Joining the Magpies as the youngest member of its inaugural squad, 21-year-old sharp shooter Alice Teague-Neeld was thrust into the spotlight in her first season at the Holden Centre.
Before the Magpies, Teague-Neeld signed with the Melbourne Vixens as an 18-year-old after impressing with the Victorian Fury in the ANL.
Injury to Vixen first-choice goaler Tegan Phillip saw Teague-Neeld step up the following year, shouldering the pressure as the side’s starting GA with maturity beyond her years.
A great decision maker with exceptional timing, Teague-Neeld is one of Australia’s brightest young goaling talents. She was named vice-captain of the Australian U/21 World Youth squad for 2017.
Teague-Neeld is also the daughter of former Collingwood Football Club assistant coach Mark Neeld.
- Australian Under 16 2011-2012 (Captain)
- Victorian 17/U Captain 2013
- 17/U National Championship MVP 2013
- Australian 21/U AIS program 2015-2016
- Australian 21/U Vice-Captain 2017