In 2009, a young golfing prodigy put her hand up at school to play schoolgirls football in the school team. She had never played before and was at the school for her golfing prowess (being a single handicap golfer at age 15.)
After only five schoolgirls matches it was apparent that Noga was a special athlete.
She has represented her state in AFL in a variety of age groups every year since she started.
"I want to improve my skills and knowledge of football so I can become an All Australian women’s player," Noga said.
"What an opportunity to be a member of the Academy and spend a week with the most talented female footballers in the country."
Mum Sheryl, is always supporting Noga both watching all her games and providing financial support to attend the state commitments.
"In my four years of football she has never missed a game," Sheryl said.
Hopefully Sheryl can make the trip to Melbourne to watch her incredibly talented daughter play out of her skin in the HPA game.