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Georgia Wilson (born 20 May 1996)[1] is an Australian field hockey player. In 2017 she was named to the Australian national team. She has also played for WA Diamonds. Her position is midfield.

Australian field hockey player
For the English association footballer, see Georgia Wilson (footballer). For the British para-equestrian, see Georgia Wilson (equestrian).

Amelia Spence
Personal information
Born (1996-05-20) 20 May 1996 (age 25)
Mahogany Creek, Western Australia
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current club Perth Thundersticks
National team
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2016 Australia U–21 3 (0)
2017– Australia 27 (0)
Medal record
Women’s field hockey
Representing  Australia
Oceania Cup
2017 Sydney Team

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Wilson grew up in Mahogany Creek, Western Australia.[2] She began playing hockey at age 4.[3] Wilson studies Human Biology and Marketing at University of Western Australia.[4][3]

Wilson first represented Australia at a junior level in 2016 at the Junior Oceania Cup, where the team finished first, securing qualification to the Junior World Cup.[5]

Later that year, Wilson was also selected in the ‘Jillaroos‘ squad for the Junior World Cup.[6] Shortly before the tournament, she tore her hamstring forcing her to withdraw from the competition, and the injury ultimately sidelined her for three and a half months.[7][2] Following the injury, Wilson participated in a national team training camp.[2]

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