Georgia Crosby doesn’t let her postcode stop her from reaching her dreams. The 17-year-old embarks on a gruelling nine hour round trip from Albany to Perth to train with WA Rugby and is determined to represent Australia.
Lawyer Kim Evans is on a mission to help grow women’s Rugby in South Australia. She led the charge for the Adelaide University Romas which has since doubled in interest and spiked female participation across the state.
The Burnie Emus Rugby Club have had their fair share of battles. In the early 1990’s the club was forced into a hiatus, but six years on a small group of passionate volunteers managed to bring the club back to life.
Twelve months ago there weren’t many opportunities for young women to play sport in the Flinders Shire region. This prompted Donny and Jordan to start up the Flinders Heat Rugby Sevens team which created a ripple effect in their local community.
A passionate team of teachers and coaches have helped bring rugby back to life at Hutchins School in Hobart. Now students have a clear pathway to club rugby and a much deeper connection to the game.
The Hughenden 7s has transformed from a one-off event into a sought-after tradition with hundreds of people traveling up to 13 hours just to be part of the magic.
Ezeikal Oto is one of the youngest aspiring referees in Australia. The eager 13-year-old from the Western Raptors Rugby Club in Western Sydney has a goal to one day officiate Australia and New Zealand.
On January 26, 2001 four Western Australian police officers lost their lives in a plane crash. In honour of these men the Newman town rallied together and created the annual Bloody Slow Cup.
The NSW Waratahs took teenager Oska under their wing after hearing about the challenges he faced at school. The timid teen has now transformed into a young adult with a clear focus on his future.