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Scouting notes: NTFLW vs. Claremont

REPRESENTATIVE football was back on the menu over the weekend, with WAFL Women’s premiers Claremont defeating the NTFL Women’s All-Stars in an 11-point game up in Darwin. In a hard-fought performance from both sides, a number of young guns stepped up at TIO Stadium. NTFLW ALL-STARS: #1 Maria Rioli The potential Richmond father-daughter talent stepped […]

WAFLW 23 Under 23 to Watch in 2023

IN an upcoming series, Rookie Me Central will be ramping up its Western Australia Football League (WAFL) Women’s coverage ahead of the opening round in early March. The list will feature a host of players both draft-eligible and non draft-eligible, but will aim to raise awareness of just some of the talented players in the […]

2023 Vic Metro Girls hub profiled

VIC METRO followed up Vic Country’s State Hub release last week with the official release of Metro’s State Hub yesterday. The Metro girl’s hub has 19 players, with Eastern Ranges (six players), Sandringham Dragons (four), Oakleigh Chargers (three) and Western Jets (three) leading the way. Calder Cannons (two) and Northern Knights (one) round out the […]

2023 Vic Metro talent hubs announced

THE TOP talents for next year’s Under 18 Vic Metro squad have been recognised through initial Talent Hubs, which will come together this weekend for their maiden training camps at The Hangar. The 19-player girls squad will convene on Friday and Saturday, while the 22-player boys squad meets on Saturday and Sunday. >> Vic Country […]

2023 Vic Country Girls hub profiled

VIC COUNTRY officially announced its 2023 State Hub on Friday, with the 20 chosen athletes participating in a two-day camp over the weekend. Each of the representatives has been capped at NAB League Girls level and we name a few of them to watch, as well as some names for the future. AFLW ACADEMY MEMBERS: […]

2023 Vic Country Hubs released

VICTORIA’s top young Country stars have been named as part of the State Hub for both male and female junior football. Picking squads of 20 (girls) and 25 (boys), the hubs will form the early basis for Vic Country’s 2023 AFL and AFLW Under 18 Championships. The squads will come together from tonight as part […]

2023 AFL Women’s Academy announced

THIRTY of the most talented female footballers across the country have been named in the 2023 AFL Women’s Academy. Spread out across the eight states and territory to ensure equal state representation in a state-based draft, the 2023 Academy exclusively features top-age (2023 AFLW Draft eligible) players. Reigning AFL Women’s Under 18 Championship titleholders South […]

South Australia names 2023 U16 Girls Academy

JUST a day after announcing its 2023 Under 18 Girls Academy, South Australia has gone further into the future by naming its Under 16 Academy. Boasting a total of 48 players – six from each of the eight South Australian National Football League (SANFL) clubs – there are seven Under 18 members who are still […]

2023 South Australia U18 Girls Academy announced

SOUTH Australia today announced its 2023 Under 18 Girls Academy with plenty of exciting talent on display over the next few years. Though the 47-player squad will be minus two bottom-age Under 18 representatives in Georgia McKee and Shae Archbold who are both recovering from anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgeries, the Croweaters do regain potential […]

WA announces State Academy Women’s Summer squad

WESTERN Australia has named its Women’s State Academy squad ahead of the 2023 season to train over Summer. The squad, which features 30 players across the West Australian Football League (WAFL) Women’s has a balance of players across all three lines. Headlined by AFLW Academy member Georgie Cleaver and All-Stars best-on for her side Kaitlyn […]

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