NOWRA'S Maddy Collier will start her career as a West Coast Eagle on the road, when her side travels to Victoria Park to face Collingwood on February 9.
The Nowra High School alumna, who made 15 appearances for the GWS Giants during her three seasons at the club, decided to move interstate in April, after penning a two-year deal with the Eagles.
The AFL South Coast product will play her first AFLW home game in the royal blue and gold on February 15, when they host Fremantle in a local derby at Optus Stadium.
This will be followed by a return to Blacktown International Sportspark on February 23 to face her former side GWS - a team she created history with in 2016 after being unveiled as the first NSW/ACT player to sign for their women's team.
Collier, who played for Essendon during the recent VFL season, and side will then face the Western Bulldogs at Leederville Oval (February 29), Melbourne at Casey Fields (March 8), Gold Coast at Mineral Resources Park (March 15), Carlton at Ikon Park (March 21) and finally St Kilda at Mineral Resources Park (March 29) - in their final regular season match.
"We have a brand new team of 30 players, many who have never played together, so games in New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia are exciting steps in the squad understanding what it takes to excel in a national competition," Eagles general manager of community and game development Richard O'Connell said to the AFL.
"The majority of our players balance football with full time employment, so we are appreciative that most of our interstate games are on a Sunday, thus avoiding the need to take time off work as we fly out the day before games and back immediately after the final siren sounds.
"All games will present challenges with every team working incredibly hard to achieve success.
"I'm certain our players are appreciative of the opportunity to pull on the Eagles jumper as we enter this exciting competition."
The AFLW semi-finals will start on April 4, before the grand final on the weekend of April 18/19.