This is a women’s sports competition that officials from the Cricket League hope to bring a path to Australia’s Olympic athletes in the future.

“The tournament will play better last year and it will get better, the beats are stronger and people will play faster and the game will be faster.”

She will play for the University of Queensland in the second season of the Uni Sevens Series, along with two teammates from the Netherlands in the ranks of the University of Queensland. Overall, 20 international players will compete in 5 rounds, which is considered to be against rivals in the American football world.

Meanwhile, Ms. Abby Gustaitis from the United States played for the University of Canberra team again.

“There are many girls from the United States who are very jealous of the competition in this Lower Country and we have to practice more before the series starts again.” She said she would play in three competitions at the opening, before joining the American team when starting the world tournament. The competition started with three teams of Australian universities, and the players were contracted.

University of Sydney and the University of Melbourne will compete and the University of Western Australia will participate next year.

Anni Buntine started playing for sevens American football and said the sport attracted many women in Melbourne, which is considered the traditional holy land of AFL American football.

“Some of us have a base in the Australian League American football league, so we often clash more aggressively, but that is very exciting to see that we can reach a bright future in American football”.

“Joining the competition, I think we have a lower body, but no one knows what we have achieved, I think we are a little closer to the results.”

The competition is set up, to open a path for young talents

The work of the Sevens women who won the gold medal at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, attracted the attention of everyone in the subject. The Australian American football head, Ben Whitaket, said the second season of the tournament again, will help discover and nurture future national stars before the Olympics. Tokyo Association in 2020.

“We want to find talented and dynamic players to really promote the best and nurture stars in the future before the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.”