Fans first: how the WNBL is focussing on new initiatives to grow the fanbase

Siren intern Pyper Denneman speaks to head of the WNBL, Christy Collier-Hill about the growing focus on fan engagement in women’s hoops. Christy Collier-Hill presents Cayla George with her WNBL 350 game frame this season. Image sourced: LinkedIn In the heart of bustling arenas, where cheers echo like thunder and passion ignites, lies a world …

The FIBA WWC is calling for Cayla George and the Opals

Siren Collaborator Mary Konstantopoulos speaks to Australian Opal Cayla George about the road to the 2022 FIBA Women’s World Cup after a disappointing Olympics. After a disappointing 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the Australian Opals are looking ahead to their home FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup later this year, beginning the lead-up with a 2-1 record at …

The WNBL launches inaugural league-wide Indigenous Round

Kasey Symons speaks to head of the WNBL, Christy Collier-Hill about how the league is working to include more recognition and celebration of Indigenous Australians. In 2022, the WNBL is holding its inaugural Indigenous round in Round 13. But you might have already seen some teams sporting their sensational Indigenous designed guernseys as clubs committed …