FairBreak Global will play in Australia in February culminating in a match against the first ever Bradman Women’s XI in at Bradman Oval in Bowral on Saturday February 22 commencing at 2.30pm
The FairBreak XI includes world-class players from nine countries. The games will continue to highlight the crucial issues of gender equality, such as equal pay and governance, and further the FairBreak mission of opportunity and equality for all.
Sana Mir Pakistan
Sterre Kalis Netherlands
Selina Solman Vanuatu
Diviya GK Singapore
Linsey Smith England
Sindhu Sriharsha USA
Geetika Kodali USA
Nasimana Navaika Vanuatu
Kary Chan Hong Kong
Mariko Hill Hong Kong
Celeste Raack Ireland
FairBreaker Alex Blackwell, a Bradman scholar, will captain the Bradman Women’s XI.
Gencor is the naming rights sponsor of the event, demonstrating its support for gender equality and preparedness to step forward and support FairBreak.
“FairBreak’s values tie in closely with our value systems, in encouraging and developing sporting and work opportunities for women worldwide and providing them with a platform to showcase their talents at the highest level. Partnering with FairBreak provides us with a synergistic opportunity to foster pure sporting and healthy living opportunities for women,” says R. V. Venkatesh, Gencor Managing Director.
FairBreak founder, Shaun Martyn explained the motivation behind this game ; “On the back of our recent tour of England we want to take this opportunity to continue to showcase the enormous talent that exists globally and continue our commitment to ensuring this talent is encouraged and rewarded.”
The day will also support FairBreak’s CSR partner SolarBuddy in helping to end energy poverty.
*UPDATE: We regret to inform you that Shameelah Mosweu from Botswana has had her visa denied and won’t be joining us. For more information, read our post here. It’s a huge disappointment for us and for Shameelah. She is an incredibly talented player and will be missed by us all this time.