Region hopeful for new girls league soon

Aspiring footballer Stephanie Morland alongside Warranor president Graeme Carter. Warranor are looking to fill an all girls under 12 side for the new competition.

In recent weeks, AFL Gippsland have been in consultation with junior clubs in the region around starting an under 12 girls football competition. After receiving some positive feedback from four clubs in particular, the wheels were put into motion and

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Gala for girls

Miriama Cooper from Drouin Dragons Soccer Club played in the Gippsland Soccer League's under 14 team that took on Bayside United under 12s.

Drouin Dragons Soccer Club hosted a girls’ soccer gala day recently, which coincided with the last week of the club’s free Mini Roos junior program. About 350 people turned up to the event including players, parents, coaches and spectators on

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Girls tackle science

Girls at Trafalgar High School are becoming enthusiastic about physics and other science subjects, bucking a global trend.  They include (back, from left) Isabel Watson, Emily MacDonald, Julia Rodriguez, Tarnee Cant, (front, from left) Erica Hill, Amy Kasper, Tegan Brown and Annaliese Henderson.

More girls than ever before are tackling science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects at Trafalgar High School, bucking a global trend. Physics teacher at Trafalgar High School Fiona Milkins said with girls under-represented in STEM subjects, the school set about

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Girls make mark

Trafalgar Junior Football Club will debut in the new CGJFL youth girls competition this year: (back, from left) Ayla Dwyer, Darcy Gillies, Alex Hopkins, Kaitlyn Ferguson, Meg Findlay, Maycie King, Zoe Arnold, Nicole Faltum, Winsome Sheehy, Kirra Gill, Maddison Gray; (centre) team manager Michelle Robertson, Haylee Bills, Zoe Varsaci, Abbey Sneddon, Renee Faltum, Tess Sneddon, Mikki Tullett, coach Tracey O’Brien; (front) Tahlia Vosper, Matilda Matthews, Portia Bell and Jade Boyle.

Trafalgar Junior Football Club will expand its team list this year, with a youth girls team set to take the field in the new Central Gippsland Junior Football League competition. Coach Tracey O’Brien has embraced the challenge and taken on

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