KEY FORWARD Sabrina Frederick is now a Pie, with the versatile Maddie Shevlin heading to Richmond in return.
The deal is the first of the AFLW Sign and Trade Period, which kicked off at 12pm AEST on Monday and will run through till 2pm, Wednesday, June 9.
INDICATIVE DRAFT ORDER Your club's picks as they stand
Picks also changed hands as part of the deal, with Collingwood sending its first-rounder (No.16) and third-rounder (No.48) to Richmond, and receiving the Tigers' second-round priority pick (No.26) and a fourth-rounder (currently No.55) in return.
Frederick, 24, will be lining up at her third club after playing 23 games at Brisbane as a marquee player, before adding another 15 over the past two years at the Tigers.
She may turn out to be the missing piece of the puzzle for the Pies, who in the latter portion of the season continually pushed key defender Ash Brazill forward as they searched for an additional tall target next to Chloe Molloy and Sophie Alexander.
The 23-year-old Shevlin will also be at her third club, having been a rookie at Melbourne before making her debut with the Pies, playing 13 games between 2019 and 2021.
Shevlin (174cm) could add some height on the wing for Richmond, who usually run with the shorter Hannah Burchell and Kate Dempsey, and can also play up forward or in defence.
Collingwood is at some point also set to land delisted Blue Alison Downie as ruck cover, following the retirement of Sharni Norder.