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Jetts and Armstrong amongst All-Stars

Adam McNicol  January 31, 2013 4:13 PM


Lewis Jetta and Tony Armstrong have been named in the Indigenous All-Stars squad

Sydney Swans pair Lewis Jetta and Tony Armstrong have been named in the Indigenous All-Stars squad that will play an exhibition match against Richmond in Alice Springs on February 8.

Jetta and Armstrong are amongst a host of big names set to play in the match, including captain of the Indigenous All-Stars, Lance Franklin, Carlton goalsneak Eddie Betts, Essendon ruckman Patrick Ryder and West Coast recruit Sharrod Wellingham.

Sydney Swans 2005 premiership player Michael O’Loughlin will coach the All-Stars, and will be assisted by his former Swans teammate Adam Goodes, ex-Fremantle defender Roger Hayden and Hawthorn midfielder Shaun Burgyone.

The match between the All Stars and Richmond will follow the annual AFL Players' Association indigenous camp, which will take place in Alice Springs from February 5 to 7.

The three-day camp will bring together 60 indigenous AFL players and will include an indigenous leadership program and community visits.

Indigenous All-Stars squad:
Cameron Ellis-Yolmen, Graham Johncock, Jared Petrenko
Brisbane Lions: Ashley McGrath
Carlton: Eddie Betts
Essendon: Alwyn Davey, Courtenay Dempsey, Leroy Jetta, Nathan Lovett-Murray, Patrick Ryder
Fremantle: Jonathon Griffin, Joshua Simpson
Geelong: Bradley Hartman, Allen Christensen, Steven Motlop
Gold Coast: Harley Bennell, Jarrod Harbrow, Steven May
Greater Western Sydney: Shaun Edwards, Curtly Hampton, Gerald Ugle, Zac Williams, Nathan Wilson
Hawthorn: Jed Anderson, Amos Frank, Lance Franklin, Bradley Hill
Melbourne: Aaron Davey, Neville Jetta
North Melbourne: Lindsay Thomas
Port Adelaide: Brendon Ah Chee, Jake Neade, Chad Wingard
St Kilda: Terry Milera
Sydney Swans: Tony Armstrong, Lewis Jetta
West Coast: Josh Hill, Murray Newman, Sharrod Wellingham
Western Bulldogs: Brett Goodes, Liam Jones, Koby Stevens

To be confirmed:
Brisbane Lions:
Ashley McGrath
North Melbourne: Lindsay Thomas