The part-male team of the Flying Bats thrash Beecroft 12 nil

The Flying Bats continue their winning streak – or should I say their humiliating-and-annihilating-women streak, with a 12-nil victory in the Sapphire Cup this week.

The supposedly ‘female’ competition allows at least five male players to participate, forcing the other women to go along with the lie that these males are women. The women either have to self-exclude, shut up and accept the lie, or risk serious repercussions.

The Football NSW website states:

Clubs from the National Premier Leagues Women’s NSW and Football NSW League One Women’s competitions are eligible to participate, as are senior association women’s clubs from across the state.

The Sapphire Cup replicates the existing men’s Waratah Cup knockout competition, deriving its name from the former ‘NSW Sapphires’ team who were part of the former Women’s National Soccer League.

Someone really needs to educate them regarding what a woman is. Biology 101, supported by reality, is clear – women do not have a penis and no human has ever changed their sex.

So far this season the males on the Flying Bats team have ensured an undefeated run as well as taking home prize money in the Beryl Ackroyd Cup. In that competition they won four games:




4-0 🏆

So far in the weekend Premiership competition for the North West Sydney Football Competition they have won the first two games and didn’t get to play the third due to the Macquarie Dragons forfeiting.



3-0 (forfeit)

This weekend they are up against West Pennant Hills Cherrybrook FC. It will be interesting to see if the club will force humiliation on the female players by making them take the field.

So far in the Sapphire Cup they have won both games and are on track to win the $2000 prize purse. They won the first match 5-1, then smashed Beecroft 12-0!

Interestingly Football NSW removed the players names. None of the opposing girl’s names are removed from the app, and, according to reports from players themselves, they are threatened with significant fines and legal repercussions if they speak out or object to males in their competition.

Football NSW is without excuse. The Sex Discrimination Act clearly states that they can discriminate on the basis of sex.


(1)  Nothing in Division  1 or 2 renders it unlawful to discriminate on the ground of sex, gender identity or intersex status by excluding persons from participation in any competitive sporting activity in which the strength, stamina or physique of competitors is relevant.

The real test is whether sex or gender identity will prevail in law.

To add injury to insult Pride in Sport Australia awarded the Flying Bats the “most improved sporting organisation” for ensuring males can thrash women in sport on the same night they won 12-0 against Beecroft.