Webster & Steere named in Aussie Stingers squad 

The Aussie Stingers have unveiled their squad of 20 for the next 12 months, as the count down to the Tokyo Olympic Games reaches the one year to go mark. The squad includes two VIS athletes, Rowie Webster and Madeleine Steere.

While the international calendar remains uncertain due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Aussie Stingers are back training and preparing for the Olympics. 

Water Polo Australia is currently reviewing national squad camps and potential competitions, while the squad continues their training with respective State Institutes.

Aussie Stingers Coach, Predrag Mihailovic, said Water Polo Australia is working through a number of options around the squad’s schedule for the next 12 months.

“These are unprecedented times, which are continuously changing, so we are looking at different scenarios to ensure the squad can train and be as prepared as we can.

“While we don’t know what the international calendar will look like leading into Tokyo, that won’t stop us working hard.

“The Aussie Stingers are in good spirits and very focused on the task at hand as we focus on the next 12months preparation for Tokyo.

“Our squad of 20 are right now training with their respective State Institutes as well as regularly meeting as a national squad.  We are still connected as a squad even while each player prepares from their own home towns,” said Mihailovic.

Abby Andrews, Zoe Arancini, Elle Armit, Hannah Buckling, Pascalle Casey, Tenealle Fasala, Keesja Gofers, Bronte Halligan, Lilian Hedges, Matilda Kearns, Bronwen Knox, Lena Mihailovic, Danielle Morrissey, Gabriella Palm, Amy Ridge, Madeleine SteereRowie Webster, Alice Williams, Lea Yanitsas, Jessica Zimmerman

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