VIC Metro, Queensland and Vic Country rounded out the last day of action in the NAB AFLW Under-18 Championships with comfortable wins in games played at Bond University.
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DAY THREE Who won, who starred on the Gold Coast
Vic Country emerged undefeated in series two of the carnival, which was played over three days and featured the Central Allies (made up of players from the Northern Territory and South Australia) and the Eastern Allies (NSW/ACT and Tasmania).
DAY TWO First big upset
In series one, Western Australia defeated Queensland in both their matches, Vic Metro avenged for last year's loss at the hands of bitter rival Vic Country, while South Australia and NSW/ACT were comfortable winners over Northern Territory and Tasmania respectively.
An All-Australian squad will be named at the end of the carnival, with an all-stars match featuring squad members set to be played in August.
DAY ONE Vic teams show class
Many of the players who took part in the championships are eligible to be selected by AFLW clubs at the NAB AFLW Draft in mid-October.
NAB AFLW UNDER-18 CHAMPIONSHIPS
Queensland 1.5 (11) v Vic Country 10.7 (67)
Monday, July 9 at 11am, Metricon Stadium
Vic Metro 7.9 (51) v Western Australia 6.7 (43)
Monday, July 9 at 1pm, Metricon Stadium
Eastern Allies 6.8 (44) v Central Allies 2.4 (16)
Monday, July 9 at 3pm, Metricon Stadium
Queensland 4.3 (27) v Vic Metro 3.1 (19)
Wednesday, July 11 at 11am, Broadbeach
Vic Country 6.6 (42) v Central Allies 3.1 (19)
Wednesday, July 11 at 1pm, Broadbeach
Western Australia 7.3 (45) v Eastern Allies 2.3 (15)
Wednesday, July 11 at 3pm, Broadbeach
Vic Metro 10.6 (66) v Central Allies 3.3 (21)
Friday, July 13 at 10am, Bond University
Queensland 5.5 (35) v Eastern Allies 2.6 (18)
Friday, July 13 at 12pm, Bond University
Vic Country 7.12 (54) v Western Australia 2.5 (17)
Friday, July 13 at 2pm, Bond University
Northern Territory 6.2 (38) v South Australia 9.13 (67)
Friday, May 25 at 8pm, TIO Stadium Darwin
Northern Territory 0.1 (1) v South Australia 10.9 (69)
Sunday, May 27 at 8:30am, TIO Stadium Darwin
NSW/ACT 6.7 (43) v Tasmania 1.1 (7)
Friday, June 1 at 7pm, Blacktown International Sports Park Sydney
Western Australia 4.6 (30) v Queensland 3.9 (27)
Saturday, June 2 at 2pm, Domain Stadium Perth
NSW/ACT 6.8 (44) v Tasmania 0.3 (3)
Sunday, June 3 at 10am, Blacktown International Sports Park Sydney
Western Australia 6.4 (40) v Queensland 2.3 (15)
Monday, June 4 at 8.45am, Domain Stadium Perth
Vic Metro 4.5 (29) v Vic Country 2.5 (17)
Saturday, June 16 at 1pm, GMHBA Stadium Geelong
Go to afl.com.au/womens/u18s for news from the NAB AFLW Under-18 Championships.