24 Women Quit Aussie Soccer League After Trans Athletes Injure Players, Dominate League

In the Australian Football League, authorities allowed the addition of five transgender players to one team, some of whom injured a female player on another team, resulting in 20 young A woman quit the league.

Flying Bats Football Club added five male-born players to its women’s football team last month and went on to win every match in the pre-season Beryl Ackroyd Cup tournament in Sydney, Australia. After the incident was settled, the parents exploded in anger. League based in.

“Flying Bats FC won every game over the four-week competition and took home the $1000 jackpot with a 4-0 win in the grand final at Macquarie Park on Sunday,” it said.

“Club officials have also contacted Football NSW to express their concerns, with some arguing that the Flying Bats should play in a mixed competition that includes men,” the report continued.

The Flying Bats claim to be a gay-focused team. However, some men playing as women have reportedly injured female opponents on the field. redux.

Growing alarm over the dangerously powerful ringers installed in flying bats has also led to large-scale strikes.

One of the five men on the women’s football team is transgender activist Riley Dennis. accused Injured a woman from another team.

St. Patrick’s Football Club’s Frank Parisi recently suspended a female player from the league for daring to criticize transgender players and raise concerns about physical danger to women on other teams. It was revealed that he had been punished.

In an audio recording of a recent team leadership meeting, Parisi explained the physical danger.

“A few years ago, one of the Flying Bats players broke one of our players’ legs during a game. It was a clumsy tackle from behind. Not playing football. It was a direct result of a really bad and tall player…He didn’t get a red card. Accidents happen, but this could have been avoided,” Parisi said. Told.

“One of our players ran over to help her and she was screaming in pain. She then made a derogatory comment towards a Bats player. We apologized for that. [She was] Paused.Bats player, nothing happened. [him]” Parisi said, adding that the girl was suspended for eight games.

Parisi also claimed that 24 female players quit the league rather than play against the Flying Bats’ male ringers.

“They all said, ‘Frank, we don’t want to play against Bats players.'” To be clear, there are men competing in the women’s tournament. And that’s wrong,” he said.

However, the league has rules prohibiting “discrimination” against men who play as women.

Football Australia’s anti-discrimination policy states it is prohibited to “exclude people from participating in competitive sporting activities on the basis of their gender and/or gender identity status”.

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