Episode eleven, season three, of the Girls Play Footy Podcast is now available to download, and we’ve got a big focus on state league footy, plus we review the Haggis Cup.
Our feature guest for this week’s podcast is the Nottingham Scorpions and GB Swans centre half-forward, Rania Ramadan.
In this episode, Rania gives us the lowdown on the Nottingham Scorpions’ great form so far in 2017, a team that starred in their Haggis Cup triumph, plus the build-up to IC17 in Melbourne.
Also on the podcast, Fremantle’s NAB Rising Star nominee Ashley Sharp talks about how it feels to be back in the black and white jumper for Swan Districts, and her thoughts on WAWFL round two.
We then head down to the Apple Isle, where Leigh Elder fills us in on the restructure of women’s football in Tasmania, involving a new revamped state league and three new regional competitions.
And finally, we give our early predictions on who will make the VFL Women’s top four, with our own Katie Lambeski and Kristy Williams.
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