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Lizards endangered as women step up

Tuesday, 6th December, 2011

KEEN: Willyama PDHPE teacher Lyndsay Kubiak is one of the many local girls who are eager to see a women’s football competition established. An all-girls team will take on the Shinglebacks in an exhibition game tonight. KEEN: Willyama PDHPE teacher Lyndsay Kubiak is one of the many local girls who are eager to see a women’s football competition established. An all-girls team will take on the Shinglebacks in an exhibition game tonight.

 By Darrin Manuel

Tonight’s exhibition football match will showcase class, grace, style - and the Shinglebacks.

The Lizards are set to take on the city’s female footballers in a “tackle and tag” game at the Jubilee Oval.

The format means that the Shinglebacks will only be able to tag their fleet-footed opponents in an attempt to cause a stoppage, while the girls will be able to tackle with full force.

Kick along for women’s footy

Monday, 28th November, 2011

RUNNING SNAP: Central’s Katie Patison kicks for goal at the Jubilee Oval yesterday. RUNNING SNAP: Central’s Katie Patison kicks for goal at the Jubilee Oval yesterday.

 By Kurtis Eichler

The city is one step closer to having its very own women’s Aussie Rules competition after a successful trial game was played at the Jubilee Oval yesterday.

West defeated Central 21 points to 11 in what was billed as a preview match of a possible women’s competition in 2012.

More than 200 spectators cheered the players on and Peter Nash, the mentor to the female footballers, Nash revealed there “will be something” for the women AFL fans next year.

Female footy fix

Tuesday, 15th November, 2011

GAME ON: Keen to start a women’s AFL competition in BH are (from left) Katie Patison, Lyndsay Kubiak, Heidi Drenkhahn and Alana Flugel. GAME ON: Keen to start a women’s AFL competition in BH are (from left) Katie Patison, Lyndsay Kubiak, Heidi Drenkhahn and Alana Flugel.

Momentum continues to build for the creation of a women’s AFL competition in Broken Hill which could prove to be a vital component for the future of the sport.

According to the SA National Football League’s Inclusive Programs Manager Peter Cates, the development of a female competition would have wide-ranging benefits for the code in BH.

“Women’s AFL is the fastest growing sport in Australia and we are seeing unprecedented interest,” Mr Cates said.

“In the past female participation in footy hasn’t been encouraged but those barriers have slowly been broken down and now we are seeing enormous growth.

Nurses schooled in delicate procedure

Saturday, 5th November, 2011

TRAINING: Nachiappan Surgery’s Officer Manager, Lynley Rebbeck, and Practice Nurse Kathy Mitchell with Family Planning NSW Nurse Education Co-ordinator Catherine McGowen. TRAINING: Nachiappan Surgery’s Officer Manager, Lynley Rebbeck, and Practice Nurse Kathy Mitchell with Family Planning NSW Nurse Education Co-ordinator Catherine McGowen.


By Emily Roberts

Nurses this week underwent training to learn how to screen women for cancer.

Family Planning NSW Nurse Education Co-ordinator, Catherine McGowen, and colleague Ann Hutching visited the city to teach ‘World Women’s Screening’ courses.

Mrs McGowen said eight nurses from four different practices and Maari Ma Health took part.

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