Don’t hate the player: Wagga soccer club stands behind transgender team member

Rebecca Fist
Updated May 26 2017 - 10:29am, first published May 25 2017 - 1:00pm
MAKING A STAND: Wagga United player Holly Conroy, captain Jes Smith and Holly's reserve grade coach Keith Ramsay training at Duke of Kent Oval this week. Picture: Les Smith
MAKING A STAND: Wagga United player Holly Conroy, captain Jes Smith and Holly's reserve grade coach Keith Ramsay training at Duke of Kent Oval this week. Picture: Les Smith

WITH open arms, Wagga United has welcomed a transgender player to its ranks, a decision that has been met with hostility by some community members, who believe Holly Conroy should not be playing in the women’s soccer competition.

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