This past Sunday—June 13th—was World Softball Day and what better way to celebrate the sport than by exploring its rich and fascinating history!
From the first game to developing pathways, Mary Konstantopoulos explores the story of women’s cricket in Tasmania and the new book that tells the tale.
The Lucas Girls: A Match to Remember demonstrates how telling the history of women’s sport can help to positively and accurately reshape our cultural narrative.
Hobart Hurricanes captain Corinne Hall reflects on the release of her book, Victress: Women who paved the way in Australian Sport Last month, one of our favourite women in sport advocates, Michelle Redfern, tagged us in a tweet that celebrated a newly released children’s book from Irish athlete Jacqui Hurley’s, Girls Play Too: Inspiring Stories …
In a career that spanned 34 years, South Australian sports writer Lois Quarrell was a pioneer. A meticulous reporter, a passionate advocate, a champion administrator.