The North Queensland Toyota Gold Stars have announced their 2022 satellite squads ahead of March’s QRLW season kickoff.
Consisting of 70 of the brightest female talent in North Queensland, the three bases (Cairns, Townsville and Mackay) are made up of returning Gold Stars, Harvey Norman Under 19s players and development prospects.
With an average age of just 21-years-old, the extended squads will train through until early January, when a three-day camp will be held in Townsville to reduce the group to 30 players.
More than 60% of the three squads identify as Indigenous, with several players having already been scouted as possible Indigenous All Stars ahead of next February’s fixture in Sydney.
Gold Stars 2022 satellite squads
|Aerielle Hobbler||Alisha Foord||Adele Ginns|
|Angela Barley||Anna-Mina Bin-Awel||Alicia Martin|
|Ashlyn Skeene||April Major||Ataliah Love|
|Brooke Tongalea||Babetha Nona||Casey Manzelmann|
|Etuina Suavai||Brandy Yallop||Charlie Jackson|
|Hagiga Mosby||Briana Shillingsworth||Deborah Barchard|
|Jarketta Smith||Emma Wood||Elle Stitt|
|Kaiyla Ward||Jacinta Maurangi||Emily Bella|
|Montana Mook-Kusu||Jairel-Ellen Martin-Savage||Emma Manzelmann|
|Shantelle Ale||Jordan Neal||Imogen Healy|
|Stephanie Mooka||Jordii Finch-Mahendrarajah||India MacPhee|
|Tahlulah Tillett||Lauren Sallis||Jasmine Peters|
|Tessa Hart||Maddison Hegarty||Katie Green|
|Mateeka Nielson||Kayla Shepherd|
|Montaya Hudson||Keegan Irelandes|
|Niquita Peters||Kortney Deguara|
|Prue Peters||Kya Mooney|
|Raylyn Lita||Lauren Moss|
|Rhiannon Revell-Blair||Layla Fauid|
|Romy Teitzel||Levinia Robinson|
|Samara Luta||Madelin Brosnan|
|Sarah Field||Melody Tass|
|Sareka Mooka||Mikaela Gee|
|Tamika Bray||Rangimarie Edwards Bruce|
|Theophelia Mosby||Shanya Milburn|
|Tiana Power||Vanique Malayta|
|Shaniah Power||Xanthe Topping|
|Tiyanna Trevaskis||Zoe Aitken|