Meet the next generation of Aussie sporting legends... and yes they're all women

With such impressive skill-sets, these ladies are definitely out of our league.


Club: Western Bulldogs
Name: Ellyse Gamble
Ellyse joined the Western Bulldogs from Tasmania, and made her debut for the Melbourne team earlier this year at the young age of 19.
The energetic full-forward upped her training regimen after she was drafted, and said “I feel I have improved every training session […] I think I will look like a whole new player to all the Tassie people.”


Club: Sydney Sixers
Name: Ashleigh Gardner
Stepping into the magenta colours was a natural move for Sydneysider Ashleigh Gardner, who also played in the victorious NSW Breakers team that took out this year's Women’s National Cricket League Title.
Chosen as a batsman for the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL), Ashleigh has a reputation for being a big-hitter, and has scored 627 runs to date. Ashleigh also made history in 2016 when she captained the first national Indigenous team, and went on to tour India with the squad.


Club: Adelaide Thunderbirds
Name: Emily Burgess
Emily received her first official contract to play for the Thunderbirds in 201, and has wasted no time in showing off her skills.
The 20-year-old South Australian was selected for the 2016-17 Australian Netball World Youth Cup squad, with hopes of joining the Australian Netball World Youth Cup team when they tour Botswana in July this year.
Emily is currently playing in the Suncorp Super Netball competition in a defensive position.


Club:Australia Women's Rugby Sevens national team
Name: Charlotte Caslick
Charlotte took centre stage at the Rio 2016 Olympics, when the Women’s Rugby Sevens team took home the gold medal and she scored seven tries throughout the series.
Hoping to play in two more Olympics is not out of the question for the 22-year-old Queenslander, who was named World Rugby Women's Sevens Player of the Year in 2016.
Next on the schedule? Taking on the international competitions in Las Vegas.


Name: Minjee Lee
Minjee soared through the amateur ranks to join the coveted Ladies Professional Golf Association (LGPA), and is set to have a cracker year in 2017.
After winning the 2016 Blue Bay LPGA and playing in Adelaide at the Women's Australian Open in February 2017, Minjee is set to take the LGPA tournament’s on this year – and we are banking on more wins for the 20-year-old.