TOP QUEENSLAND prospect Alana Gee has capped off a strong NAB AFLW Under-18 Championships, picking up 26 disposals in her side's thumping 50-point win over the Allies.
In the final game of the champs, Gee also added six clearances, five inside 50s, four marks and a goal to her stats sheet in another well-rounded performance, taking out her state's MVP award.
Imogen Evans was also among the best for the hosts at Metricon Stadium with 20 touches, five marks and three clearances, while Jasmyn Smith got the ball rolling in the middle with 19 and eight clearances.
All three players are eligible for this year's draft and are members of Gold Coast's academy.
It was a tough day for the Allies, but the coaches named Murray Bushrangers product Zarlie Goldsworthy their best with 11 touches, five marks and three clearances, capping off the potential draftee's first and dominant championships. She was named the Allies' MVP for her campaign.
Sixteen-year-old Tasmanian Mackenzie Williams topped the Allies' charts with 17 disposals and three clearances, while GWS Academy member Tess Cattle was also named in the best for her nine disposals and five tackles.
QUEENSLAND 0.0 5.2 6.5 10.6 (66)
ALLIES 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.4 (16)
Queensland: N. Milne 2, Harris 2, Gee, Davies, Peters, Rival-Quinn, Kimber, Watson
Allies: Anderson, Parker
Queensland: Evans, Mullins, Gee, J. Smith, N. Milne, Harrington
Allies: Goldsworthy, Cattle, Brazendale, C. Hamilton, Parnell, Williams