Port Adelaide will not be offering AFLW players Britt Perry and Tessa Doumanis contracts for next season.

Perry, a small forward, played six games for the Power and another 18 for Gold Coast, where she kicked their first-ever AFLW goal.

Doumanis, also a forward, only managed two senior games following a three-year stint in the WAFL playing for Claremont.

List manager, Naomi Maidment, thanked Perry and Doumanis for their contributions.

“These are never easy decisions to make, especially as Britt and Tessa are great people and talented footballers,” Maidment told club media.

“We are grateful to have had them at Port Adelaide and they will always hold a special place at the club as members of our inaugural list.

“We wish them all the best for the next chapter.”

The list calls come after the Power signed Adelaide star Ash Woodland in the priority signing period (PSP).

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 17: Ashleigh Woodland of the Crows is tackled by Orla O'Dwyer of the Lions during the 2021 AFLW Grand Final match between the Adelaide Crows and the Brisbane Lions at Adelaide Oval on April 17, 2021 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Woodland was instrumental in securing Adelaide's Season Six premiership, subsequently claiming the league's leading goalkicker and being named an All-Australian for the first time.

"Ash is a dominant forward and joins us from a successful, well-established program, so we know her experiences and skills will add huge value to our footy club," Maidment said.

Players must have been on an AFLW list for at least three seasons to be eligible for the PSP, which ends on March 8.