The team that worked on She's Game: Women Making Australian Sporting History included:
- Dr Nikki Henningham (Australian Women's Archives Project/University of Melbourne)
- Ms Barbara Lemon (Department of History/University of Melbourne)
- Ms Helen Morgan (eScholarship Research Centre/University of Melbourne)
- Ms Jo Evans (eScholarship Research Centre/University of Melbourne)
- Ms Ailie Smith (eScholarship Research Centre/University of Melbourne)
- Ms Jill Caldwell (National Foundation for Australian Women)
Special thanks also go to:
- Gavin Reynolds and Greg Blood from the National Sport Information Centre, and Janice Crosswhite from Australian Womensport and Recreation Association for their advice and guidance during the early stages of the project.
- Tina Graham, Judy Childs, Ronda Kimble, Mac Chambers, Ann Mitchell, Janice Crosswhite, Marion Stell, Pauline Barker, Lucinda McLeish and Lesley Bright for their insights and assistance.
- The following organisations for granting permission to use images from their collection at no cost:
- The National Archives of Australia
- The National Portrait Gallery
- The National Library of Australia
- The Local Studies Section of Warringah Library Service
- The Herald and Weekly Times
- Netball Australia
- Squash Australia
- The McLeod Country Club
- All the women who agreed to be interviewed for the project.
About the Banner Images
- Jane Lock was Victorian Junior Champion a record five times in succession and Victorian Champion twice before forging a successful professional career. Image courtesy of Women's Golf Victory.
- Two women sparring with a speed bag. Image reproduced with the permission of the John Oxley Library, Queensland.
- Dorothy Watson (left), Isabel Letham (middle) and Mary Sefton at Freshwater Beach with surfboards, about 1916. Image courtesy of Local Studies Collection, Warringah Library Service.
- The Australian Hockeyroos celebrate their 1-0 win over India in the women's hockey gold medal match. Image reproduced with the permission of the Australian Sports Commission.
- Taekwondo practitioner, Melbourne Taekwondo Centre. Photographer: Louisa Zakkas. Date of Photo: 1994. Image courtesy of Melbourne Taekwondo Centre.
We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the Australian Government, who generously funded the project through the Women's Leadership and Development Programme.