2016 NAB Youth Girls All-Star Game

The best 44 youth girls players from the 2016 Youth Girls National Championships played in an all-star game with the U18 Youth Girls All-Australian squad announced following the match. 

Date - Saturday 3rd September
Time - 4.30pm
Where - Whitten Oval
Match - NAB Red v NAB Black

Team Lists - 

NAB Black

Jumper #

Player

Club

State

1

Kalinda HOWARTH

Labrador Tigers/Coolangatta Bluebirds

QLD

2

Maddison PRESPAKIS

Sunbury Lions

VIC METRO

3

Tiahna COCHRANE

Castlemaine

VIC COUNTRY

4

Isabel HUNTINGTON

Melbourne Uni

VIC METRO

5

Shaelise LAW

Zillmere Eagles

QLD

6

Reni HICKS

Kyabram

VIC COUNTRY

8

Anna HAYES

Melbourne Uni

VIC METRO

9

Ruby BLAIR

Burleigh Bombers

QLD

10

Daria BANNISTER

Launceston

TAS

13

Kate BARTLETT

Peel Thunderbirds

WA

15

Angela PRIFTIS

Auburn Giants

NSWACT

16

Ashleigh WOODLAND

Salisbury

SA

18

Courtney HODDER

Peel Thunderbirds

WA

19

Laura BELLA

Bakers Creek Tigers

QLD

21

Sabreena DUFFY

Peel Thunderbirds

WA

22

Anne HATCHARD

Morphettville Park

SA

23

Sonia DORIZZI

South Fremantle

WA

24

Ebonee HARDIE

Peel Thunderbirds

WA

29

Zania RICE

Greenacres

SA

31

Georgia WALKER

Rye

VIC COUNTRY

33

Taylor MESITI

Deer Park

VIC METRO

39

Jas GRIESON

Whitehorse Colts

VIC METRO

 

NAB Red

Jumper #

Player

Club

State

1

Emily RYLANCE

Dandenong Stingrays

VIC COUNTRY

2

Haneen ZRIEKA

Auburn Giants

NSWACT

3

Erin MCKINNON

Mosman Swans

NSWACT

4

Lily MITHEN

North Geelong

VIC COUNTRY

5

Beatrice DEVLYN

South Fremantle

WA

6

Monique CONTI

Melbourne University

VIC METRO

7

Alyce PARKER

Riverina Lions

NSWACT

9

Gabby COLLINGWOOD

Jindalee Jaguars

QLD

10

Arianna CLARK

Coolangatta Bluebirds

QLD

11

Brooke STRUYLAART

Beaconsfield

VIC METRO

12

McKenzie DOWRICK

Coastal Titans

WA

13

Katherine SMITH

Blackburn

VIC METRO

14

Rebecca WEBSTER

Kyabram

VIC MMETRO

16

Jordyn ALLEN

Rye

VIC METRO

17

Deanna BERRY

Montmorency

VIC METRO

18

Kate STANTON

Wollongong Saints

NSWACT

20

Olivia MCFAWN

St Mary’s

VIC METRO

27

Rachel ASHLEY

Perth Angels

WA

31

Emily MCGUIRE

Swan Districts

WA

32

Isabella AYRE

Huntly

VIC COUNTRY

37

Jasmin STEWART

Claremont

VIC COUNTRY

47

Charis ULU PENIATA

Parkmore

VIC METRO

A replay of the game can be seen below.

 

 

The 2016 Youth Girls National Championships will commence on Monday, May 2 in Melbourne.

The championships are the pinnacle competition for young female footballers aged between 15-18 years.

Matches will be played over five days at Olympic Park Oval (Collingwood FC), Trevor Baker Oval (Sandringham), City Oval (Coburg) and Punt Road Oval (Richmond FC).

There are nine teams competing in two pools;

  • Pool A: Western Australia, Vic Metro, Vic Country, Queensland
  • Pool B: New South Wales/ACT, South Australia, Northern Territory, Tasmania, Woomeras (Indigenous team).

The Pool A final will be played as a curtain-raiser on Friday May 6 at 5.20pm prior to Richmond v Hawthorn at the MCG. 

Watch the best young female footballers in action below at the 2016 Youth Girls Nationals being held in Melbourne.

 

Click Here for Results from Days 2 & 3

 

 

Replays of all matches can be accessed below:

   

2016 Youth Girls Nationals Fixture

Day 1 - Monday 2 May

Glasshouse, Collingwood FC, cnr Olympic Blvde and Batman Ave, Melbourne

Start

End

Match #

Home

Away

Bye

9.00am

9.20am

Welcome Ceremony

Function Room

10.30am

11.55am

1

Vic Metro

QLD

12.10pm

1.35pm

2

SA

TAS

NT Thunder

1.50pm

3.15pm

3

WA

Vic Country

3.30pm

4.55pm

4

Woomeras

NSWACT

 

Day 2 - Tuesday 3 May

Trevor Barker Oval, Sandringham

Start

End

Match #

Home

Away

Bye

9.00am

10.25am

5

TAS

NT Thunder

NSWACT

10.40am

12.05pm

6

WA

Vic Metro

12.20pm

1.45pm

7

Woomeras

SA

2.00pm

3.25pm

8

QLD

Vic Country

 

Day 3 - Wednesday 4 May

Rest Day - Game Development Review Session

 

Day 4 - Thursday 5 May

Shepley Oval, Dandenong

Start

End

Match #

Home

Away

Bye

9.00am

10.25am

9

Woomeras

TAS

SA

10.40am

12.05pm

10

QLD

WA

12.20pm

1.45pm

11

Vic Country

Vic Metro

2.00pm

3.25pm

12

NSWACT

NT Thunder

 

Day 5 - Friday 6 May

Grand Finals - Richmond FC, Punt Rd, Jolimont

Pool A GF - MCG with minute presentations at conclusion

Start

End

Match #

Home

Away

Bye

10.30am

11.55am

Pool B

NT Thunder

Woomeras

TAS

12.10pm

1.35pm

3A v 4A

3A

4A

1.50pm

3.05pm

Pool B

SA

NSWACT

5.00pm

6.25pm

1A v 2A

1A

2A

2015 AFL Youth Girls Championships

Youth Girls stun with their skills

The weather was perfect for football with light breezes and  stunning sunshine which helped produce clean hands, superb overhead marking and incredible ball carrying. Here’s a snapshot of what the live and over 33,000 livestreaming audiences were excited by ...

Coming from all parts of Australia the sixth Youth Girls Championships was a veritable ‘skill-fest’. Vic Metro’s Brittany Bonnici was a work horse  carrying the ball over 50 metres in several run and carry bursts and laying large numbers of tackles. Her leadership in the first quarter in particular was outstanding She was ably supported by rookie Monique Conti who’s in and under contribution was flawless. It was the calm manner in which Metro chipped the ball around to control play in the dying minutes of the final quarter and absorbed the pressure that Queensland tossed at them that had spectators in awe. To stay focused under immense pressure was another major difference between being premiers and runners up!

In her last year of Youth Girls, Queensland’s Tayla Harris was a rock at centre half back marking everything that came her way in performance that saw her dominant the individual awards. She won Championship Fairest and Best as well as the Grand Final Best on Ground There’s no doubt Tahlia Randall will fill her boots admirably in 2016 showing us equally fine leaps in the ruck and in marking contests and some fine agility. Queensland threw everything at Vic Metro but just weren’t composed enough in the first term to equalise the contest. Once they controlled their nerves they were far more formidable opponents.

Former Kickstart player, WA’s Courtney Hodder, stepped up easily to the next level with her tenacious attack into packs and power runs away from contests. Beatrice Devlyn contributed around the ground with numerous overhead marks and reading the play to be first to the ball. When WA stuck to their game plan they were invincible. Unfortunately for them they were unable to do this often enough through the Championships and finished in third place.

Vic Country should feel proud of their efforts. In past years they have been competitive against rivals who can train together every week. The scoreboard never reflected the closeness of the contest. It was different this year. The Country scored frequently and  showed very little difference between them and the top tier teams. Ainslie Kemp was a revelation and Reni Hicks proved a feisty and hard working player.

South Australia were the big improvers with Sarah Allan in dominant form both around the ground and in the ruck and Ashleigh Woodland being the Pool B leading goal scorer.

NSWACT continued to produce a great style of play and were able to show why Jodie Hicks is a Melbourne drafted player showing a huge heart with her tireless attack on the ball. When Chloe Arndt matures she will be a star of the game with her tough approach.

The Woomeras Delma Gisu is short of stature but huge on work ethic.  Kathleen Prosser was busy around the goals using her opportunities to bag a few goals.

Tassie’s workload was shouldered in the ruck by Elyse Gamble who rucked tirelessy every day. Danielle Ponter showed why she was an All Australian in 2014 and was unfortunate to be injured and unable to play half the carnival.

The search for a 2016 Host is now on! Wherever that may be the locals are sure to be in admiration of the style of play and formidable skills the girls produce

2015 Fixture

2015 Rules and Regulations 

2015 Record

Latest News

Vic Metro Win Youth Girls National Champs

Saturday, May 09, 2015

Vic Metro prevailed in a thrilling Grand Final at the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Champs[more]

Youth Girls Award Winners

Saturday, May 09, 2015

The award winners from the 2015 AFL National Youth Girls Championships have been announced[more]

SA Wins Pool B Grand Final

Saturday, May 09, 2015

SOUTH Australia has won the Pool B grand final at the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Championships beating NSW/ACT by 38 points[more]

WA Claim Third Place

Friday, May 08, 2015

WA finished its 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Championships with a second straight win over VIC Country[more]

Woomeras Claim First Win

Friday, May 08, 2015

The Woomeras have finished their 2015 Youth Girls National Championships with an 18-point win over the Thunder Devils.[more]

Defending Champs Claim First Win

Friday, May 08, 2015

WA won its first game of the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Champs, beating VIC Country by 24 points[more]

South Australia Remain Unbeaten

Friday, May 08, 2015

SA record third straight win at the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Championships with a 26-point victory over the Woomeras[more]

Vic Metro Prevail Over Queensland

Friday, May 08, 2015

VIC Metro has beaten QLD by 17 points on Day 3 of the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Championships[more]

NSW/ACT Win Second Game of Week

Thursday, May 07, 2015

NSW/ACT have recorded a 20-point victory over the Thunder Devils at the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Championships[more]

Queensland too strong for WA

Wednesday, May 06, 2015

QLD won its second match and handed WA its second loss to conclude Day 2 of the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Championships[more]

South Australia too good for NSW/ACT

Wednesday, May 06, 2015

SA put in another dominant showing to record a 77-point victory over NSW/ACT at the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Championships[more]

Vic Metro Prevail Over Country

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Vic Metro defeated Vic Country by 35 points on Day 2 of the 2015 AFL Youth Girls National Championships[more]

 

   

 

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