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Women's Flag HPU Announcement

On behalf of the National Women's Flag Football Coach and Management team, we are delighted to announce the first NZ National Women's Flag Football High Performance Unit selected in preparation for upcoming internationals on our journey to the IFAF Flag World Championships – Finland 2024.

Congratulations to the HPU25 players as follows:

  1. Ajani Kilisimasi (Metro Lions)

  2. Amorangi Ngata-Atkins (Metro Lions)

  3. Amy Howe (Tamaki Lightning)

  4. Corina Vai (Papatoetoe Wildcats)

  5. Courtenay Leauanae (Metro Lions)

  6. Daumavia Huirua Herewini (Hamilton Hawks)

  7. Elizabeth Eitiare (South Auckland Raiders)

  8. Ellie McMannaway (Tauranga City Tridents)

  9. Emily Rais (Wellington Wolves)

  10. Grace Havler (Tauranga City Tridents)

  11. Isabeau Short-Wilcox (Metro Lions)

  12. Jacqui Elmsly (Hamilton Hawks)

  13. Javiera Gonzalez (Tamaki Lightning)

  14. Jean Middleton (Hamilton Hawks)

  15. Jorja Mouat (Tauranga City Tridents)

  16. Lineli Vaoga (Papatoetoe Wildcats)

  17. Lyvelle Vercoe (Papakura Queens)

  18. Pamela McHardy (Metro Lions)

  19. Priyanka Narayan (Tamaki Lightning)

  20. Rosa Matautia (Metro Lions)

  21. Shona-Leigh Matiu (Metro Lions)

  22. Sia Matai (Papatoetoe Wildcats)

  23. Taylor Leauanae (Metro Lions)

  24. Tessa Peace (Papatoetoe Wildcats)

  25. Waipouri Thompson (Hamilton Hawks)

The National Team Coach & Management Staff are:

  • Ethan Clark - Head Coach

  • Ben Freeman - Offensive Coordinator

  • Shaye "Rambo" Morris - Defensive Coordinator

  • Shernice Henry - Team Leader

  • Alex Hatwell – Team Manager

“After a longer than normal series of trials, aimed at giving as many of our Flag Football wahine a chance to show us what they’ve got, we are excited to finally name the High-Performance Units 25! It wasn’t easy though, with plenty of skills on display throughout – which highlights the level of skill and athleticism these 25 have shown ! Thank you to all our trialists, and those in the background supporting this process! Now the real work begins, taking this wonderful group of talented wahine and turning them into a team – a family – that we, as a nation and football community, can be proud of.” – Coach Clark.

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