This story was first written for and published by The Roar. A question I frequently get asked is which sport is doing the most for women’s sport in Australia. My answer is always the same. Each sport seems to be nailing it in at least one key area. For example, when it comes to participation, […]
This story was first written for and published by The Roar. In case you missed it, here are my top five women’s sport stories from the past week. New South Wales Women win the Interstate Challenge
This story was first written for and published by The Roar. Good news Australian sports fans. Not only did Channel Nine broadcast the Australian Women’s Cricket team’s semi-final in the Women’s World Cup against India last night, but it has also been announced the Women’s Interstate Challenge, which will be played on Sunday at 11.45am […]
This story was first written for and published by The Roar. New South Wales Blues fans – are there any of you out there? How are you feeling? Shattered. Tired. Distressed. Over it. All of the above? After the Queensland Maroons’ dominant 22-6 win to seal the 2017 State of Origin series, I don’t blame […]
This story was first written for and published by The Roar. It may be cold in Sydney at the moment but with the Australian Women’s Cricket team currently in action in the ICC Women’s World Cup in England, I almost feel like summer has returned. Australia have played four games so far – their first […]
This article was first written for and published by The Roar. In terms of results, it’s certainly been a more positive week for Australian rugby. It started last Saturday when the Australian Wallabies beat Italy 40-27. Sure, it wasn’t pretty – in fact I would go as far as to say it was ugly – […]
This article was first written for and published by The Roar. “I am delighted we are supporting a bid for the 2023 Women’s World Cup.” With those magic words, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull confirmed on Tuesday what many people within the football community had suspected for months – Australia is aiming to host the world’s […]
This story was first written for and published by The Roar. Another week. Another blow for the ARU. This week the ARU has been under fire after it was announced that Buildcorp had decided to end its role as naming rights sponsor of the National Rugby Championship.
Flashback to 2006. I was 17 years old and in my final year of school. I had always been a hard worker and had promised myself at the beginning of the year that I would work as hard as I possibly could. That way, when my final results came out, I would know that I […]
Congratulations Sydney – this week you put on quite a show.