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Under-18s showcase locked in for Leichhardt standalone

Women's rugby league fans will get a glimpse of the future this Sunday at Leichhardt Oval when the St George Illawarra Under-18s development team will face their Sydney Roosters counterparts.

There are 17 reasons to hit the inner-west up early to see the young female Dragons strut their stuff, leading into St George Illawarra's NRLW Round 3 clash.

Dragons Women's Premiership development players Filomina Hanisi, Jaime Chapman, and Mareva Swann will lead the way, while the sisters of first graders Aaliyah Fasavalu-Fa'amausili and Shakiah Tungai –Ryshe and Rhiannon respectively – will also feature.

"Another exciting part of the first-ever standalone NRL Women's Premiership match in Sydney is our Under-18s development team – which is a mixture of our Steelers and St George Tarsha Gale teams," Dragons NRLW coach Daniel Lacey said.

"It gives the fans another chance to head to Leichhardt early and see our up-and-coming talent as well as what the future holds for women's rugby league."

St George Illawarra Under-18s team to face Sydney Roosters' Under-18s –

1. Keele Browne
2. Olivia Vale
3. Jaime Chapman
4. Mikayla Kidd
5. Teagan Berry
6. Riley Scott
7. Tiana Graham
8. Filomina Hanisi
8. Rhiannon Tungai
10. Eleni Amone
11. Chantel Tugaga
12. Anastacia Shum-Cottrell
13. Mareva Swann.


14. Holly Gatt
15. Nancy Misa
16. Ryshe Fasavalu-Fa'amausili
17. Emily Curtain

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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