Yvette Wroby on The Marngrook Footy Show! 

For those who missed it, Yvette Wroby was on The Marngrook Footy Show last night talking about the recently released Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 and the Passion and Pain exhibition which opens today at Glen Eira City Council Town Hall.

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 in The Guardian.

Kasey Symons has written a piece for The Guardian that tells the story behind The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 and the community of writers, editors, artists, comedians, poets and fans it has brought together. 

Almanac Book Review – The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018: Women still doing it for themselves

Women are doing it for themselves, writes Cheryl Critchley in her review of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018. Kudos to the whole Almanac community who helped realise this project, with a special shout out to editors Kasey Symons and Yvette Wroby and publisher John Harms.

VFLW: Southern Saints B&F showed great signs for the red, white and black.

Yvette Wroby attended the inaugural Southern Saints Best and Fairest at the beautiful new RSEA Park in Moorabbin and mingled with the stars of the future. Watch out for these names in the upcoming AFLW draft.

Open Letter to AFL- AFLW fixture needs to be equalised

Running the AFLW competition for only seven weeks as the Home and Away season for 10 club is ridiculous says Yoshi. He believes all clubs should play each other, by introducing two conferences is like AFLW having two leagues.

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 in MOJO News

The launch of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 was covered by MOJO News Tuesday night by Nathan John.

Listen to the Women’s Australian Rules Football Radio Podcast: Recorded live from The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 launch

Women’s Australian Rules Football Radio was in the house at The North Fitzroy Arms on Tuesday night when we launched The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 to record interviews with some key players from the book.

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 Launch: What a night!

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 is officially launched!
Relive a great night at the North Fitzroy Arms on Tuesday night and buy your copy today!

What’s in The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018?

Here’s some information about The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 which was launched on Sep 4. Copies are now available – free postage.

Field, Ground, Oval, Stadium.

Fitzroy play Willy CYs at Bill Lawry Oval in Northcote on Saturday. It’s timely to revisit Andy Fuller’s contemplative piece on ground, ovals, history and culture amid the backdrop of a Darebin Falcons game at Bill Lawry Oval. [Fine writing – Ed]

Darliah Killer and the Kimberly Football League (via ABC)

This short clip on a young woman from Looma in the Kimberly region of Western Australia serves as a reminder or refresher of the true power of our game.

The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 – Now Available!

We are proud to present The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018! Copies of the book are now available for sale for just $30 which includes FREE postage in Australia. Buy your copy today!

Almanac Book Launch: The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 – Tuesday September 4

Celebrate the launch of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2018 with us on Tuesday, September 4 from 6pm. Speeches at 6.30pm at North Fitzroy Arms Hotel, 296 Rae St, North Fitzroy. All are welcome!

A response to Mark Robinson’s piece on AFLW in Saturday’s Herald Sun

Yvette Wroby responds, globally and point by point, (and passionately) to Mark Robinson’s appraisal of AFLW and women’s footy which was published in the Herald Sun on Saturday (Aug 11). [A strong response to say the least – Ed]

Fundraising Lunch for BCNA event with Yvette Wroby as guest speaker.

The new owners of Prince Patrick Hotel are holding a fundraising Lunch for BCNA event with Yvette Wroby as guest speaker. She’s been asked to speak for 20 minutes. Come and see if she can stick to a deadline when there’s SO much to say in the current climate!

Round 18 – St Kilda v Richmond: A footy odyssey in four parts

Our Japanese correspondent Yoshi Imagawa kept Yvette Wroby busy on a recent visit. Between young and old Caulfield Bears, footy for men and women, and a good old North Fitzroy Arms Hotel catch up, it was a pretty good few days…sans any Saints wins.

South East Women’s Football League Division 1 – St Kilda Sharks v Cranbourne: Bodies on the Line Part 2

Yvette Wroby finally catches her second game of the season of her beloved St Kilda Sharks. The Sharks got flogged, and player Rachel hurt her knee. Yvette found a place being a supporter of a different kind.

Junior Umpiring: Seeking Gender Equality at the Grass Roots

‘Aside from the cash difference, my major concern is the message this payment system sends to junior umpires.’ Georgina Hibberd noticed something on the payment sheet when her son took up junior umpiring that perpetuates the attitude of women’s and girls’ footy being seen as ‘less’.

Women in Sport Summit – Jarrod Landells’ interview with Amanda Farrugia

As a lead in to an upcoming summit, Jarrod Landells talked all things women in sport with GWS star Amanda Farrugia.

Round 15 – Comment: Fixing a glaring problem

Anne Cahill Lambert is being driven nuts by the AFLM commentary. She took it all in on Friday night.