Adelaide Arsenal female gridiron team holds practice lingerie two piece session at Endeavour College, Mawson Lakes.
Tamara and Megan try to take vxvxc510 down Arsenal’s Jasmoine Tudor. Picture: David Cronin Elizabeth Henson Northern Messenger Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Reddit Email a friend SOUTH Australia’s new Legends Football League team has lingerie two piece scored some new fans in the north during a practice session in Mawson Lakes ahead of its inaugural clash next month.
Swarms of teenage boys yesterday scoped lingerie two piece out the best vantage points at Endeavour College to admire the skills and athleticism of the SA's all-female American football team, Adelaide Arsenal.
The league's official uniform is a bikini with shoulder pads.However, the players wore lingerie two piece a more subdued outfit including a singlet top and leggings for their 1.5hr session on the school's oval.The players were there to promote the relatively unknown gridiron-variant and teach the school's Year 9 girls how the game is played.
Sisters Tamara and Megan get lessons in gridiron from Arsenal player Jasmoine Tudor. Picture: Dave CroninSource:News LimitedAdelaide Arsenal linebacker Jasmine Tudor, 18, of Golden Grove, said the sport was not for the faint-hearted.
I believe you've got to be confident, have a bit of aggression in you and (be) someone who plays with heart and soul,” she said. It's not for lingerie two piece a delicate kind of person – you've got to have a big character in you to play this game.”Jasmine said the team would take on Queensland Brigade in its first Legends Football League game on Saturday, October 11 at Hindmarsh Stadium.
As for the league's standard uniform, Jasmine said it was no big deal. It's a summer sport,” she said. You can compare it to volleyballers – they play in summer and wear the same kind of uniform.
Tamara and Megan try to take down Arsenal’s Jasmoine Tudor. Picture: David Cronin Source:News Limited And most people that come out to watch the games, they forget about the uniform straight away because the athleticism is tremendous.”
Jasmine said the club hoped the session would unearth some future Legends League stars and encourage them to tackle the sport once they turn 18, the minimum age for lingerie two piece players. Endeavour College's Year 9 girls were keen to give the sport a go after their male counterparts recently took part in their own gridiron clinic.Tamara, 14, said the sport was a far cry away from the netball court, where she usually got her fitness fix.
Tamara and Megan try to take down Arsenal’s Jasmoine Tudor. Picture: David CroninSource:News Limited It's interesting,” she said. It's just very different from lingerie two piece all the other sports I've played.”Twin sister Megan said she had not heard of the sport before but it seems a bit fun”. So far the tackling has been good,” she said.
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