One of the AFL’s elite midfielders, Higgins has won a North Melbourne best and fairest and is an All-Australian.
A dynamic player that possesses great speed and skill, Higgins spent his first nine seasons with the Western Bulldogs before crossing to the Kangaroos as a Free Agent at the end of the 2014 season.
An All-Australian and best and fairest winner, Goldstein is regarded as one of the best ruckmen in the AFL. Using his endurance as his main weapon, the 201cm athlete grew up playing basketball, but turned down offers to join US college programs in order to pursue a career in the AFL.
For 21 remarkable seasons Brent ‘Boomer’ Harvey was regarded a genuine superstar of the AFL and broke the all-time games record. One of the most skilful, meticulous and professional athletes to have played, Brent’s focus on preparation, training, supplementation and recovery enabled him to maintain a standard of excellence for more than two decades.
A living legend, Harvey is one of the key drivers behind the formation and creation of SPARK IGNITE & RECHARGE.
His playing honours include: All-time AFL games record holder (432) 1999 AFL Premiership Player 2005, 2007, 2008 All-Australian 1999 EJ Whitten Medalist 2003, ‘05, ‘07, ‘08, ‘10 North Melbourne Best & Fairest winner (club record) 2007 Brownlow Medal Runner Up North Melbourne Team of the Century North Melbourne Games Record Holder 2005-2015 Shinboner of the Decade 2014 Top 5 North Melbourne Best & Fairest 2015 Top 5 North Melbourne Best & Fairest 2016 Top 5 North Melbourne Best & Fairest
With speed to burn, Ashmore is one of the AFLW’s most exciting players.
A former track and field star, she won the Pierre de Coubertin award from the Victorian Olympic Council as the most outstanding athlete.
She competed in the first AFL-sanctioned women’s exhibition match with Melbourne against the Western Bulldogs.
In her first two seasons with Brisbane in the AFLW she featured in two Grand Finals and crossed to North Melbourne for the 2019 season, chasing that elusive premiership.