Two Coastal talents have been ruled out of the Tasmania Devils girls' line-up for Saturday's match. Lucy Thompson and captain Candice Belbin have both been injured and will miss the match-up against the Sydney Swans Academy. The news was better for Devonport's Ely Blizzard however, as he was one of three inclusions into the boys' team, who play after the girls in the double-header. Four Northern products will make their Devils debuts with Emma Castles, Jorja Haberle, Harriet Bingley and Oliver Woodcock-Davis pulling on the jumper for the first time. Woodcock-Davis came in alongside North Launceston's Max Roney and Blizzard as Marty Brereton and Mitch Nicholas came out. The girls had a plethora of changes as seven players came in to the line-up. ALSO IN SPORT: Both Tasmanian sides are coming off a long break, with the girls last playing on April 15 and the boys a fortnight later, and are sitting strongly in the chase for the flag. The boys are on top of the ladder, having played one more game than the rest of the competition, coming off the back of consecutive 100-point victories over the Northern Territory and GWS Giants Academy. Vice-captain duo Colby McKercher and Jack Callinan have been in fine form over the break, playing for the AFL Academy, with McKercher's draft prospects rising. Jodie Clifford's girls' outfit are in fifth - sitting at 3-1 - with the Swans nipping at their heels in sixth. Playing a double-header at the Blacktown International Sportspark, the girls start at 2.45pm before the boys play under lights at 5pm with both matches being live-streamed on the Coates Talent League app.