Young aspiring football sensation Olivia Barber admits the opportunity to play on Metricon Stadium is an experience she'll never forget.
Vic Country rounded out the AFLW Under-18 Championships in the Gold Coast with a 30-point win against the Eastern Allies before running away two-point winners against Western Australia, making it three from three.
Barber booted goals in both of the clashes and said she was happy with her performance during the competitive matches.
"Playing on Metricon Stadium was an amazing experience, the ground is so good," Barber said.
"Overall it was a great opportunity for me, especially putting on the Victorian jumper and being able to play for my state.
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"The friends that I made along the way made it really special.
"The standard was really good and everyone was competitive and wanted to win."
Fellow Murray Bushrangers' Millie Brown, Sophie Locke and Teagan Brett also took to the field for Vic Country over the week long competition, with Brett named among the best against the Eastern Allies.
No side was named overall champion, however, Vic Metro finished the competition undefeated beating Vic Country during round one.
An All Australian team is set to be announced this week once selected.
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