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Women's Curtain Closer for QClash

A Women’s Exhibition Match will be played as a curtain closer to QClash11 at the Gabba this Saturday.

The match will be the sixth of the AFL Women’s Exhibition Series games being played around the country in the lead-up to the introduction of a national AFL women’s competition in 2017.

Saturday’s match will see Queensland’s best female talent from the AFL Queensland Talent Academy on show.

Tayla Harris and Emma Zielke will represent the Brisbane Lions. Harris has played three AFL Women’s Exhibition Games for the Melbourne Football Club, debuting in 2014 when she was 17. Zielke, a Lions staff member, is among the state's most decorated female footballers, as the Queensland captain and reigning Queensland Women Australian Football League (QWAFL) best and fairest winner.

The match will commence at 8.00pm and entry is free through Gate 2. 

1 Shaleise Law Zillmere
2 Ally Anderson Zillmere
3 Brooke Spence Coorparoo
4 Courtney Daniec Wilston Grange
5 Annie Shewring University of Queensland
6 Sharni Webb University of Queensland
Dania Herdman University of Queensland
8 Emma Zielke University of Queensland
9 Kate McCarthy Yeronga
10 Kylie Guarino Zillmere
11 Tahlia Randall Wilston Grange
12 Kate Lutkins Yeronga
13 Jenae Goven Coorparoo
14 Sally Young Coorparoo
15 Jenna McCormick Coorparoo
16 Rosie Adamson Coolangatta
17 Emily Bliss Yeronga
18 Emma Pericic University of Queensland
19 Tayla Harris Zillmere
20 Rachael Crack Coorparoo
21 Cleo Davis Coorparoo
22 Danielle Wall Yeronga
23 Kylie Lawrence Zillmere
24 Lucy Thompson Zillmere
25 Jess Wiggan University of Queensland

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