Queensland’s Under-18 girls have received some generous support to help their path to the national championships.
A number of the girls in the Under 18’s Youth Girls State team have been supported by generous sponsors.
Companies were offered the option of providing the players with a gold or silver sponsorship which included a team photo, invitation to the Under 18 Youth Girls Jumper Presentation night and the opportunity to have possible badging on their player’s travel shirt.
Two-time U18 All-Australian Tayla Harris (pictured) has been lucky enough to receive gold Sponsorship from My Home Now and also silver sponsorship from Northside Sport Injury Centre as her silver sponsor.
Hannah Sexton, sister of Gold Coast SUNS player Alex, has received a silver sponsorship from Hema Maps Pty Ltd.
Naomi Simpson has been working hard on promoting herself on the coast and is fortunate to have two gold sponsors; Tropical Fuel Maintenance and Electrical, and Rain City Industries Pty Ltd.
Simpson also has silver sponsorships with Mota Trim and Tropical Hire.
Danielle Wall, from the Dalby Swans, has North Australian Helicopters as her gold sponsor, and Cecil Plains Store as a silver sponsor.
Rachael Milns, a recent attendee at the Under 16 High Performance Academy in Melbourne, has one silver sponsor with Booval Vet Hospital, and also receives two Gold sponsorships from RD & LV Milns and Wiser1Crossfit.
AFL Queensland would like to thank all sponsors for their support of the Youth Girls Talent Programs.
The Under 18’s Youth Girls State team will leave for Shepparton on Saturday, before playing their first game against Vic Metro on Monday at 3.50pm.
On Tuesday the team will rival against Western Australia at 3.50pm, before playing their final game against Vic Country on Thursday at 2pm.
After finishing second to Victoria last year, Queensland will be hoping to play in the final on Friday at 5.40pm at Deakin Reserve in Shepparton.
All games will be livestreamed at http://www.aflvic.com.au/index.php?id=557
Good luck to all the players from AFL Queensland.