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Adelaide Crows’ AFLW team retains its big three after Chelsea Randall recommits

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ADELAIDE’S AFLW team has retained its big three, with All-Australian captain Chelsea Randall re-signing with the club.

The brilliant utility — voted the competition's most courageous player for the second consecutive year — joins fellow stars Erin Phillips and Ebony Marinoff in committing to the Crows for next season, which will be the first under new coach Matthew Clarke.

Randall and Phillips have been co-captains of Adelaide, which won the inaugural AFLW premiership in 2017.

“I love being part of this club and I’m really proud of what our team has achieved on and off the field in the past two years,” Randall, 26, said.

“It’s been such an honour to lead this group of women alongside Erin. We’ve developed an incredibly strong bond and I can’t wait to see what we can achieve next season.”

Randall is among nine players to re-sign with the Crows this week.

The others are dual-sport athlete Jenna McCormick, midfielder Justine Mules, ruck Rhiannon Metcalfe, defenders Dayna Cox, Marijana Rajcic and Stevie-Lee Thompson and Northern Territory-based Angela Foley and Jasmyn Hewett.

Inaugural AFLW best and fairest Phillips put pen to paper in April before flying to the US to link up with WNBA club Dallas Wings, where she is an assistant coach.

Powerhouse midfielder Marinoff inked a new deal before the official sign and trade period after she received an offer from an expansion club.

Crows general manager of football administration Phil Harper said he was delighted the club had managed to retain its stars.

“We’re thrilled to see our top talent eager to recommit and build on what we have achieved in the first two seasons,” he said.

The AFLW sign and trade period runs until Monday with clubs able to sign up to 23 players by the deadline.

Under AFLW rules, clubs can only contract players on a season-by-season basis.

Next year’s competition will be expanded to 10 teams with the inclusion of North Melbourne and Geelong.

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