2019 Bond University Under 18 AFL Women’s Queensland State Academy Round 2 Team announced

AFL Queensland is pleased to announce the team for Round 2 of the 2019 Bond University Under 18 AFL Women’s National Championships.

AFL Queensland will host the second round of the national championships on the Gold Coast, with players from Victoria, Western Australia, New South Wales, Tasmania, South Australia and the Northern Territory travelling to compete in matches at Metricon Stadium, Southport and Bond University.

Queensland’s team of 24 will come up against Victoria Country, Victoria Metro and the Eastern Allies over the five day round.

Daisy D’Arcy, Allanah Phineasa, Zimmorlei Farquharson and Georgia Eller have been brought into the team, ensuring 26 of the initial 36-player squad will have played over the championships.

Queensland Coach James Gellie said the opportunity to round out the national carnival in a familiar setting such as the Gold Coast would provide a definitive boost to the team.

“It’s probably a bit more of the norm for the girls to play in their home state so we’re really looking forward to that challenge,” Gellie said.

“We just need to concentrate on what we need to do on field and hopefully the home ground advantage will help us.”

2019 Bond University Under 18 AFL Women’s Queensland State Academy Team- Round 2

2. Annie Muir (Broadbeach/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
3. Chloe Gregory (Narangba/Maroochydore/Brisbane Lions Academy)
4. Lily Postlethwaite (Moreton Bay/Maroochydore/Brisbane Lions Academy)
5. Daisy D’Arcy (Hermit Park, Townsville/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
6. Allanah Phineasa (Rookie/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
8. Belle Dawes (Coolum/Maroochydore/Brisbane Lions Academy)
9. Tarni White (Coorparoo/Brisbane Lions Academy)
10. Sara-Jane O’Grady (Brothers, Rockhampton/ Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
11. Tiarna Ahwang (North Cairns/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
13. Dee Heslop (Southport/Yeronga/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
14. Serene Watson (Southport/Bond/ Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
15. Tahlia Hickie (Coorparoo/Brisbane Lions Academy)
16. Ellie Hampson (Hermit Park, Townsville/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
18. Hayley Moore (Coorparoo/Brisbane Lions Academy)
19. Zimmorlei Farqharson (Dalby/Calamvale/Brisbane Lions Academy)
20. Charlotte Hammans (Burleigh/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
21. Taylor Smith (Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
23. Haze-Lee Martin  (Southport/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
24. Annise Bradfield (Southport/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
26. Maddison Levi (Burleigh/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
27. Kitara Whap-Farrar (South Cairns/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
29. Georgia Eller (Broadbeach/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
30. Emmii-Lee Zanker-Close (Southport/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
33. Lily Tarlington (Mackay City Hawks/Magpies/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)

2019 NAB AFLW Under 18 Championships Round 1 Results & Round 2 Fixture

The 2019 NAB AFLW Under 18 Championships will commenced on Friday, May 31 and will conclude on Friday, July 12. The Championships are being played in two rounds.

Round 1 Results

South Australia 13.5 (83) def. Northern Territory 4.1 (25)
NSW/ACT 11.5 (71) def. Tasmania 2.1 (13)
South Australia 10.11 (71) def. Northern Territory 0.2 (2)
NSW/ACT 13.6 (84) def. Tasmania 2.4 (16)
Western Australia 7.8 (50)  def. Queensland 0.3 (3)
Western Australia 4.4 (28) def. Queensland 2.1 (13)
VIC Metro 10.10 (70) def. VIC Country 4.2 (26)

Round 2

Queensland v VIC Country
Monday 8 July, 11.00am AEST
Metricon Stadium

VIC Metro v Western Australia
Monday 8 July, 1.00pm AEST
Metricon Stadium

Central Allies v Eastern Allies
Monday 8 July, 3.00pm AEST
Metricon Stadium

Queensland v VIC Metro
Wednesday 10 July, 10.00am AEST

VIC Country v Eastern Allies
Wednesday 10 July, 12.00pm AEST

Western Australia v Central Allies
Wednesday 10 July, 2.00pm AEST

Eastern Allies v VIC Metro
Friday 12 July, 10.00am AEST
Bond University

VIC Country v Western Australia
Friday 12 July, 12.00pm AEST
​Bond University

Queensland v Central Allies
Friday 12 July, 2.00pm AEST
​Bond University

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