Reegan Hicks is Origin bound

BEERWAH Bulldogs star, Reegan Hicks, has been selected to play for Queensland in the U19s State of Origin series.
The 17-year-old talent debuted in the Bulldogs’ Open Women’s team last year and was the top try scorer for the year. Club president, Ref Hammill, said Reegan is a coach’s dream. “It is so great that she was selected. She has a talent that is unmatched by other girls her age,” he said.
“Reegan has so much skill on the footy field. She was selected to play in the BMD premierships at the start of this year.
“I doubt we will see her back at the club because now that she’s been selected for Origin, she is NRLW bound.”
The Beerwah Bulldogs have had a number of female player success stories, such as Annette Brander, who plays for the NRLW Brisbane Broncos. Despite this, the club’s Open Women’s team is folding for the rest of the 2024 season due to significant player shortages caused by injuries.
“The Open Women’s team is no longer this year. We will be merging with the Caloundra Sharks and play under ‘Bullsharks’,” Ref said.
“There is a possibility to come back next year, but we will have to wait and see.”