19/U WA State Team

Vision: To select the best emerging talent across the State to represent Western Australia at the National Netball Championships.

The West Coast Fever Futures program is an integral step in the Netball WA pathway. We are looking for athletes who are ready to embark on the journey and enjoy the challenge. Athletes from this Squad are selected to represent WA in 17/U & 19/U National Netball Championship.  

The Squad composition will consist of a balanced group of athletes. Experienced selectors will be assessing athletes’ technical skills, court sense and netball IQ, speed, fitness, determination and work ethic. All athletes must attend trials, which consists of fitness testing (such as yoyo, vertical jump) and match play. A West Coast Fever Futures Squad of approximately 15 for each age group is selected.
Futures Info

West Coast Fever Futures Trials for 2025 WA State Team

The trial process for the 2025 19/U Futures/WA State Program for those born 2006 and 2007 will consist of the following:

Phase 1
Open trial for all athletes - Friday 9 August 2024 from 5.00pm @ GOLD NETBALL CENTRE, Jolimont
Phase 2 
Athletes will be selected from Phase 1 to progress to this Phase 2 trial. 
Held on Monday 2 September 2024 from 5.00pm @ GOLD NETBALL CENTRE, Jolimont. 2024 State 19/U Team athletes will attend this phase.

There may be a Phase 3 trial held in October.

Note the above times are approximate and a schedule will be sent via email closer to the event day. 

Program Information
Upon selection into the West Coast Fever Futures Program fee of $470 (GST incl + transaction fees) payable upon accepting your position.

National Netball Championships is usually held in the April School holidays. Netball Australia will communicate when they determine the date and location. Once the final team of 12 is selected the cost associated with this is approximately $2200 (including GST) plus any uniform costs. This cost may change if Nationals is in Perth and if the athlete has uniform items from the previous years they can use.

If selected, please notify us asap if you have a holiday already planned during December and January.

Training Sessions commence in November. Note:  The full program will be issued in December. The Official Futures/State Program commences at the end of January and trainings are usually Saturday morning and Monday evening, with gym on Wednesday mornings.

2024 19/U State Team

Rebekah Aynsley, Rangers, Perth 

Georgie Cleaver, Fremantle Sharks, Fremantle

Kianah Davey, Fremantle Sharks, Fremantle

Aitaua Enari, Hamersley Comets, Wanneroo 

Scarlet Jauncey, Hamersley Comets, Wanneroo

Grace Jooste, Rangers, Perth 

Maya Kenny, Western Roar, Fremantle 

Aisha Morcombe, Western Roar, Perth

Chloe Ramsay, Hamersley Comets, Wanneroo

Charisse Rond, Western Roar, Perth 

Tayla Styles, Rangers, Perth 

Stephanie Towie, Hamersley Comets, Perth

Training Partners

Emily Cramond, Rangers, Perth 

Honey Harrington, Hamersley Comets, Wanneroo

Serian Lockwood-Jones, Hamersley Comets, Wanneroo

National Netball Championships 17/U and 19/U pathway competition was held from the 9 and 14 April at Jubilee Park Stadium on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria. 

2023 19/U State Team

Lily Anderson, Southside Demons, Southern Districts
Riley Burd, East Freo Sharks, Fremantle
Georgie Cleaver (WAIS), Western Roar, Fremantle
Aitaua Enari (WAIS), Hamersley Comets, Wanneroo
Jasmah Haywood - Vice Captain, (WAIS), Hamersley Comets, Swan Districts
Scarlet Jauncey, Hamersley Comets, Wanneroo
Maya Kenny, Western Roar, Fremantle
Sophie Main, Hamersley Comets, Perth
Asha Parsons, East Freo Sharks, Fremantle
Charisse Rond, Western Roar, Perth
Indiana Squiers - Captain, East Freo Sharks, Fremantle
Tayla Styles (WAIS), Rangers, Swan Districts

Extended Squad:
Ava Robson, East Freo Sharks, Fremantle
Rebekah Aynsley, Rangers, Perth

* WANL Club, Local Association

Karly Guadagnin, Coach
Melanie Rainey, Assistant Coach
Janine Bennett, Team Manager
Dave Moala, Physiotherapist

The State 19/U Team took home a Silver Medal after going down to South Australia in the Gold Medal match of the National Netball Championships in Darwin.

After finishing second, WA won through to the Gold Medal match against the undefeated South Australia by defeating Victoria by 11 goals in their semi-final clash.

The final was a tight affair with the sides tied at quarter time before the South Australians took a three-goal lead into the half time break.

WA responded in the third quarter to trail by one goal with one quarter remaining. 

However, it was the undefeated South Australian outfit who took advantage of some critical moments early in the fourth quarter when WA did not execute to record an 11-goal victory.