After media speculation that the dual Premiership winner was headed to Western Australia to join the West Coast Eagles, she surprised her teammates by announcing her commitment to Adelaide. 

The 27-year-old told everyone at the Crows’ Club Champion dinner on Friday night that it was the connection to her teammates that made her stay on.

“I love these girls, and that’s the reason I will be signing for another season,” Randall said.

“I honestly am so loyal to these guys, I love this Club and I love what they have done for me. It’s an incredible environment to be involved in, it’s very special and I am lucky.

“I’m looking forward to continuing to work really hard in the off-season and getting stuck into 2020.”

Revered by her peers, she has been voted AFLPA Most Courageous Player for three consecutive years and took out Adelaide’s Player’s Player Award in both 2017 and 2018.