Relishing the challenge


Rhea Hall is looking forward to the challenges at Moreton Bay United.

RHEA Hall likes challenges – that is why she has swapped the Sunshine Coast League for Moreton Bay United.


It will be the midfielder’s first time in NPLW football, but not the first time she has been recognised at state level.


Two months ago Rhea was one of four finalists in the Community Coach of the Year – Female category at the 2019 Football in Queensland Awards.


Although she just missed the top prize at the gala night in Brisbane, Rhea rates qualifying as a coach and getting a C Licence among her career highlights. Now she is hoping for more.


“I decided to join Jets as I am looking for a new challenge and meet new people along the way,” Rhea said. “I believe Moreton Bay United is a club where I will be challenged.


“I was made very welcome by everyone at the trials and that actually ticked the final box in making my decision to sign.

“Now I want to expand my skills and fitness levels, interact with new team members, and broaden my knowledge of the game.”

Rhea played one season at Coolum and then started eight years with Noosa Lions, where she played with fellow Jet Jemima Head.


She prefers central midfield but said her greatest strengths include being a team player, commitment and striving to play to the best of her ability.


“I am really looking forward to the year ahead and all it brings with Moreton Bay United,” said Rhea.


“I appreciate the opportunity of playing for this club.”

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