I congratulate the Newtown Breakaways on the 20th Anniversary of their formidable football club. The Breakaways have been a pioneer of women's sport in the Inner West, providing important opportunities for women and girls to get involved in AFL and serving as a beacon of diversity and inclusion in sport. It's true of women's sport that you can't be what you can't see, and it's because of local clubs like the Breakaways that young girls see a future in professional sport. The core values of the Club – commitment, competitiveness and inclusivity – are fundamental to the success and longevity of the Club. The Club has a number of premierships under its belt, including four consecutive premierships between 2002 and 2005, and in 2011, the Breakaways were named Team of the Decade by the AFL. It's clear the "Courage of Burridge" carries on through generations of players and I particularly acknowledge the late Rebecca Burridge, Jamie Robertson, and all the founding members, many of whom are still involved, for their unswerving commitment over the last two decades. Congratulations Breakaways.