Nine players selected to play for WA Country

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South West Slammers WABL players Jack Flynn, Cody Bell, Brayden Jones, Taj Cross, Rhys Barrett, Devan Craig, Rohan Stokes, Leah York, Zaya Black and Annika Luff have all been picked in the under-16 Country WA squads for next month's national championships in Queensland.
Camera IconSouth West Slammers WABL players Jack Flynn, Cody Bell, Brayden Jones, Taj Cross, Rhys Barrett, Devan Craig, Rohan Stokes, Leah York, Zaya Black and Annika Luff have all been picked in the under-16 Country WA squads for next month's national championships in Queensland. Credit: Mitchell Woodcock / South Western Times

The South West will be heavily represented at July’s Under-16 Australian Junior Championships after nine players were selected across Country WA’s two teams.

Cody Bell, Devan Craig, Taj Cross, Brayden Jones (Bunbury) Rhys Barrett (Australind), Rohan Stokes and Jack Flynn (Busselton) were all chosen in the boys team.

South West Slammers men’s coach Carl Catalano will lead the side.

Zaya Black (Bunbury) and Leah York (Australind) were picked in the girls team, with Annika Luff (Busselton) picked as a reserve.

All the South West representatives play for the Printsync South West Slammers in the WA Basketball League.

Teams from across Australia will meet to play for Australian honours in the annual competition.

The championships will be held from July 6 to 13 at the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.

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