Meath All-Ireland SFC winner Vikki Wall wouldn't rule out a move to the Australian women's football league in the future.
The Dunboyne star collected back-to-back PwC GPA Women’s Player of the Month Awards after her heroic displays helped the Royals to a first ever Brendan Martin Cup title with a sensational victory over five-in-a-row chasing Dublin in the final.
Wall told RTÉ Sport that she is currently focused on her gaelic football career and college commitments, but when asked if she would ever join the growing list of ladies football stars who have ventured to the AFLW, she said: "It’s definitely something I have an interest in but I’m in Ireland for the while anyway."
The 23-year-old added: "I did the [AFLW] combine in 2019. I went over for just four days. I've had a few conversations over the last year or so, but it's still up in the air.
"It's an interesting one to watch, and see the girls doing so well over there.
"It's something I wouldn't rule out in the future, but at the moment I'm happy, I'm going back to do my masters in DCU, starting this week. I'll be here for this year, and committing to Meath this year, and really hoping to do well again next year."Tweet