SWFL women’s team confirmed for country week

Justin FrisSouth Western Times
Ebony Bilcich breaks a tackle while on duty for the SWFL against an All-Stars side in Mandurah last year. Bilcich is one of several quality players picked in this year's squad.
Camera IconEbony Bilcich breaks a tackle while on duty for the SWFL against an All-Stars side in Mandurah last year. Bilcich is one of several quality players picked in this year's squad. Credit: Daniel Wilkins

The SWFL has announced its women’s squad for the 2019 Female Country Football Championships in Perth next month.

Coached by Michelle Harris, the SWFL will play its four round-robin matches in two days at Anning Park in Cockburn – which begin on Saturday, July 6.

2019 Alcoa SWFL women’s team: Bunbury – Kloe Bassett, Ruby Mahony, Courtney Babich, Bronwyn Walker; Busselton – Angela Williamson, Tessa Keane, Liana Perrella, Renni Sansom, Beth Beckett; Collie Eagles – Jonelle Blackford; Eaton Boomers –Jessica Ruland, Demi Ashley, Rani McMillan; Harvey Bulls – Fleur Parker, Dena English, Doma Fedele, Lisa Worsfold, Zoe Worsfold, Harmony Staszewski-Hose; South Bunbury – Claudia Elward, Bethany Bond, Amber Boyd, Ebony Bilcich, Kate Fielding and Kiara Templeman.

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