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Fremantle AFLW best and fairest Kiara Bowers’ tribute to Nat Fyfe Brownlow photo

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Fremantle champion Kiara Bowers has kept up the club’s best-and-fairest tradition with a cheeky ‘morning after’ tribute to club great Nat Fyfe.

Announced at coinciding ceremonies in Perth and Melbourne on Tuesday night, Bowers won the AFLW’s top individual award in a tie with Collingwood co-captain Brianna Davey.

The 29-year-old Bowers well and truly deserved the gong for her on-field exploits but declared her partner Adele and their young son Nate earned their own share for their support off the field.

Asked how she manages full-time carpentry work with football, Bowers said: “My incredible partner Adele.”

“I’m leaving home at five, 5.30 in the morning and not getting home till nine, 9.30 at night. And someone’s got to…



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