‘I am very proud of what we achieved’: Australian Rugby League’s Leila Williams – Sports Illustrated

Leila, a Sydney native who has spent the past three years playing rugby league, is the first Australian to be awarded the PEN Australia Sports and Leisure Award.

The award was created by the international sports charity to recognise the best and brightest young athletes in Australia and to encourage young people to become active.

Leila was the only athlete to win the award, which was voted on by the media and community at a reception at the Four Seasons hotel on Sunday night.

“I am proud to be an award-winner,” Leila said.

“The award is also an opportunity to celebrate the great strides made in the community and community-based organisations that I have been a part the last three years.” “

Leila is one of a number of Australians to win this year’s PEN award, with the majority of the nominees being under the age of 25. “

The award is also an opportunity to celebrate the great strides made in the community and community-based organisations that I have been a part the last three years.”

Leila is one of a number of Australians to win this year’s PEN award, with the majority of the nominees being under the age of 25.

Leilda said her win would help other young people make the most of the awards and help her to continue to grow in her chosen field of sports.

“I know I’m going to have a lot of opportunities in the future to get involved with other young athletes,” Leilda told Sports Illustrated.

“If it is possible, I would love to be able to support them and to help them in any way I can.”

Leila, a Sydney native who has spent the past three years playing rugby league, is the first Australian to be…