Vic Metro Reduced to Thirty

AFL Victoria has completed the first round of selections for the 2013 Victorian Metro Youth Girls U18 State team that will contest the 2013 AFL National Championships in Shepparton from May 5-10.

The squad of over sixty girls has been training since the end of January and has now been reduced to thirty.

The selection of the touring team of 27 players will be finalised at the conclusion of a two day training camp over April 9-10 at Visy Park.

AFL Victoria thanks all of the girls who have been training in the squad and their families. They have demonstrated great learning and development and encourage them to continue participating in high performance and development programs. 

The following players are invited to remain in the State training squad.

First Name Surname Club Region
Mia Amon East Malvern Oakleigh
Pip Attard Hallam Dandenong
Deanna Berry St Damian's Northern
Ellie Blackburn Beaconsfield Dandenong
Brittany Bonnici St Albans Western
Siobhan Cashin Melbourne University Calder
Rebecca Dardengo Sunbury Calder
Rosie Dillon Whitehorse Oakleigh
Georgia Fisher Berwick Dandenong
Georgia Gourlay Frankston YCW Dandenong
Elyce Hay East Malvern Oakleigh
Lauren   Hojnacki Berwick Dandenong
Isabel Huntington South Melbourne/Melbourne University Sandringham/Calder
Madeline Keryk St Albans Western
Maddie Lister St Albans Western
Tilly Lucas-Rodd East Malvern Oakleigh
Rechelle McSwain Darebin Northern
Kayla Moore Sunbury Calder
Courtney Musico South Morang Northern
Rebecca Privitelli Kew Rovers Oakleigh
Alexandra Quigley Sunbury Western
Teagan Sheldon Scoresby Eastern
Emily Smith Melbourne University Calder
Katherine Smith East Burwood Eastern
Louise Stephenson St Damian's Northern
Karly Tapner Beaconsfield Dandenong
Amanda Tessari Wyndham Vale Western
Monique Tracey Diamond Creek North
Stephanie Webb Altona Western
Hayley Wildes Cranbourne Dandenong


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