Five BASL products will showcase their fancy footwork on the national stage.
Four players are off to the National Youth Championships in Coffs Harbour from July 15-19 while one will play in the NTC Challenge in Canberra the following week.
BASL technical director Louise McColl said the girls had worked hard to improve their development as players.
"But it's not just their skills, it's their determination to become better players everyday," McColl said.
The players travel to Melbourne multiple times per week for training sessions and for games each weekend.
Emily Everist and Silver Bell Morris will compete in the under-15 division at the National Youth Championships while Natasha Dean and Pearl Stevens will be in the under-14.
The Championships are an important element of the Football Federation Australia National youth development and identification process.
McColl said the top teams changed every year, but at this level of competition, the goal was to "go out and do your best".
"It's fantastic to see the hardwork they have all put in pay off - but not just for these girls but what we do as a whole region and for the players who will come through next," McColl said.
Everist competed last year with the under-14 Victorian team which finished third overall.
"It's always a big challenge, there are always very skillful players there and it's such a good tournament to be a part of," Everist said.
Everist praised the top coaching received in the lead up to the competition.
"Now we will go out there and put all of our preparations into it," Everist said.
Vlaeminck, 16, will attend the under-17 National Training Centre Challenge in Canberra from July 22-26, similar to the Youth Championships, it's an opportunity to showcase up and coming talent.
Vlaeminck has been playing since she was six-years-old and the trip to Canberra will mark the biggest event of her career.
"It's going to be a lot of fun - a week away with the girls playing some soccer," Vlaeminck said. "All of the Victorian girls are all good friends."
Vlaeminck is the younger sister of champion cricketer Tayla.
"She's a good role model to look up to and has done a lot of cool things in her career," Vlaeminck said.
FFV technical director Boris Seroshtan said the girls were a "testament to the work that Bendigo is doing in the development space".
"From that, they have now been selected in their age group to represent Victoria at the national championships. I look forward to seeing how these girls and future players from Bendigo continue to develop through the years."
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