Rheanne Lugg has called time on her AFLW career after four years in the league.

Lugg joined the Lions from Adelaide as a delisted free agent at the beginning of the 2020 season and played every game in her first year at the Club, finishing 6th in the Best and Fairest. 

The 31-year-old hails from Western Australia and started her career with Swan Districts in the West Australian Women's Football League where she played over 125 games.

She represented Western Australia four times and played in the Women’s Exhibition matches before the AFLW’s inception.

Brisbane Lions Head of Women’s Football, Bree Brock, said Lugg was a fantastic person and that she’d been a great teammate in her two years at the Club.

“Rhe is such a high-quality person who has been a great teammate and friend in her two years at the Club.  

“She was part of the Premiership winning squad and was a tremendous support to her teammates.

“And whilst she didn’t get to run out on Grand Final day, the work she did behind the scenes, quietly giving advice, always a smile on her face and a team first attitude was a huge contributing factor to us coming away with the win this year. She’ll certainly be missed.

“We congratulate Rhe on a great career, wish her all the best for her future and can’t wait to see what’s next.”