THE NORTHERN Territory and Western Australia will host their respective NAB AFLW All-Stars matches this weekend.
The traditional NAB AFLW Under-18 Championships have been restructured this year due to restrictions around the COVID-19 pandemic, leading to state-based exhibition matches instead.
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The teams – selected by respective state coaches – are not restricted to those under the age of 18, also giving older players the opportunity to showcase their skills ahead of the NAB AFLW Draft on October 6.
Due to COVID-19, NSW/ACT and Victoria will not participate in this format.
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The achievements of Northern Territory natives Danielle Ponter (Adelaide) and Jasmyn Hewett (Gold Coast) have been recognised, with the pair lending their surnames to the two NT teams. Hewett will also play for her own side.
The NT match will be played on Friday, September 25, while Western Australia will take to the field the following day.
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Former Docker Tiah Haynes, Sarah Garstone and current Eagle Mhicca Carter will play for the WAFLW All-Stars team in the WA match, which is primarily made up of players born before or during the year 2000.
Their opponents will be the WA U18 All-Stars.
Check out the team lists via the links below.
|2020 NAB AFLW All Stars Fixture|
|11th Sept||6:45pm ACST /
|SA NAB AFLW All Stars
Team Marinoff 6.1 (37) v
Team Hatchard 3.8 (26)
|25th Sept||5:30pm ACST /
|NT NAB AFLW All Stars
Team Ponter v
|26th Sept||2:30pm AWST /
|WA NAB AFLW All Stars
Team Black v
|30th Sept||10:30am AEST||TAS NAB AFLW All Stars|
|4th Oct||1.00pm AEST||QLD NAB AFLW All Stars|
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