Australian Team Selection

to be eligible to be selected in the Australian Team & receive an Australian Team Medal the player must meet the "Player Eligibility Guidelines" as per Article 14 of the WEPF By-Laws.

Reference: (only quoting part of)
Article 14,
Player Eligibility, (as per WEPF constitution)
3. No player will be allowed to play for another Country, once he / she has played for any country, unless the player emigrates and takes up the nationality of that Country.

5. Once a player has played for one country in the World Championships, then they cannot play for any other country the following year or subsequent years, except when the player takes up citizenship of that other country....

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Australian Junior Team that traveled

 Pos  Name  Played  Won  %
1 Jayden Domeika  40 29 72.50%
2 Devlin Praeger  35 22 62.85%
3 Isabella Digiorgio  34 21 61.76%
4 Hayden Gunn  32 19 59.37%
5 Jasely-jean Dimer  30 18 60.00%
6 Lochlan Courtney  29 17 58.62%

 

  • Matthew Curwood (Capt)
    Cooper Denmen
    Alex Kingsbury
    Stone Stenhouse
    Alexander Pace
    Hayden Gunn

    Sharon Jennings (TM)
  • Stone Stenhouse
  • Samuel Burnett
  • Erik Westerholm
  • Alexander Pace
  • Matt Curwood
  • Jordan Mitchell

Sharon Jennings (TM)

 

Australian Junior Team 2014 as selected.

Cale Barrett TAS
Jayme White QLD
Vijay Randall QLD
Stone Stenhouse WA
Tyson Howie VIC
Matt Curwood VIC

Australian Junior Team 2013 Traveling to Blackpool England

Vijay Randall QLD Captain
Jayme White QLD Vice Captain
Matthew Curwood VIC
Stone Stenhouse WA
Alex Pace TAS
Jacob Marshall TAS
Tania Ahmet (Team Manager) VIC

LINK: www.wepf.org

Australian Junior Team 2013 as selected.

Australian Junior Team 2013 traveling to Blackpool England

Adam Bleumink (VIC)
Ben Foster (WA)
Jayme White (QLD)
Keenan Ciglar (WA)
Vijay Randall (QLD)
Stephen Kaine (TAS)

Adrian Lancaster (Manager)

 

Australian Team Selected to Travel to England: Luke Foster (WA) (Captain), Adam Bleumink (VIC) (Vice-Captain), Ian Hinton (SA), Cale Barrett (TAS), Michael Cacciola (SA), Stephen Kaine (TAS) - Team Manager: Warren Ross

Australian Junior Team 2012 as selected
Luke Foster (WA)
Cale Barrett (TAS)
Ian Hinton (SA)
Michael Cacciola (SA)
Adam Bleumink (VIC)
Stephen Kaine (TAS)

Australian Junior Team 2012 traveling to Blackpool England
Luke Foster (WA)
Cale Barrett (TAS)
Ian Hinton (SA)
Michael Cacciola (SA)
Adam Bleumink (VIC)
Stephen Kaine (TAS)
Warren Ross (manager)

 

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Australian Junior Team 2011 as selected.

Luke Foster (WA)
Jason Hawker (WA)
Dayne Van Kempen (QLD)
Matthew Gartrell (QLD)
Jared Jensen (QLD)
Luke Anglessey (WA)

Australian Junior Team 2011 traveling to Blackpool England

Luke Foster (WA)
Jason Hawker (WA)
Dayne Van Kempen (QLD)
Matthew Gartrell (QLD)
Jared Jensen (QLD)
Luke Anglessey (WA)

Shane (Manager)

Australian Junior Team 2010 as selected.

Australian Junior Team 2010 traveling to Blackpool England
Anthony Adams (SA) Captain
Luke Anglesey (WA) Vice Captain
Nick Young
Dayne Van Kempen (QLD)
Ian Hinton (SA)
Jarred Jensen (QLD)
Warren Ross (Manager)

2007 Australian Junior 8 Ball Team is a very experienced side at National level and will be an explosive force at the World Championships. Captained by Jake McCartney from (Victoria) and proudly supported by his vice captain Jake Persello of (South Australia), other team members include Kurt Dunham (Tasmania), Michael Hayes (South Australia), and Daniel Butler (Victoria)
this team has the hunger, grit and determination to bring home the World Title.  
Warren Ross (Tasmania) is the Team Manager

Jake McCartney
Michael Hayes
Jake Persello
Kurt Dunham
Daniel Butler
Warren Ross - Team Manager