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Women's water polo team announced for USA

26 April 2017

WATER POLO: Australian Head Coach Sakis Kechagias has selected his first Australian Women’s Water Polo Team to contest the up coming FINA World League Intercontinental Tournament in USA from 2-7 May.

The Tournament is a qualifier for the FINA World League Super Final in Shanghai from 6-11 June and will be an important stepping stone for the side on the road to the World Championships in late July.

Dual Olympian Rowie Webster will captain the side that features a strong mix of experience in youth, including Rio Olympians Isobel Bishop, Hannah Buckling and Keesja Gofers.

The Aussie Stingers are in camp at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) ahead of flying to California on Saturday 29 April.

Aussie Stingers Team

Name

State

Elle Armit

QLD

Isobel Bishop

NSW

Hannah Buckling

NSW

Keesja Gofers

NSW

Lillian Hedges

WA

Bridget Leeson Smith

QLD

Dana O’Leary

WA

Gabi Palm

QLD

Amy Ridge

NSW

Ashleigh Roberts

QLD

Tiana Sogaard Anderson

QLD

Rowie Webster

VIC

Alice Williams

QLD

 

Waterpolo Australia

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