Twenty amateurs added to US Women’s Open
The United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced that 20 additional amateurs have earned entry into the 75th US Women’s Open Championship, which will be hosted by Champions Golf Club, in Houston, Texas, from December 10-13, 2020.
Hall shoots record 65 to lead in Jeddah
England's Georgia Hall set a course record of seven-under-par to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Saudi Ladies International.
The W-League still has world class stars, Australians just don’t know them yet
The 100th year of women’s football presents a great opportunity for the women’s game to make its mark in Australia.
OP-ED: 'Transfer fees and W-League growth are FFA's key principles'
The current situation Australian football finds itself in may be a blessing in disguise. While financial uncertainty is never a good thing, a chance to re-assess and build towards a realistic business model is an opportunity FFA should grab with both hands.
Remember the first (and last) time the world's greatest footballers came to Australia?
Before the A-League, W-League, Matildas and Socceroos' modern era all revolutionised football in Australia, 20 years ago, Australia welcomed the best footballers in the world. With the Matildas set to star at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics and then host the 2023 Women's World Cup, it begs the question...what was it like to host the best female footballers in the world in Sydney 2000?
WATCH! Live stream of FIFA's Women's World Cup announcement
As soon as the FIFA press conference to announce the 2023 Women's World Cup hosts begins, you can watch it live on FIFA's YouTube channel by following the link below.
Exclusive interview with trick-shot queen Tania Tare
Tania Tare is one of the world's most recognisable trick-shot artists and has amassed over 300,000 followers across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Here, the New Zealander discusses her process, her injuries, the state of the women's game and her aspirations to join the LPGA Tour.