History as NZ Kahu win first ever series

The AFL New Zealand Kahu Youth Girls created history earlier in the week in Wellington as they not only won their first ever game but completed a 2 match series win over the Mornington Peninsula Youth Girls at Hutt Park in Wellington. 


Both games were played in brilliant conditions at Hutt Park on Saturday and Monday and the standard of footy was very high from the two teams.

The NZ Kahu started both matches off strong kicking early goals to get themselves in front on the scoreboard. Co-Captains of the NZ Kahu Jolyn Collins (Massey High School ) and Killarney Morey (Epsom Girls Grammar) lead the way in Game one and were rewarded with the Best on Ground awards.

A four goal second quarter opened up the game and the Kahu kicked on from there winning by 67 points. Siann Toomey and Monica Mail were named best for the visitors.

In Game two, Ceyan Drollet from Howick College continued her good form from Game one, kicking another two goals to end the series as the leading goalkicker. The NZ Kahu won by 25 points in a much close game to complete the series win.

AFL New Zealand would like to congratulate the whole side on a terrific achievement.

Game 1: 


NZ Kahu: Ceyan Drollett 2, Killarney Morey 2, Jolyn Collins, Sydney Gill, O’Shea MacMillan, Jasmine Paki.

Best on Ground Awards:

NZ Kahu: Jolyn Collins and Killarney Morey.

Mornington Peninsula Youth Girls: Siann Timoney and Monica Mail.


Game 2: 


NZ Kahu: Ceyan Drollett 2, Killarney Morey 1, Jasmine Paki.

Mornington Peninsula Youth Girls: Siann Timoney.

Best on Ground Awards:

NZ Kahu: Ceyan Drollet and Chelsea Young

Mornington Peninsula Youth Girls: Sarah Hosking and Mollie Radford.


AFL New Zealand would like to thank Andrew Souter and Grant Tyndell from Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League for making this trip possible and giving their side an opportunity to experience something special in playing International footy.