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In this debut episode, Sam Squiers delves deep into the biggest issues facing women in sport. This week Sam looks into the sponsorship saga that has enveloped Netball Australia, and the steps that led to the sport losing most of the $15 million it was set to receive from Hancock Prospecting. Journalist Selina Steele has been right in the middle of the story, and she brings insight to the topic, from the environmental concerns surrounding Hancock Prospecting, to the impact the deal was set to have on Indigenous communities and players. Sam and Selina also question the responsibilities of all athletes and sporting administrations when it comes to striking deals across elite sport.


Passionate is an understatement for how Melbourne Vixens co-captain and Diamonds player, Kate Moloney, feels about her beloved sport of netball. But passion isn’t always enough, and being left off the start list for Commonwealth Games team and World Cups team was still a bitter pill for Kate to swallow. In this episode, Kate speaks with with host Sam Squiers about: What she learned working with young people in a juvenile detention centre. Being selected for the Melbourne Vixens and why she’s stuck with the team for so long. Captaining the Vixens from premiers to bottom of the ladder. Getting the call to play in the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Her thoughts on the infamous Suncorp Super Netball super shot

37. ROSIE KING – The Puma Fearless Series

CEO of Netball Victoria and Melbourne Vixens, Rosie King OAM wants to see the Suncorp Super Netball competition expand and provide more opportunities for elite netballers. Rosie has held leadership roles in some of Australia and New Zealand’s largest companies and joins Sam Squiers to discuss getting her first taste of CEO leadership at the Geelong Football Club, changing misconceptions about netball and what needs to happen for the Super Netball competition to grow.

33. JEMMA MI MI – The Puma Fearless Series

Queensland Firebird Jemma Mi Mi wants to see Indigenous culture embedded into netball every day of the year, not just during the Indigenous Round.  Jemma joins Sam Squiers to talk about her incredible journey to the top of her game and to discuss what she wants to see from Indigenous Round in the future, how she’s found confidence through sport and becoming a role model for the next generation of netballers.


Growing up in a small town in Trinidad & Tobago, NSW Swifts goal shooter Sam Wallace never imagined she’d be living and playing in Australia. Sam Wallace joins Sam Squiers to discuss playing college basketball in the USA (and why she gave it up to move home to Trinidad), the surprising intensity of Swifts’ training and losing her Dad a few days after winning the 2019 Suncorp Super Netball grand final.


Growing up in regional Queensland taught Laura Geitz resilience and the value of hard work. Laura joins Sam Squiers to discuss being bullied for her height during school, captaining the Queensland Firebirds and Australian Diamonds and what it means to be a Suncorp Team Girls Ambassador.


Turning setbacks into opportunities has been a consistent part of Ash Brazill’s career. Ash joins Sam Squiers to discuss becoming the first woman to play professional netball and AFL, remaining hopeful in spite of missing out on the Australian Diamonds selection and why her wedding went viral.

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