There's great news for Shoalhaven United's Shaylee Meehan.
Her consistent form with the first grade ladies' side has earnt her a call up to the Australian Indigenous Koalas team.
Meehan, who scored 34 goals in the shortened season, will go to the Sunshine Coast in early March for the Festival of Indigenous Football which also features the Australian Indigenousroos and the Australian Defence Force (women).
Founder of the NSW South Coast Jummalungs FC Neville Hampton said it was great to see local players succeed.
"It's great to see local talent from our region being identified and to be selected into the recognised and premier Australian Indigenous team," Hampton said.
The Maroochydore Swans Football Club will host the upcoming matches along with the support of Football Queensland, Queensland Indigenous Football and Naree Event Management.
There will be a total of seven visiting representative teams to play exhibition football matches games commencing on Friday, March 4 from 2pm and Saturday, March 5 from midday.
Along with the Australian teams, the spectacle will see a newly formed NSW South Coast Jummalungs women's over 30s team to play against a Qld Sunshine Coast representative team in a similar fashion to the NSW South Coast Jummalungs men's team.
The men's team will see the addition of Craig Foster, Travis Dodd, Adam Goodes and Lawrence Gilbert in the lineup on Friday night as special guests.
Other visiting teams to participate include the Women's Sunshine Coast Goannas, Central Queensland Spirit FC (women) and the Sunshine Coast Wanderers (women).
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