Nine players from across seven clubs have been selected to represent the Hume league this weekend.
It comes as the netballers prepare to take on the Farrer League in Osborne on Saturday.
The strong contingent of players includes last year's league medalist Jessica Kotzur of the Rand-Walbundrie-Walla Giants, as well as fellow league medalist and experienced netballer Sharna Holland of Jindera.
Brock-Burrum's Shinead Kilroy has been named captain of the side, with the Murray Magpies and Osborne each having two players selected in the line-up.
However there are no players named from the Billabong Crows, after the side took out the premiership last season.
Osborne coach Michael Cunningham will lead the representative squad in his first interleague coaching experience.
Cunningham said the team's versatility will be a good asset for the clash.
"We've got a really good spread of girls in the side," Cunningham said.
"A number of them can play in positions right across the court."
The side boasts a mix of both youth and experience, with three players set to make their senior interleague debut.
Young guns Kacie Schuur of Holbrook, Ebony Williams of Osborne and Culcairn's Meg Smith are among the debutantes ready to hit the court in the representative game.
"It's going to be really good for the young girls coming through to have the more experienced girls assisting them out on the court," Cunningham said.
"It's great to have a lot of different clubs represented in the side.
"It's good for the whole league community and just shows how versatile and good the Hume league is.
"There's a few top sides that have been up there for a long time, but it just shows that every club has their good players.
"We're looking forward to taking on the Farrer league and it will be a great opportunity for the girls.
"It's the best of the best playing against each other."
The Hume league has also chosen representatives squads for the under-17 and under-15 competitions.
Sharon Riley will coach the 15's side, while Emily Bush will be at the helm of the 17's this weekend.
There's also a vast spread of club's represented in the junior squads, with six covered in the 15's and 17's.
The open Hume interleague team is:
Brock/Burrum: Shinead Kilroy
Culcairn: Meg Smith.
Holbrook: Kacie Schuur.
Jindera: Sharna Holland.
Murray Magpies: Hayley McPhillips, Latoya Mahuru.
Osborne: Courtney Menzies, Ebony Williams.
Rand-Walbundrie-Walla: Jessica Kotzur.
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