Australian Boomerangs and Pearls arrive in Queensland for INAS Global Games

Both teams travelled north on Tuesday, arriving at the BLK Performance Centre in Runaway Bay ready to hit the court. In hot conditions, the first pre-tournament practice sessions were held on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon, as each valuable second of court time is utilised ahead of Sunday’s opening slate of games.

The Boomerangs will produce one 5×5 squad for the games, while the Pearls have been split into two 3×3 teams for the tournament.

Pearls head coach, Larry Davidson, revealed the two teams that will compete in Brisbane.

Team Gold

Brittany Anderson

Cassandra Ivory

Jessica McCulloch

Eliza Mills

Kaitlyn Papworth

Team Green

Taylor Anderson

Montana Haag-Witherden

Kate Leckenby

Evie Patterson

Louwanna Sheridan

Assistant coach: Jo Larkin

Assistant coach: Sarah Skidmore

Team manager: Sally Duncan

Team support: Matilda Hill

Media: Hamish Patterson

Boomerangs head coach, Julia Walsh, will lead the following Boomerangs roster at the Games.

Jake De La Motte

Keenan Georg-Dent

Justin Koenig

Zac Georg-Dent

Wayne Kinross

Ryan Briggs

James Debetta

James Myers

Frazer Dawber

Josh Cleary

Brad Kinross

Assistant coach:  Damian Clarke

Assistant coach:  Ryan Holloway

Tech. coach:  Emma Neilson

Team manager:  Glen Jordan

A jersey presentation will be held tonight for the teams, as the build up continues to what is sure to be a thrilling 2019 INAS Global Games.

Full schedule and ticketing information can be found here

With the opening of the 2019 INAS Global Games in Brisbane just days away, the Australian Boomerangs and Pearls have arrived in Queensland to tip-off preparations.

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