Emerging Jets Players Participate in Young Matildas Camps

July 22nd, 2015

Three Emerging Jets players, Jemma House, Brooke Miller and Hannah Southwelll have attended the first of three Young Matildas training camps at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS). Teammate Kally Lewis was also selected for the first camp, however was unable to attend due to injury.

Miller and Southwell will now remain in Canberra to participate in the 2015 NTC Challenge, before participating in the second Young Matildas camp from July 29th until August 2nd where they will be joined by fellow Emerging Jets and NTC Challenge teammate Kobie Ferguson.

The third Young Matildas camp will be held from August 6th through 10th following which the final Young Matildas squad will be selected for participation in the AFC U-19 Women’s Championship in China which will take place in Nanjing from August 18th until 29th.

Australia has been drawn in Group A at the AFC U-19 Women’s Championships within which the Young Matildas will face host country China, as well as Japan and Uzbekistan.

Northern NSW Football would like to congratulate each of the players on their selections and wish them the best for upcoming camps and tournaments.

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