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Mary Konstantopoulos

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About

Lawyer, sports advocate and proud owner and founder of the Ladies Who empire, including Ladies who League, Ladies who Legspin, Ladies who Lineout and Ladies who Leap. Check out my podcast on iTunes as well by searching Ladies who League. Send me love on twitter at @mary__kaye and @ladieswholeague! x

Member Since:
 
August 2013
Based In:
 
West Pennant Hills
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Cricket, League,

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The Gunn show: England bounce back in the second T20

The Gunn show: England bounce back in the second T20

18 hours ago

Coming into the Women’s Ashes this year, England and Australia were ranked one and two in the world.

Australia retain the Ashes with a T20 win

Australia retain the Ashes with a T20 win

3 days ago

Last night the Women’s Ashes continued, with the first of three T20s being played at North Sydney Oval in front of a crowd well in excess of 5,000.

Women’s sport weekly wrap: Jillaroos crush Cook Islands

Women's sport weekly wrap: Jillaroos crush Cook Islands

4 days ago

The Women’s Rugby League World Cup has finally arrived, with the first three matches taking place yesterday.

Historic day-night Ashes Test ends in draw, but there was no shortage of highlights

Historic day-night Ashes Test ends in draw, but there was no shortage of highlights

13 Nov 2017

After four days of cricket at the picturesque North Sydney Oval, the Test between the Australian Women’s Cricket Team and the England Women’s Team ended in a draw.

Women’s sport weekly wrap: Get your bum on a seat

Women's sport weekly wrap: Get your bum on a seat

9 Nov 2017

Are you a sports fan? Are you a supporter of women in sport? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then I want you to prove it.

Women’s sport weekly wrap: Get out to the WNBL

Women's sport weekly wrap: Get out to the WNBL

2 Nov 2017

Ten years ago, basketball was at the forefront of women’s sport in this country. The Opals were one of Australia’s most recognised sporting teams and everyone knew who Suzy Batkovic, Lauren Jackson, Penny Taylor and Belinda Snell were (in fact, most still do).