DFS Young Guns Star for Big V

Another Australian School Sports National Championships has ended and DFS’ list of State Representatives grows once again with Anthony Camnitti and Romy Dagostino continuing the proud tradition.

Anthony Camitti played a vital role for the Victorian 12 and under side, which went through the event undefeated.

Romy Dagostino, from the Langwarrin Junior Football Club, became our first female representative at state level, as the youngest player in the 16 and under side.

Left: Romy Dagastino. Right: Anthony Caminiti
Left: Romy Dagastino. Right: Anthony Caminiti
Left: Joel Stretch Right: Bailey Schultz
Left: Joel Stretch Right: Bailey Schultz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Everyone at DFS was also proud to see Bailey Schultz, from the Calder Cannons YG Academy, star for the undefeated Victorian team that took out the Australian Football Schoolgirls Championships (16 years and under).

The good news didn’t stop there, with DFS regular Joel ‘Stretch’ Grace was a key member of the Under 16 Vic Metro team throughout the NAB AFL Under-16 Championships held on the Gold Coast.

He played well in front of the game’s elite talent scouts, hopefully signalling himself as one for the future.

In the past four years, 15 DFS players have pulled on the Big V jumper making everyone involved at Dynamic Footy Skills enormously proud and we look forward to working with them in future programs.