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WAFLW: Lou Knitter medallist Jasmin Stewart keeps door ajar for AFLW return after inspiring grand final outing

Claremont premiership star Jasmin Stewart hasn’t shut the door on an AFLW return next year after a commanding best-on-ground performance in the Tigers’ grand final triumph over East Fremantle.

The former Docker was awarded the Lou Knitter medal for a game-high 29 disposals, including 16 kicks, 13 handballs, eight tackles and three inside 50s.

Going head-to-head with Dhara Kerr Medallist Sharon Wong, Stewart gave the Tigers much-needed inside grunt in the absence of West Coast pre-draft signings Ella Smith and Sasha Goranova.

But despite deciding to step away from Fremantle and the AFLW at the end of last season, Stewart has left the door ajar for a top-tier return.

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