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Ebony Antonio, model for the younger generation

Mar 22, 2018

During the day Ebony Antonio is an electrical apprentice with Programmed Electrical Technologies, but in the evenings and on weekends she’s a rising star for the Fremantle Dockers’ AFL Women’s team.

This year she was nominated in the AFLW Players MVP Awards, and she’s been named in the 2018 AFLW All Australian Squad. She’s also been named as Fremantle’s Fairest and Best.

As a woman in the trades industry, and also as a player for the Dockers, Ebony represents change in society. Her determination to live her dreams is paving the way for future generations of young women and girls to do the same.

We think Ebony’s an impressive woman, who takes her role inspiring change seriously. She’s not just breaking barriers, she’s smashing straight through them.

Don’t just take our word for it, see for yourself.

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