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Victorian Female Under-18 National Championships squad announced

Cricket Victoria have today announced the final Female Under-18 squad for next month's National Championships in Canberra.

Thirteen of the state's most talented girls have been selected following numerous training sessions, camps and practice matches that commenced back in June at the MCG.

The squad features two current Commonwealth Bank VicSpirit players in Nicole Faltum and Annabel Sutherland, as well as three emergency players on standby. 

Throughout the program, players have had access to the State High Performance team, including Strength & Conditioning coaches, nutrition specialists and sports psychology professionals.

Players also partook in a leadership session with the VicSpirit squad where they learned from the state's leading female cricketers, with selected players invited to train in the VicSpirit emerging players squad.

The National Championships will run from November 27 to December 6 in Canberra, and feature separate Twenty20 and One-Day competitions for the first time.

 

Victoria Under-18 squad

(Name - Pathway Region, Club) 

Tiana Atkinsons - South East Country Sharks, Prahran

Maddi Baird - North East Country Knights, St Patricks North Albury

Teagan Brett - Northern Rivers, Prahran

Olivia Downes - Northern Falcons, Melbourne Cricket Club

Nicole Faltum - Gippsland Pride, Dandenong

Bella Gietzmann - Inner South East Scorpions, Box HIll

Zoe Griffiths - Inner East Emus, Box Hill

Alyssa Humphries - Western Waves, Essendon Maribyrnong Park

Erika Quinn - Inner South East Scorpions, Coburg

Annabel Sutherland - Inner South East Scorpions, Prahran

Sophie Van De Heuvel - Central Highlanders, Essendon Maribyrnong Park

Jordan Watson - South East Country Sharks, Melbourne Cricket Club

Izzy Weber - Inner South East Scorpions, Box Hill

 

Emergencies

(Name - Pathway Region, Club)

Georgia Kerr - Central Highlanders, Prahran

Jessica Matin - Southern Pioneers, Dandenong

Thensushi Perera - Southern Pioneers, Dandenong

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