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Debbie Lee becomes first woman to join Australian Football Hall of Fame, Chris Judd and Nathan Burke also inducted

Debbie Lee has created history by becoming the first woman inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame.

Lee was joined by Chris Judd, Nathan Burke and Rob Wiley as the 2021 inductees, while Jack Oatey and Merv McIntosh were elevated to Legend status.

Lee was recognised for her years of service to football as a player and administrator, predominantly in the VFLW competition, where she played more than 300 matches and was a five-time league best-and-fairest winner.

She is now the general manager of women’s football with the Western Bulldogs.

Lee paid tribute to her parents for the support they had provided her during her career.

“They did everything they could have…

Read more at www.abc.net.au

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