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GCRV

SGI NSW Cup
No, she was the centre, slight build and a terrier in defence, who wore headgear and is the sister to Raceane the halfback and captain
I remember her. Good player a couple of years ago but they moved from a skill, agility and speed based game to a power based game. So I guess she wouldn't be any good anymore. In the GF 2 years ago, Roosters big outside backs running hard dominated our much smaller outside backs.
 

AyiosYiorgos

SGI Jersey Flegg
I remember her. Good player a couple of years ago but they moved from a skill, agility and speed based game to a power based game. So I guess she wouldn't be any good anymore. In the GF 2 years ago, Roosters big outside backs running hard dominated our much smaller outside backs.
I was a fan, just googled her, she sat out last year due to some personal issue's, looks like that might be the reason she isn't playing.
 

GCRV

SGI NSW Cup
St George Illawarra has 10 players in the 20 of the NSW team. As far as I know that isn't the extended squad. They have 20 players in the team, not 17.

Women’s State of Origin U19s: NSW team analysis​

Indie Bostock​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Dragons/Illawarra Steelers
  • Junior Club/School: Stingrays of Shellharbour/Warilla High School
  • Scoring tries runs in the family. The younger sister of Dolphins winger Jack Bostock, the Dragons centre scored 13 tries in six games for the Steelers before winning the Tarsha Gale Cup with the side back in April.

Maria Paseka​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Dragons/Illawarra Steelers
  • School: Illawarra Sports High School
  • The speedy winger is rising the grades at the Dragons and is one of 10 players from the Steelers Tarsha Gale Cup winning side.

Evie McGrath​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club/School: St Mary Star of The Sea
  • A star of the schoolgirls competition, the Shellharbour Stingrays product rekindles her successful halves partnership with Steelers teammate, Kasey Reh.

Kasey Reh​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club/School: Figtree High School
  • The exciting halfback was named player of the series after guiding the Steelers as captain to the Tarsha Gale Cup premiership. She has recently signed a three-year deal with the Dragons, and is the niece of former NRL stars Brett and Glenn Stewart.

Chelsea Savill​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Shellharbour Stingrays
  • A crafty young dummy half from the Illawarra who joins her Steelers teammates in the state side after winning the Tarsha Gale Cup premiership.

Hope Millard​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Corrimal Cougars
  • It’s been a big few months for the daughter of former NRL player Shane Millard, who earns her NSW under-19s jersey after winning the under-19s state comp.

Charlotte Basham​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club/School: Corrimal Cougars/Illawarra Sports High School
  • The former Australian schoolgirls forward made her NRLW debut at 18 last year and is on track for more game time in 2024.

Ella Koster​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Shellharbour Stingrays
  • The talented 18-year-old was the youngest player to represent the Waratahs in the Super W competition back in 2022 at the age of 16. She made her NRLW debut with the Dragons in 2023 less than a week after turning 18.

Bronte Wilson​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Stringrays of Shellharbour
  • The 17-year-old Dragons star is the latest player to be granted an exemption to play NRLW before the age of 18, following in the footsteps from Knights halfback Jesse Southwell.

Sienna Yeo​

  • NRLW affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Corrimal Cougars
  • A cousin of NSW Blues forward Isaah Yeo, the Steelers lock has overcome injuries in recent seasons and has landed back on track with a Tarsha Gale Cup premiership.
 

Morgan

SGI NSW Cup
St George Illawarra has 10 players in the 20 of the NSW team. As far as I know that isn't the extended squad. They have 20 players in the team, not 17.

Women’s State of Origin U19s: NSW team analysis​

Indie Bostock​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Dragons/Illawarra Steelers
  • Junior Club/School: Stingrays of Shellharbour/Warilla High School
  • Scoring tries runs in the family. The younger sister of Dolphins winger Jack Bostock, the Dragons centre scored 13 tries in six games for the Steelers before winning the Tarsha Gale Cup with the side back in April.

Maria Paseka​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Dragons/Illawarra Steelers
  • School: Illawarra Sports High School
  • The speedy winger is rising the grades at the Dragons and is one of 10 players from the Steelers Tarsha Gale Cup winning side.

Evie McGrath​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club/School: St Mary Star of The Sea
  • A star of the schoolgirls competition, the Shellharbour Stingrays product rekindles her successful halves partnership with Steelers teammate, Kasey Reh.

Kasey Reh​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club/School: Figtree High School
  • The exciting halfback was named player of the series after guiding the Steelers as captain to the Tarsha Gale Cup premiership. She has recently signed a three-year deal with the Dragons, and is the niece of former NRL stars Brett and Glenn Stewart.

Chelsea Savill​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Shellharbour Stingrays
  • A crafty young dummy half from the Illawarra who joins her Steelers teammates in the state side after winning the Tarsha Gale Cup premiership.

Hope Millard​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Corrimal Cougars
  • It’s been a big few months for the daughter of former NRL player Shane Millard, who earns her NSW under-19s jersey after winning the under-19s state comp.

Charlotte Basham​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club/School: Corrimal Cougars/Illawarra Sports High School
  • The former Australian schoolgirls forward made her NRLW debut at 18 last year and is on track for more game time in 2024.

Ella Koster​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Shellharbour Stingrays
  • The talented 18-year-old was the youngest player to represent the Waratahs in the Super W competition back in 2022 at the age of 16. She made her NRLW debut with the Dragons in 2023 less than a week after turning 18.

Bronte Wilson​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Stringrays of Shellharbour
  • The 17-year-old Dragons star is the latest player to be granted an exemption to play NRLW before the age of 18, following in the footsteps from Knights halfback Jesse Southwell.

Sienna Yeo​

  • NRLW affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Corrimal Cougars
  • A cousin of NSW Blues forward Isaah Yeo, the Steelers lock has overcome injuries in recent seasons and has landed back on track with a Tarsha Gale Cup premiership.
Don't worry about it too much. Roosters will poach the best of them within 2 years.
 

Morgan

SGI NSW Cup
One thing we can take out of the U19s NRLW Origin game, if Dragons can keep most or all of half the NSW Origin team, the future will be bright for the NRLW team.
 

AyiosYiorgos

SGI Jersey Flegg
Women’s State of Origin U19s: NSW team analysis

Evie McGrath​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club/School: St Mary Star of The Sea
  • A star of the schoolgirls competition, the Shellharbour Stingrays product rekindles her successful halves partnership with Steelers teammate, Kasey Reh.

Chelsea Savill​

  • NRLW/state affiliate: Illawarra Steelers/Dragons
  • Junior Club: Shellharbour Stingrays
  • A crafty young dummy half from the Illawarra who joins her Steelers teammates in the state side after winning the Tarsha Gale Cup premiership.

These two have joined the Wests Tigers as Development Players..
 

AyiosYiorgos

SGI Jersey Flegg

DRAGONS ROUND 1 TEAM LIST​

1. Teagan Berry – sponsored by Professionals Padstow

2. Maatuleio Fotu-Moala – sponsored by HWLE

3. Keele Browne – sponsored by Security Mick

4. Bobbi Law – sponsored by Deicorp

5. Margot Vella – sponsored by Carlton & United Breweries

6. Zali Hopkins – sponsored by EFEX

7. Raecene McGregor (c) – sponsored by TripADeal

8. Angelina Teakaraanga-Katoa – sponsored by St George Bank

9. Sophie Clancy – sponsored by Novotel Wollongong Northbeach

10. Jamilee Bright – sponsored by CBC

11. Shenai Lendill – sponsored by Gearbox

12. Charlotte Basham – sponsored by HSE Global

13. Alexis Tauaneai – sponsored by Classic

Interchange​

14. Kasey Reh – sponsored by SMAI

15. Sara Sautia – sponsored by CHiQ

16. Bronte Wilson – sponsored by Squadron Energy

17. Steph Hancock – sponsored by Coca-Cola

Reserves​

18. Madison Mulhall

19. Alice Gregory

20. Kimberley Hunt

21. Tayla Curtis

22. Kaarla Cowan

CASUALTY WARD​

  • Ella Koster (shoulder, Rd 2-3)
  • Tyla King (Olympics, Rd 4)
 
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