The GIANTS are deeply saddened by the passing of AFLW player Jacinda Barclay.
Jacinda played 23 games for the GIANTS across four seasons after being drafted from the UNSW-ES Bulldogs with pick 65 in the inaugural 2016 AFLW Draft.
GIANTS Chief Executive David Matthews said: “Jacinda was a much-loved member of the GIANTS family and we are all devastated by her passing,” said Mr Matthews.
“Jacinda gave up a great deal to follow her sporting dreams around the world and we are grateful that she called our club home for four years.
“As an inaugural GIANTS AFLW player, Jacinda was a vital part of our club. More than that though, Jacinda’s spirit and infectious personality made her a popular and unforgettable member of the GIANTS family. She will always be a part of our club.
“Our thoughts and condolences are with Jacinda’s family and friends during this extremely tough time.”
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