The son of the A-lister parents has been chosen to represent Victoria in a sport which may hinder any hopes of him ever playing AFL.
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Oscar Judd, the son of two-time Brownlow Medallist Chris, has been named in the School Sport Victoria 12 and under cricket side for the upcoming national championships in Darwin from June 3-9.
Judd, who attends the prestigious Haileybury College, is one of 13 boys selected in the boys team.
The girls team also had 13 players and has also named four emergencies for the tournament next month.
Experienced junior cricket coach Steve Watling will steer the side with Sharon Lynas as his manager.
Samuel Gregory (Essendon Primary School)
Harry Middleton (St Kevin‘s College)
Declan Brasher (Marist College Bendigo)
Oscar Judd (Haileybury College)
Aarav Saxena (Alamanda K-9 College)
Ned Bolton (Gardenvale Primary School)
Prabhnoor Singh Boparai (Mickleham Secondary College)
Yash Balyan (St Monica‘s College)
Samuel Judd (St Cecilia‘s School)
Flynn Bush (Nagambie Primary School)
Aadarsh Itankar (Good News Lutheran College)
Kaevish Bhasin (Brighton Grammar School)
Joshua Mithen (Camberwell Grammar School)
Falak Syeda (Valkstone Primary School)
Sahasra Pulibandla (Thomastown East Primary School)
Varsha Avulanna (Koonung Secondary College)
Anushka Mehta (Oakleigh South Primary School)
April Chaudhary (Maribyrnong Secondary College)
Poppy Agg (Montpellier Primary School)
Jessica Hodgkinson (Methodist Ladies‘ College)
Macey White (St Monicas School)
Tulip Sharma (St George Preca School)
Amelia (Minnie) (Chamberlain Parkdale Primary School)
Charli O‘Loughlin (Torquay Coast Primary School)
Hannah Box (Strathmore North Primary School)
Arshia Arora (Coatesville Primary School)
Aryahi Chintala (Tarneit P-9 College)
Jasmine Freeman (Croydon Hills Primary School)
Isobel McBride (Camberwell South Primary School)
Anjara Yuvaraj (Lauriston Girls‘ School)