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Basketball - 12. March 2008.

AUS - Stirling announces Beijing Games squad


CANBERRA (Olympics) - Basketball Australia is pleased to announce its 25 player Australian Defence Force Opals squad for the 2008 Beijing Games.


World Champion head coach Jan Stirling named the squad during the halftime break of today’s Australian Defence Force Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL) Grand Final at the Wollongong Entertainment Centre, where Adelaide defeated Sydney Uni 92-82.


Current World Champions, the ADF Opals claimed silver at both the Sydney (2000) and Athens (2004) Games.


2008 Australian Defence Force Opals squad:



Suzy Batkovic/UMCC Ekaterinburg/Russia
Tully Bevilaqua/Indiana Fever/USA
Abby Bishop/Canberra Capitals/Australia
Michelle Brogan/Dandenong Rangers/Australia
Renae Camino/Adelaide Lightning/Australia
Rohanee Cox/Townsville Fire/Australia
Jessica Foley/Adelaide Lightning/Australia
Cayla Francis/AIS/Australia
Hollie Grima/Italmoka Pozzuoli/Italy
Kristi Harrower/UMCC Ekaterinburg/Russia
Lauren Jackson/Spartak Moscow/Russia
Kathleen Macleod/Bendigo Spirit/Australia
Emily McInerny/Dandenong Rangers/Australia
Jenna O’Hea/Bendigo Spirit/Australia
Erin Phillips/Adelaide Lightning/Australia
Natalie Porter/Sydney Uni Flames/Australia
Alicia Poto/Sydney Uni Flames/Australia
Emma Randall/Bulleen Melbourne Boomers/Australia
Samantha Richards/Perth Lynx/Australia
Jennifer Screen/Parma/Italy
Belinda Snell/Bourges Basket/France
Laura Summerton/Taranto/Italy
Penny Taylor/UMCC Ekaterinburg/Russia
Marianna Tolo/AIS/Australia
Carly Wilson/Perth Lynx/Australia

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