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10 to Watch in '24 | Chloe Jackson

Chloe Jackson has a simple philosophy when it comes to playing footy; tackling anything that moves in front of her.

That work ethic helped her earn co-captaincy for the NSW Under 19s Women’s team, because coach Kate Mullaly liked what she saw.

“Chloe bleeds blue – I’m sure her blood is in fact blue,” she said when appointing Jackson and Monalisa Soliola as skippers.

“She’s extremely passionate and just never stops for her teammates.”

The second-rower had three tackle-busts, ran for 104 metres with 37 post-contact, and made 17 tackles in a solid performance.

Jackson, 19, will hope her high-octane attitude will earn further honours and representative jerseys in 2024 – she is yet to make her NRLW debut after a season contracted with the Parramatta Eels.

In 2023 she scored two tries in four games for NSW City at the Harvey Norman Women’s National Championships in May, ahead of her second U19s jumper in July.

Jackson was also a valuable member of the North Sydney Bears’ Tarsha Gale Cup (Under 19s) and Harvey Norman NSW Premiership teams in 2023.

Having now finished her final season of Junior Representative Rugby League, Jackson will be aiming for more achievements next year at the open age level.

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