January 18, 2022
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Namoce in Dragon's best 17

Fiji-born former Sydney Roosters prop Aliti Namoce has been named in St George Dragons Women’s best 17 squad. 
The 24-year-old who plays for the North Sydney Bears in the NSWRL Women's Premiership stamped her mark in 2019 after she featured for the Roosters in NRL Women’s Telstra Premiership. 
She made her debut for the Roosters in their 12–16 win over the New Zealand Warriors in 2019. 
She is one of the other 17 players who have retained her spot in the squad. 
Dragons: Emma Tonegato, Jaime Chapman, Keele Browne, Shontelle Stowers, Teagan Berry, Taliah Fuimaono, Rachael Pearson, Elsie Albert, Keeley Davis, Aliti Namoce, Shaylee Bent, Kezie Apps, Holli Wheeler, Quincy Dodd, Natassja Purontakanen, Alexandra Sulusi, Talei Holmes
By Romeka Romena 

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