Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Harvey Norman Women Premiership players Quincy Dodd and Maddison Weatherall have been named in the Women’s All Stars teams.
Dodd has been selected for the Women’s Indigenous team, while Weatherall will feature in the Women’s Maori side.
Both players are in their first season at the club and will feature in the Bulldogs 2020 Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership side led by former Bulldog player Luke Goodwin.
Dodd is a 19-year old halfback who represented the Women's PMXIII side in 2019 having played for the Cronulla Sharks Harvey Norman Women's.
Quincy's rise in the women's game started when the talented half captained Cronulla's Tarsha Gale Cup side in 2018 to a maiden premiership and finishing the season as the competitions leading point scorer with 178 points.
Her form saw her earn an array of representative honours including, breaking into the Women's State of Origin squad on the extended bench, named in the NSW City Women's side, joining the Roosters Women's first-grade side in the inaugural NRLW season and capping the 2018 season named at halfback of the Women's Prime Minister's XIII squad.
Meanwhile, Weatherall is an 18-year old backrower who captained the women's NSW under 18s team to a win over Queensland in 2019.
She was a member of the Illawarra Steelers premiership winning Tarsha Gale Cup side as well as representing the St George Illawarra Dragons NRLW team.
Since arriving at the start of November, the girls have impressed everyone with their leadership and commitment to their training at such a young age and the selection in the representative sides is a reward for the two girls.
Internationals Tallisha Harden and Shakiah Tungai will lead the Indigenous Women's All Stars with Kiwi Ferns Krystal Rota, Raecene McGregor and Kiana Takairangi joining forces with Jillaroos Corban McGregor and Botille Vette-Welsh in a strong Maori squad.
The women's match will be the curtain-raiser to the main game on the Gold Coast at Cbus Super Stadium, February 22. The Maori Ferns won their previous meeting 8-4.
WOMEN'S INDIGENOUS ALL STARS
Jasmin Allende, Shaylee Bent, Nakia Davis-Welsh, Quincy Dodd, Layla Fauid, Tallisha Harden, Jenni-Sue Hoepper, Caitlan Johnston , Bobbi Law, Tanika Marshall, Steph Mooka, Kelsey Parkin, Kaitlyn Phillips, Shaniah Power, Rhiannon, Revell-Blair, Simone Smith, Shakiah Tungai, Rebecca Young
WOMEN'S MAORI ALL STARS
Harata Butler, Sarina Clark, Tanika-Jazz Noble-Bell, Laishon Jones, Amber Kani , Kerehitina Matua, Raecene McGregor, Corban McGregor, Capri Paekau, Krystal Rota, Christyl Stowers, Kiana Takairangi, Jonsal Tautari, Botille Vette-Welsh, Maddison Weatherall, Geneva Webber, Kathleen Wharton, Kat Wira-Kohu