Adelaide Crows midfielder Ebony Marinoff has signed a new two-year deal with the Crows, tying the 24-year old to the club until the end of the 2024 season. 

The triple-premiership star has become one of the best players in the competition since being taken with the first pick in the 2016 AFLW Draft by the Crows, and is excited to extend her tenure at West Lakes. 

"It’s so exciting to be able to be part of this great Club for another two years," Marinoff said.

"The Crows have always invested in women’s footy and have done everything they can to create an environment where we, as players, can thrive.

"I’ve loved every minute of my time here since I walked through the doors at the age of 17 and I really believe we are primed to have more success."

The Rising Star winner was approached previously by St Kilda in an attempt to land the talented midfielder, and has resisted heading over to newly introduced rival Port Adelaide, with former temmate Erin Phillips jumping ship, and Marinoff's father being a big Power fan.

Marinoff has built quite the resume since entering the AFLW competition, winning three premierships with the Crows in 2017, 2019 and 2022, claiming four All-Australian blazers in the process as well as a club best and fairest. 

The 24-year old has not missed a game since debuting in the inaugural 2017 season and is the equal games record holder in the AFLW with 53 games alongside Brisbane’s Ally Anderson and Emily Bates

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Adelaide Crows Head of Women’s Football Phil Harper applauded Marinoff's high level of excellence and consistency throughout her AFLW career so far. 

"Ebony is such a consistent performer and she is always working hard with a desire to continually improve," Harper said.

"She joined our leadership group this past season, leading by example on the field, at training and by taking players under her wing to help them get better.

"We are so pleased that she will continue to contribute in all those areas for at least another two years."