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Sunshine Coast Falcons Mal Meninga Pre-Season Squad Announced

Sunshine Coast Falcons Mal Meninga Pre-Season Squad Announced (Photo : Vanessa Hafner)
Sunshine Coast Falcons Mal Meninga Pre-Season Squad Announced (Photo : Vanessa Hafner)

Sunshine Coast Falcons Mal Meninga Pre-Season Squad Announced

Author : Sunshine Coast Falcons

Congratulations to the players selected in the Pre-Season Sunshine Coast Falcons Mal Meninga Under 18s squad.

All players will be notified via email regarding whether they want to take up their position in the squad.

To all of the players who missed out, due to the large number of trialists (100+) the coaches are unable to give individual feedback, but the Falcons commend you on your efforts to make this team and wish you all the best for the 2022 season.

Falcons Mal Meninga Pre-Season Squad

Jayden Alefaio
Zac Andrews
Ethan Bainbridge
Guireh (Gizzy) Brooks
Ruben Broome
Dyllan Cousens
Daemon Cruz
Ethan Daisey
Saxon Day
Andrew Dejager
Harry Dreger
Lachlan Dunn
Harry Dwyer
Jett Elich
Aneurin (Nye) Florence
Hayden Gallagher
Bayden Hales
Mitch Jennings
Sifa Kava-Uasike
Mason Kira
Jackson Kite
Finn Lawson
Jayden Marshall
Aidan Mckittrick
Tully Mclellan
Brooklyn Mundraby-Grogan
Cayse Munro
Jack O’Brien
Chase Paterson
Kaedyn Philemon
Jack Philp
Ethan Polner
Cody Rowe
Jayden Smith
Liam Smith
Aiden Stafford-Johns
Kea Stevenson
Khan Sutherland-Chan
Noah Talbot
Brock Thomas
Jack Underhill
Quinlan Watson
Bailey Wilkinson
Chanse Wilson
Jordy Wilson
Jed Zerk
Zac Zibara

Sunshine Coast Falcons Mal Meninga Mal Meninga Pre-Season Squad Announced

Sunshine Coast Falcons Mal Meninga Mal Meninga Pre-Season Squad Announced

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