More women are playing footy, but where are they all coming from?

Tahlia Sinclair
Updated May 31 2024 - 3:56pm, first published May 30 2024 - 8:15pm
First year Reddies players Cloey Petersen, Ebony Weekes, Shallan Wright, Chloe Cheeseman and Katie Wallace at training at Beres Elwood Oval. Picture by Bernard Humphreys
First year Reddies players Cloey Petersen, Ebony Weekes, Shallan Wright, Chloe Cheeseman and Katie Wallace at training at Beres Elwood Oval. Picture by Bernard Humphreys

As Southern Inland Rugby Union expands to a 12s format this season, clubs need more players.

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Tahlia Sinclair

Tahlia Sinclair

Sports journalist

Tahlia Sinclair is a sports journalist running around Wagga Wagga for The Daily Advertiser.

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