Rowe is a star forward for Mayo in the Ladies Gaelic Football Association in Ireland and is one of the marquee players in the GAA.
Having reached the All-Ireland Final against Dublin in 2017 in front of over 46,000 screaming fans at the famous Croke Park, Rowe in 2019 will switch her attention to AFLW after signing a contract with the Collingwood FC.
Possessing elite speed and a huge appetite for the contest, Rowe will look to transfer all the skills she has learnt from playing Gaelic Football into a new and exciting challenge of playing AFLW.
- Birthdate July 25, 1995
- PositionGeneral Forward
- ClubCollingwood FC
- Draft PickRookie Selection
- Career Highlights5th in Collingwood B&F 2019
- AFLW Multicultural Player Of The Year 2019
Michael Fowler – The Age When the ball ricocheted off the post in Collingwood’s practice match against the Bulldogs, Sarah Rowe immediately pounced and booted it through the uprights for what she thought was her third goal of the afternoon. “I was like, ‘duh, every sport, when it hits the post, you play on’. Soccer,…
By Adam McNicol Gaelic star, Sarah Rowe bagged two goals for the Pies in her debut practice match, as Colliwngood narrowly went down to the reigning premiers in Ballarat over the weekend The Pies trailed the reigning premiers by just one point with two and a half minutes remaining, before a late goal to the…
(Player Voice) Sarah Rowe – Contributor I consider Collingwood to be the Dublin of Australia. When I came over, my manager here, James Vine, said: ‘You either love Collingwood or you hate them, but most people hate them’. I said, ‘Well, that’s a good sign; that means you’ve achieved a lot because people only hate people…