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Caroline Layt

Caroline Layt

Caroline is a journalism student at Macleay and she enjoys writing for the Hatch. Having completed her diploma of journalism in 2017, she is now working towards attaining her bachelor. Caroline also writes for Inside Sports - The Women's Game and she can be followed on Twitter @CarolineLayt

ACL injuries causing mayhem in this season’s AFLW

A spate of anterior cruciate ligament injuries has plagued the 2018 AFLW competition,

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Gold Coast 2018: the inclusion games

The closing ceremony was a stuff-up but the Commonwealth Games deserve to be remembered as the most inclusive ever. Hatch reporter Caroline Layt was there.

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REVIEW: Pacific Rim Uprising – Humans vs. Precursors

3.5 out of 5
Rating: 3.5

The beginning of Pacific Rim Uprising takes you ten years beyond the Jaeger-Kaiju wars.

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Australia wins league World Cup double-header

Australia retained both the men’s and women’s rugby league World Cups in a Brisbane double-header at the weekend.

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Aussies looking for World Cup double in Suncorp finals

Australia’s Rugby League men and women’s teams both fight for World Cup glory at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium tomorrow.

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Black Friday on my mind … and on my nerves

Hype. I hate it! Black Friday? Forget it. And Amazon? Leave me alone while I sulk…

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Giantkillers Fiji chasing League World Cup glory

Fiji and Tonga are both in with a chance this weekend to reach the Rugby League final, making history in the process.

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Rugby League: Kangaroos lead way in the World Cup

Defending World Cup holders Australia remain the benchmark after beating England in the opening finals match of the 2017 Rugby League World Cup at AAMI Park. England toiled hard but any luck ran Australia’s way. The Kangaroos’ professionalism and desperate

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Comment: SSM poll a game-changer

Caroline Layt speaks with sporting identities Ian Roberts and Kirsti Miller about how the same-sex marriage survey may change their lives.

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NRL Grand Final: Historic last ride for Storm’s three amigos

The Melbourne Storm were clinical as they disposed of the gallant North Queensland Cowboys 34-6 in the NRL Grand Final.

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