Redfern Nines U18 Squad Named

The GYG Latin Heat – representing the best of Latin American heritage youth players – have named their team to participate in the NRL One Community Redfern Nines on Saturday, September 19.

1.Jordan Ramos (Brazil)
2.Lochlan Keegan (Argentina)
3.Eduardo Vega-Valderrama (Argentina/Bolivia)
4.Paul Vitale (Chile)
5.Mana Castillo-Sioni (Chile)
6.Javier Britos (Uruguay)
7.Jonathon Xavier (Brazil)
8.Andrew Foai (Chile)
9.Steven Azzopardi (Spain – Guest)
10.James Gonclaves (Brazil)
11.Dahcell Ramos-Malo (Ecuador)
12.Junior Alarcon (El Salvador)
13.Richard Hernandez (Chile)
14.Michael Bolz (Uruguay)
15.Luke Morrissey (Uruguay)
Coach: Steve Anson / Gabriel Keegan
Trainers: Kim Britos / Robert Burgin / Eduardo Wegener

Come along and cheer on the boys as they tackle South Sydney Indigenous and Malta in Pool A.StraightOutta

Games get underway from 10am at Sydney University (St Johns Oval), Parramatta Road, Camperdown.

Latin Heat will play its first pool game v South Sydney Indigenous at 10.40am and second pool game at 11.20am v Malta.

Finals begin 12:20pm, with semi-finals at 2:20pm and the Grand Final at 3:40pm.

POOL A – Latin Heat, South Sydney Indigenous, Malta
POOL B – Mediterranean, NSWRL Young Achievers, Cook Islands
POOL C – NSW Maori, Australian Italian, Australian Fijian Koroisau
POOL D – NSW Samoa, Australian Fijian Naiqama, Africa United.

All participants in this competition are 17 or 18 years of age.