Imagine one of Gaelic football’s all-time greats, two Footballers of the Year, including a current one, and five other All-Star winners, who moved to Australia to play a hybrid game. Try it. It will cause a quiet ruckus.

That’s exactly what happened in women’s Gaelic football, as 22 Irish women signed semi-professional contracts to play for 12 of the 18 clubs in the expanded Women’s Australian Football League (AFLW), which started Thursday.

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