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O F F I C I A L   P R O G R A M M E

ANZAC WEEKEND

21-25 APRIL 2018

ANZAC 2018 NEW ZEALAND V AUSTRALIA NAB AFL ACADEMY

AFL NEW ZEALAND YOUTH GIRLS, ACADEMY LEVEL 1 & LEVEL 2 TEAMS V MORNINGTON PENINSULA BLUESCOPE STEELERS YOUTH GIRLS, UNDER 16 & UNDER 14 BOYS TEAMS AFLNZ.CO.NZ

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A message from AFL New Zealand As each year passes, new opportunities are continually presented to the New Zealand AFL community to engage and establish an affinity with the sport that originates in Australia but is now more than just Australia’s game. As our partnership with the St Kilda Football Club continues to develop, so does the opportunity to host an AFL fixture in Auckland in the near future. April 2013 was an historic occasion when the first AFL fixture in 140 years was played outside of Australia in Wellington. This has inspired participation numbers to grow with 20,000 New Zealanders now playing AFL each year. AFL New Zealand welcomes the AFL Academy and the Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U14 Boys, U16 Boys and Youth Girls, as they compete in their respective clashes against the Senior, AFLNZ Academy Level 1 & 2 and the NZ Youth Girls. The Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers visit will see participants from the Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League compete against the AFL New Zealand Academy Level 2 team for the first time. The Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers Youth Girls return to New Zealand again and will take on the NZ Youth Girls. We are appreciative of the support provided by the Mornington Peninsula JFL to our association with our relationship continuing to nurture and grow. No fewer than 15 clubs from the League are represented in the two match series whilst the New Zealand teams showcases 17 different Secondary Schools from eight regions throughout New Zealand. On the 24th of April at Westpac Stadium, Wellington, the NAB AFL Academy and their opponents the New Zealand Senior team, showcase what the future could be. This represents the Academy’s seventh visit to New Zealand. An amazing percentage of members from the past six sides have now progressed to AFL and professional ranks and so once again we welcome to our shores, stars of the future. The New Zealand team continue to grow the awareness of the sport and showcase the desire to represent their country. Following on from other successful Trans Tasman sporting competitions, they look to place their stamp on the future. The visiting teams provide a significant opportunity to assist in the development of young athletes within New Zealand as they look to find their way in a new and mysterious sport. AFL New Zealand’s association with the Australian Leagues and organisations continues to grow with 9 current New Zealand Senior players playing and testing their skills within Australia. We look forward to the day when Australian players cross the ditch to be involved in the AFL New Zealand Premiership. Let’s enjoy another great weekend of football and welcome all involved to Aotearoa. Robert Vanstam, CEO AFL New Zealand


NAB AFL Academy The NAB AFL Academy commenced in 1997 and provides the best young talent in the country a NAB AFL Academy scholarship, as an opportunity to improve their football and personal skills in an accelerated AFL programme in their development years. This group therefore is the 21st Intake into the NAB AFL Academy which has contributed some much to the growth and development of so many of our AFL champions and Rising AFL stars of today. The Level One squad of is selected following the NAB AFL Under-16 Championships, and the Level Two Squad includes the best Under-18 players in the country; these players are eligible for the upcoming NAB AFL Draft. Both squads are under the guidance of Head Coach Luke Power, former Brisbane Lions champion, along with Assistant Coaches including Glen Jakovich, Brent Harvey ,Mark Williams ,Brad Johnson, Nick Dal Santo and Peter Sumich all household names in our game. In 2018, there are 229 graduates of the NAB AFL Academy on AFL lists, including 9 of the current Captains including the likes of Joel Selwood at Geelong, Trent Cotchin at Richmond and Travis Boak at Port Adelaide. This is a wonderful opportunity for Australian Football to display its talented youth in the international arena against a region that is growing in both its development and the way in which it has taken to the AFL code, displaying great promise for the years ahead. It also provides players from both Nations with the rare opportunity to wear their countries colours in their chosen sport of AFL – something they will treasure and reflect upon in the years to come with their overall careers. The AFL would like to thank NAB for its outstanding support of the entire “NAB AFL Rising Stars Programme” which includes the NAB AFL Academy. This is the 7th occasion the NAB AFL Academy will come together to play as the Australian Under 17 team against New Zealand. Both countries have a very proud and honourable history through the ANZAC spirit – may this spirit live on through life and football for many years to come. Lest We Forget.


calendar of events Saturday, April 21, 2018

5.30pm

MPJFL U14’s, Youth Girls & NZ Level 1, Youth Girls Welcome Function

Macs Function Centre

Saturday, April 21, 2018

8.15pm

MPJFL U15/16’s & NZ Level 2 Welcome Function Macs Function Centre

Macs Function Centre

Sunday, April 22, 2018

10.00am

NZ Youth Girls vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers Youth Girls - Game 1

Hutt Park

Sunday, April 22, 2018

11.45am

NZ Level 1 Academy vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U14's - Game 1

Hutt Park

Sunday, April 22, 2018

12.15pm

NZ Youth Girls vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers Youth Girls - After match function

Hutt Park

Sunday, April 22, 2018

1.30pm

NZ Level 2 Academy vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U15/U16 Boys - Game 1

Hutt Park

Sunday, April 22, 2018

1.45pm

NZ Level 1 Academy vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U14's - After match function

Hutt Park

Sunday, April 22, 2018

3.30pm

NZ Level 2 Academy vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U15/U16 Boys - After match function

Hutt Park

Sunday, April 22, 2018

6.00pm

2018 AFLNZ High Performance Awards

Macs Function Centre

Monday, April 23, 2018

11.00am

AFLNZ National Female Combine

ASB Sports Centre

Monday, April 23, 2018

1.00pm

AFLNZ National Male Combine

ASB Sports Centre

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

9.00am

NZ Youth Girls vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers Youth Girls - Game 2

Westpac Stadium

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

11.30am

New Zealand vs NAB AFL Academy

Westpac Stadium

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

11.55am

NZ Youth Girls vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers Youth Girls - After match function

Westpac Stadium

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

1.00pm

NZ Level 1 Academy vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U14's - Game 2

Hutt Park

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

2.00pm

New Zealand vs NAB AFL Academy Aftermatch Function

Westpac Stadium

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

2.45pm

NZ Level 2 Academy vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U15/U16 Boys - Game 2

Hutt Park

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

3.00pm

NZ Level 1 Academy vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U14's - After match function

Hutt Park

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

5.00pm

NZ Level 2 Academy vs Mornington Peninsula BlueScope Steelers U15/U16 Boys - After match Function

Hutt Park


Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League We would like to thank AFL New Zealand for this amazing opportunity to come to Wellington with our U14’s, Combined U5/U16 boys and Combined U15/18 Girls representative teams to play 2 matches against the respective New Zealand representative teams. We are pleased to announce that this year our U14’s team has the opportunity to take part in this amazing experience. The inclusion of the U14’s team takes the total number of Aussie participants to 72! It is always an honour and a privilege to play representative sport at any level. However, to play an international representative match is an opportunity that most will never experience. How fitting that the games will be played over the ANZAC weekend, where the tradition of our two great countries joined forces to become allies and form the world renowned ANZAC’s. This weekend we will also be commemorating the ultimate sacrifices our ancestors went through on the first day of landing on the shores of Gallipoli in 1915. The six matches over the weekend between the Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League “Bluescope Steelers” & AFL New Zealand representative teams will not entail the same sacrifices of our ANZAC’s, however I am sure the matches will showcase the same fighting spirit and camaraderie. We may be rivals on the field, but we are really looking forward to being allies off it. Our players and officials are excited to the adventure that is ahead of us in New Zealand and in particular to interact and embrace the culture we experience. The indigenous Maori culture is very intriguing to us and of course the Haka is world renowned and respected by everyone. What a great way to be educated in a new cultural experience by travelling, learning and playing the game that both countries are so passionate about - AFL or as we call it Australian Rules Football. Last year our combined U15/16’s boys team came up against a very spirited New Zealand team and had a successful tour not only on the track but off, with friendships made that will last a lifetime. Our Youth girls team came up against the very talented Kiwis

who were switched on and ready for the challenge. Coming away with a history making result over the Australian girls’ team. Both girls teams will this year have the opportunity to play at Wellingtons Westpac stadium as the curtain raiser to the AFL Academy vs New Zealand game. I am sure this time both the Australian & New Zealand Girls teams will put on an amazing series played with true Anzac spirit and will make the most of the experience to play at such an amazing stadium. Our U14’s team are extremely excited and full of enthusiasm but know they are in for a challenge coming up against a spirited New Zealand team. All teams are looking forward to standing arm in arm whilst experiencing the challenge of the Haka! I would also like to thank the players & parents from both the AFLNZ & MPJFL teams for embracing this venture and investing in the future of not only all of these players but the future of our sport. We would like to thank the following companies that have contributed in assisting our players to take this journey: • Bluescope Steel • Bowens Timber & Hardware • Sherwood Sportswear • Ross Faulkner • CGR Sportswear • Flight Centre • M.B Plastering We would also like to wish all the players the best of luck, enjoy the games but most of all embrace the experience. The executive of the MPJFL are excited and look forward to the games played in both the ANZAC spirit and passion. Andrew Souter, President Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League BLUESCOPE STEELERS


New Zealand Youth Girls With increasing pathway opportunities growing throughout AFL New Zealand Secondary School Programmes, the team has several new athletes. Some with as little as four months involvement alongside more experienced campaigners now in their third and fourth seasons in the game. The Youth Girls Coaching staff lead by Mitch Ryan will look to blend new and exciting talent with players with previous experience to help guide their new teammates through the campaign. They will look to share their knowledge and assist the new players both on and off the field. The development of the inaugural AFL Women competition in Australia has thrown fresh eyes on sport for women and also added to opportunities afforded to New Zealand participants. The involvement of Jolyn Collins in the Under 18 AFLW Championships in Melbourne 2016 followed by Killarney Morey in 2017, is the first step towards New Zealanders playing in Australia’s premier competition for women. As part of the female development pathway, participation in the AFL New Zealand Youth Competition is now based at Auckland’s QBE Stadium and Hutt Park in Wellington. This has provided an opportunity to develop much needed playing time and experience with their new sport in the lead up to the campaign and preparing them for the series ahead. The New Zealand Players have come through a variety of school programmes delivered in Secondary schools targeting female participation and the incentives for taking on a new sport are rewarded by potential national representation opportunities. AFL New Zealand has received considerable support through Regional Sports Trusts and KiwiSport initiatives and we are thankful for their support.


AFL New Zealand Academy The AFL New Zealand Academy has been created to provide a pathway for athletes to excel through AFL. The AFL New Zealand Academy will improve the skills and fitness of athletes, through a training and development programme. The Academy consists of two levels: • Level 1: for Athletes that are new entrants to Academy and New Zealand representative pathway • Level 2: for Athletes continuing their Academy and New Zealand representative pathway with their next step Under 18 or Senior New Zealand representative opportunities. Eligibility for each level is also age related changing each year, based on the year you were born. Eligibility for this year can be found at aflnz.co.nz Academy Athletes are selected from the AFL New Zealand Youth Competition in December of each year with each level containing up to 45 athletes. New Zealand Academy teams play touring Australian teams, April each year, with final selection of the New Zealand Academy teams being reduced to 24 athletes at the start of April each year. With limitations on programmes delivered in the South Island, talented players identified in the regions of Christchurch and Otago will be provided with Academy development staff and programme in place of the Youth Competition. The opportunity then exists for a fast track entry into the AFL New Zealand Academy as a wild card entrant. Academy athletes will participate in skill development, athletic testing and measurement, game play and personal development. Further opportunities arising from the AFL New Zealand Academy include, selection into New Zealand Academy teams, AFL New Zealand National Combine selection, access to talent scouts and AFL International Scholarships.


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New Zealand Rob Malone Justin Davies Chris Mundell

HEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH

#

MANAGER RUNNER PHYSIO

Howard Gilbert Fraser Worthington Chris Johns

FULL NAME

CLUB

REGION

1

Misilifi Faimalo

North City Demons

Wellington

2

Te Kopa Tipene Thomas

North Shore Tigers

Waikato

4

Dean Staunton

Southern Districts FC

Northern Territory

8

Jay Johnson

Eastern Blues

Canterbury

9

Samuel McKenzie

Mt Roskill Saints

Auckland

10

Andrew Howison

Dromana FC

Melbourne

11

Heta Scarf Matthews

Otago Riot

Auckland

12

Mykelti Lefau

Casey Demons

Melbourne

13

Jonathan Macanawai

Western Magpies

Brisbane

15

Declan Honan-Crann

Waitakere Magpies

Waitakere

16

James McKenzie

Mt Roskill Saints

Auckland

18

Brad Mavor

Christchurch Bulldogs

Canterbury

19

Blake Nahu

Central Giants

Waikato

20

Ronald Hawke

North Adelaide FC

Adelaide

21

Barclay Miller

St Kilda Fc

Melbourne

22

Will Gregson

Dromana FC

Melbourne

23

Carlos Donnell-Brown

Waitakere Magpies

Waitakere

24

Alex Awatere

North City Demons

Wellington

25

Ty Smith

North Shore Tigers

North Harbour

28

Josh Morgan-Ranui

North City Demons

Wellington

30

Josh Allen

Northern Suns

Bay of Plenty

40

Simon Black

Brisbane Lions

Brisbane

43

Harison Manks

University Blues

Auckland

50

Brendan Clark

Hinterland Blues FC

Sunshine Coast

60

William Kempt

Wellington City Saints

Wellington

24 April 2018, 11.30am // Westpac Stadium GOALS

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GOALS

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AFL Academy 21st Intake Level 1 HEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH

Luke Power Nick Dal Santo Glen Jakovich Travis Cloke

TALENT MANAGER Kevin Sheehan PHYSIO Nick Ames PHYSIO Nick Wilson DOCTOR Laura Lallenec

#

NAME

STATE

1

Kysaiah Pickett

South Australia

2

Rhai Arn Cox

Western Australia

3

Connor Budarick

Queensland

4

Caleb Serong

Victoria

5

Jack Mohony

Victoria

6

Matthew Rowell

Victoria

7

Hewago Paul-Oea

Queensland

8

Deven Robertson

Western Australia

9

Cameron Taheny

South Australia

10

Dylan Stephens

South Australia

11

Sam Flanders

Victoria

12

Hayden Young

Victoria

13

Dylan Williams

Victoria

14

Cooper Stephens

Victoria

15

Noah Anderson

Victoria

16

Joshua Rayner

NSW

17

Jamieson Rossiter

Victoria

18

Brodie Kemp

Victoria

19

Liam Delahunty

NSW

21

Fischer McAsey

Victoria

22

Emerson Jeka

Victoria

23

Mitch O'Neill

Tasmania

26

Anthony Davis

Western Australia

26

Jack Buller

Western Australia

31

Andrew Courtney

Victoria

Notes


New Zealand youth girls Mitchell Ryan Alastair Maisey Peter Geale

HEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH

#

Francisco Serrano Melissa White Leah Brennan

MANAGER MANAGER PHYSIO

FULL NAME

REGION

SCHOOL

5

Taylor Rademeyer

Auckland

Pukekohe High School

7

Alyssa Clemas

Waitakere

Green Bay High School

31

Shaiah Te Paiho

Wellington

Tawa College

33

Caitlin Hannah

Harbour

Albany Junior High School

34

Emma Collins

Waitakere

Massey High School

36

Chelsea Young

Counties

Pukekohe High School

37

Jolyn Collins

Waitakere

Massey High School

39

Buell Verkade

Harbour

Whangaparaoa College

41

Abigail Cotton

Harbour

Kingsway School

42

Jaimee Wyatt

Harbour

Westlake Girls High School

44

Petra Milne

Otago

Otago Girls High School

45

Valentina Serrano

Auckland

Baradene College

46

Kylie McGahan

Harbour

Westlake Girls High School

47

Sydney Gill

Wellington

Tawa College

49

Archie-Leigh Russell

Counties

Howick College

50

Brianna Groube

Counties

Pakuranga College

51

Georgia Leonard

Waitakere

Green Bay High School

52

Killarney Morey

Auckland

Epsom Girls Grammar School

54

Maia Sciarone

Harbour

Westlake Girls High School

53

Sam Lightfoot

Wellington

Sacred Heart

Game 1 // 22 April 2018, 10.00am // hutt park GOALS

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GOALS

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mornington peninsula youth girls Peter Mantell Meaghan McKinnon

HEAD COACH TEAM MANAGER

#

Jodie Hosking

TRAINER

FULL NAME

CLUB

1

Mollie Radford

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

2

Sarah Hosking

Somerville Junior Football Club

3

Paige Stone

Dromana Junior Football Club

4

Jemma Radford

Pearcedale Baxter Junior Football Club

5

Rilee McManamny

Somerville Junior Football Club

6

Taylah Bourne

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

7

Kirsten Amedeo

Rye Junior Football Club

8

Kobi Walker

Rye Junior Football Club

9

Sheila Buckley

Beleura Junior Football Club

10

Maddy Peach

Somerville Junior Football Club

11

Tyla Irving

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

12

Taylor Kikidopoulos

Rye Junior Football Club

13

Tegan Chalmers

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

14

Amelia Congreve

Somerville Junior Football Club

15

Yolunda Hura

Sorrento Junior Football Club

16

Niamh Noonan

Sorrento Junior Football Club

17

Katahna Demooy

Somerville Junior Football Club

18

Emalee McKinnon

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

19

Sophie Beagley

Rye Junior Football Club

20

Paris Wilden

Mt Martha Junior Football Club

21

Isabella Mitsikas

Rye Junior Football Club

22

Lily Milsom

Beleura Junior Football Club

23

Darcy McLaren

Beleura Junior Football Club

26

Ella Gailbraith

Rosebud Junior Football Club

Game 2 // 24 April 2018, 9.00am // westpac stadium GOALS

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GOALS

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AFL New Zealand academy level 1 Reyne Westbury Shannon Wall Dean Smith

HEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH

#

Gregor Kempt Isaac Snell

MANAGER PHYSIO

FULL NAME

t

REGION

SCHOOL

1

Xavier Mexted

Northland

Whangarei Boys High School

2

Joel Hetherington

Auckland

Kingsway School

3

James Scott

Auckland

Northcote College

4

Bom Verkade

Auckland

Whangaparaoa College

6

Xavier Bryham

Auckland

Orewa College

8

Alexander Kempt

Wellington

St Pats Silverstream

9

Angus Hammett

Canterbury

St Bedes College

10

Cameron Kerr

Wellington

Palmerston North Boys

11

Jaydn Robson

Wellington

Aotea college

12

Hari Below

Wellington

Heretaunga College

13

Joseph Cole

Wellington

Aotea College

14

Spencer Jones

Auckland

Long Bay College

17

Will Roff

Wellington

Scots College

18

Bailee Laurenson

Wellington

Wellington College

19

Connor Hotton

Canterbury

St Thomas of Canterbury

20

Rico Tuhua

Wellington

Upper Hutt College

21

Ryan Awatere

Wellington

Aotea College

22

George Hopkins

Wellington

Wellington College

23

Luke Lentner

Counties

Rosehill College

28

Campbell Cleall

Canterbury

St Bedes College

29

Josh Wiltshire

Canterbury

St Bedes College

33

Jack Mead

Counties

Onewhero Area School

34

Jacob Nyman

Canterbury

St Thomas of Canterbury

48

William Anderson

Wellington

Wellington College

Game 1 // 22 April 2018, 11.45am // Hutt Park GOALS

BEHINDS

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QTR

1st 2nd 3rd Final

GOALS

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Mornington peninsula u14 boys Andrew Souter Carol Buckley TBC

HEAD COACH TEAM MANAGER TRAINER

#

FIRST NAME

SCHOOL

1

Taj Andrewartha

Hastings Junior Football Club

2

Finn Emile-Brennan

Rye Junior Football Club

3

Ignatz Blacker

Balnarring Junior Football Club

4

Henry Hustwaite

Rosebud Junior Football Club

5

Alan Alexander

Beleura Junior Football Club

6

Nicholas Collier

Dromana Junior Football Club

7

Thomas Buckley

Hastings Junior Football Club

8

Cooper Howie

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

9

Josh Whicher

Beleura Junior Football Club

13

Fox Handley

Sorrento Junior Football Club

14

Joel Vincent

Somerville Junior Football Club

15

Caiden Sonnevald

Balnarring Junior Football Club

16

Toby Dilorio

Hastings Junior Football Club

17

Luke Frampton

Red Hill Junior Football Club

18

Cooper Miles

Somerville Junior Football Club

19

Riley Simpson

Somerville Junior Football Club

21

Ronan Voight

South Mornington Junior Football Club

22

Max O'Neill

Hastings Junior Football Club

24

Kyle De Ruyter

South Mornington Junior Football Club

25

Isaac Cullen

Balnarring Junior Football Club

26

Ben Fisher

Rosebud Junior Football Club

27

Benn Hall

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

28

Ethan Vagg

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

29

Ryan Bennett

South Mornington Junior Football Club

Game 2 // 24 April 2018, 1.00pm // Hutt Park GOALS

BEHINDS

PTS

QTR

1st 2nd 3rd Final

GOALS

BEHINDS

PTS


AFLNZ academy level 2 Izaak Williams Shane Goodwin Keegan Mcauley

HEAD COACH ASSISTANT COACH ASSISTANT COACH

#

MANAGER PHYSIO

FULL NAME

Renaldo Christians Liam Wong

REGION

SCHOOL

3

Bradley Moloney

Counties

Rosehill College

10

Quinn Pocock

Auckland

Western Springs College

11

Douglas McJorrow

Wellington

Scots College

12

Isaac Hilliam

Wellington

Tawa College

24

Blake Williamson

Northland

Whangarei Boys High School

26

Ethan Halton

Counties

Rosehill College

27

Sam Anderson

Canterbury

St Bede's College

29

Finn Moffat

Canterbury

St Bede's College

30

Layton Cahill

Canterbury

Shirley Boys High School

31

Shayden Jones-Codlin

Northland

Whangarei Boys High School

39

Beren Goodwin

Wellington

Raphael House

40

Jevaan Croft

Counties

Alfriston College

41

Jonah Christians

Wellington

Scots College

42

Kieran Charlton

Canterbury

St Thomas of Canterbury

43

Ronan Morling

Counties

Rosehill College

44

Luke Williams

Counties

Pakuranga College

49

Luke de Roo

Canterbury

St Bedes College

51

Samuel Warton

Auckland

Kristin School

52

Maxwell Milne

Otago

Otago Boys High School

53

Manny Snooks

Northland

Whangarei Boys High School

54

Liam Mayes

Auckland

Rosmini College

55

Levi Boyd

Auckland

Rutherford College

56

Caleb MacPherson

Canterbury

Papanui High School

59

Kynan Stowers-Smith

Canterbury

St Bede's College

Game 1 // 22 April 2018, 1.30pm // hutt park GOALS

BEHINDS

PTS

QTR

1st 2nd 3rd Final

GOALS

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Mornington peninsula U15/u16 Boys Peter Williamson Lance Wood

HEAD COACH TEAM MANAGER

#

Paul Bryan

TRAINER

NAME

CLUB

1

Jarrod Gatt

Beleura Junior Football Club

2

Mitchell Barnes

Rye Junior Football Club

3

Taj Barber

Sorrento Junior Football Club

4

Daniel Brennan

Beleura Junior Football Club

5

Ben Tincknell

Somerville Junior Football Club

6

Tom Dalgleish

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

7

Liam Wood

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

8

Sam Gooda

Beleura Junior Football Club

9

Luke Settineri

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

10

William Walker

South Mornington Junior Football Club

11

Jye Ashard

Beleura Junior Football Club

12

Adam Harris

Balnarring Junior Football Club

13

Jarvis Espie

Sorrento Junior Football Club

14

Jayden Adams

Beleura Junior Football Club

15

Dante Selek

Sorrento Junior Football Club

16

Callum Culton

Pearcedale/Baxter Junior Football Club

17

Aiden Hinson

Somerville Junior Football Club

18

Marcus Mantell

Somerville Junior Football Club

19

Alexander Robertson

Sorrento Junior Football Club

21

Bradley Miller

Hastings Junior Football Club

22

Max Scott

South Mornington Junior Football Club

23

Cooper Bryan

Beleura Junior Football Club

24

Ben Hickson

Beleura Junior Football Club

25

Michael Dickson

Beleura Junior Football Club

Game 2 // 24 April 2018, 2.45pm // hutt park GOALS

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QTR

1st 2nd 3rd Final

GOALS

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