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A two-year stint over in the United States on a football scholarship between provided an opportunity to see how they approached the women's code. Unfortunately, circumstances outside of her control cut her time short.
But she has overcome a self-confessed fear of the ball in her first game as a five-year-old to now being among the 34 percent of women playing the sport on the Mid-North Coast in Northern NSW Football has seen a 26 percent increase in female participation overall across the last five years. Macquarie Football 23 percent and Hunter Valley Football 22 percent are also trending in the right direction. The talented Mid Coast FC Women's Premier League midfielder said Australia was slowly catching up to the rest of the world regarding female participation levels and pathways.
The Telegraph Point product admitted it was "definitely" achievable to see a 50 percent split in playing s between the men and women in coming years. Kirrilly Hughes.
Football Mid North Coast chairman Mike Parsons admitted the women's football giant was starting to stir from its slumber after a few false dawns. Parsons also shared the confidence in the code's ability to continue to grow their playing s especially in the women's divisions. Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. This is how you can continue to access our trusted content:.
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Kirrilly Hughes excited about where women's football on the Mid North Coast is heading