Erica Halloway - The flying wing back/midfielder has been nothing short of a revelation in two seasons of Westfield W-League, and even at age 32 could be a reliable back-up to Steph Catley on the left side.
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Aivi Luik - The 2010 AFC Asian Cup winner has posted two solid seasons as an ever-present in Melbourne City's midfield and remains a ready veteran option should the team require more experience.
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Beattie Goad - The 19-year-old two-time Westfield W-League champion and former Young Matilda has been re-cast from attacking midfield to wing back in her first college season, potentially putting her in the frame for selection in a position where the Westfield Matildas need left-footed options.
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Eliza Campbell - The former Young Matilda had not appeared in the Westfield W-League since 2014, playing in Norway in the interim. A hand injury ended Campbell's season prematurely but she is squarely in the discussion as a goalkeeping option.
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Grace Maher - Trusted by Canberra United coach Rae Dower to hold down centre midfield next to Japanese FIFA World Cup winner Yukari Kinga, 17-year-old Maher has excelled with goals, assists and setting the pace.
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Gema Simon - Capped three times by the Westfield Matildas but unselected since 2015, Simon's strong Westfield W-League season off the back of a winter in South Korea has elevated her back into the national discussion.
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Remy Siemsen - A break-out season yielded six goals for the 18-year-old, but perhaps of more importance nationally will be Siemsen's role for the Young Matildas who are going to the AFC U-19 Women's Championships later this year.
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Emma Checker - Having successfully returned from a knee reconstruction to clock solid minutes in the second half of the season, three-cap Checker is now on track to revive her Westfield Matildas career.
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Summer O'Brien - With defenders at a premium among Australian ranks, 25-year-old O'Brien was nominated by her teammate Katrina Gorry as Brisbane Roar's most likely player to take the next step to national level.
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Rosie Sutton - While the Westfield Matildas' strike force has no shortage of established talent on hand, should the worst happen, players such as Sutton or Adelaide United's Racheal Quigley are proven goal scorers at Westfield W-League level.
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Teagan Micah - The former Western Sydney Wanderers goalkeeper started every game for her Los Angeles-based college, setting a team record for total saves and making Top Drawer Soccer's Freshman Best XI.
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Sarah Carroll - Having passed 50 Westfield W-League appearances this season, the versatile defender/midfielder's consistency is not necessarily flying under the radar in a star-studded Perth Glory team.
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Hannah Brewer - After a year off bar one replacement player appearance at Melbourne City, the former Junior Matilda has matured into a potential full back option for the senior outfit.
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Jacynta Galabadaarachchi - The 15-year-old prodigy has dazzled in her brief Westfield W-League appearances, hitting the bar and chalking up an assist when Melbourne City last played Grand Final opponent Perth Glory.