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Gold Stars 2022 squad list announced

The North Queensland Toyota Gold Stars will head into their third QRLW season boasting eight NRLW contracted players, six NRL All-Stars and a squad full of homegrown talent.

The squad of 30, which includes 14 women from Townsville, 12 from Mackay and four from Cairns, will open their regular season on Sunday, March 27 against the Tweed Seagulls at Piggabeen Sports Complex.

With an average age of just 23, five players are still available for selection in the under 19 Women’s National Carnival later this year.  

More than 40% of the 30-woman squad identify as Indigenous, including 2022 All-Stars Jasmine Peters, Rhiannon Revell-Blair, Tahlulah Tillett, Shaniah Power and Sarah Field.

North Queenslanders will get plenty of opportunities to watch the Gold Stars in 2022, with a game each in Cairns and Mackay and three in Townsville, including two Cowboys curtain raisers at Queensland Country Bank Stadium in Round 2 (March 19) and Round 7 (April 23) of the NRL Premiership.

>>> Gold Stars 2022 season draw

Squad list

Emily Bella

Madelin Brosnan

Zoe Cook

Kortney Deguara

Rangimarie Edwards-Bruce (NRLW - Newcastle Knights)

Sarah Field

Alisha Foord

Katie Green (NRLW - Newcastle Knights)

Maddison Hegarty

Aerielle Hobbler

Samara Luta

Jordii Mahendrarajah

Emma Manzelmann (NRLW - Newcastle Knights)

Alicia Martin

Stephanie Mooka

Lauren Moss (NRLW - Gold Coast Titans)

Jordan Neal

Babetha Nona

Mateeka Nielson

Theophelia Nona Mosby

Jasmine Peters (NRLW - Gold Coast Titans)

Shaniah Power (NRLW - Gold Coast Titans)

Tiana Power

Rhiannon Revell-Blair

Lauren Sallis

Kayla Shepherd

Elle Stitt

Romy Teitzel (NRLW - Newcastle Knights)

Tahlulah Tillett (NRLW - Newcastle Knights)

Brooke Tongalea

Acknowledgement of Country

North Queensland Cowboys respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.