Celebrating the 2023 NRLW competition
The 2023 NRLW Premiership will be the sixth professional season for women’s rugby league in Australia, with 10 teams chasing on-field glory. Family of League are proud supporters, and look forward to sharing experiences around this explosive competition.
Discussing the booming NRWL with NRL’s Renee Gartner
Family of League are excited to acknowledge the start of the 2023 NRL Women’s Competition. To celebrate, our events manager, Doug Keen, speaks to high-profile NRL presenter and reporter Renee Gartner to find out her perspective on this exploding game!
To understand some of the exciting advances in and around our game, let alone the amazing trajectory of women in league, our Family of League Chair, Helen Wood Grant, has just appeared on the sports leadership podcast channel: Lead From The Side.
Insightful listening, Helen shares some of her experiences from her business life as well as observations on leadership, communication and taking on the many challenges of change.
Here are the links for both Apple Podcast and Spotify.Apple Podcast linkSpotify link
We chat to up-and-coming NRLW player Jordan Fenbow
High-profile NRL presenter and reporter Renee Gartner chats to rising NRLW star, Jordan Fenbow, and explores her fun and enthusiasm for our great game… and why there are so many opportunities for women right now
Catching up with the NSWRL’s Tracie Edmondson
With our ongoing celebration of this booming NRLW competition, we speak to the NSWRL’s Tracie Edmondson, Head of Communication and Community Engagement at the New South Wales Rugby League, and get her thoughts on this exciting year…
Exploring the local and international world of Physical Disability sport with Michelle Povah
We chat to Michelle Povah, board member and supporter of NSW Physical Disability Rugby League Association… and discuss her long-term relationship with the game she loves.
Hearing the junior league perspective, from referee Garnet Davies
We spend time with junior league referee, Garnet Davies. A keen Souths supporter, she shares her thoughts on the game as well as women in league… and what excites her about our game.
Conversations with Jo Farr, possibly the longest career woman in league
When it comes to long-term engagement with women in league, there’s none better than Jo Farr, Manager – Competitions and Pathways for the NSWRL. Possibly enjoying the longest career of any woman in rugby league (and a Canterbury tragic), Jo shares some wonderful moments about the game we love.