Kimberley Womens Football League: The mighty Looma Lady Eagles #YourSportStory
- Dipublikasikan tanggal 26 Sep 2018
- Your team not made the finals? Need a new team to cheer for? Teenage Aussie Rules star, Darliah Killer tells us about her team, the Looma Lady Eagles, from a community of 300 people who are making history in the Kimberley.
Sport brings us together, and in Australia, many of us are linked to sport. We play with friends, family or a local team or club. We wear the team colours and cheer our teams on. We volunteer on the weekend at the canteen, coaching kids or umpiring.
The ABC, Grandstand and the National Sports Museum want to hear your sport stories of connection and community. Tell us about the local legends, the fiercest rivalries, the community heroes.
The disastrous local netball premiership of '96. The volunteers who knit team beanies every season. The dance competition where you triumphed, the break you love to surf, or the time you skipped school to avoid playing sport.
Share your personal stories about the good and the bad - the stories of inclusion and perhaps even exclusion.
You can share your story with us in video, audio, text and/or image by:
Writing a post with a photo or video that tells your sport story
Posting your story on your social media - make sure the post is public
Adding #yoursportstory so we can find it on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or IDclips
Then keep an eye out on ABC Sport for your story to appear.
The Your Sport Story project is a partnership between the ABC and the National Sports Museum at the MCG. By adding the hashtag #yoursportstory to your social media post, you are agreeing to your story being communicated and/or shared on ABC and National Sport Museum platforms including, but not limited to: TV, Radio, Online(including Social Media) etc.