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Sky Blues provide support to female pathway

Harvey Norman NSW Sky Blues are playing a key role in developing the next generation of female stars, taking up coaching positions with teams across the state participating in the Lisa Fiaola Cup gala day at Tuggerah’s Central Coast Regional Sporting Complex on Tuesday 27 September.

Corban Baxter (Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks), Keeley Browne and Keeley Davis (Illawarra Steelers) are among those who have been sharing their knowledge and skills with their respective club Under 17s pathway teams in preparation for the annual event.

The first round of matches will kick-off at 9am, with games consisting of 10-minute halves and teams spread across three pools. Each team will play four games with a total of 360 females taking part in the event.

Teams taking part include Parramatta Eels, Central Coast Roosters, NRL Victoria, Newcastle Knights, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Wests Tigers, Illawarra Steelers, Penrith Panthers, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Northern Tigers, Northern Rivers, St George Dragons, North Coast Bulldogs, Western Rams, and Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks

NSWRL Female Pathways Manager and Sky Blues Coach Kylie Hilder said she is proud of the Sky Blues for passing on their skills and knowledge.

“The younger girls look up to the Sky Blues and it is important to show our players that we are united and committed to helping grow the female game across all levels,” she said.

“I am looking forward to what each of these teams will bring out on the day and can’t wait to see the female game continue to go from strength to strength.”

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