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Ep22 of Outside 50 showcases newly appointed President of the Wisconsin Wombats, Caitlin O’Malley and her efforts to increase recognition of the club and recruitment efforts in the coming year. Caitlin is one of the few women Presidents across the USAFL and has a unique perspective on how to best grow her club as she takes a more active role on the administration side of footy.
Currently a Division 4 club, she sees the Wombats moving up divisions in just a few years’ time with the expansion of the club and skill development of the players. The Wombats struggle with retention and recruitment as do many clubs that are in more transient cities, however, Caitlin coming in with new ideas and her leadership skills will no doubt improve efforts to increase numbers.
The Wombats pride themselves on coming together as a close-knit group of players turned friends, that all happen to enjoy the great game of footy, with Caitlin leading the way to a bigger, always improving club.
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