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The AFL Womens All-Star Match Was A Damn Blessing And People Reacted Accordingly

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Darrian Traynor / AFL Media

Darrian Traynor / AFL Media

Mo' women's footy. Mo Hope.

On Saturday night, the AFL post season bye blessed us with the 2016 AFL Women's All Stars match between the Western Bulldogs and Melbourne.

I cannot remember a more joy-filled night of football — as the AFL community came together to share what the landmark match meant to them.

AFL Womens' football true believers revelled in the occasion. 

Casual observers could see promise in the product before the quarter time siren.

The high-level of skill and intensity received due praise.

Meanwhile at the game

AFL players past and present were in awe just like the rest of us.

People went in on the naysayers.

While others stewed over the fact that not all AFL clubs are in on the Womens League action at this stage.

Then Western Bulldogs VP Susan Alberti came onto our screens and things got emotional.

We all bow down.

The remainder of the night was pure joy.

PURE

DAMN

JOY

Let the bragging rights begin.

Until 2017...

Over to you, Gill.

AFL Media.

AFL Media.

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