AFLW State of Origin U18s Allies squad confirmed

2018 GWS GIANTS recruit, Alicia Eva and Allies player, Katie Brennan in their State of Origin guernseys. Image courtesy of the Herald Sun.


In a year of firsts for the AFL Women’s competition, the first ever AFLW State of Origin match will take place on 2 September 2017 in Melbourne.

The match between Victoria and the Allies (all other states) will play out at Etihad Stadium as a part of the the ‘Celebration of Football’, which will take place over the ‘Bye Week’ ahead of the AFL Finals series.

The Allies squad will include AFL NSW/ACT players, Erin McKinnon and Renee Tomkins. Also selected in the Allies team is their GWS GIANTS teammate, Emma Swanson who hails from Western Australia. For Victoria, GWS GIANTS AFLW players, Jess Dal Pos and 2018 GIANTS newcomer, Alicia Eva have also been selected.

As the curtain-raiser to this match, an Under 18 State of Origin game will also be played between the same teams. The AFL have now confirmed the Allies squad to take on the Vics, which includes five AFL NSW/ACT players.

Georgia Breward (Grafton Tigers), Alyce Parker (Thurgoona), Haneen Zreika (Auburn-Penrith GIANTS), Jordyn Jolliffe (Woorinen) and Ellie Dalgarno Fixter (Riverina Lions) have all been selected following their selection in the AFLW Under 18 All Australia squad in July.

The curtain-raiser match will commence at 5.20pm at Etihad Stadium prior to the senior match at 7.40pm. The NAB AFL Women’s State of Origin match will be broadcast live nationally on the Seven Network and on FOXTEL/FOX FOOTY. Entry to the match will be free of charge

You could win a chance to meet your favourite AFL Women’s players at the State of Origin match – head to the AFL Women’s website for more details.


Courtney Hodder        Peel Thunderbirds

Ruby Blair                  Coolangatta

Eloise Jones                Glenelg

Nikki Gore                  Christies Beach

Georgia Breward        Grafton Tigers

Alyce Parker               Thurgoona

Kate Bartlett               Peel Thunderbirds

McKenzie Dowrick    Coastal Titans

Jemma Abbott              Maroochydore

Danielle Ponter           St Mary’s

Gabby Collingwood   University of Queensland

Sophie Conway           Zillmere Eagles

Tarni White                Coorparoo

Haneen Zreika            Auburn Giants

Kalinda Howarth        Coolangatta

Lauren Bella               Bakers Creek Tigers

Courteney Bromage    Yeronga

Rosie Deegan              South Fremantle

Tayla McAuliffe         Swan Districts

Jordyn Jolliffe            Woorinen

Sabreena Duffy           Peel Thunderbirds

Sonia Dorizzi              West Perth

Kitara Farrar               South Cairns Cutters

Emily McGuire           Swan Districts

Arianna Clarke           Coolangatta

Jessica Allan               Salisbury

Ellie Dalgarno Fixter  Riverina Lions


Georgia Gee                Dandenong Stingrays

Aisling Tupper            Bendigo Pioneers

Mia King                     East Launceston

Tyla Hanks                 Gippsland Power

Denby Taylor              Geelong Falcons

Emerson Woods         Eastern Ranges

Madison Prespakis       Calder Cannons

Molly Warburton        Calder Cannons

GeorgiaPatrikios        Calder Cannons

Maddy Guerin            Northern Knights

Olivia Vesely              Sandringham Dragons

Lucy McEvoy             Geelong Falcons

Courtney Jones           Dandenong Stingrays

Darcy Guttridge          Gippsland Power

Jordyn Allen               Dandenong Stingrays

Rebecca Webster        Murray Bushrangers

Eden Zanker               Bendigo Pioneers

Bridie Kennedy           Dandenong Stingrays

Georgia Ricardo         Sandringham Dragons

Georgia Clarke           GWV Rebels

Rene Caris                  GWV Rebels

Olivia Purcell             Geelong Falcons

Iilish Ross                   Murray Bushrangers

Olivia Flanagan          Eastern Ranges

Daria Bannister          Launceston

Georgia McPherson    Eastern Ranges