The Port Adelaide Football Club is delighted to announce it has re-signed AFLW quartet Justine Mules-Robinson, Amelie Borg, Julia Teakle and Georgie Jaques until the end of the 2025 season.

Part of the club’s leadership group in its first two AFLW seasons, Mules-Robinson’s competitiveness, energy and maturity have made her a valued individual on and off the field.

A three-time premiership player with the Adelaide Crows, the recently married skilful forward will be the club’s more experienced player in 2024 with 68 AFLW games to her name so far.

Justine Mules-Robinson provides valuable leadership and experience to Port Adelaide's young side. Image: AFL Photos.

Borg has become one of the most consistent performers in Port Adelaide’s backline despite her tender age and relative inexperience.

The 19-year-old North Adelaide product led the club for intercept possessions and spoils in 2023, while often being tasked with marking some of the strongest forwards in the competition.

Amelie Borg has developed into a key part of Port Adelaide's backline. Image: AFL Photos.

Originally from Western Australia, Teakle enjoyed a breakout AFLW campaign in 2023, despite a foot injury limiting her to six games in which she booted five goals and recorded 17 tackles.

One of the side’s emerging leaders, the 20-year-old’s rapid improvement saw her take home the Coaches’ Award at the club’s 2023 Best and Fairest.

Despite injury hampering her 2023, Julia Teakle enjoyed a breakout year and carved out her spot in Port Adelaide's forward line. Image: AFL Photos.

Jaques is currently recovering from an ACL injury she suffered towards the back end of last season and is yet to make her AFLW debut.

Picked up with the club’s final AFLW Supplementary Draft pick, the young ruck can also play in the backline, having impressed with SANFLW club Norwood.

Georgie Jaques will be working toward her AFLW debut in 2024. Image: Brooke Bowering.

The 20-year-old is the daughter of Danny Jaques, who won a SANFL premiership with Port Adelaide in 1998.

List Manager Naomi Maidment was thrilled to secure the talented group for the next two seasons.

“Justine is a brilliant character to have around the club. Her energy is infectious, and her professionalism has made her a fantastic role model for our young list,” Maidment said.

“Amelie and Julia really came into their own last season, and we know they can get to another level with another pre-season under their belt.

“Georgie has shown significant development since we drafted her but unfortunately that was impacted by her knee injury. She is working hard on her rehabilitation, and we are looking forward to getting her back on the park as soon as possible.”

Mules-Robinson, Borg, Teakle and Jaques join teammates Ashleigh Saint and Matilda Scholz in recommitting to the club in recent weeks.