Daisy Pearce Bio, Age, Height, Net Worth, Husband, Children, Career, Family

Former Australian rules footballer, was born on May 27th, 1988 in Bright, Victoria in Australia.

Daisy Pearce Biography

Brett Ratten, a former captain and premiership player for Carlton, was one of Pearce's favorite players when she was a young fan of the team.

She participated in the Vickick program, which subsequently changed its name to Auskick, and as a young girl, she played junior football with guys.

She was able to start practicing with the under-13 boys squad at the age of eight since her father was a coach at the Bright Football Club. She played with her brother Harry and future Collingwood premiership defender Ben Reid.

Pearce required permission from the neighborhood league to continue playing with males when she was a teen, but she was denied, which contributed to her choice to relocate to Eltham.

She participated in volleyball, tennis, and netball while in high school, making the national young squad for the latter sport before returning to football later on.

Daisy Pearce Nationality

Pearce was born in Bright, Victoria in Australia. She is an Australian.

Daisy Pearce Age

Pearce was born on May 27th, 1988, hence she is currently 34 years of age.

Daisy Pearce Height and Weight

Pearce stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs 60kg.

Daisy Pearce Education

Pearce attended Eltham High School. She also studied a Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery at La Trobe University, graduating in 2010 and receiving a Distinguished Alumni award in 2019.


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Daisy Pearce Career

With the Darebin Falcons of the Victorian Women's Football League (VWFL), Pearce started her state league career in 2005. She captained the team from 2008 to 2016 and participated in almost 200 games before her final game in 2017.

She has won five Darebin best and fairest awards and seven league best and fairest awards in the VWFL and VFL Women's (VFLW) tournaments. She has played in 10 Premierships, seven of them as captain.

She was selected by Melbourne with the first pick in the first national women's draft in 2013 for the first women's exhibition game. She represented Victoria at both the under-19 and senior levels.

Prior to the 2017 season of the AFL Women's, Pearce was a high-profile acquisition for Melbourne.

Pearce is a three-time AFL Women's All-Australian at the AFLW level. She was selected captain in the 2017 squad and vice-captain in the 2018 team. In season seven, she led Melbourne to its first AFL Women's championship.

She has won the Melbourne Best and Fairest award three times and the AFLPA AFLW Best Captain award four times. In 2023, Pearce started her coaching career with the AFL side of Geelong as a development coach.

Pearce established herself as a well-known media figure outside of her playing career on radio and television.

She served as a rotating panelist on the Seven Network program AFL Game Day from 2016 until the program's termination in 2020 and aired her own podcast on SEN, This Is Grit, in 2019.

She is a knowledgeable commentator for the Seven Network and 1116 SEN's coverage of the Australian Football League. In part in recognition of Pearce, the VFL Women's Best and Fairest Award, which she won as its first recipient in 2016, was renamed the Lambert-Pearce Medal in 2018.

Daisy Pearce Husband

Pearce is married to Ben O'Neil.

Daisy Pearce Children

Pearce has twins; Roy and Sylvie.

Daisy Pearce Net Worth

Pearce has a net worth estimated to be about $5 million.

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