Muruwari woman Ash Gardner is the second Indigenous woman to play cricket for Australia and her debut came sixty years after the first Indigenous woman, Faith Thomas, played in the 1950’s. Ash joins Sam Squiers to discuss the barriers facing young Indigenous people getting into cricket, winning the 2020 World Cup and the opportunities she’s creating for school kids through the Ashleigh Gardner Foundation.
Australian cricket veteran Alex Blackwell has seen a lot in her career & believes the WBBL is changing the face of women’s cricket and the girls are loving it.
If you thought one Lanning was lethal, how about two! Anna Lanning wants to make her own name in the WBBL & one day join sister Meg in the Australian team!
Sarah Coyte has represented Australia, won World Cups & the Ashes but has only been able to watch as brothers Scott & Adam played in the Big Bash…until now.
What a year it’s been for Women in Sport. Here’s the 10 most memorable moments of when our girls dominated in 2015.
Australian fast bowler Holly Ferling gives us a unique insight into what life is like for a female cricketer. Somehow she finds enough hours in a day to fit it all in.
Sportette has asked the most influential athletes and administrator their wish for the women in their sport for next year and in five years.
Sportette’s editor was invited to Southern Stars training to see first hand what goes into making this World Champion Australian Women’s Cricket Team.
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