Episode twelve, season three of the Girls Play Footy Podcast is now available to download, and this week we highlight a special ANZAC Cup women’s match in Villers-Bretonneux, France.
First, we catch up with Wandsworth Demons’ footballer and Australian Spirit captain, Hayley Canton, who explains her family’s history in the Australian Army and why playing in the ANZAC Cup means so much to her.
On the French side of the equation, we chat with Coline Duquet about how discovered Australian football in Sydney and what this weekend’s ANZAC Cup means to the people of Villers-Bretonneux.
Also on the podcast, the USAFL’s Andrea Casillas gives us the lowdown on the Regional Metro Circuit of games, being played across the United States’ North East from now through to late May.
Back home, we catch up with injured Fremantle Dockers footballer Tiah Haynes to see how her WAWFL club the Coastal Titans are going, plus her predictions for Round 3.
Then we speak with Kate Riley, who explains how her team was without a club just a couple of weeks out from the start of the season, and how the small Red Hill Football Netball Club came to the rescue.
Finally, we hear some of the speeches from the AFLW club best and fairests announced so far.
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The Girls Play Footy Podcast is broadcast first on Wednesday evenings from approximately 6:15pm on RSN Carnival (Digital Radio) in Melbourne. The Podcast version is then available the following morning on iTunes and Soundcloud.