SARAH Wall has missed out on a lycra uniform with Melbourne Vixens in the new trans-Tasman competition but she is still chasing her dream of one day playing for Australia.The newly-created Melbourne team yesterday announced at the official launch it had aligned with the Collingwood Football Club for its debut season next year.Wall, a former Camperdown netball prodigy, was recruited by Melbourne Phoenix two years ago in the National Netball League.The league ended this year to make way for a new semi-professional trans- Tasman competition with Victorian clubs Phoenix and Kestrels merged to form the Vixens.Vixens coach Julie Hoornweg told Wall in the lead-up to yesterday's launch that she did not make the final 12 but was named in the top 16."I was definitely disappointed not to make the final cut but I was excited to be named in the final 16," she said from her Camperdown home yesterday."Most of the selection process was based on the 2007 national season but there was also trials."The midcourter survived two elimination trials against players from both Kestrels and Phoenix but did not get the final call-up.Wall joined Kestrels co-captains Rebecca Bulley and Chelsey Nash as players who failed to make the inaugural Vixens team.The 23-year-old, who was named the NNL Rookie of the Year last year, said she was in the process of assessing her options.She said the top 10 players not selected for the new state trans-Tasman side were eligible to play in a mini-national league competition at the end of the main competition next year.She also said she would consider a move interstate if she was approached by a club.Interstate teams competing in the new competition are not expected to announce their playing lists until early next year."I'd be crazy not to consider an offer," she said."I think Victoria and New South Wales are the strongest states but there has been a lot of movement in Western Australia and Queensland." Top Victorian players not on the Vixens list will take part in the state level competition at Melbourne's State Netball and Hockey Centre. "Players who did not make the cut for the Vixens will be distributed to the state league competition similar to the Victorian Football League component of football," Wall said.