Australian Nationals – Junior Women’s Results

Australian Junior WoMen’s Teams

Historically, Junior National teams represent Australia at the Pacific Junior Curling Championships and in 2016 the World Curling Federation created a World Junior B Curling Championship event for Member Associations to qualify Junior teams for the World Junior Curling Championships. From 2005 to 2015, Australian Junior teams competed in the Pacific Junior Curling Championships until it was discontinued. Then from 2016, the World Junior B Curling Championships replaced the Pacific event as a way to qualify for the World Junior Curling Championships.

YearLocationRanking and Teams
2020Nationals Cancelled due to Covid. The 2019 Team is carried over:
Tahli Gill, Kirby Gill, Su Yun Oh, Veronica Johns, Lucy Militano
2019Unopposed Tahli Gill, Kirby Gill, Su Yun Oh, Veronica Johns, Lucy Militano
2018Unopposed Tahli Gill, Ivy Militano, Jayna Gill, Kirby Gill
2017Unopposed Tahli Gill, Samantha Jeffs, Ivy Militano, Kirby Gill, Jayna Gill
2016UnopposedSamantha Jeffs, Tahli Gill, Ivy Militano, Kirby Gill, Jayna Gill
2015Unopposed Samantha Jeffs, Tahli Gill, Ivy Militano, Kirby Gill, Jayna Gill
2014UnopposedVictoria Wilson, Samantha Jeffs, Tahli Gill, Kirby Gill, Ivy Militano
2013UnopposedVictoria Wilson, Samantha Jeffs, Tahli Gill, Kirby Gill, Ivy Militano
2012Unopposed Victoria Wilson, Marlene Corgat-Taylor, Kelsey Hamsey, Tahli Gill, Samantha Jeffs
201126-28 September
Melbourne,
Victoria
1st Victoria Wilson, Kelsey Hamsey, Marlene Corgat-Taylor, Tahli Gill
2nd Nada Saad, Denise Safak, Athena Bitolas, Shontelle Walker
3rd Prue Fabris, Gizem, Ugur, Selin Yildiz
4th Stephanie Jones, Chelsea Cook, Vergeen Warda, Monica Lay
2010Unopposed Victoria Wilson, Kelsey Hamsey, Maddison McLaughlin, Marlene Corgat-Taylor
2009Unopposed Madeleine Kate Wilson, Victoria Wilson, Kelsey Hamsey, Emma Lin, Kirby Ross
2004Unopposed Brigitte Brousil, Skye Gibbs, Jodie Edgerton, Kristina Wilby