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Wests Tigers Women in League High Tea is shaping up to be a wonderful event, and there are a limited number of tickets still available if you would like to be a part of it.

This exclusive event is being held this Thursday at Waterview, in the picturesque surrounds of Bicentennial Park.

Headlining our Women in League High Tea is keynote speaker and former Olympian, Jana Pittman.

Date: Thursday 28th July 2022

Venue: Waterview In Bicentennial Park

Time: 11:00am until 2:00pm

Tickets: $125 pp or Table of 10 for $1,250

The High Tea will be a celebration of the incredible contribution of the females in our community, as well as the recent success of Wests Tigers’ women’s program and the recent announcement of their admission to the NRLW in 2023. 

There will be a host of special guest speakers, including our keynote speaker and former Olympian Jana Pittman, with the event to be hosted by popular sports journalist Sam Squiers. 

Pittman’s story is truly inspiring, a roller coaster of triumph, defeat, failure, and success. Let her take you on a journey through the peaks and troughs that helped shape her career and build her into who she is today.

Pittman swapped the track for the ice joining the Australian Women’s bobsleigh team, to become the first woman to represent Australia in both a Summer and Winter Olympic games.

Hear how Jana conquered so many hurdles in life including being the final woman standing in the recent celebrity television show SAS Australia.

Also in attendance will be members of Wests Tigers Harvey Norman Women’s team, and three other highly successful women from various fields, including Shivani Gopal, Tain Drinkwater and Josephine Sukkar.

This is an event not to be missed in the build up to Wests Tigers Women in League Round match against Newcastle at Campbelltown on 7th August.

Book your place NOW.

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