Marquee AFLW player Sabrina Frederick wants her sport to professionalise.
Sabrina fell in love with AFL after moving from England to Western Australia as a kid but was shocked to learn she couldn’t play Australia’s national sport at the top level. To continue playing, Sabrina joined the women’s team when she was in her early teens and moved across the country to play for the Brisbane Lions in the first season of the AFLW.
Sabrina joins host Sam Squiers to discuss finding her love for the game again after two Grand Final losses, finding confidence through sport and how she rises above the negativity to be at her best.
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After winning gold at the Rio Olympics, Charlotte Caslick became a household name overnight. She was on the cover of Vogue (twice!), her Instagram exploded and at one point she was trending higher than Usain Bolt.
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