Head of AFLW Juliet Haslam will step down from the role due to personal reasons.

IT'S with a heavy heart that I’ve made the tough decision to prioritise my health and life balance and step down from my role as Head of AFLW at the Port Adelaide Football Club.

This job, which I love, has been all consuming and I’m proud to have been a part of building and developing our program from the ground up.

One of the key factors that has weighed on me during my time at the club, have been health issues that have been persisting and unfortunately have an unknown timeline. It’s important that I focus on these now.

It has been an honour to have been a part of the AFLW journey at our Club so far, and I feel very proud that the foundations have been firmly set in place to achieve sustained success, as expected by our passionate Port Adelaide community.

We are adding some incredibly exciting talent to our squad for the 2024 season and I feel confident that on field success is not far away.

Thank you to our dedicated team, we’ve achieved a lot in a short amount of time. We have wonderful people within our W program and across the Club. I will miss our players, staff, supporters and all those at the Club very much.

My dedication and support of the Port Adelaide Football Club is part of my DNA and will be there forever.

I wish our AFLW program and the Club, the very best of success.