Dr Tiarna Ernst was born and raised in a remote indigenous community in Far North Queensland. She attended James Cook University in Townsville Queensland, studying a Bachelor of Medicine ....
While all eyes this weekend are on the return of the AFL men's competition, the country's top female players remain in their day jobs, juggling a heavy training schedule and high-pressure professions.
Footy and medicine is all a part of the juggling act for doctor and AFLW premiership player, Tiarna Ernst.
After an action-packed Round Four, presenter Kate O’Halloran and co-host Emily Fox debrief on injuries and last-minute wins. Emily catches up with Kangaroos player Vivien Saad ...
Dr Tiarna Ernst is our special guest for our final episode of the year, 6pm tomorrow night. Here 'Doc' talks about a typical week while trying to balance her medical and semi-professional football ...
Daisy chats to Tiarna Ernst - obstetrician, Bulldogs flag winner and new Gold Coast Sun.
Catching babies by day and a footy in her spare time, meet doctor and AFLW premiership star Tiarna Ernst
Like almost all professional female athletes, Tiarna Ernst juggles her full-time work commitments with part-time elite sporting ambitions.
My life as a doctor and a footballer has some crazy contrasts. This one’s probably my favourite.
Doctor Tiarna Ernst is on the phone. From the kitchen table in her share house, she's arranging for the sheds of her local footy ground to be unlocked and opened.