History is being written as we watch from the sidelines, so take notice and enjoy every minute.

From "Richmond AFLW forward Courtney Wakefield says the Tigers are

ready to launch into Round 2, with their opening encounter at the highest level now under their belts."

She's made it to the AFLW.  She's wearing her Dad's number.  #8.  And she kicked a smooth as silk beautiful goal late in the game in her debut and the debut of the Richmond Football Club's AFLW team.

But she's a Healy girl.  She was part of Robinvale Netball Club's only A Grade premiership with her little sister Ash, and she's Grub's little sister.

She's many things too many different people,  but for this year,  she's Richmond's key forward, and after only one game,  she's looking the goods and making the locals, and her dedicated family proud and emotional.

This is the area's first AFLW player and history is being written as we watch it.  So watch and listen folks,  this is Courtney Wakefield, and we have big brother Josh on the podcast this week.

We also have a spot from Court too, but Josh or "Grub" as he might be better known.

We also have Nathan Oswin in for Ambulance Victoria talking about making Robinvale a Heart Smart community and some additional AED's to be located around the district and to give us details on some simple training with regard to CPR & AED operation.

If you would like to organise some of this training for your community group, sporting club etc, you can contact Nathan directly by clicking here.

Our VIP's (Very Important Patron's) can get Courtney's interview as a stand alone episode now on Patreon.

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