This story was first written and published for The Roar. When our major sports talk about establishing women’s competitions, one of the key words is sustainability. It’s important that we aim to develop competitions that are exciting, marketable and that feature exceptional talent, but the core obligation must be to ensure our competitions are sustainable. […]
This story was first written for and published by The Roar. This week there have been plenty of questions asked about Australian rugby. Who will succeed Bill Pulver as chief executive of the Australian Rugby Union after announcing that he would step down from his role after axing the Western Force from the Super Rugby […]
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.
This story was first written for and published by The Roar Sports. It has been an absolutely remarkable week for the Matildas, who are currently in the United States competing in the Tournament of Nations against three of the top ten best female football teams in the world: Japan, the United States and Brazil. Last […]
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 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.
This article was first written for and published by The Roar. I have a confession to make. Netball has never been a sport I have taken much interest in. It started in school when during term three my options for sport were hockey or netball. I opted for hockey and throughout my teenage years and […]
This story was first written for and published by The Roar. Each week in preparation for writing this piece, I spent half an hour each morning scouring the news looking for my favourite stories in women’s sport. So when Roarers comment that I have missed something, in some circumstances it’s me making a choice to […]
Get ready Australia. History is going to happen in August this year when rugby sevens takes the stage at the Rio Olympics. But before we get there – we need squads. ICYMI, it was yesterday that Australia named its squads for the men’s and women’s rugby sevens at Rio.
With the first day of the Buildcorp National Women’s XVs Championships at an end, the results of Day 1 are as follows.