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DEPPRO WA State 18s v Victoria MetroFriday, June 16, 2017 - 2:23 PM

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The DEPPRO WA State 18s play Victoria Metro at 11am at Domain Stadium this Sunday, June 18 in their second game of the NAB AFL National 18s Championships.
 
The team is coming off a thrilling golden-point win in their opening game of the Championships against South Australia at Domain Stadium last Saturday.

After building a 31-point lead in the first three quarters, WA saw the margin cut back with five consecutive goals to South Australia before East Perth's Matt Young marked inside 50 and kicked a point to seal the win in extra time.

West Perth's Oscar Allen led the way on the scoreboard for WA with three goals, while Taryce Stewart (Swan Districts) added two.

Brayden Ainsworth (Subiaco), Ian Hill (Perth), Sydney Stack (Perth), Matt Young (East Perth) and Brandon Starcevich (East Perth) all kicked one goal each.

Ainsworth was also WA's leading possession getter with 26, followed by Tom Joyce (East Fremantle) 21, Jake Patmore (Claremont) 19, and Callan England (Claremont) 18.

Entry this Sunday is free via Gate 26 from 10.30am. Wheelchair and pram access is through Gate 4. Public seating will be available in the two tier stand from blocks 103 – 113, 207 – 213 and 303 – 308. 

Domain Stadium venue map

Photo: Exciting WA forward Ian Hill (Daniel Carson / AFL Media) 

 

TEAMS

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

Backs - 24. Durak Tucker  27. Sam Taylor  18. Zareth Roe

H Backs - 17. Jaxon Cahill  29. Aaron Naughton  6. Jarrod Cameron

Centres - 3. Tom Joyce  22. Kyron Hayden  13. Gordon Narrier

H Fwds - 21. Matt Young  25. Oscar Allen  8. Sydney Stack

Fwds - 20. Brandon Starcevich  28. Ben Miller  2. Ian Hill

Followers - 31. Jonathan Frampton  11. Callum England  9. Jake. Patmore

Interchange - 19. Christian Ameduri  35. Louis Miller  15. Brayden Ainsworth  16. Jordan Boullineau  10. Connor West   4. Lachlan Mitchell (Emg)  26. Chris Scott (Emg)     

VICTORIA METRO

Backs - 3 Ethan Penrith  29 Harrison Nolan  11 Ryley Stoddart

H Backs - 8 Joel Garner  28 Noah Balta  6 Dylan Landt

Centres - 14 Jack Petruccelle  17 Adam Cerra  5 Patrick Naish

H Fwds - 18 Curtis Taylor  27 Toby Wooller  23 Jaidyn Stephenson

Fwds - 2 Jack Higgins  30 Hayden McLean  1 Dylan Moore

Followers - 37 Sam Hayes  19 Cameron Rayner  13 Trent Mynott

Interchange - 12 Callum Searle  25 Nicholas Coffield  15 Angus Styles  26 Mitchell Podhajski  36 Tristan Xerri  22 Riley Jones  16 Thomas North                            

 

AFL NATIONAL 18s CHAMPIONSHIP FIXTURES & RESULTS

Saturday, June 10, WA v SA at Domain Stadium

WA      2.4       6.7       10.12   10.14 (74)

SA       2.2       5.3       6.5       10.13 (73)

WA Goals: Allen 3,  Stewart 2, Hill, Stack, Ainsworth, Starcevich, Young 1. WA Best: Ainsworth, Taylor, Joyce, Naughton, Frampton, Young. SA Goals: Rankine, Houlahan, Fogarty 2, Rowe, Giro, Rozee, Lukosius 1. SA Best: Rozee, Coleman-Jones, Howson, Edwards, Rankine, McCarthy

Sunday, June 18, 11am – WA v Vic Metro at Domain Stadium
Sunday, June 25, 12.30pm – WA v Allies at Leederville Oval
Friday, June 30, 3.05pm – WA v Vic Country at Etihad Stadium