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Following trials in Roma, Kingaroy and Bundaberg which saw almost 100 players take part; the 2017 Central Crows Under 18 Mal Meninga Cup squad has been announced.

It was a tough job for the coaching staff to narrow down the field to just 30 players due to the high quality of applicants.

Central Crows Under 18 Mal Meninga 2017 squad:

Tom Eddie (Roma)
Nathan Callaghan (Roma)
Benji Neliman (Chinchilla)
Kade Tennyson (Chinchilla)
Gus Roberts (Clermont)
Zac Walters (Kingaroy)
Kirby Rubesaame (Kingaroy)
Jackson Mladenovic (Blackbutt)
Errol Simpson (Cherbourg)
Thomas Springate (Nanango)
Dylan Quinn (Point Vernon)
Tarryn Johnson (Hervey Bay)
Tiko Hooper (Hervey Bay)
Brandon Clayton (Maryborough)
Kodi McConnell (Maryborough)
Ryan Fernie (Maryborough)
Ryan Fett (Boyne Island)
Harrison McIndoe (Emerald)
Chris Gibbs (Bundaberg)
Jack Larter (Bundaberg)
Layton Chambers (Bundaberg)
Brendan Stewart (Bundaberg)
Rece Hanson (Bundaberg)
Mason Collette (Gladstone)
Jimmy Cody (Gladstone)
William Simpson (Gladstone)
Jai Parter (Gladstone)
Lachlan Andrews (Tannum Sands)
Jacob Jenke (Tannum Sands)
Logan Pengally (Gladstone)

Team Officials                                                                                                                          
Coach: Mal McMillan (Roma)
Assistant Coaches: Bob Boon (Hervey Bay) & Darren Cook (Bundaberg)
First Aid: John Horan (Bundaberg)
Team Manager: Charmain Acton (Barcaldine)

Congratulations to the players selected.

The Central Crows would like to also extend their sincere thanks to the following groups for their assistance with the trials:

Roma State School Middle Campus and PC, the Kingaroy Red Ants, Across the Waves club, all the players who trialled (& travelled far and wide to get there), the families and friends who supported the players to get to the trials, QRL Central Division

More news and the draw for the 2017 Mal Meninga Cup season will be on the QRL website in coming weeks. 

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