The 25-year-old continued her impressive summer by beating a strong field in the ironwoman event.
The 19-year-old Maroochydore athlete heads into the lucrative event after winning the youth ironwoman race at the Interstate Championships on Friday.
The four-year-old mare enters the Listed 1400m race after an eye-catching 1.5 length win over 1200m at Eagle Farm.
Queensland team manager Craig Law expected the squad to fare well against the other states, with Jamie Perkins among the ones to watch.
Football Queensland issued a statement this week saying they “will not be making any changes to the current licence holders on the Sunshine Coast.”
The talented teenagers are part of a 12-strong team, which will compete in the Interstate Championships carnival.
The 20-year-old, who was at the Sports Hub at Kawana with some clubmates on Wednesday, is in the middle of a concerted pre-season.
The Sunshine Coast 21-year-old enters his third elite campaign full of optimism, after showing highly-promising signs in 2019.
The 18-year-old became the second fastest Australian in the 100m backstroke and snared the No. 1 world ranking in the 200m backstroke at the South Australian championships.
The 31-year-old featured in 10 of 16 games during the Lightning’s run to second place in last year’s national league.