NNSWF announces 2022 Singapore International Youth Cup squads

August 11th, 2022

Northern NSW Football has announced its squads for the 2022 Singapore International Youth Cup.

The Singa Cup, which started in 2011, is one of Asia’s premier international youth football tournaments.

The boys tournament will be played from 4 to 13 November, with the girls tournament from 7 to 15 November.

Players were selected following a thorough program consisting of club training and match observations, assessments from the TSP coaching network, participation in TSP tournaments and participation in elite games.

This process of identification, assessment and benchmarking was also backed up by data captured via NNSWF’s Talent ID app and conversations with premier clubs as well as technical directors and coaches from regional member zones and the Newcastle Jets Academy.

NNSWF Head of Football Development Peter Haynes congratulated the players on their selection and wished them all the best for the tournament.

NNSWF Under-13s/14s Girls Squad

Alexis Collins – Newcastle Jets Academy
Billie Young – New Lambton FC
Ceanna Frost – Maitland FC
Charlee Fahey – Newcastle Jets Academy
Charley Cornwall – Newcastle Jets Academy
Darla-Rose Black – Newcastle Jets Academy
Faith Halloran – Newcastle Jets Academy
Hanna Abson – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Lacee Porcu – Newcastle Jets Academy
Lil Lewis – Newcastle Jets Academy
Lillia Rae – Newcastle Jets Academy
Mia Jones – Newcastle Jets Academy
Mikayla Standen – Newcastle Jets Academy
Penny Clarke – Newcastle Jets Academy
Philippa Allen – Adamstown Rosebud JFC
Stella Watson – New Lambton FC

NNSWF Under-13s/14s Boys Squad

Asger Paungreen – Byron Bay FC
Caden Neill – Edgeworth FC
Cayden Lobach – Valentine FC
Chase McFadyen – Newcastle Jets Academy
Curtis Thoroughgood – Lambton Jaffas FC
Ashton Baker – Edgeworth FC
Hudson Bell – Mid Coast FC
Kit Harper – Mid Coast FC
Manning Mury – Lambton Jaffas FC
Alex Little – NIAS
Nikolas Sklavos – Newcastle Olympic FC
Oliver Bailey – Newcastle Jets Academy
Darcy Watson – NIAS
Ronaldo Bigone – NIAS
Malusi Macikama – NIAS
William Vernon – NIAS


Related Topics:
2022 Singa Cup 2022 Singapore International Youth Cup

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