The Queensland Rugby League have today announced an extended Queensland under-19 womens squad for next month’s Origin clash.

The squad begin training this week in preparation for their game against New South Wales under-19 at Sunshine Coast Stadium on June 25.

Led by Broncos’ NRLW head coach Kelvin Wright, the side features 24 players who competed in the Women’s National Championships in Redcliffe.

The QRL Sapphires took out the tournament, defeating the QRL Rubys 16–4 in the final.

An under-18 women’s Origin game was first held in 2019 but was cancelled in 2019 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2021 Queensland under-19 extended squad
Destiny Brill (West Brisbane Panthers)
Zoe Cook (Mackay Cutters/NQ Gold Stars)
Jetaya Faifua (Burleigh Bears)
Jada Ferguson (Tweed Seagulls)
Traevonnah Fisher (Wide Bay Bulls)
Fiona Jahnke (West Brisbane Panthers)
Keilee Joseph (Sydney Roosters)
Sera Koroi (West Brisbane Panthers)
Ebony Laing (Burleigh Bears)
Hannah Larsson (West Brisbane Panthers)
Jordii Mahendrarajah (Townsville Blackhawks/NQ Gold Stars)
Tyesha Mikaio (West Brisbane Panthers)
April Ngatupuna (West Brisbane Panthers)
Emmanita Paki (CQ Capras)
Jasmine Peters (Mackay Cutters/NQ Gold Stars)
Tiana Raftstrand-Smith (Burleigh Bears)
Nakita Sao (West Brisbane Panthers)
Sara Sautia (West Brisbane Panthers)
Abelee Stanley (Tweed Seagulls)
Courtney Tamati (Sydney Roosters)
Jazmon Tupou-Witchman (Sydney Roosters)
Faith Tutauha (Burleigh Bears)
Makenzie Weale (West Brisbane Panthers)
Tiamo Williams (Wests Tigers)

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