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Vette-Welsh and Hanisi named in NSW Women's Origin squad

Wests Tigers will have two key playmakers Botille Vette-Welsh and Filomina Hanisi will feature in the 2020 Harvey Norman Women's State of Origin on Friday, 13th November.

Wests Tigers Harvey Norman Women's Captain Botille Vette-Welsh will return to the New South Wales squad after featuring in last years series — which saw her join the side in taking out the medal.

Nineteen year old Filomina Hanisi will enter the squad following her successful stint in the 2020 NRLW season for the Sydney Roosters. Her call up to the open women's team follows her great run in the 2019 for the New South Wales U18's side. 

NSW will be looking to fight to keep their championship title — one they have held since 2016. 

QUEENSLAND NEW SOUTH WALES
Tarryn Aiekn Kezie Apps
Annette Brander Shaylee Bent
Brittany Breayley Millie Boyle
Ali Brigginshaw Kennedy Cherrington
Karina Brown Keeley Davis
Lauren Brown Quincy Dood
Shenae Ciesiolka Filomina Hanisi
Brianna Clark Kylie Hilder
Jessika Elliston Melanie Howard
Tazmin Gray Isabelle Kelly
Steph Hancock Corban McGregor
Tallisha Harden Yasmin Meakes
Chelsea Lenarduzzi Brydie Parker
Shannon Mato Shanice Parker
Rona Peters Tiana Penitani
Shaniah Power Jessica Sergis
Julia Robinson Hannah Southwell
Chante Temara Simaima Taufa
Zahara Temara Sarah Togatuki
Tamika Upton Botille Vette-Welsh

2020 Women's State of Origin

Friday, 13th November at Sunshine Coast Stadium

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