From the Big Bash to the Super League: Courtney Hill’s incredible journey

‘I’m just a girl from the bush captaining Leeds Rhinos,’ says the former Brisbane Heat star as she vows to inspire a new generation of rugby league players

The word “trailblazer” is often thrown around when discussing the growth of women’s sport over the past decade but few women have been at the forefront of the revolution more than Courtney Hill – on both sides of the world.

The 32-year-old Australian will captain Leeds on Sunday against Wakefield Trinity as they aim to build on their success in the inaugural Women’s Super League. They won two of the three trophies on offer last season before falling short of a treble in the Grand Final, losing to Wigan.

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