COURTNEY MORATH has been actively involved in female football since 2010.
Courtney played junior footy for the Kew Rovers Youth Girls team for three years. At 18 years of age, Courtney went on to coach the club’s U15 and U18 female teams.
A year later, Courtney introduced female football to the Kew Football Club, becoming the first club to offer a senior pathway for women in Boroondara. Three years into their infancy, the women’s side won the 2016 VWFL Division 1 Premiership.
Courtney sits on Kew’s General Committee as the Female Football Manager and is actively involved in training and coaching the female players.
She joined the Southern Football Netball League in December 2015 as a member of the Women-In-Sport sub-committee. In 2016, Courtney sat on the SFNL Women’s Football Working Party to establish the League’s first female competition for 2017. Engaging in skills and education sessions with the League, Courtney offers practical experience in the integration of senior female football to an established club.
Outside of football, Courtney studies a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws at Monash University and works in an administrative role in a Melbourne law firm where she has been for over five years.