There's a couple of things that could have been added to these arguments. The Women's World Cup, the WNBA, the Women's Ashes (cricket) etc. For the last 20 years or so the focus has been on getting women and girls into playing sports that men dominate so much that they've traditionally been called "men's sports". To me, this is just limiting women's team sport development.
However, there is a team sport that is so dominated by women that it doesn't need the "women's" identifier. It's called netball, an American-invented derivative of basketball that is very popular in places such as the UK, Australia, New Zealand and the Caribbean (e.g. the former British Empire). Right now the World Cup is going on. Previously, the BBC gave massive live coverage of the FIFA Women's World Cup and is now giving plenty of coverage to the Women's Ashes (England vs Australia cricket series) but it has made almost no effort with netball. The world cup of the team sport dominated by women is given a short, single page roundup of results on the BBC web site. They didn't even try to get a TV highlights package and they haven't exactly been reporting it on the news. Yet the BBC has been patting itself on the back like good feminists for it's coverage of women's football and women's cricket.
I believe that the best way to get women's sport is to promote those sport where women do, or can, exist and succeed on their own terms and not in relation to men. We see it in tennis, athletics, swimming, gymnastics, field hockey and in recent years golf too. I've already talked about netball, but how about handball too? The women's game is very popular in some European countries (e.g. Denmark and Montenegro). I would also nominate volleyball which, like field hockey, is relatively equal to the men's game and could be promoted ahead. How about lacrosse too, and softball - why should baseball be considered the only valid bat and ball game?
In short, I think women's team sports will always be limited if the focus is on getting some sort of parity in those sports where men are dominant. Let's promote these perfectly valid and genuinely exciting sports where women will exist on their own terms and be the biggest stars in their fields (or courts, or diamonds) and don't get constantly compared to men.