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Dragons Women's Premiership representative honours

NRLW international representatives (alphabetical order):


Kezie Apps (2018-19)
Annette Brander (2018)
Shaylee Bent (2019)
Keeley Davis (2018-19)
Tiana Penitani (2019)
Jessica Sergis (2019)
Hannah Southwell (2018)
Shakiah Tungai (2019)
Botille Vette-Welsh (2019)
Holli Wheeler (2018-19)

New Zealand

Madison Bartlett (2022)
Maitua Feterika (2019)
Teuila Fotu-Moala (2019)
Honey Hireme (2018)
Page McGregor (2022)
Raecene McGregor (2018-23)
Tyla Nathan-Wong (2023)
Angelina Teakaraanga-Katoa (2023)


Maitua Feterika (2019)
Taylor-Adeline Mapusua (2023)
Sarah Togatuki (2019)


Tegan Dymock (2022)

NRLW State of Origin representatives (alphabetical order):

New South Wales Origin

Kezie Apps (2018-22)
Shaylee Bent (2020-22)
Sam Bremner (2018)
Keeley Davis (2021-22)
Quincy Dodd (2022)
Takilele Katoa (2019)
Isabelle Kelly (2020)
Rachael Pearson (2022)
Tiana Penitani (2019-20)
Talesha Quinn (2018)
Jessica Sergis (2019-20)
Hannah Southwell (2018)
Maddie Studdon (2019)
Emma Tonegato (2022)
Shakiah Tungai (2019)
Botille Vette-Welsh (2019)
Holli Wheeler (2018-21)

Queensland Origin

Annette Brander (2018)
Brittany Breayley (2019)
Steph Hancock (2020)
Stephanie Mooka (2019)

Acknowledgement of Country

St George Illawarra Dragons respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders peoples, where our games are played, our programs are conducted and in the communities we support.

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