After six seasons in the W-League, former Adelaide United forward Marijana Rajčić made her debut for the Adelaide Crows.
The 29-year-old took to the field last weekend against the Western Bulldogs.
It was an unbelievable experience for the dual code star who made two blistering tackles, which proved to be crucial in the Crows win.
Rajčić was the 32nd pick and number four for the Crows in the 2017 AFLW Draft.
She joins Western Sydney Wanderers defender Ellie Brush, Adelaide United defender Jenna McCormick and former Melbourne City goalkeeper now Carlton captain Brianna Davey in the AFLW.
Despite never playing AFL, Rajčić quickly picked it up after training with the Crows last season and went on to win the premiership with Norwood in the inaugural SANFL Women's competition alongside Crows teammate Ruth Wallace.
Rajčić made the switch to AFL following the 2016/17 W-League season.
After playing football at the highest level for the past seven years, a change was on the horizon.
"I've always wanted to play soccer but the season just wasn't what I wanted," she said
Like most W-League players before the Collective Barging Agreement (CBA) came into effect, they were on minimum to no pay.