PREMIER LEAGUE LAUNCH/SPONSORS EVENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Premier League teams enjoyed a get together with Sponsors, Committee Members, Life Members and Supporters last Saturday night, with squad members officially named and introduced to those present. Great to see each squad member presented with “letterman” type jackets, which looked very professional. These items will shortly become available to supporters, so if you are interested, check out the article below.

Coaches Nathan Hawkes and John Della Pia (in place of Jason Joynes who was on Under 20 State Metro duty), took the opportunity to introduce the squads officially and on behalf of the teams, thanked our amazing Sponsors. Both squads boast plenty of experience but with lots of young NABC talent coming through.

The Women's squad for 2019 is –


Mariah Seals
Opal Mader
Abi Mader
Tayla Corrigan
Tia Bails
Sophie Byrne
Sam Defrancesco
Courtney Hansen (Chook)
Taylor Goggins (Harry)
Eliza Joynes
Beth Dittmar
Alicia Carline
Anna Plew


With 5 development players also named - 
Amy Horskins
Ana Botei
Casey Goggins
Claudia Hatcher
Courtney Gutschmidt

 

The Men's squad is – 


Alex Starling
Tobias Dodwell
Bijan Johnson
Jack McVeigh
Darcy Aistrope
Adam Schild
James Peters
Josh Graetz
Riley Harrap
Gab Saldavia
Daniel Goodluck
Dion Smith
Keenan Abbott
Kyle McNaughton
Marko Miskovic
Fiston Ipassou


With college players to return -
Ray Harding
Nick Marshall


And on long term injury list to return when available -
Luke Pike


Also the following players were named as Reserves -
Dylan Marshall
Riley Slater
Caleb Watson
Russell Jensen


Thank you to all our Sponsors, Life Members, Supporters, MP for Torrens Dana Wortley and Councillor Hannah Evans for taking the time to attend, we appreciate it.




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