Marquee AFLW player Sabrina Frederick wants her sport to professionalise. Sabrina fell in love with AFL after moving from England to Western Australia as a kid but was shocked to learn she couldn’t play Australia’s national sport at the top level. To continue playing, Sabrina joined the women’s team when she was in her early teens and moved across the country to play for the Brisbane Lions in the first season of the AFLW. Sabrina joins Sam Squiers to discuss finding her love for the game again after two Grand Final losses, finding confidence through sport and how she is using her platform and profile to be a powerful voice for fight for equality.
The AFL Women’s League blew expectations right out of the over-crowded parks this weekend, but there were some critics, so we’ve put things into perspective
It’s a landmark year which could change the face of sport in Australia for generations to come. Has it come too soon or are we ready? What it all means.
A full wrap of the history making AFL Women’s Draft Day, who went where and who you need to know about ahead of the inaugural season.
It’s the moment all footy players dream of, to one day play in the AFL. Little girls have always joined in on that dream and now it’s finally a reality. This new league will redefine the hopes and dreams of all little girls.
The AFL has one massive marketable product on its hands. When you think of what Women’s AFL has achieved in just 35 years, imagine the next 10.
Brianna Davey was forced to quit AFL at a young age but she become an elite athlete in another football code.
Now she’s back and has gone from Matilda to Marquee player for the inaugural Women’s AFL League.
Katie Brennan is a star forward for the Western Bulldogs for the inaugural AFL National Women’s League.
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