Final piece of the puzzle: Dees sign former Docker, four clubs complete their list

FORMER Fremantle livewire Sabreena Duffy is set to join Melbourne as an undrafted free agent.

The Demons are one of four clubs who finalised their lists on Thursday, with Collingwood, Gold Coast and Greater Western Sydney all signing undrafted free agents to fill their last list spots.

Duffy sat out the 2022 season due to a combination of work commitments and personal reasons, and also had a clean-out operation on her foot.

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She has since returned to WAFLW level with Peel Thunder, and womens.afl understands paperwork for the move was lodged with the AFL on Thursday morning, immediately after the NAB AFLW Draft the night before.

A fan favourite at the Dockers, she played 25 games from 2019-2021, kicking 30 goals in that time.

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Duffy parted ways with Fremantle a few weeks ago, and nominated for the West Australian portion of the state-based draft, but West Coast opted not to pick up the forward.

Melbourne passed on its final selection, meaning it is able to select an undrafted player from another state.

Crossing to last season's runners-up means there is little pressure on Duffy to have an immediate impact, and she can ease her way back into top-flight football.

Melbourne selected Maeve Chaplin, Samantha Johnson and Melbourne Stars cricketer Georgia Gall in the draft.

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Melbourne wasn't the only club to complete its list on Thursday, with Collingwood signing undrafted free agent Imogen Evans from Queensland and Gold Coast snapping up Ashlee Atkins.

A tough midfielder from Bond University who has also spent time captaining the Gold Coast Academy, Evans will help to cover inactive duo Brianna Davey and Britt Bonnici. 

Evans boasts a high workrate, is a relentless tackler and uses the ball well. 

She joins Olivia Barber, Charlotte Blair, Lauren Brazzale, Sarah Sansonetti, Emily Smith and Charlotte Taylor in joining the Magpies for season seven. 

Gold Coast has regained some experience in attack, signing Ashlee Atkins via undrafted free agency. 

Atkins has kicked nine goals in her 36 games across both Fremantle and West Coast and is also a three-time premiership player for East Fremantle in the WAFLW. 

She joins Courtney Jones, Tahlia Meyer, Gabrielle Biedenweg-Webster, Georgia Clayden, Alana Gee, Claire Ranson, Krystal Scott and Jasmyn Smith heading to the Suns for AFLW season seven. 

Saint Catherine Phillips chases Eagle Ashlee Atkins during round nine, 2021. Picture: AFL Photos

Greater Western Sydney has also added the final piece of its season seven puzzle with Zara Hamilton to wear the orange and charcoal. 

Added as an undrafted free agent, Hamilton was part of the GWS Academy and is based in NSW but nominated the Victorian pool in last night's draft. After not being picked up by a Victoria side, this opened the door for the Giants to lock her in. 

Standing at 174cm tall, Hamilton is a versatile midfielder who has impressive endurance and positions herself well to win the ball. 

She lands at the Giants alongside Isabel Huntington, Zali Goldsworthy, Fleur Davies, Meghan Gaffney, Madison Brazendale, Cambridge McCormick and Tess Cattle in recent weeks. 

Murray Bushranger Zara Hamilton takes another kick against Northern Territory. Picture: Morgan Hancock/AFL Photos