Final Screening Girls Added to State Squad

A final State trial screening was held before State training last night for all girls who missed the first one on the school holidays.

The following girls have been invited to join the State squad to try out for the Victorian and AFL Victoria Development teams:

 

  • Terri McIntosh - St Albans
  • Kirzty Brady - St Albans
  • Jacinta Ganino - St Albans
  • Elyce Hay - East Malvern
  • Siobhan Carlton - Pascoe Vale
  • Emily Bof - Pascoe Vale
  • Chloe Rogers - Pascoe Vale
  • Rachel Gastin - Pascoe Vale
  • Amanda Lazzari - Melbourne University
  • Ashling Utri - Melbourne University
  • Megan Marsh - Diamond Creek
  • Jenna Bruton - Golden Point

Ultimately, fifty-two girls will be selected for the two teams, which will contest the AFL's National Under 18 Youth Girls Championships from September 20-24 on the Gold Coast.

All players are required to bring their club jumper, shorts, boots, runners, mouthguards and a bottle of water.

They also need to complete an application form here - http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2011VicAppForm

 

STATE TRAINING

  • Monday 25/7 - 6pm - JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington
  • Monday 1/8 - 5pm - JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington
  • Monday 8/8 - 5pm - JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington - FINAL SELECTION NIGHT
  • Monday 15/8 - 5pm - JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington
  • Monday 22/8 - 5pm - JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington
  • Monday 29/8 - 5pm - JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington
  • Monday 5/9 - 5pm - JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington
  • Monday 12/9 - 5pm - JJ Holland Park, Kensington Rd, Kensington

 




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