Pearson expects Group Nine's new competition to boost women's pathways

Courtney Rees
Updated February 13 2024 - 5:53pm, first published 4:30pm
Parramatta NRLW star Rachael Pearson with Turvey Park Public School students Archie Hartas, Heath Carey and Ella O'Brian during the Roads To Regions visit on Tuesday. Picture by Courtney Rees
Parramatta NRLW star Rachael Pearson with Turvey Park Public School students Archie Hartas, Heath Carey and Ella O'Brian during the Roads To Regions visit on Tuesday. Picture by Courtney Rees

Rachael Pearson expects more Riverina women to work their way through to NRLW as pathways continue to expand.

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Courtney Rees

Courtney Rees

Sports journalist

Courtney is a sports journalist from The Daily Advertiser focusing on Group Nine, Southern Inland, cricket, harness racing and greyhound racing.

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