The Murray Bushrangers have four girls on the Victoria Country radar for the upcoming AFL Women's Under-18 Championships.
Albury basketball convert Olivia Barber (Lavington), joins Sophie Locke (Seymour), Teagan Brett (Shepparton Notre) and Millie Brown (Mooroopna) as part of the initial 29-player squad.
The championships begin for Victoria Country with a clash against Victoria Metro on June 22 at Avalon Airport Oval.
They will then travel to the Gold Coast for three matches against Queensland, Western Australia and the Eastern Allies from July 8-12.
Meanwhile, Albury's Chelsea Hargreaves kicked off her representative campaign with NSW/ACT's under-18s in Coffs Harbour.
Unfortunately for Hargreaves, she injured her knee in the opening game against the Gold Coast Suns Academy and played no further part in the Northern Academy Series.
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NSW/ACT finished with a clean sweep, proving two strong for Gold Coast, Northern Territory and the Brisbane Lions Academy.
Despite her injury, Hargreaves took plenty from the experience.
"It was quite long and tiring, but I think everyone will be used to it next time around and can prepare for that," she said.
"I enjoyed the recovery and pool sessions as a group as well as the information and education sessions.
"I'll also take what I learnt and the information from the coaches to give back to the club and the younger girls."
Hargreaves will hope to get more game time in the next round at Blacktown in June.
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