NFNL Representation in Cannons 2024 squads


Published on Friday, March 15, 2024

Seven NFNL juniors have been selected to play for the Calder Cannons in the 2024 Coates Talent League.

The Cannons have confirmed their Under-18’s and Under-16’s Coates Talent League squads for the upcoming 2024 season.

In total, seven NFNL players have been selected across the four squads. Four of those, including captain Damon Hollow, were selected in the U18 Boys team and Mill Park’s Blake Justice was picked in the U16 Boys side.

Meanwhile, Emma Graziano and Jade Mclay were both selected in the U18 Girls team for the upcoming season.

Three of the four members selected in the U18 Boys squad played for the Cannons previously, while Jade Mclay will look to add to her 12 matches for the club in 2023.

This year’s Coates Talent League Boys regular season will be played across 19 rounds and get underway on the weekend of March 23-24.

The 2024 Coates Talent League Girls home and away campaign will be played across 17 rounds and will start on March 28.

Both Boys and Girls Under-16’s Coates Talent League seasons will be played throughout March and April. The Girls season has already commenced and will be completed on March 17, while the Boys campaign gets underway on March 23.

The NFNL congratulates all players selected with the Calder Cannons and wishes them nothing but the best ahead of the 2024 campaign.

Continue below for a list of NFNL players who have been selected in the Calder Cannons Coates Talent League Under 16’s and Under 18’s squads for this year:

Calder Cannons U18 Boys Squad

Hamish Caine (Whittlesea)
Cooper Herbert (Laurimar)
Damon Hollow (Epping)
Nash King (Wallan)

Calder Cannons U18 Girls Squad

Emmy Graziano (Research)
Jade Mclay (Diamond Creek Women’s)

Calder Cannons U16 Boys Squad

Blake Justice (Mill Park)

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