The Women's Game News

Aoife Colvill: She Cairns Do Anything

Aoife Colvill: She Cairns Do Anything

Douglas Adams wrote in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy the number 42 was the “Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything”. 20 Aug 2018
Lightning back to the big dance

Lightning back to the big dance

Sunshine Coast Lightning are off to defend their Premiership title after a 59-50 win over minor premiers Giants Netball. 19 Aug 2018
Black Ferns continue dominance over Wallaroos in historic test

Black Ferns continue dominance over Wallaroos in historic test

The New Zealand Black Ferns have kept their winning run against Australia intact after beating them at ANZ stadium 31-11. 19 Aug 2018
Emeralds looking for World Cup success

Emeralds looking for World Cup success

The Emeralds, Australia’s Women's baseball team, will continue their dream of ultimate success at this month's Women's World Cup of Baseball. 19 Aug 2018
Podium Finish for Mitchelton-Scott

Podium Finish for Mitchelton-Scott

Team Sunweb runs out winners with Mitchelton-Scott finishing a classy second. 17 Aug 2018
Former Victory coach lands at Western Pride

Former Victory coach lands at Western Pride

Former Melbourne Victory W-League coach Matthew Shepherd has signed on with NPL and A-League bidders Western Pride as Technical Director. 17 Aug 2018
Salas fires course record at Brickyard Crossing

Salas fires course record at Brickyard Crossing

Lizette Salas matched the Brickyard Crossing record with a 10-under 62 on Thursday in the Indy Women in Tech Championship. 17 Aug 2018
Canberra's comeback King

Canberra's comeback King

Taren King will return to Canberra United for her second season in the Westfield W-League in 2018/19. 17 Aug 2018
Lightning ready to defend their title

Lightning ready to defend their title

After a grand-final like showdown against the Queensland Firebirds, Sunshine Coast Lightning will line-up against minor Premiers Giants Netball. 17 Aug 2018
Eight is great for legendary Lillywhite

Eight is great for legendary Lillywhite

Shae Lillywhite has played at more World Cups than any other Australian. 16 Aug 2018
Wallaroos confident in defeating New Zealand

Wallaroos confident in defeating New Zealand

Wallaroos veteran lock Rebecca Clough is confident they can get the job done against New Zealand on Saturday. 16 Aug 2018
Top 3 ways to boost athlete immunity

Top 3 ways to boost athlete immunity

By Helen Duong, an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Advanced Sports Dietitian, working with cricket, AFLW and AFL athletes. 16 Aug 2018
Hockeyroos Turn Focus To Olympics With Japan Four Nations

Hockeyroos Turn Focus To Olympics With Japan Four Nations

The Hockeyroos will compete in the Four Nations Women's Ibaraki International Tournament in Japan next month. 15 Aug 2018
Dragons paving the path for future generations

Dragons paving the path for future generations

St.George Illawarra Dragons women's coach Daniel Lacey says the club is laying down the foundation for future generations during the inaugural NRLW season. 15 Aug 2018
Lee brings home silver in best international performance

Lee brings home silver in best international performance

Kareena Lee will take a silver medal back to Noosa after a spectacular 10km open water marathon swim. 15 Aug 2018
UCI-WWT in Sweden

UCI-WWT in Sweden

The Postnord UCI WWT VÅRGÅRDA WESTSWEDEN team time trial (TTT) and road race (RR) were held in Sweden on 11/8 and 13/8. 14 Aug 2018
Southern Saints skipper retires at 19

Southern Saints skipper retires at 19

Teenage Southern Saints skipper Georgia Walker has been forced to retire from the game at the age of 19 with long-term concussion. 14 Aug 2018
Aussie Wrap: WNBA Week 12

Aussie Wrap: WNBA Week 12

Phoenix clinched a playoff berth this week to ensure that no less than three Aussie players will feature in the post-season, but the Aussie-laden Dallas Wings have fallen into a dangerous late-season spiral that has threatened to derail their season. However, the undoubted story of the week was the outstanding late season form of Rebecca Allen, who eclipsed her season scoring high twice in as many games for the Liberty. 14 Aug 2018
Dolphins finish Para Pan Pacs on a high

Dolphins finish Para Pan Pacs on a high

The Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships came to an end last night as Australia finished with 43 gold, 30 silver and 21 bronze to top the medal tally. 14 Aug 2018
Grassroots the key to developing women’s cricket

Grassroots the key to developing women’s cricket

Women’s cricket in Australia has improved immeasurably in recent years, and there seems to be no signs of slowing down. 13 Aug 2018
Barty takes title in Canada

Barty takes title in Canada

Ash Barty has capped a stellar week in Montreal by claiming the Coupe Rogers doubles title with Dutchwoman Demi Schuurs in Montreal. 13 Aug 2018