Ali Brigginshaw is a veteran of women’s rugby league. As the longest-serving Jillaroo, as well as captain of the Australian national team and the Brisbane Bronco’s, Ali’s love for rugby runs deep. In this episode she talks us through the fight for the NRLW CBA, the challenges of her early playing career being the only girl on the team, and her hopes for the future of the sport.
Plus, our predictions for the WNBL finals showdown and we unpack whether it's really worth Australia hosting the 2032 Olympics.?
We also take a look around the grounds for the latest results and let you know what to watch in women’s sport this weekend.
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Guest: Ali Brigginshaw
Executive Producer: Tia Ucich
Producer: Susannah Makin
Audio Producer: Madeline Joannou
Music by Mardi Lumsden
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