Elizabeth Skinner

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Elizabeth Skinner (aka Liz Skinner) was a Women’s Australian rules football champion, playing for the Melbourne University Mugars in the Victorian Women’s Football League. Skinner started her football career with the Mugars in 1998 and won the club’s best and fairest in her first season.[1] Skinner also received the Scorpions VWFL Best New Player of the Year in 1998 and was a multiple premiership player with the Mugars (2002, 2003 and 2005).[2] Skinner represented Victoria in the AFL Women’s National Championships on three occasions (2003 – Darwin; 2004 – Melbourne; 2005
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