There was an immense amount of talent on display Monday evening at John Paul College when trialists from throughout the Brisbane South Region came together to show their netball skills.
Selectors were pleased to have a difficult job of choosing the successful athletes to participate in the 2018 Brisbane South Netball Region Academy and Development Squads. ASCC Brisbane South Wildcats Division One Coach, Megan Lynch, was excited by the quality of netball shown by these athletes from within the region and is looking forward to helping regional athletes develop to their potential.
The successful athletes for the 2018 squads are:
Evie Adamson, Kialla-Skye Bailey, Nakitah Bailey, Zoe Battaglene-Sharpe, Tayah Battaglene-Sharpe, Sophie Catterson, Brooke Comiskey, Tia Crombie, Kiaree Daley, Charlotte Dunn, Kona Ellul, Emma Eustace, Lilyana Fawkes, Breanna Fiddyment, Tanisha George, Elaina Hadgelias, Amina Hatia, Eliza Hooper, Atlanta Horan, Scarlet Lacey, Gemeni Lynch, Cassie Mehrtens, Dakota Newson, Carly Ngapuhi-Ratima, Renee Plant, Lacreed Raharuhi, Semaema Ray, Mia Seiler, Aaliyah Sheppard, Riley Smith, Tamika Smith, Ciara Taraeka, Jayla Thoms, Raumati Tupaea, Te Koria Watene.
Heimo’ana Ainu’u, Kiana Bailey, Jazinda Barnes, Bianca Benzie, Ella Blackman, Zeiara Burns, Adriarne Cracknell, Lily Cubby, Kiaree Daley, Abigail Dunn, Darimah Foster, Keely Gallagher, Madisen-Jade Iva, Bronty Lacey, Lily Letoa, Kishana Marsters, Charlotte McLeod, Montana McNamara, Sophee Monsour, Aimee Morton, Eliza Noble, Zara Omsby-Qualtrough, Gabrielle Parisio, Martina Reekers, Emily Russell, Jordyn Ryan, Chalize Sattlecker, Kiara Sellars, Tahmira Sheppard, Natalia Taufui, Abbey-Rose Toms, Mariah Vankervoort, Larissa Vickers, Olivia Whitaker, Bridie Williams, Aaliyah Wilson, Ema-Lame Wood.
Congratulations to all trialists and successful athletes.
Posted on 21 February 2018