AFLW: Some reflections on the AFLW’s 2022 Pride Rounds

Yvette Wroby shares some thoughts on AFLW Pride, sharing both some personal experiences as well as resources she has found helpful in stumbling her way to an understanding of the current family and societal situation.

Round 1 – St Kilda v Gold Coast: Power to the players

Yvette Wroby’s head is spinning between the AFLW Grand Final between Carlton and Adelaide, and her St Kilda Saints first game at Marvel Stadium. Starting a movement through a casual tweet, to watching a game of men needing skill improvement, it’s been a big week.

AFLW Round 6 – Triple Header and Masters of the World

Yvette Wroby writes of her three games at Docklands on Saturday. Of Masters and AFLW players, supporters and connections. Of taking it all in amongst friends.

AFLW Round 3 – Thoughts, Observations and Tipping.

Yvette Wroby is too busy preparing for another round of AFLW to properly construct another article or even literate sentences. These are her thoughts, observations and prediction for Round 3.

A Relaxing Sunday and The Womens Footy Almanac

With long weekends and holidays approaching, Kate Birrell highly recommends The Womens Footy Almanac 2018 as a terrific read to both reflect upon the season that was and to contemplate that which lies ahead.

The Women’s Footy Almanac Pie Night Wrap: A night I will remember forever

Kasey Symons hosted the first Women’s Footy Almanac Pie Night. This is how she saw the night.

Tonight is Pie Night! All Welcome!

Join us tomorrow night for a traditional ‘Footy Pie Night’ at the Fitzroy Bowls Club as we come together to celebrate women’s footy as well as our passion for writing on it at the Almanac. Tickets only $20 and are available on the door.

Pride in the AFLW: Interview with Bulldog Hannah Scott

Kasey Symons catches up with Hannah Scott after the Bulldogs’ huge win against Carlton in the AFLW Pride match at the Western Oval last night.

Kate O’Halloran in The Guardian: ‘Opening night crowds a clear sign AFLW is here to stay’

Read Kate O’Halloran’s latest piece on AFLW Opening Night on The Guardian website. [Great article Kate – KS]

Almanac Radio Interview Today: Jon Faine’s Conversation Hour

Writer, university researcher and now Guardian contributor and assistant sports editor Kate O’Halloran  and John Harms will be Jon Faine’s guests on The Conversation Hour today (Thursday) from 11am. (774 ABC Melbourne) They will be talking about The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017. But it’s also slightly different Conversation Hour today. The discussion will take place [Read more]

Photo Gallery: The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 Launch

A fantastic photo gallery capturing all the excitement of the Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 launch. So many passionate fans of women’s footy filled the bar for this special event.

The power of AFL football: Pride game helps foster change in country Victoria

Kate O’Halloran has written a wonderful piece profiling the second Gay That’s OK Pride and Inclusion game.