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why ellie brush was always made for afl women's success at the gws giants

If footballing pedigree is anything to go by, Ellie Brush's rapid rise from W-League captain to AFL Women's star should be no surprise to anyone ahead of the Giants' round-four clash with Brisbane on Saturday.The Australian game has always been in her blood, long before she made her name with the round ball – a journey that led to representing her country in a Matildas shirt.Richmond take pre-season victory over CrowsVideo duration01:30Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:47AFLW plays of round 3AFLW plays of round 3McCarthy sprints to goal of the round, GWS and Freo can't take a trick, the Dees discover a power forward and Erin Phillips dobs one from 60 as the Crows remain top.Richmond take pre-season victory over CrowsVideo duration01:30Video duration01:30Richmond take pre-season vict

greater western sydney giants down melbourne demons for maiden aflw win

The Giants ended their AFL Women's drought at a sodden Blacktown International Sportspark on Friday night, doggedly holding off the Demons to land a five-point win that effectively ended Melbourne's premiership aspirations.Goals to Jacinda Barclay, Aimee Schmidt and Emma Beeson were enough to see off the inaccurate Demons, who finished with one goal and nine behinds in the Giants' last game in Sydney this season.
Flyer: Emma Swanson clears a ruck against the Demons at Blacktown International Sportspark. Photo: Getty ImagesMelbourne spent most of the contest camped in the GWS defensive end, but the Giants refused to bend and bounced back from last week's flogging by Brisbane to land their maiden win in this competition at the fifth time of asking.After failing to win in their first four m

women's sport kicking goals - but let's aim at the right thing

Greater Western Sydney AFLW general manager Libby Sadler kicked the ball through the centre posts on Thursday night, when, as part of a panel at a Women in Sport forum hosted by ACT Minister for Sport Yvette Berry, she started talking about triangles.There aren't many triangles in sport. Circles, squares, rectangles, sure, but not a lot of triangles. But this equilateral idea captured, for me at least, the whole point in the recent revolution, if that's not too big a word, in women's sport.
There's still a long walk ahead for women's sport Photo: Getty ImagesAs Canberra prepares for one of it's biggest weekends of women's sport ever, with the AFLW GWS Giants Western Bulldogs match at Manuka Oval and the Super Netball clash between Giants Netball and the Adelaide Thunderbirds, the forum w

netball legends cath cox and kim green praise women's sport movement

Former Australian captains Cath Cox and Kim Green have praised the women's sport movement over the past six months, but don't believe netball is under threat.The Diamonds legends spoke ahead of the Giants Netball and Adelaide Thunderbirds clash at the AIS Arena on Sunday where Green will skipper the Giants, while Cox will commentate for channel Nine.
GWS Giants captain Kim Green has praised the women's sport movement.  Photo: Murray WilkinsonGreen, 31, believes female athletes have more choice than ever before and said there is a spot at the table for everyone."Netball has been leading the way for quite a while and I get asked 'are you threatened' and I say 'are you kidding me this is amazing'.""It's outstanding what's going on and it provides a great environment for young women to grow

afl women's competition should shown respect by fans

Well golly, haven't the past six weeks of AFLW been fun? I mean I knew it was going to be good. But I didn't think that after such a short space of time I'd be considering getting "Vescio" tattooed to my butt, or that three of the most intimidating people I now know of are named Lily, Ellie, and Daisy. They sound like Disney Princesses, for the love of God! Or at the very least, close relatives of Dora the Explorer. But don't let their adorable names fool you. Just looking at them makes me want to pop in a mouthguard for safety.Not only has learning the new teams and revelling in the symbolic importance of this league been magnificent, but I've quite liked some of the rule changes, too. Fifteen-minute quarters? Yes please. I mean let's keep in mind that I, as well as most of these players,

gws giants player jess bibby could bid sporting career farewell after afl women'

She spent two decades playing basketball in indoor arenas across the world, but Jess Bibby could call an end to her storied sporting career at Manuka Oval.The current Greater Western Sydney Giants player and WNBL games record holder says "it is probably time" to focus on other areas of her life.
Jess Bibby may call an end to her sporting career. Photo: Adam TraffordIt means Manuka Oval could host her final game when the Giants host the Western Bulldogs in Canberra on Saturday night.Bibby defied the odds to play 394 WNBL games after being told she would never play sport again when she injured her back when she was just 23 years old.And at 37 she had to buy her first pair of football boots after she was signed by the Giants for the inaugural AFL Women's competition.While Bibby will weigh u

heather reid says w-league needs to lift their marketing game in wake of aflw

Former Capital Football boss Heather Reid says the W-League needs to lift its marketing game in the wake of the success of the inaugural AFL Women's competition.It also needs to extend to a full home-and-away season.
Former Capital Football boss Heather Reid says the FFA needs to lift their marketing game for the W-League. Photo: Jeffrey Chan She's now in the perfect position to help make both those happen after she was appointed to the Football Federation Australia women's committee on Tuesday.That committee will provide advice directly to the FFA board on policy and strategic direction for women's soccer.Forty years ago she began working in the development of women's soccer in Australia, with the last nine of those heading up Canberra United in the W-League.There's been a massive lift

wearable and sellable is key at paris fashion week

There were two 100th celebrations during this year's Paris Fashion Week. The first was Dries van Noten’s, which the Belgian designer took as an opportunity for a love-in with 54 women who have walked for him since 1993. Supermodels of the past proved they still had what it took to own the runway in a collection that was a remixed retrospective of prints that have made Van Noten’s name. Clothes were styled to show "how the women would like to dress themselves" according to the designer, and for Ellie Pithers at vogue.co.uk, "the joyful atmosphere was infectious". For Pithers, standout looks included "body-enveloping quilted jackets in jewel-toned patchwork satin and velvet, worn with simple jeans, navy polo necks and brogues". On a serious note, Sarah Mower at vogue.com reflected that of th

international women's day: 50 who made us political history

The history of women in American politics is just as long as that of the nation as a whole. Even in the days before the Constitution guaranteed women the right to vote, many tried hard to make a difference as best they could — and succeeded, not only by breaking glass ceilings and proving that women could handle the job but also by introducing important legislation, standing up for their fellow citizens' rights and much more.Whether they held office at the local and federal level, whether they were appointed to the most high-profile jobs in politics or to a role many would never hear about, and even if they merely ran and lost, each made her mark. Some of them wielded their influence in the nation's earliest days and others have only recently been elected to office. And, of course, that hi

giants women chase first ever win over collingwood magpies

The netballers managed to do what the men haven't been able to just yet, and now the Giants' women team has its chance to notch a maiden win over Collingwood.And with their first ever AFLW victory in the bag following last Friday's narrow triumph over the Melbourne Demons, the Giants are quietly confident they can make it two in a row against the Magpies at Olympic Park Oval on Sunday.AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignVideo duration02:58Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:40Plays of the WeekPlays of the WeekMaiden title wins, golden point winners and outrageous midair catches, these are our plays of the week.AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignVideo duration02:58Video duration02:58AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignAFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignA three-year, naming-rights deal worth more

giants women chase first ever win over collingwood magpies

The netballers managed to do what the men haven't been able to just yet, and now the Giants' women team has its chance to notch a maiden win over Collingwood.And with their first ever AFLW victory in the bag following last Friday's narrow triumph over the Melbourne Demons, the Giants are quietly confident they can make it two in a row against the Magpies at Olympic Park Oval on Sunday.AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignVideo duration02:58Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:40Plays of the WeekPlays of the WeekMaiden title wins, golden point winners and outrageous midair catches, these are our plays of the week.AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignVideo duration02:58Video duration02:58AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignAFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignA three-year, naming-rights deal worth more

giants women chase first ever win over collingwood magpies

The netballers managed to do what the men haven't been able to just yet, and now the Giants' women team has its chance to notch a maiden win over Collingwood.And with their first ever AFLW victory in the bag following last Friday's narrow triumph over the Melbourne Demons, the Giants are quietly confident they can make it two in a row against the Magpies at Olympic Park Oval on Sunday.AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignVideo duration02:58Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:40Plays of the WeekPlays of the WeekMaiden title wins, golden point winners and outrageous midair catches, these are our plays of the week.AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignVideo duration02:58Video duration02:58AFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignAFL St Kilda's Moorabbin campaignA three-year, naming-rights deal worth more

brisbane lions hammer greater western sydney giants

Listen: Outer Sanctum podcast - footy from a fresh perspectiveBrisbane Lions conceded just nine points and thrashed GWS Giants by 34 to continue their perfect start to the AFLW season.
Brisbane Lions' Tayla Harris collides with Giants' Renee Tomkins. Photo: Getty ImagesKate McCarthy and Kaitlyn Ashmore kicked two goals each at South Pine Sports Complex and Jordan Membrey and Sabrina Frederick-Traub also kicked majors for the Lions, in their 6.7 (43) to 1.3 (9) victory on Saturday.It was the Lions' fourth victory and puts them top of the table ahead of Adelaide's game in Fremantle on Sunday. The Giants have one draw and three losses from their four games.The first goal came in the second quarter, with the Giants already 6-1 down, when Membrey snapped home from close range helping the Lion

giants women chase first ever win over collingwood magpies

The netballers managed to do what the men haven't been able to just yet, and now the Giants' women team has its chance to notch a maiden win over Collingwood.And with their first ever AFLW victory in the bag following last Friday's narrow triumph over the Melbourne Demons, the Giants are quietly confident they can make it two in a row against the Magpies at Olympic Park Oval on Sunday.Dolphin body slams surferVideo duration01:06Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:40Plays of the WeekPlays of the WeekMaiden title wins, golden point winners and outrageous midair catches, these are our plays of the week.Dolphin body slams surferVideo duration01:06Video duration01:06Dolphin body slams surferDolphin body slams surferA surfer describes how a dolphin did a "massive jump" straight into him off

the diary of the home-made livery yard: relaxing horsey day out — is there such

Just before Christmas, we acquired a Golden Retriever puppy; Wiggles. We have been gradually introducing him to life at the yard and getting him used to the horses.Worryingly, Wiggles will obliviously follow the horses when I bring them in, just inches from their feet and follow them into their stables if I am not quick enough to intervene. While this has aged me several years in the space of a couple of weeks in stress and worry lines, I am pleased that he is not excited by the horses or scared of them. He is just a little, well, obtuse.I had a training breakthrough today though, when leading a horse in from the field. Wiggles was hot on our heels and I actually managed to get him to stop, lie down and stay. Not by command, but simply by growling at him. In fact, I seem to spend an awful

canberra brings female athletes together for women in sport forum

Three-time rugby union World Cup front-rower Louise Burrows hopes a golden generation of female athletes and sporting opportunities will inspire girls to dream big.But the Wallaroos veteran has a simple goal that highlights some of the inequities between men and women despite the rise of elite female competitions.
Wallaroos veteran Louise Burrows. Photo: Jay CronanBurrows, 39, just wants to Australian women's 15-a-side players not to be out of pocket when they play for the Wallaroos.The mum of two and teacher will have to take an extra eight weeks of leave to play for her country and while expenses are covered, there is no income replacement."You've got to be realistic. And I am, I really am," Burrows said."I know that there needs to be bums on seats and everything like that and I don't

trump tweets his 'tremendous respect' for women on int'l women's day; chelsea ha

Wednesday (March 8) is International Women's Day and President Trump expressed his support by tweeting about how vital women are to our society."I have tremendous respect for women and the many roles they serve that are vital to the fabric of our society and our economy," he wrote. "On International Women's Day, join me in honoring the critical role of women here in America & around the world."Trump has been widely criticized as being sexist, and the response to his claim that he has "tremendous respect for women" was swift, with many people pointing out the disparaging and insulting remarks he has made about women in the past.Ahead of the 2016 presidential election, Trump was caught on tape bragging to Access Hollywood's Billy Bush that as a celebrity he could do whatever he wanted with w

gws giants star jonathon patton joins jeremy cameron in committing to the afl cl

Jonathon Patton has signed a three-year contract extension at the Giants, joining fellow big man Jeremy Cameron in committing their long-term futures to Greater Western Sydney.The pair are now locked away until 2020, and make up a glut of recent re-signings for the Giants after Zac Williams and Adam Tomlinson both committed their futures to the club in recent weeks.
Locked in: Jonathon Patton. Photo: Michael Willson/AFL MediaThey join a host of Giants who have signed on the dotted line over the past six months, including co-captain Callan Ward, former number-one draft pick Tom Scully, star midfielder Stephen Coniglio and Western Australian import Rory Lobb.Veteran Steve Johnson signed a one-year extension at the end of last season while former Richmond star Brett Deledio joined during th

how only 2% of your effort can drive as high as 98% of the end results

We have always been looking for the path to success but sometimes it seems that we are just going round in circles. I’ve been there too, working really hard on many different things to make sure all of them work really really well, I just wanted it all and I thought that would make me a have higher chance of success; but of course, it never went the way I wanted.That’s when I started to research for smarter ways to work. And then, I found the unicorn that took me closer to success. Here’s something you can try too to wisely allocate your time and effort to gain the most success.The Unicorn That Drives Great ResultsThe Unicorn Principle tells us that only 2% of your effort is going to contribute 98% of the end result. Sounds amazing? Probably this is why people call it “unicorn”. But how ca

stephen coniglio replaces heath shaw as gws vice-captain

Stephen Coniglio has replaced Heath Shaw as vice-captain in a slight changing of the guard at the GWS Giants while fourth-year player Josh Kelly has been promoted to the leadership group.Kelly joins the leadership group after recently signing a two-year extension to stay at the Giants. He also captained the club for the first time during round one of the preseason against West Coast.
New vice-captain: Giants midfielder Stephen Coniglio Photo: Getty ImagesThe 22-year-old replaces Matt Buntine.Meanwhile Callan Ward and Phil Davis will share the co-captaincy for at least another season at the AFL premiership favourites.

sharyn hill says momentum is building for canberra giants

The momentum is building on the court, and the Canberra Giants are hoping it carries over into a sell-out crowd when they try to secure a maiden Australian Netball League finals spot.Only a handful of tickets are still available for Canberra's clash with the Southern Force at the Lyneham Netball Centre on Saturday night.
Leigh Kalsbeek of the Giants in action. (Photo by Jason O'Brien/Getty Images) Photo: Jason O'BrienThe buzz is expected to continue for Sunday's double header with Netball ACT urging fans to get their tickets early to see both Canberra and it's Super Netball affiliate Greater Western Sydney in action.Canberra co-coach Sharyn Hill says a good start is "absolutely vital" when the Giants host fellow top-four hopeful the Force, and a vocal home crowd will work wonders.Hill sa

this bbq grill tools set is over 70% off right now

I don't know where you live, but today in New York we're preparing for a snow storm, with about a foot of snow expected tomorrow. Fun! So, of course, now seems like the perfect time to start dreaming of summer and all the wonderful activities and foods that will happen in the warm sun.
So let's talk grilling. Whether you have your own grill or use something at your local park, grilling doesn't need to be complicated if you have the right tools. If you want to also dream of summer and plan (far, far) ahead with a new grill set, you're in luck. Today Amazon is hosting a Lightning Deal on a 16-piece barbecue set for $25, which normally costs $87. That means it's 71 percent off, in case you're wondering.
(Image credit: Amazon)
This BBQ grill tools set is an Amazon best-seller, with over 40

gws giants thrash north melbourne in afl pre-season trial at manuka oval

A raft of injuries soured the Greater Western Sydney Giants' 38-point pre-season thumping of the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Manuka Oval on Friday night.Veteran Steve Johnson was taken from the field with a concussion after being on the wrong end of a heavy bump from North midfielder Shaun Higgins in the first quarter, while Aiden Corr played no part in the second half with a hand injury.
Jonathon Patton. Photo: AFL Media/Getty ImagesMidfielder Stephen Cognilio was consoled by teammates after he limped from the field, his ankle caught under a falling defender in the third term.While the medical staff were kept busy in the opening three quarters, it was the GWS forward line with the pedal to the medal in the fourth as they wrapped up a comprehensive 2.15.17 (125) to 0.12.15 (87) win.It t

the silicon shift that’s transforming how tech giants make phones

Chinese smartphone powerhouse Xiaomi joins an exclusive club of companies that roll their own silicon. The post The Silicon Shift That's Transforming How Tech Giants Make Phones appeared first on WIRED.

greater western sydney sign manuka oval naming rights deal with unsw canberra

GWS Giants boss Dave Matthews knows there's problems with a full house at Manuka Oval, but it's a good problem to have.He said the three sellouts the Giants have had there were the perfect audition for their first appearance under the bright lights of Friday night football this season.
Giants boss Dave Matthews says the problems with a full house at Manuka Oval are good ones to have. Photo: Janie BarrettThe Giants announced a three-year deal for the naming rights of Manuka, believed to be worth almost $300,000 a season, with UNSW Canberra on Friday.As part of GWS's 10-year deal with the ACT government, they are able to sell the naming rights for the historic oval for the duration of the AFL season - just as they did with StarTrack four years ago.It's ramping up as a big season for the Gi

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