Big League is in the pink this week as it honours 'Women in League'.


This weekend's 10th round of the NRL season officially marks the annual Women in League initiative but the Vodafone Warriors will observe it around their next home game against Newcastle at Mount Smart Stadium on Sunday, May 26.





In this week's issue Big League features:


Terry Campese has spent precious little time on the football field in recent years and he reveals how his wife and mother helped him to get back on his feet;


We go sideline with ABC Radios Shannon Byrne to discover that it doesnt matter whether youre male or female to be a sideline eye, you just have to be good;


The NRLs General Manager-Community, Culture and Diversity Trish Crews details her extensive career in rugby league and why more women should aim for the top;


We catch up with Rohan and Stephanie Hancock, the first father-daughter combination to play rugby league for Australia; and


We name the Top 8 ladies of league.


Plus, Andrew Fifita reveals how the birth of his son has inspired his improved performances, Laurie Daley backs Jarryd Hayne to be the Blues fullback in Game One in Origin, we find out why five weeks in France curtailed the start of the 2013 season for South Sydney young gun Christian Hazard, we debate whether Blake Ferguson is Origin material and we unveil which NRL clubs have more female members than male.


All this and official team lists, comprehensive previews and the Broncos take their turn in the Cheerleader of the Year competition.


The Round 10 issue of Big League, on sale at newsagents, supermarkets and at grounds. Digital version also available via www.zinio.com