THE best youngsters in the Central Highlands have had their final hit-out ahead of the second-straight intraleague clash on Saturday.
Jumpers were presented to players from the two teams following training at Wallace on Wednesday night.
The Blizzards will be coached by Jonathan Leoncini and the Highlanders by Mick Rix. The two will play against one another as a result of Loddon Valley not bringing a junior team to Bungaree for the country championships.
Saturday’s match will kick off at 11.45am as a curtain-raiser to the senior encounter between the Central Highlands and Loddon Valley from 2pm.
Clunes: Mitchell Coppick, Paul Coon
Creswick: Rhys Antonio, Will McNabb, Darrien Mann, Ryan Knowles
Dunnstown: Sam Forbes, Liam Hanrahan, Brodie Murphy, Brayden Leonard
Gordon: Gerard Clifford, Jack Toohey
Learmonth: Ben Taggart, Jye Rich, Jackson Ford
Newlyn: Joel Willmott, Luke Wren, Sam Spittle, Justin Dummett
Waubra: Laurence Cashin, Ned Balharrie, Thomas Lanyon
Springbank: Clay Raine, Todd Hearn, Matthew Lakey, Benjamin Willan
Carngham-Linton: Brad McDonald
Bunagree: Alex Browning, Sam Mewett, Harry Cousens, Nick Strachan
Ballan: Mason Currie, Charlie Sher
Rokewood-Cornidhap: Damon Van Dyken, Luke Philp, Jack Goosens, Eddy Ngary
Hepburn: Stuart Aberdein
Skipton: Bryce Savage, Ethan Stevens, Patrick Walsh, Mark Smith
Waubra: Harrison Wrigglesworth
Clunes: Thomas Barry