AFL Sydney Senior Rep Squad Announced

The Senior AFL Sydney Representative squad has been announced for the upcoming match against AFL Canberra on 7th June.

The selection of the squad was based on 2014 form with the representative coaches attending matches since the start of the season. These thoughts combined with direct and regular feedback from each club coach has seen a strong squad selected.

It is a very fresh faced squad which marks somewhat of a changing of the guard in AFL Sydney with only seven of the squad members being part of the senior team in previous years.

The selected squad which commenced training on Wednesday includes:

Player Club Player Club
Brad Plug Balmain Stephen Wray Pennant Hills
Taran Etto Campbelltown Lloyd Shepherd Pennant Hills
Cameron Gordon Campbelltown James Dunn Pennant Hills
Brayden Fowler Manly-Warringah   Karl Merson St George
Connor Pettersson Manly-Warringah Alexander Wynn St George
Lachlan Kilpatrick Manly-Warringah Bryce Addison St George
Tyrone Armitage Manly-Warringah Aaron Savage Sydney Hills Eagles
Harrison Koch Manly-Warringah Dean Costello Sydney Hills Eagles
Anthony Robertson Manly-Warringah Thomas Heath UNSW/ES
Jordan Weir Manly-Warringah Jeremy Kiel UNSW/ES
Wills Brassil Manly-Warringah Jeremy Daniher UNSW/ES
Douglas Hadden North Shore Thomas Sundberg UTS
Matt Carey Pennant Hills Matthew Round Western Suburbs
Alex Goodall Pennant Hills Taylor Williamson Western Suburbs

 The coaching panel for the team is of a very high calibre and includes:

Head Coach
Roger Moten
Assistants Coaches
Chris Yard
Terry Mudge
Krissie Steen
Tony Overall

Congratulations to all players selected to represent AFL Sydney.

Squad announcements for the Men's 23's to play Black Diamond and the Women's side who also take on AFL Canberra will be made next week



Comment Guidelines: The SportsTG Network is made up of players, families and passionate sports followers like you who have a strong opinion about sport. That's great - we want you to have your say and share your thoughts with the world. However, we have a few rules that you must follow to keep it fun for all. Please don't be rude, abusive, swear or vilify others. Apart from some pretty serious sport sanctions, we also can ban you and report you if things get out of hand. So play fair and have fun, and thanks for your contribution.