Two Fremantle players have been named in the AFLPA's 22Under22 team, which was announced on Monday morning.

20-year-old Sabreena Duffy, who led the AFLW for 12 goals kicked in the year, was deservedly named at half forward.

New draftee Roxy Roux was also named at full forward after the 18-year-old impressed both as a high-flying forward and ruck.

After missing the entire 2019 season with a lisfranc injury in her foot, Collingwood’s Chloe Molloy returned to her best in 2020 and was voted as captain of the side.

The 21-year-old said she was honoured to be selected as the concept’s first AFLW skipper.

“Thank you to the fans who voted and selected me as the captain of the inaugural 22Under22 side, I am very grateful to be recognised,” she told

“The squad is a reflection of where the game is heading and it’s exciting to think what these 22 players will be capable of in the coming AFLW seasons.

“Congratulations to those who have made the final team. If only we could combine for a game!”

After the release of the 31-player squad, almost 1,800 team entries were created by fans across the country.

This is the first year the 22Under22 concept has been extended to the women’s competition, since its inception in the male competition in 2013.

The AFL Players’ Association’s 22Under22 is the only recognised AFL award voted by the fans.