Queensland announce Round 1 team for NAB Under 18 AFL Women’s National Championships

AFL Queensland is pleased to announce the team for the Round 1 of the NAB Under 18 AFL Women’s National Championship.

The team of 22 will compete against West Australia in Perth next week.

2019 Bond University Under 18 AFL Women’s Queensland State Academy Team- Round 1

​1. Macie Brown (Coorparoo/Brisbane Lions Academy)
2. Annie Muir (Broadbeach/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
3. Chloe Gregory (Narangba/Maroochydore/Brisbane Lions Academy)
4. Lily Postlewaite (Moreton Bay/Maroochydore/Brisbane Lions 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. Talia Hickie (Coorparoo/Brisbane Lions Academy)
16. Ellie Hampson (Hermit Park, Townsville/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
18. Hayley Moore (Coorparoo/Brisbane Lions Academy)
20. Charlotte Hammans (Burleigh/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
21. Taylor Smith (Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
22. Wallis Randell (Mackay Magpies/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 Whapp-Farrar (South Cairns/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
30.  Emmii-Lee Zanker-Close (Southport/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)
33. Lily Tarlinton (Mackay City Hawks/Magpies/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)

Emergencies: Mackenzie Findlay (Wilston Grange/Brisbane Lions Academy), Georgia Eller (Broadbeach/Bond/Gold Coast SUNS Academy)

2019 NAB AFLW Under 18 Championships Draw

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

Round 1

South Australia v Northern Territory
Friday 31 May, 2.00pm ACST
Peter Motley Oval

NSW/ACT v Tasmania 
Friday 31 May, 7.00pm AEST
Blacktown ISP

South Australia v Northern Territory
Sunday 2 June, 11.00am ACST
Karen Rolton Oval

NSW/ACT v Tasmania
Sunday 2 June, 10.00am AEST
Blacktown ISP

Western Australia v Queensland 
Friday 14 June, 11.00am AWST
Claremont Oval

Western Australia v Queensland
Sunday 16 June, 10.00am AWST
Leederville Oval

VIC Country v VIC Metro
Saturday 22 June, 2.00pm AEST
Avalon Airport Oval

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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