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Quayle, Emma

Occupation
Journalist, Print Journalist and Sports Journalist

Summary

Emma Quayle started as a trainee at The Age in 1999 and has been stationed in the sports department since 2001. She has covered the past five Australian Open tennis tournaments and also writes on hockey, which she covered for the paper at the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games. Most of her time, she writes about A.F.L. football. In recent years, she has tracked the country's best junior footballers through the under-18 national championships and to the annual draft camp, knowing everything about them by national draft day. In 2005, Emma won an AFL Media Association award for a feature article on the 10th anniversary of the under-18 carnival, tracking down all 22 members of the 1996 All-Australian team.

Details

Events

1999 -
Career in journalism active
2005
AFL Media Awards - Winner - Best Feature Article (Print)

Nikki Henningham

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