Queensland selectors have named a 30 player squad ahead of Round 2 of the NAB AFL Women’s Under-18 Championships to be held on the Gold Coast next week.
The squad will be trimmed to 26 after their final training session.
The Maroons carry good form into round two, downing Western Australia by 10 points and NSW/ACT by just three points in Round 1 matches played at Sydney’s Blacktown International Sports Park in late May.
Monday July 10 9.00am Opening Ceremony Bond Uni
Monday July 10 10.00am Queensland v Vic Country Bond Uni
Monday July 10 11.40am Allies v NSW/ACT Bond Uni
Monday July 10 1.30pm Vic Metro v Western Australia Bond Uni
Wednesday July 12 10.00am Queensland v Vic Metro Broadbeach FC
Wednesday July 12 11.40am Vic Country v NSW/ACT Broadbeach FC
Wednesday July 12 1.30pm Western Australia v Allies Broadbeach FC
Friday July 14 10.00am Vic Metro v NSW/ACT Broadbeach FC
Friday July 14 11.40am Vic Country v Western Australia Broadbeach FC
Friday July 14 1.30pm Allies v Queensland Broadbeach FC
|NUMBER||FAMILY NAME||GIVEN NAME||LOCAL CLUB|
|4||COLLINGWOOD||Gabby||University of Qld|
|11||DAWES||Belle||Moreton Bay Lions|
|14||GRIDER||Natalie||University of Qld|
|15||PERRY||Alanna||University of Qld|
|21||HAMPSON||Ellie||Hermit Park Tigers|
|26||FARRAR||Kitara||South Cairns Cutters|
|27||BOLTZ||Poppy||Centrals Trinity Beach|
|28||AHWANG||Tiarna||North Cairns Tigers|
|29||BELLA||Lauren||Bakers Creek Tigers|
|33||HENNING||Jessi||University of Qld|
NAB is proud to support the development of female footballers throughout the country from grassroots players and football communities to the NAB AFL Women’s Competition.
The NAB AFL Women’s Under-18 Championships is part of the NAB AFL Women’s Rising Stars Program.
The NAB AFL Women’s Rising Stars Program consists of the following elements:
- NAB AFL Women’s Rising Star
- NAB AFL Women’s Draft
- NAB AFL Women’s Draft Combine
- NAB AFL Women’s Under-18 Championships
- NAB AFL Women’s Academy