State Titles – FMNC U12/U14s Girls Squads

August 7th, 2017

Football Mid North Coast is pleased to announce its Girls Under 12s and Under 14s squads to compete at the  Northern NSW Football State Titles which will be conducted in Coffs Harbour on September 16/17 & 18th.

The Northern NSW Football State Titles are an identification tournament for female players on the elite pathway.

Football Mid North Coast would like to thank all players/families involved with the selection of final squads.

Head coaches have training schedules already mapped out and will inform all shortly.

Under 12s (In no particular order)

Zoe Crilley

Sarah Garrett

Saffron Grass

Ginger Harrison

Demi Van Bilsen

Charlie Norton

Ava Ryan

Jessica Burns

Jessica Watts

Brindley White

Alira Knight

Leteesha Amato

Head Coach – Mick Grass

Assistant Coach – Courtney Anderson

Goalkeeper Coach – Michael Mikolajczyk

Under 14s (In no particular order)

Mia Bales

Susie Coster

Frances Duffy

Chelsea Hall

Kiana Osmond – Dreyer

Hayley Potts

Tahlia Power

Tia Schubert

Liberty Wares

Caitlin Horwood

Nicola Learoyd

Alyce Morn

Emma Shipperlee

Indi Simon

Head Coach – Abby Baker

Assistant coach – Jess Evans

Goalkeeper Coach – Michael Mikolajczyk

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