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    Three Australian-based teenagers have been recruited by the Wellington Phoenix for its debut A-League women's season

    Three Australian-based teenagers have been recruited by the Wellington Phoenix for its debut A-League women's season


    17-year-old midfielder Te Reremoana Walker joins as the final New Zealand signing, having been based in New South Wales since 2017.

    Midfielder Isabel Gomez comes with five A-league caps via Western Sydney, while defender Cushla Rue links up from the New South Wales premier league.

    League rules require each team to have a minimum of seven Australian players.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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