2002 sydney

U21 Men

  1. South Australia
  2. Victoria
  3. Queensland
  4. Western Australia
  5. ACT
  6. New South Wales

All Star Six

  • Ben Scott (VIC)
  • Matthew Desalvo (VIC)
  • Michael Nelson (SA)
  • Paul Prindiville (WA)
  • Simon Horner (SA)
  • Terry Lodge (QLD)

U21 Women

  1. Queensland
  2. Victoria
  3. South Australia
  4. New South Wales
  5. Western Australia

All Star Six

  • Connie Byrnes (QLD)
  • Laura Simpson (VIC)
  • Mary Dempster (VIC)
  • Nicole Smith (QLD)
  • Nitya Varadarajan (NSW)
  • Stacey Kloeden (SA)

U19 Men

  1. South Australia
  2. Western Australia
  3. Victoria
  4. New South Wales
  5. Queensland White
  6. ACT
  7. Queensland Grey

All Star Six

  • Chris Davies (WA)
  • David Jones (VIC)
  • Luke Tester (SA)
  • Scott Cridge (VIC)
  • Simon Prindiville (WA)
  • Tony Scott (SA)

U19 Women

  1. South Australia
  2. Victoria Blue
  3. Western Australia
  4. Queensland
  5. New South Wales
  6. ACT
  7. Victoria White

All Star Six

  • Belinda Huff (SA)
  • Bree Clifton (VIC)
  • Briony Hammett (QLD)
  • Celine Pongi (VIC)
  • Melanie Tregenza (WA)
  • Sarah Choat (SA)

U17 Men

  1. Victoria Blue
  2. South Australia Red
  3. Queensland White
  4. Western Australia
  5. New South Wales
  6. Victoria White
  7. Queensland Grey
  8. South Australia Blue

All Star Six

  • Brad Tutton (SA)
  • David Deleland (VIC)
  • Martin Collins (QLD)
  • Michael Locke (WA)
  • Nathan Roberts (SA)
  • Paul Sanderson (VIC)

U17 Women

  1. New South Wales Sky
  2. Victoria Blue
  3. Victoria White
  4. South Australia Red
  5. Western Australia Black
  6. New South Wales North
  7. Queensland Grey
  8. Queensland White
  9. Western Australian Gold
  10. ACT
  11. South Australia Blue

All Star Six

  • Aleta Booth (QLD)
  • Amy Uso (NSW)
  • Barbara Svak (VIC)
  • Jennifer Baldwin (NSW)
  • Natalie Frostick (NSW)
  • Rebecca Walter (VIC)

3 thoughts on “2002 sydney

  1. Nic says:

    what happened to all the teams?? why is there only 3 in each division?

    by the way, i have noticed a mistake in U17 Women either one of those victorian teams isnt suppossed to be named as victoria, or Aleta Booth isnt really from queensland.

  2. the records that I found only recorded the medal winners, hence the first three places. i’ll check about the U17 women, Victoria usually have more than 1 team in that division, but I am definately sure that Aleta Booth was from QLD. Thanks

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