Ella Maurer and Jemma Blair will represent Eastern Allies alongside four other Tasmanians in the AFLW under-19 championships later this month.
The Old Scotch pair, who both played with North Launceston last season, will fly to Melbourne on Friday with Southern duo Perri King and Claire Ransom and the North-West's Meghan Gaffney and Amy Bissett.
The Allies, a team that represents Tasmania, Northern Territory, New South Wales and Canberra, will spend three days in camp before playing Western Australia on Monday, April 12 and South Australia on Thursday, April 15.
Tassie Devils coach Cameron Joyce said Maurer and Blair had both earned their chance to impress AFLW recruiters.
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"Both Jemma and Ella have been really consistent performers for us," Joyce said.
They're both in our leadership group and they've been in really good form so their selection in the Eastern Allies is a great reward for effort," Joyce said.
"Jemma is a real athlete, she runs really well, she's competitive, she's been playing across half-back against some of best players in the NAB League and doing a great job.
"Ella's been playing as a inside midfielder and pushing forward as well - she's kicked some goals for us which is great, but she's just been really clean.
"Her clearance work has been great and some of her tackling and attack on the ball has been a great feature.
"She'll play some midfield time in the Allies and it'll just be a great opportunity for both of them to put themselves up against some of the best players in the country and see where they sit."
The Devils sit top of the NAB League Girls ladder with one match - an April 24 meeting with Greater Western Victoria Rebels - remaining before finals.