The WACA is pleased to announce the players who have been invited into the WA Female U15 Development squad.
The U15 Development squad will be trimmed to 13 players who will then represent WA at the National u15 championships: Cricket Australia National U15 Championship – Canberra, February 2019. The Cricket Australia U15 Championships include a mix of 40 over matches and T20 matches. Strong performances here can lead to inclusion in National u15 development squads.
Poppy Stockwell South Perth CC, Rebecca McGrath Bicton CC, Chloe Ainsworth Canning Vale JCC, Katie Leonard Wembley CC, Evelyn Brock Wembley CC, Claudia Duane Dunsborough CC (South West Regional), Isabelle Plowman Albany Kings (Great Southern), Sienna Ryan South Perth JCC, Michelle Tsengo Rockingham Mandurah CC, Phoebe Wardell - Johnson Bateman CC, Sienna Styles Rockingham Mandurah CC, Tyler Jones South Perth JCC, Kristen Jones Warwick Greenwood JCC, Georgia Blackbeard Bateman CC, Gemma Evans Midland – Guildford CC, Samantha Pope Willetton JCC, Lauren Thompson Melville CC, Kelsey Haselby Midland – Guildford CC, Saffron Mollett Rockingham Mandurah CC, Monica Rallabhandi South Perth JCC, Loren Russo South Perth JCC, Jean McKinlay South Perth JCC, Ella Stewart Wembley CC, Indiana Squiers Bicton CC (Wheatbelt)
DATE: October – Mid December 2018 (1 x session per week)
STAFFING: Head Coach: Orazio Santalucia Specialist Coaches: TBC
SQUAD SIZE: 24 players (inc 3 from regional WA)
WA U15 Team Announcement: December (TBC) - 13 to represent WACA at national carnival State Squad to then train from Mid-December to February in preparation for the National Carnival (1 x session/week)
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: - Skill development - Match Awareness - Strength and Conditioning