Inaugural NSW/ACT Women's Rep Squad Announced

We are very excited and pleased to announce the following 35 players have been selected in the NSW/ACT Women’s Representative Squad for 2015.  The following players have been selected to attend the team camp on the weekend of the 30th and 31st of May to trial for a position in the 24 players who will travel to Melbourne on the June Long weekend to play Victoria.  The combination of our state and territories best talent provides a great opportunity for our elite talent to play together and display the talent we know we have to the broader football community.

Heather Anderson - Belconnen Magpies

Jacinda Barclay - UNSW-ES

Nicola Barr - Sydney Uni

Rebecca Beeson - UNSW-ES

Gillian Behan - UTS Shamrocks

Caitlin Bunker - Gungahlin Jets

Susan Cadman - Gungahlin Jets

Holly Cogle - Molonglo

Maddy Collier - UNSW-ES Stingrays

Kristy De Pellegrini - Southern Power

Karina Demant - Eastlake

Hannah Gill - Eastlake FC

Amy Hessell - Gosford Wildcats

Jodie Hicks - Riverina Lions

Lara Hilmi - UTS Shamrocks

Laura Holdsworth - Newtown Breakaways

Kathryn Hull - Southern Power

Lael Kassem - Western Wolves

Nic Keir - Riverina Lions

Jennifer Lew - Sydney Uni

Paige Mathewson - Riverina Lions

Mai Nguyen - UNSW-ES

Alison Parkin - Newtown Breakaways

Danielle Peel - Riverina Lions

Nikki Perrett - Penrith Ramettes

Talia Radan - Belconnen Magpies

Cassie Reid - Queanbeyan Tigers

Ella Ross - Queanbeyan Tigers

Laura Russell - Wollongong Saints

Jess Sibley - Belconnen Magpies

Tayla Stahl - Newtown Breakaways

Britt Tully - Belconnen Magpies

Georgia Verkuylen - Newtown Breakaways

Stephanie Walker - Sydney Uni

Lani Watson - Queanbeyan Tigers

 

Those players not selected in the NSW/ACT will be eligible to trial for the second game against Queensland in Sydney on the 19th of July and will become automatically available for selection in respective AFL Canberra and AFL Sydney teams.

All selected AFL Sydney players are expected to continue to attend the AFL Sydney rep team training.




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