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Agnes was introduced to soccer by her sister and now has plenty of reasons to love it.
Mermaid in the making, Mary, writes of how she’s been swimming since she was just one year old and now loves swimming in the open water at Torquay.
Eamon’s passion is both ferocious and magnificent. And scary!
Future producer, Joe Coleman, is totally into EDM.
Joe MP is passionate about the Gorillaz, a band which has quite an effect on him.
Zoe pays tribute to her old friend George in this moving explanation of why she loves dogs.
Asher’s passion is rugby league, especially following the Storm. The game also reminds Asher of his wonderful great grandad Carl.
Anna was a reluctant soccer player but now that she’s playing every Saturday she loves it.
Viggo was introduced to tennis by his grandfather, his brother and by watching Wimbledon. He now loves it, along with lots of other sports including athletics.
Mia has been learning the piano for a few years now. She is passionate about music.
Mia F writes about her rock climbing adventures, and about having the courage to face your fears.
Isaiah tells us the reasons behind his unwavering support for the Bulldogs.
Anika loves netball. Here’s how she got into it.
Congratulations to Brisbane’s Wests Bulldogs U12’s on their Premiership win. Harry Lennon’s proud dad Sasha reports.
Hayden Armstrong, from Carey Grammar, plays for Hawthorn Titans. He tells the story of a hard-fought scrap which showed how players put their heart and soul into a match.
Gil Roseby has written about Victorian cricketer Jake Reed and his difficult journey to get to where he is today
Jasmine Conrad, who we are so lucky to have on the cover of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017, tells the story of how she started playing footy and of her first game – where her team received some special encouragement via video.
Jasmine Conrad has come up with a great idea for Book Week.
Itâs Art and Literacy week at Brunswick East Primary â so some Grade 456 students wrote briefly about a memory. Here Saskia is off to Queensland and Emily remembers a dear pet.
Itâs Art and Literacy week at Brunswick East Primary â so some Grade 456 students wrote briefly about a memory. Here Kyla describes performing gymnastics in front of a crowd.