Courtney Hodder, Dakota Davidson, Isabelle Dawes and Nat Grider have all been named in this year's AFLPA’s 22Under22 squad.

The players are selected by the AFL Players Association based on match statistics from Champion Data.

The Lions young guns’ contribution in the march to a preliminary final has been recognised, with the four players selected in the AFL Players Association’s AFLW 22Under22 squad.

It's the first time Hodder, Grider, Dawes and Davidson have appeared in the squad after an incredible, breakout season for all players.

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Courtney Hodder receives a free and kicks a banana from the pocket to seal the first of the game

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Now it is over to the fans to determine the final side with voting open on between April 7 and 14.

The initial All-Star squad of 40 will be trimmed to 22 on April 20 when the remaining players will be announced and receive their 2021 22Under22 guernseys.

Grider, Dawes and Hodder all received Rising Star nominations this season as the Lions put together a 7-2 season on their way to Saturday’s preliminary final against Collingwood at the Gabba.

Davidson has had a superb second AFLW season, leading the competition’s goals for the first half of the season and finishing the regular season with 13 goals in total. 

Vote now on the 2021 AFLW 22under22 team!

Full 22under22 squad

Natalie Grider, Brisbane
Jordyn Allen, Collingwood
Lauren Butler, Collingwood
Emma O'Driscoll, Fremantle 
Denby Taylor, Geelong Cats
Rebecca Webster, Geelong Cats
Maddison Levi, Gold Coast Suns
Georgia Garnett, GWS Giants
Tahlia Randall, North Melbourne
Claudia Whitfort, St Kilda 
Eleanor Brown, Western Bulldogs 

Isabel Dawes, Brisbane 
Courtney Hodder, Brisbane 
Grace Egan, Carlton
Georgia Gee, Carlton
Madison Prespakis, Carlton
Lucy McEvoy, Carlton
Abbie McKay, Carlton 
Mikala Cann, Collingwood
Olivia Purcell, Geelong
Alyce Parker, GWS Giants 
Monique Conti, Richmond 
Ellie McKenzie, Richmond
Georgia Patrikios, St Kilda
Tyanna Smith, St Kilda
Tarni White, St Kilda
Mikayla Bowen, West Coast Eagles

Lauren Bella, Gold Coast Suns 
Eden Zanker, Melbourne 

Danielle Ponter, Adelaide
Chloe Scheer, Adelaide
Dakota Davidson, Brisbane
Chloe Molloy, Collingwood
Sabreena Duffy, Fremantle
Tyla Hanks, Melbourne 
Daisy Bateman, North Melbourne 
Isabella Lewis, West Coast Eagles
Jess Fitzgerald, Western Bulldogs
Isabel Huntington, Western Bulldogs
Katie Lynch, Western Bulldogs