The top Under 18 female football talent from across the country will converge on Melbourne next week for the 2016 AFL Youth Girls National Championships.
For the first time ever, nine teams across two pools will compete in the tournament, beginning May 2.
Vic Metro and Vic Country are joined by Western Australia and Queensland to make up division one. South Australia, NSW/ACT, Northern Territory, Tasmania and the Woomeras indigenous team will form division two.
With games to be played at elite venues across Melbourne including the Collingwood and Richmond Football Clubs, it is a great opportunity to see the next generation of football talent on display.
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*Photo courtesy of AFL Victoria Youth Girls