PLAYING HISTORY & ACHIEVEMENTS
Etched in sporting history by kicking the first ever AFLW goal
Collingwood FC AFLW 2017 & 2018
Represented Victoria in the under 18s and senior teams
All Australian (2010, 2012, 2013)
Leading goal kicker in the 2013 National State Carnival
Represented Melbourne FC in the first exhibition match 2013
St Albans Spurs Women’s football club 2010-2012
>St Kilda Sharks Women’s Football Club 2013- present<
NAME: JASMINE GARNER
NICKNAME: Jassy, Jas
BORN: Mount Gambier, SA
CLUB: Collingwood/ St Kilda Sharks
POSITION: Centre Half Forward
EDUCATION: Sports Education Development Victoria (SEDA)
OCCUPATION: AFL Victoria School Education Program
WHAT THEY ARE SAYING...
"Jas is a player that has the most upside of any player in the draft. She is highly talented and arguably has the best set of hands in the women's VFL competition. Collingwood fans should be excited to see her in action in 2017.”
- Wayne Siekman, Collingwood FC Women’s Head Coach
Jasmine has been playing football for over 15 years, after starting at Yarraville FC at the tender age of 7, where she was the only girl playing amongst all boys. Since then she has represented Victoria, Melbourne, St Kilda Sharks and will continue to play for Collingwood for the 2018 season.
Outside of playing football Jasmine enjoys camping, motorbike riding and has recently embarked on a new career as a landscape gardener.
Jasmine has achieved a remarkable amount as a footballer, at the age of 16 she gained the All Australian selection, she has also represented Melbourne in the first ever AFL women’s match and has been named St Kilda Sharks best and fairest winner.
Jasmine's experience and passion sees her well placed to continually grow and make a big impact as a key forward for Collingwood FC and her best years are still ahead.
Jasmine made history at the opening game of the AFLW by kicking the first ever goal in the competition against Carlton.