INCLUSION: Hervey Bay Bombers captain Lachlan Woodhams is one of 29 players included in the Fraser Coast train-on squad.
INCLUSION: Hervey Bay Bombers captain Lachlan Woodhams is one of 29 players included in the Fraser Coast train-on squad. Valerie Horton

Fraser Coast's AFL talents face-off ahead of rep series

SOME of the Fraser Coast's best Aussie rules talents will take on Bundaberg and Sunshine Coast in a three-way tussle next week.

Former Hervey Bay Bombers coach Darren Hunter will lead the Fraser Coast side, which currently boasts 29 of the region's best players as part of a train-on squad.

That squad will be trimmed to 25 mid-next week, ahead of the June 10 clash at Maryborough.

The regions will play off in three 40-minute matches (two 20-minute halves). The best of each will be given a chance to make the South Queensland squad.

The day will also include Maryborough Bears taking on Hervey Bay Bombers in lower grade and junior games, as well as a women's match.

SQUAD: Dylan Alexander, Jarrod Stothard, Robert McCormack, Jake Hughes, Ryan Bennett, Brock Harch, Matt Schlein, Lachlan Woodhams, Matt Burgess, Jason McConnell, Reed Mackay, Luke O'Toole, Scott Clark, Dean Stanley, Ben Ottery, Glen Krohn, Dale Burt, Matthew Saunders, Stevie Eckleshot, Ben Driscoll, Mitch Beacham, Damien McGreevey, Chris Maloney, Jack O'Connell, Tom O'Connell, Cam Mackay, Brent Firth-Meldrum, Luke Bish, Jack Feben.



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