Uphill climb but Courtney fields remarkable talents



ROCKHAMPTON'S Court- ney Hill is the first to admit she's not your typical wom- en's athlete.

"I'm not your typical girl. "I'm not into make-up and dresses.''

Most people think women's sport and they automatically think of sports like netball, hockey, basketball or tennis ? just to name a few.

Courtney's sporting career has spanned three years of playing rugby league in the Monto junior competition during her primary school days, then gaining Queens- land Cricket women's junior teams selection, and now her focus is on women's rugby ? even if Courtney is small and "as skinny as a rake''. For the full story on Courtney grab today's Morning Bulletin.



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