I congratulate all those involved in coordinating the AFLW Pride Round that took place at Henson Park in Marrickville last month. Henson Park has a rich sporting history, having been the home of the Newtown Jets since 1937. In more recent decades the tradition has extended to other codes, such as AFL, with many local women's and men's teams making a name for themselves on the famous ground. Women's AFL has a proud LGBTQI legacy, here, in the inner west and across the country. AFL teams have provided countless women with a space to be their authentic selves and form connections in a welcoming and caring community. It is wonderfully fitting that Henson Park played a role in recognising that legacy by hosting the AFLW Pride Round between the GWS Giants and the Western Bulldogs. It is a nod to the history of Henson Park, the legacy of queer women in AFL, and the future of our wonderfully diverse community. I thank and congratulate all of those in the Pride Round. Everyone in our community is immensely proud.