The Canberra Chill side for both the women and the men in the inaugural Hockey One league have been announced and Queanbeyan's own Lewis McLennan has been selected.
Unsurprisingly, McLennan was stoked with the news.
"It's a massive priviledge," McLennan said.
"This is the first year it's been up and running, so I'm really excited.
"It is a little nerve wracking to get amongst it all."
To make things better, he will be able to play alongside Kookaburra Andrew Charter and former Kookaburra Glenn Turner.
"Personally, it's a big opportunity to learn off the top players and to see where I'm at," he said.
"I"m been pretty close with Glenn Turner for the past couple of years.
"I've been lucky to play with him last year and have also played against him for a couple of years.
"Playing with him is something special and because I play in the same position as him, I get to learn quite a lot.
"Charter, on the other hand, is on another level.
"He is the best keeper I have ever seen."
Both the men's and women's Chill side boast current and former Kookaburras and Hockeyroos, national development squad players, national junior representatives and local talent.
Out of the 27 selected, only 20 will make it to the final squad.
The Canberra Chill play their first game of the season on September 29 against the Brisbane Blaze.
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