Author(s): Sherryl;Perry Clark
"When cricket season is over, there's only one thing to do . . . play soccer!Soccer season is here and Ellyse is desperate to pull on her boots and start dribbling and defending. Unlike club cricket where she is the only girl on the team, her best friends Charlie and Jazz also play soccer and it's so much fun! But on the day of their first training session, the girls tell Ellyse they don't want to play soccer this year - there are too many other things to do now they're in Year Seven. Ellyse is disappointed but has an idea to try to get a girls team together at school! However, things don't go to plan at school or at training- Ellyse is targeted by one of her own Hawks teammates and this scares off the girls from joining the school team. Will Ellyse find a way to deal with the bully and convince her schoolmates to join in the soccer action?"
Sherryl Clark (Author) Sherryl Clark's first children's book was The Too-Tight Tutu which was published in the Aussie Bites series in 1997. Since then she has published almost 70 children's books, including Sixth Grade Style Queen (Not!), Motormouth and Runaways. Sherryl is also the author of the Rose books in the Our Australian Girl series and Jimmy's War in the Do You Dare series. She has had two collections of poetry for adults published by Pariah Press - Edge (1990) and Thicker Than Water (1999). Sherryl teaches fiction and poetry writing in the Diploma of Arts - Professional Writing and Editing at Victoria University, and is currently undertaking a PhD. Ellyse Perry (Author) At only 25 years of age, Ellyse Perry holds the rare distinction of being a dual international, having represented Australia in cricket and football (soccer). Ellyse made her debut for both the Australian cricket and association football teams at the age of 16 - the youngest person to represent Australia in cricket and the first Australian to have appeared in both cricket and association football World Cups. Since then, both her cricket and football careers have flourished. Ellyse was part of the Southern Stars cricket team that took out the 2015 Women's Ashes, and was named Player of the Ashes. During the summer, she plays for both the NSW Breakers in the Women's National Cricket League and Sydney FC in the W-League. Off the field, Ellyse can be found attending to her role as one of Cricket Australia's National Female Cricket ambassadors, plus ambassador roles for Commonwealth Bank, FOX Sports, Red Bull, Adidas, SportsMed and SCG Trust. She does philanthropic work with the LBW Trust and McGrath Foundation. In addition to