The initial 27-player AFL Hunter Central Coast Women’s representative squad has been announced, with a multitude of stars from across the regional competition being named in the state squad.
The rep squad is set to take on the AFL South Coast team later this month, on Saturday May 18, when both star-studded rosters come face to face at Pasterfield Sports Complex.
The 27-player squad for the Hunter and Central Coast regions will train on May 14 and 16, before the final 21-player team list is announced on the evening of May 16. All participating players will be notified on the evening.
The fixture at Pasterfield will be streamed live by BarTV Sports.
AFL Hunter Central Coast representative squad list
- Jemma Astley – Nelson Bay
- Sarah Ball – Wyong Lakes
- Emily Bohan – Wyong Lakes
- Kate Booth – Wallsend West Newcastle
- Sarah Burns – Maitland
- Matisse Coram-Parker – Cardiff
- Arizona Cross – Cardiff
- Anna Fraser – Maitland
- Sarah Halvorsen – Newcastle City
- Kate Holland – Nelson Bay
- Emma-Jayne Howe – Lake Macquarie
- Rebecca Ives – Wyong Lakes
- Megan Jenkins – Killarney Vale
- Angela Jones – Killarney Vale
- Jocelyn Kelleher – Killarney Vale
- Chiara Lam – Newcastle City
- Meaghan Macdonald – Newcastle City
- Kanesha Murray – Wyong Lakes
- Ashleigh Page – Killarney Vale
- Alexandra Pearce – Wyong Lakes
- Amy Pittman – Wallsend West Newcastle
- Rosie Ronan-Yates – Newcastle City
- Morgan Ross – Terrigal-Avoca
- Molly Simpson – Newcastle City
- Tahlia Thompson – Singleton
- Taylor Joyce – Newcastle City
- Taylah Wilks – Cardiff