Emerging Jets girls flying high after NTC Challenge

July 31st, 2017

Emerging Jets girls participating in the National Training Centre (NTC) Challenge at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra have returned home with six (6) of the side being recognized for future Junior Matilda’s camps.

At the conclusion of last week’s Girls NTC Challenge, a total of six players have been selected to attend forthcoming camps, where they will be vying for selection for the Junior Matildas squad who will participate in the AFC U16 Championship due to be held in Thailand in September.

Tessa Tamplin, Molly Arens, Susanna Behne-Smith and Hannah Jones will all attend a camp held this week in Sydney, while Annalee Grove and Bronte Peel will attend a camp to be conducted in Canberra in 2 weeks’ time.

“Overall it was a very successful week for NNSW,’ NNSWF Technical Director Michael Browne said.

‘The coaching staff are all extremely pleased that so many of our players have been asked to attend the camps in the next few weeks and it is a reflection of the depth of talent that is coming through the female program at the moment,” Browne concluded.

NNSWF Emerging Jets NTC Challenge Squad

Players Suburb
Annalee Grove Mount Hutton
Tessa Tamplin Redhead
Tazmyne Luschwitz Marmong Point
Hannah Bourke Kurri Kurri
Renee Pountney Charlestown
Molly Arens Jewells
Bronte Peel Branxton
Kiarnie Latham Kenthurst
Rachel Duffin Pelican
Eleanor Butler Cooks Hill
Brianna Trappett Gateshead (orig Wellington)
Ellen Rimmer Adamstown (orig Albury)
Elly Cook Valentine
Josie Morley Gillieston Heights
Mackensy Mathews Swansea (orig Albury)
Susanna Behne-Smith Bar Beach
Hannah Jones Taree
Kaylah Pisani Boat Harbour
Selected for further training camps
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