Women's Footy

SA U16 Girls Team – Game 2

2024 SA U16 Girls forward Taya Maxwell sends her team forward in Game 1. Picture - Peter Argent


South Australia will be seeking to secure the 2024 AFL U16 Girls National Championship with a second win in succession against Western Australia in Game 2 at Thebarton Oval on Sunday.

Coming off a dominant 63-point win against Victoria Metro in Game 1, the Croweaters will field another strong line-up against the Sandgropers from 1pm.

North Adelaide’s Neveah Ebert, the younger sister of Rooster Laela Ebert, will get her opportunity to shine through the midfield after being named in the centre square.

Glenelg’s Georgie Fielder will look to provide plenty of run from the wing while Central’s Demi Holloway will start deep in defence for SA.

The Croweaters’ Game 2 contest will be live-streamed via the AFL Play YouTube Channel.

2024 SA U16 Girls Leaders have some fun. (L to R) Layla Vizgaudis, Emma Charlton, Miyu Endersby. Picture – Cory Sutton

SA U16 Girls Team - Game 2

F: Maia Freemantle (Eagles), Taya Maxwell (South), Lucy Reddaway (North)

HF: Jyerah Newchurch (Central), Polly Turner (North), Charlee Brooksby (Norwood)

C: Skout Young (Sturt), Neveah Ebert (North), Georgie Fielder (Glenelg)

HB: Emily Mableson (West), Miyu Endersby (Central), Erin Conn (Sturt)

B: Sienna Aldridge (West), Charlotte Copson (Sturt), Demi Holloway (Central)


R: Kate Alexander (Norwood), Emma Charlton (South), Layla Vizgaudis (South)

INT: Caitlin Hardin (North), Tara Lord (Central), Elke Cameron (Norwood), Lucy Moore (Eagles), Lillian Thomas (Norwood)

EMG: Iris Newman (North), Chelsea Newitt (West), Sarah Deed (West)

COACH: Bek McMahon

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