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James Aish is one of South Australia's gun players

THE NEXT generation of AFL stars will be on show at Etihad Stadium on Wednesday and AFL Live subscribers will have the opportunity to watch them in action.
 
AFL Live subscribers have the chance to watch the fifth round of the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships. with games scheduled between South Australia and Western Australia, and Vic Country and Vic Metro. 

You can watch both games via the AFL.TV link in the app menu.

There is a division one title on the line, and if South Australia defeats Western Australia it will win its first under-18 championships.

If Western Australia can win, Vic Metro has the opportunity to claim its third consecutive title if it beats rivals Vic Country. 
 
The AFL Live application is available on any Australian or New Zealand iPhone, iPod and iPad or Android smartphone and tablet.

Overseas subscribers to the AFL Live TV service can also watch both games.
 
A whole host of AFL draftees will be out to impress clubs and recruiters in the final round of the carnival. 

South Australian pair, midfielder James Aish and defender Matthew Scharenberg have shown throughout the carnival that they deserve their top 10 draft rankings.
 
Vic Metro captain Luke McDonald has already committed to North Melbourne as a father-son recruit and has been impressive throughout the tournament, as has midfielder Josh Kelly. 
 
West Australian talented forward Jonathon Marsh has boosted his draft stocks, as has Cameron McCarthy, whose after-the-siren goal handed Western Australia a win over Vic Country last week at Geelong.
 
For Vic Country, Darcy Gardiner is considered one of the best key defenders in this year's draft pool, while Billy Hartung has made a solid return from finger surgery.
 
Action kicks off with South Australia and Western Australia from 3:35pm (AEST), followed by Vic Country and Vic Metro at 5.35pm.
 
Ben Guthrie is a reporter for AFL.com.au. Follow him on Twitter: @AFL_BenGuthrie.