Another Marconi Stallion FC player has been selected to represent Australia at a junior level with goalkeeper Chloe Carmichael having been chosen for the Junior Matildas' under-16s squad.
Following the selection of Lachlan Sepping to the Australian Joeys' under-17s and Daniel Helweh to the Australian Joeys' under-15s comes the news.
The recently turned 16-year-old is in her first season with the Stallions having made the switch from the NSW Institute where she played for three years.
Chloe's goalkeeping skills were further tuned with two seasons at the Blacktown Spartans.
A student in year 10 at William Clarke College at Kellyville, Chloe is also in the West Sydney Wanderers W League train on squad.
Selection to this team is nothing new for Chloe as this is her second camp with the Junior Matildas.
Earlier this year she travelled to Laos and played four matches for Australia, winning them all.
The Junior Matildas will be the first Australian National Football Team to visit the Pacific since the Socceroos in 2005.
Chloe left on Monday, August 6, and will visit Tonga, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands and they will face a women's national team in each of the three countries.
The tour of the Pacific is preparation for the 2019 AFC under-16s Women's Championship to be held in Thailand in September.