THE NAB League's Future Rounds have given two Hampden league rising stars the chance to shine in front of AFL recruiters.
During the two Future Rounds each team must field 13 top-age players and 11 bottom-age players to give recruiters a good showcase of the league's talents for future AFL drafts.
Koroit's Clem Nagorcka and Portland's Toby Jennings get their chance to shine in their Greater Western Victoria Rebels debuts against the Western Jets at Mars Stadium on Saturday.
Nagorcka, 16, has played four senior games for the Saints this season after making his Hampden league debut against Hamilton Kangaroos in round one.
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Jennings, 15, made his debut against Cobden in round six and has gone on to retain his spot in the Tom Sharp-led Tigers' side, kicking four goals from his four appearances at senior level.
The pair will be joined by South Warrnambool's Liam (injury) and Marcus Herbert, Flynn Atchison (returning) and Camperdown Toby Mahony (Vic Country), who come back into the side.
Warrnambool export Renee Saulitis will be representing Vic Country's under 18 girls side onSaturday against Vic Metro at Werribee's Avalon Airport Oval.
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