Albany Creek’s Paige Schouw Selected in Australian Women’s Indoor Hockey Squad

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Paige Schouw, a 20-year-old Albany Creek resident, has been selected in the Australian Women’s Indoor Hockey Squad for 2018.

Following her exceptional performance in the Australian under-21 indoor hockey championship held at Goulburn, NSW, Schouw is one of the Brisbane players who made it to the Australian Indoor Hockey Squads for 2018.

Schouw has been the top scorer for the Under-21 tournament after scoring 14 goals in seven games. Aside from bringing home a bronze medal, she was also named as the Player of the Tournament.


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Going into the tournament, the Commercial Hockey Club member was determined to help her team win. Her efforts paid off when they won the bronze medal which was a first for Queensland’s under-21 women’s team in six years.

Schouw is now set to compete alongside Australia’s best indoor hockey players. Other Brisbane players who were selected for the national indoor hockey squads include Troy Rossiter, Matt Argent, Aidan Campbell, Jared Taylor, Clare Comerford, Lindsey Howard, and Madeleine Smith.