Fremantle have delisted Sabreena Duffy and thanked her for her contribution after four years with Fremantle after advising the forward would not be offered a contract for Season 7 of the NAB AFL Women’s Competition.

Duffy was moved from the Club’s Primary List to its Inactive List at the conclusion of the 2021 season after the forward decided to pursue a professional opportunity and focus on her wellbeing.

A promotion with her employer, the Department of Justice, meant Duffy wasn’t able to commit to the AFLW pre-season ahead of Season Six.

The sharpshooter has played an important role across her time at Fremantle, with her presence felt up forward over many years.

Duffy kicked 30 goals across 29 games at Fremantle, most notably with four-goal performances against Geelong and Brisbane in 2020.

The 22-year-old has also previously been a Rising Star nominee and was Fremantle’s leading goal scorer in 2020.

Head of Football Operations and Performance Bob Murphy thanked Duffy for her contribution.

“It’s always a difficult time of the season when we say goodbye to people who have put in a lot of hard work for the team and for the football Club,” Murphy said.

“Having watched from afar, Sabreena has been an integral part of Fremantle’s forward line over multiple years and has carved out a name as one of the most dangerous forwards in the competition.

“We wish Sabreena all the best in her career and football pursuits from this point on.”