North Warrnambool Eagles unveil senior debutant Will Scriven, Camperdown picks first-gamer Tom Place

TAKING FLIGHT: Will Scriven is among the Eagles' fresh faces in 2017.

TAKING FLIGHT: Will Scriven is among the Eagles' fresh faces in 2017.

NORTH Warrnambool Eagles and Camperdown will introduce teenagers to Hampden league senior ranks on Saturday.

Co-coach Graeme Twaddle said lightly-built utility Will Scriven deserved to debut after consistent form in junior ranks.

Scriven could be thrown anywhere against Camperdown at Bushfield Recreation Reserve.

“He’s a good reader of the game and his disposal is top-notch as well,” Twaddle said.

“He always seems to have time on his side.”

Camperdown will unveil ruckman Tom Place – the cousin of forward Grant.

“He’s undersized for a ruckman but quite athletic and moves well for an 18-year-old,” Magpies coach Phil Carse said.

Lachie Bone, Charlie Brett and Devon Coates will also return to the Pies’ line-up which is minus the hamstrung Carse.

“They’re exciting changes for the group and the young kids run well,” he said.