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Queensland Under 19 women’s team named

Queensland Rugby League has today announced the Queensland Under 19 women’s squad to play New South Wales at Redcliffe on July 13.

Former Queensland and Australian representative Deanna Turner will have the responsibility of guiding the young Queenslanders, who enter camp on the Sunshine Coast this Friday.

Turner will be assisted by Maia Tua-Davidson and Meg Ward, with the experienced trio nurturing the emerging talent alongside Harvey Norman Queensland Maroons coach Tahnee Norris.

This team was selected following the Harvey Norman Women’s National Championships on the Gold Coast, as well as the BMD Premiership and Harvey Norman Under 19s competitions.

The interstate clash will be played at Kayo Stadium on July 13, kicking off at 5.45pm; the Queensland Under 19 men's game will be played after this.

Queensland Under 19 team

Name Club/s
Alyssa McCarthy Wynnum Manly Seagulls/Brisbane Broncos
Chantay Kiria-Ratu Souths Logan Magpies/Gold Coast Titans
Delaney Claridge Central Queensland Capras
Destiny Mino-Sinapati Wynnum Manly Seagulls/Gold Coast Titans
Ebony Raftstrand-Smith NSWRL Canterbury Bulldogs/North Queensland Cowboys
Emily Bella Mackay Cutters
Helen Uitualagi Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Jacinta Carter NSWRL Newcastle Knights/Newcastle Knights
Libby Surha Mackay Cutters/North Queensland Cowboys
Lily Kolc Burleigh Bears/Gold Coast Titans
Lily Peacock Mackay Cutters/North Queensland Cowboys
Malaela Su'a Brisbane Tigers/Gold Coast Titans
Prue Peters Wynnum Manly Seagulls
Rilee Jorgensen Burleigh Bears/Gold Coast Titans
Shaylee Joseph NSWRL Central Coast Roosters/North Queensland Cowboys
Sienna Laing Burleigh Bears/Gold Coast Titans
Sienna Lofipo Wynnum Manly Seagulls/Gold Coast Titans
Skyla Adams NSWRL Indigenous Roosters/Brisbane Broncos
Tavarna Papalii NSWRL Indigenous Roosters/Sydney Roosters


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