The best young Hampden league talent will be on show in an under 18 interleague clash

The Hampden league’s future stars will be strutting their stuff on Reid Oval against their Bendigo Football Netball League counterparts.

Here are five rising stars Bottle Greens to fix your eyes on in Saturday’s interleague battle.

Toby Oakley

The captain of the Bottle Greens will be hard to miss. The big, agile Tigers ruckman will make an impact around the ground and as a leader.

Toby Oakley in action for Portland earlier this year.  Picture: Morgan Hancock

Toby Oakley in action for Portland earlier this year. Picture: Morgan Hancock

Taylor Murrell

Interleague coach Ben van de Camp said he had been a standout at training. Has great skills and will be vital in the midfield battle.

Portland's Taylor Murrell in action against South Warrnambool in Round four. Picture: Christine Ansorge

Portland's Taylor Murrell in action against South Warrnambool in Round four. Picture: Christine Ansorge

Josh Dwyer

The Seagulls midfielder has been a frequent player in the senior side and has silky skills. Will have plenty of space on the big Reid Oval to work his magic.

Port Fairy's Josh Dwyer will be looking to have an impact in the Bottle Greens midfield.

Port Fairy's Josh Dwyer will be looking to have an impact in the Bottle Greens midfield.

Mitch Bidmade

The Rebels-listed midfielder will be looking to have an impact on the big stage. The Blues youngster has senior and TAC Cup experience and has shown he can perform when it counts. 

Warrnambool's Mitch Bidmade will be important in the midfield battle. Picture: Rob Gunstone

Warrnambool's Mitch Bidmade will be important in the midfield battle. Picture: Rob Gunstone

Zane Barker

Will be a key player in the Bottle Greens’ forward line. He is quick and has shown at training that he can use this to his advantage. Good in front of goal, having kicked four majors from two games in Portland’s under 18s.