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Undermanned WA U18s rue slow start in Vic Country loss as Reuben Ginbey, Steely Green, Mitch Edwards shine

An undermanned Western Australia were once again left to rue a slow start their 43-point AFL National Under-18s Championship loss to Vic Country at GMHBA Stadium.

WA turned things around after half-time to make a game of it, with highly-rated 2023 prospect Koltyn Tholstrup’s move to the engine-room important and Peel big man Corey Tregenza-Cashell clunking a couple of big contested marks on his way to two goals.

Missing six of their best players due to COVID and injury, the Black Swans trailed by as much as 38 points late in the first half before booting four goals either side of the main break to get as close as 17 before falling away in the 12.11 (83) to 6.4 (40) loss.

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