Excerpt from The Weekly Times, 1 April 2020
Jordan Kelly of North Ryde has the Touch Football world at her feet at the age of 17. The Ryde Eastwood Hawks junior product is fast developing into one of the brightest link/wing prospects on the women’s representative scene.
A NSW Scorpions squad member last season, the talented Kelly turned in smart performances for both the Ryde Eastwood and Balmain Tigers at both Junior and Senior State Cup level.
Since taking up the game as an 8 year old, Jordan has proved a mainstay for the Hawks – representing the Association in ten consecutive Junior State Cup Carnivals.
Identified as a link player with enormous potential, young Jordan received a huge thrill when named Ryde Eastwood’s Female Club Captain in 2020.
While a student at Marist Sisters Woolwich, Jordan represented NSW Combined Catholic Colleges before forcing her way into the NSW Scorpions squad.
Currently studying for a Bachelor of Business in Sports Management, Jordan dreams of donning the green and gold colours of Australia one day at a Touch Football World Cup.