Sydney Sixers to put on inaugural Women's Big Bash pride party
Sydney Sixers Women will host the first ever Women's Big Bash League Pride Party for their game against the Melbourne Renegades on Sunday.
The day aims to educate fans on anti-homophobic and anti-discrimination guidelines at community and elite level and works in conjunction with inclusivity charities 'Proud 2 Play' and 'Rainbow Families'.
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This will be the inaugural pride party for the women's version of the tournament and is intended to demonstrate the club's commitment to inclusivity across both its women's and men's squads.