What picks does your club have? Indicative Draft Order revealed

SYDNEY will have the prized first selection in the 2022 NAB AFLW Draft, with Hawthorn to have the initial selection in the Victorian portion of the state-based draft.

As the AFLW competition is part-time, players nominate which state they wish to be drafted in, limiting clubs to drafting within their own state.

Fellow expansion clubs Port Adelaide and Essendon round out the top four, with the quartet then picking again.

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The first non-expansion selection is West Coast with pick No.14, and the Eagles have received back-to-back picks after finishing last with just one win this year.

The first round will run to a massive 36 selections, with Adelaide, Brisbane and Melbourne forfeiting their first-rounder after not losing the requisite points value to expansion clubs.

Collingwood, Geelong, GWS, Richmond and the Western Bulldogs do not have a second-round selection.

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Hawthorn has received seven first-round selections, followed by Sydney with six, Port Adelaide with five and Essendon with four.

Picks 1-13 cannot be traded.

St Kilda has also received an additional first-round selection (forfeiting its third-rounder in the process), having won five games in the past two years.

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Gold Coast was one of a number of clubs to have applied for special assistance, but has finished up with an end-of-second-round selection.

Finalists Fremantle and North Melbourne do not have a third-round selection.

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The final draft order will be determined after the Sign and Trade Period – which opens on Tuesday at 2pm – closes next Wednesday.

The draft will take place on Wednesday, June 29.

2022 NAB AFL Women's Draft Order as at Tuesday, May 31

ROUND ONE

1 Sydney
2 Hawthorn
3 Port Adelaide
4 Essendon
5 Sydney
6 Hawthorn
7 Port Adelaide
8 Essendon
9 Hawthorn
10 Hawthorn
11 Sydney
12 Sydney
13 Sydney
14 West Coast
15 West Coast
16 St Kilda
17 Geelong
18 Richmond
19 Gold Coast
20 GWS
21 Carlton
22 Hawthorn
23 Port Adelaide
24 Western Bulldogs
25 Collingwood
26 North Melbourne
27 Fremantle
28 St Kilda
29 Sydney
30 Hawthorn
31 Port Adelaide
32 Essendon
33 Hawthorn
34 Port Adelaide
35 Essendon
36 West Coast

ROUND TWO

37 St Kilda
38 Carlton
39 North Melbourne
40 Fremantle
41 Brisbane
42 Melbourne
43 Adelaide
44 Sydney
45 Hawthorn
46 Port Adelaide
47 Essendon
48 West Coast
49 Gold Coast

ROUND THREE

50 West Coast
51 Geelong
52 Richmond
53 Gold Coast
54 GWS
55 Carlton
56 Western Bulldogs
57 Collingwood
58 Brisbane
59 Melbourne
60 Adelaide
61 Sydney
62 Hawthorn
63 Port Adelaide
64 Essendon

ROUND FOUR

65 West Coast
66 St Kilda
67 Geelong
68 Richmond
69 Gold Coast
70 GWS
71 Carlton
72 Western Bulldogs
73 Collingwood
74 North Melbourne
75 Fremantle
76 Brisbane
77 Melbourne
78 Adelaide
79 Sydney
80 Hawthorn
81 Port Adelaide
82 Essendon

Your club's picks

Adelaide: 43, 60, 78
Brisbane: 41, 58, 76
Carlton: 21, 38, 55, 71
Collingwood: 25, 57, 73
Essendon: 4, 8, 32, 35, 47, 64, 82
Fremantle: 27, 40, 75
Geelong: 17, 51, 67
Gold Coast: 19, 49, 53, 69
GWS: 20, 54, 70
Hawthorn: 2, 6, 9, 10, 22, 30, 33, 45, 62, 80
Melbourne: 42, 59, 77
North Melbourne: 26, 39, 74
Port Adelaide: 3, 7, 23, 31, 34, 46, 63, 81
Richmond: 18, 52, 68
St Kilda: 16, 28, 37, 66
Sydney: 1, 5, 11, 12, 13, 29, 44, 61, 79
West Coast: 14, 15, 36, 48, 50, 65
Western Bulldogs: 24, 56, 72

State-based drafts

New South Wales

1. (1 overall) Sydney – cannot be traded
2. (5) Sydney – cannot be traded
3. (11) Sydney – cannot be traded
4. (12) Sydney – cannot be traded
5. (13) Sydney – cannot be traded
6. (20) GWS
7. (29) Sydney
8. (44) Sydney
9. (54) GWS
10. (61) Sydney
11. (70) GWS
12. (79) Sydney

Queensland 

1. (19 overall) Gold Coast
2. (41) Brisbane
3. (49) Gold Coast
4. (53) Gold Coast
5. (58) Brisbane
6. (69) Gold Coast
7. (76) Brisbane

South Australia

1. (3 overall) Port Adelaide – cannot be traded
2. (7) Port Adelaide – cannot be traded
3. (23) Port Adelaide 
4. (31) Port Adelaide
5. (34) Port Adelaide
6. (43) Adelaide
7. (46) Port Adelaide
8. (60) Adelaide
9. (63) Port Adelaide
10. (78) Adelaide
11. (81) Port Adelaide

Victoria

1. (2 overall) Hawthorn – cannot be traded
2. (4) Essendon – cannot be traded
3. (6) Hawthorn – cannot be traded
4. (8) Essendon – cannot be traded
5. (9) Hawthorn – cannot be traded
6. (10) Hawthorn – cannot be traded
7. (16) St Kilda
8. (17) Geelong
9. (18) Richmond
10. (21) Carlton
11. (22) Hawthorn
12. (24) Western Bulldogs
13. (25) Collingwood
14. (26) North Melbourne
15. (28) St Kilda
16. (30) Hawthorn
17. (32) Essendon
18. (33) Hawthorn
19. (39) Essendon
20. (37) St Kilda
21. (38) Carlton
22. (39) North Melbourne
23. (42) Melbourne
24. (45) Hawthorn
25. (47) Essendon
26. (51) Geelong
27. (52) Richmond
28. (55) Carlton
29. (56) Western Bulldogs
30. (57) Collingwood
31. (59) Melbourne
32. (62) Hawthorn
33. (64) Essendon
34. (66) St Kilda
35. (67) Geelong
36. (68) Richmond
37. (71) Carlton
38. (72) Western Bulldogs
39. (73) Collingwood
40. (74) North Melbourne
41. (77) Melbourne
42. (80) Hawthorn
43. (82) Essendon

Western Australia

1. (14 overall) West Coast
2. (15) West Coast
3. (27) Fremantle
4. (36) West Coast
5. (40) Fremantle
6. (48) West Coast
7. (50) West Coast
8. (65) West Coast
9. (75) Fremantle