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WBBL player profile: Nat Sciver

Nat Sciver made her return to the WBBL for the 2016 season, after a successful stint with the Melbourne Stars the previous summer. The all-rounder not only laid claim to the title of the Stars’ equal leading wicket-taker then, with 18 alongside Morna Nielsen, but also completed her campaign with 154 runs.…

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WBBL player profile: Danni Wyatt

It’s not hard to see why Danni Wyatt has a soft spot for the home of her WBBL team, the Melbourne Renegades. Hailing from Stoke-on-Trent in England the 27-year-old has previously spent some summers Down Under playing for Victoria’s elite women’s cricket team, before joining the WBBL last year in…

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Alyssa Healy: Moving for Movember

I caught with Australian cricketer Alyssa Healy after she was announced as a Movember ambassador in 2016.  – Alyssa Healy can do a lot of skilful things as wicketkeeper for the Australian women’s cricket team but growing a moustache is, naturally, beyond her capabilities. To overcome this hairy hurdle during…

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Behind the scenes: 2016 AFL Grand Final

It was never supposed to happen. They weren’t even meant to make it over their first finals hurdle, let alone win the whole thing. But the Western Bulldogs did. There are so many facets to this football fairytale that it’s hard to know where to begin. I was fortunate to…

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How to: Achieve a flawless finish with Colorescience

Allow me to introduce you to Colorescience, a line of cosmetics that’s all about a better kind of beauty. The clever ladies at Clinica Lase recommended I give their products a go after my skin broke out following a stint of slathering my skin in NARS Sheer Glow Foundation. Basically, cakey and heavy makeups…

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Let’s get clinical at Clinica Lase

I wrote this post three years ago following my first visit to Clinica Lase. I can happily say I’m a Clinica Lase regular and my skin has vastly improved since my initial consultation in 2015. – When it comes to the relationship I share with my skin I can say…

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