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  • Female sports participation in Oz drives investment
  • Female sports participation in Oz drives investment
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Female sports participation in Oz drives investment

In south Australia the number of female football players has grown at such a high rate that existing facilities are struggling to keep up with demand. Aussies now want sports associations to invest in infrastructure to enable more women to participate.

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