My first year as a GWS member has been pretty outstanding so far. I never thought that orange would be a colour I would voluntarily wear, but strangely enough, similar to Sydney Thunder green, I have made it work. There have been some pretty special moments so far. Picking Heath Shaw and Jacob Hopper as […]
This article was first written for and published by The Roar. At the end of most weekends, I take a moment to reflect on how lucky I am to live in a country like Australia – a country that loves sport as much as I do.
If you are an AFL player, I imagine that there are certain milestones that will always stick out in your memory when you reflect on your career. A premiership if you are lucky enough to win one. A Brownlow Medal if you are lucky enough to be awarded one. Being presented with your first team […]
This week there was very exciting news coming out of GWS Giants HQ, with the Club announcing that it has officially lodged its bid with the AFL to obtain a licence for the inaugural national women’s league which is set to launch in February 2016. With the AFL keen to give the 8 chosen clubs […]
Last weekend was my first GWS Giants game in Sydney for 2016. Not only was it my first game for this year, but it was also my first game as an official member of the GWS Giants. Whilst I never thought orange would be a colour I would voluntarily wear, I’m looking forward to rocking […]
As most of you will know, the game of rugby league is the game that I love. However, following the outcry after the Swans game this weekend, I felt it was time to write something AFL. Many thanks to an anonymous friend who helped me a bunch with this piece. Enjoy. In Round 4 of […]
Something very special is building in Western Sydney. Saturday 20th February was one of my favourite days of the year – Fan Day. But not just one Fan Day. This year, I attended both Parramatta Eels Fan Day and GWS Giants Fan Day in one day. You might say I was in fan engagement heaven. […]
This story was first written for and published by Western Sydney Women. There are very few things in the world that have the power that sport does. Sport has the capacity to incite passion, to cause devastation, to evoke extreme emotion and ultimately to unite us as human beings.
On Saturday, Spotless Stadium will open its gates to GWS Giants fans across Sydney, as the Giants face the Hawthorn Hawks in their first Sydney home game of 2016. I have very fond memories of Spotless Stadium. After becoming a member of the Sydney Thunder during BBL05 and WBBL01, I spent many summer evenings at […]