Korfball Australia is pleased to announce that the team for the upcoming 2023 U21 Asia-Oceania Korfball Championships has been selected. The tournament, to be played in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, kicks off on the 8th of August, and runs until the the 13th of August. As has been previously announced, Tim Miller will lead the team as Head Coach. The full travelling party is comprised of:

Danica Bell (Scaldis KC)
Alyssa Booth (Scaldis KC)
Liberty Booth (Scaldis KC)
Mia Gartner (Adelaide Boomers KC)
Charli McStravick (Scaldis KC)
Aisha Milburn (Scaldis KC)
Taylah Zilavec (Melbourne KC)

Owen Anderson (Scaldis KC)
Will Anderson (Scaldis KC)
Thomas Brown (Scaldis KC)
Christopher Graves (Scaldis KC)
Cade Harris (North Adelaide KC)
Nicholas Miller (Scaldis KC)
Ned Spurr (Scaldis KC)

Head Coach
Tim Miller

Team Manager
Ashlyn Wetherall

Assistant Team Manager
Alison Spurr

Natalie Bukojemski

The team marks the first time Australia will compete in an international U21 event, and is a huge step in the ongoing growth and development of Korfball within Australia. The goal for this squad is to qualify for the 2024 U21 World Korfball Championships, after achieving a strong result at the AOKC.

The team will now continue on it’s intensive training program, with several training camps planned, between now and August. Good luck to all team members, we wish you all the best for your training’s and tournament, and we know you’ll do Australian Korfball proud.