The Black Lords of Summer

By Ashley Mallett. This book is written to commemorate the 1868 Aboriginal Cricket Tour of England. It is set in a time long ago when the attitudes were extremely different to today, and life was very different. However once again we witness how the good nature of the Aboriginal people was abused for other people’s […]

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Fine Tuning

We have gone through all the clips that we filmed from the very start of our journey with Kyah and Lydia and picked out the footage that we want to use, some of which will never make the final cut. We have also started editing the interviews that we have conducted over the period that […]

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Auf wiedersehen Germany

The weather has closed the loop on our trip here to Germany by returning to being drizzly, cold and wet as we leave Germany for our respective homes and countries. Looking back the weather appears to have mirrored the Matildas performance and the rain is almost symbolic of the tears countless fans (including us) have […]

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One Out, All Out.

Sunday evening was a sad one for us one so many counts. The Matildas failed to play to the standards that they had set themselves against Sweden and as a result lost a game in which they should have been more competitive. Which in turn meant that our journey has almost come to an end […]

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Ouch. That hurt.

The Matildas 2011 World Cup ends here in Augsburg. Pronounced Owsburg (as in ouch by the way). Rather apt as watching the Australian women’s side lose because of basic errors was painful and heartbreaking but we think the future for the Matildas looks bright given their talent, skills and fearless attitude. Our journey for No […]

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