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Night series group A leaders

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Current Ladder

POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Northern Redbacks SC 4 4 0 0 42 0 42 12
2 FW NTC Women 4 4 0 0 37 1 36 12
3 Wanneroo City SC 4 2 0 2 9 21 -12 6
4 Stirling Panthers SC 4 1 0 3 9 17 -8 3
5 Ellenbrook United FC 4 1 0 3 4 34 -30 3
6 Curtin University FC 4 0 0 4 3 31 -28 0

Night series group C leaders

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Current Ladder

POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Queens Park SC 4 4 0 0 35 1 34 12
2 Balcatta FC 4 4 0 0 25 1 24 12
3 Bassendean Caledonian FC 4 2 0 2 10 6 4 6
4 Bunbury Dynamos SC 4 2 0 2 9 20 -11 6
5 Leeming Strikers SC 4 0 0 4 5 29 -24 0
6 Joondalup City FC 4 0 0 4 3 30 -27 0

Night series group B leaders

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions

GROUP B

Current Ladder

POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Beckenham Angels SC 4 4 0 0 17 3 14 12
2 East Fremantle SC 4 3 0 1 18 4 14 9
3 Northern Redbacks SC Reserves 3 2 0 1 17 3 14 6
4 UWA-Nedlands FC 4 2 0 2 16 11 5 6
5 Melville City FC 4 1 0 3 5 18 -13 3
6 Subiaco AFC 4 0 0 4 0 31 -31 0

Football West 2017 Night Series Combined Ladder after Round 4

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Current Ladder (all 3 groups combined)

POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Queens Park SC 4 4 0 0 35 1 34 12
2 Balcatta FC 4 4 0 0 25 1 24 12
3 Bassendean Caledonian FC 4 2 0 2 10 6 4 6
4 Bunbury Dynamos SC 4 2 0 2 9 20 -11 6
5 Leeming Strikers SC 4 0 0 4 5 29 -24 0
6 Joondalup City FC 4 0 0 4 3 30 -27 0
7 Beckenham Angels SC 4 4 0 0 17 3 14 12
8 East Fremantle SC 4 3 0 1 18 4 14 9
9 Northern Redbacks SC Reserves 3 2 0 1 17 3 14 6
10 UWA-Nedlands FC 4 2 0 2 16 11 5 6
11 Melville City FC 4 1 0 3 5 18 -13 3
12 Subiaco AFC 4 0 0 4 0 31 -31 0
13 Northern Redbacks SC 4 4 0 0 42 0 42 12
14 FW NTC Women 4 4 0 0 37 1 36 12
15 Wanneroo City SC 4 2 0 2 9 21 -12 6
16 Stirling Panthers SC 4 1 0 3 9 17 -8 3
17 Ellenbrook United FC 4 1 0 3 4 34 -30 3
18 Curtin University FC 4 0 0 4 3 31 -28 0

Fixtures Round 5:
Stirling v Curtin Wotton Reserve Friday 630
UWA v Subiaco Wotton Reserve Friday 830

Wanneroo v Ellenbrook Wanneroo Sunday 4pm
Northern Redacks v NTC Wanneroo Sunday 6pm

East Fremantle v Northern Redbacks Coker Park Friday 6.15
Beckenham v Melville Coker Park Friday 8pm

Leeming v Joondalup Coker Park Sunday 3pm
Bassendean v Bunbury Coker Park Sunday 5pm
Queens Park v Balcatta Coker Park Sunday 7pm

Minifootball and Area 5 women’s competition

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions

Girls Football at Area 5

Listen out for more information on The World Football Programme on Radio Fremantle Saturdays 10-12 noon on 107.9fm Radio.

Miniroos for girls

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions

Good News Story

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Margaret River Carnival

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Well done to the teams that made the finals for the Carnival this weekend: Particularly Eton Dardenup (Royals), whom I picked for the trophy and the Black Swans (40s) team who made the semis. Some serious injuries- hope everyone recovers well for the season.
It was great to see teams from all over Perth and throughout the south west competing in good spirits.

Archie Thompson and Steph Catley announced as ALDI Miniroos ambassadors

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions

FFA News

Prolific former Socceroo and Hyundai A-League striker Archie Thompson and high profile Westfield Matilda Steph Catley will be the public faces of the ALDI Miniroos after being named the national ambassadors for Australia’s biggest junior football program for boys and girls aged 4-11 years.

With over 200,000 ALDI Miniroos registered across the country, Catley and Thompson’s ambassador roles will include promoting the ALDI Miniroos brand, promoting the program and spreading the fundamentals of what makes football Australia’s biggest junior team participation sport.

“To have two highly recognisable and popular ambassadors in Steph and Archie as the public figures of ALDI Miniroos is a great result,” said FFA CEO David Gallop.

“Steph and Archie are both household names in Australian sport and are well regarded and respected not only in the football community but also the wider sporting community.

“ALDI Miniroos is crucial to FFA’s 20 Year Football Plan of having four million participants by 2035, and these two are perfect examples of promoting everything ALDI Miniroos stands for and helping to achieve this target.”

Catley, who at 23 years of age has already made 53 appearances for the Westfield Matildas and recently captained Melbourne City FC to the Westfield W-League title, grew up playing in suburban Melbourne and fell in love with the game at early age after seeing her brother play.

“I love the idea of being an ALDI MiniRoos ambassador, especially the Miniroos for Girls program, because as I was growing up through the little leagues and the local leagues there weren’t any girls teams around at that age group,” said Catley.

“Now there is that option for girls to go and have fun, hang out with their mates and play football and have somewhere to go to enjoy their football and improve their skills in a fun way which is really important.”

“There was nothing like Miniroos for Girls around when I was growing up and to see what is in place now is fantastic and something I’m really happy and proud to be associated with.”

“ALDI Miniroos for Girls provides so many great benefits to staying active and healthy, making friends, developing social skills and values such as team work and respect for others.”

Thompson scored 28 goals from 54 international appearances for the Caltex Socceroos and enjoyed a decorated playing career, headlined by scoring five goals in the Hyundai A-League 2007 Grand Final for Melbourne Victory.

The father of two says the values of ADLI Miniroos resonate with the ones he has for his own children.

“The great thing about ALDI Miniroos is it gives kids the chance to play football in an enjoyable, safe and most importantly fun environment,” said Thompson.

“Some of my best memories when I was young were the times I was kicking a football around with my friends in the park after school. We’d play for hours until it got too dark and we’d have to go inside so I’m really proud to be an ambassador for ALDI Miniroos and everything it stands for.”

“ALDI Miniroos encompasses all of the great things about football and I look forward to playing a small part in continuing to see more and more kids fall in love with the game and develop amazing friendships like I did.”

For more information about ALDI Miniroos, visit www.Miniroos.com.au or the official ALDI Miniroos Facebook page

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Westfield Matildas squad announced for Algarve Cup

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions, WA on the world stage

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Westfield Matildas stars Caitlin Foord and Steph Catley.

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A host of big name stars have been joined by some returning players in the 21-player squad selected by Westfield Matildas Head Coach Alen Stajcic for the upcoming Algarve Cup in Portugal beginning on 1 March 2017.

With a 25-player squad having concluded a three day camp in Canberra today, Stajcic has narrowed that list down for the tournament that will see the Westfield Matildas play their first international matches since last year’s Rio Games where they reached the Quarter Finals.

A host of Westfield Matildas mainstays over the past two years including 2016 AFC Women’s Player of the Year Caitlin Foord, veterans Lisa De Vanna and Clare Polkinghorne, Westfield W-League 2017 Championship winning captain Steph Catley and German based duo Elise Kellond-Knight and Emily van Egmond will all travel to Portugal alongside a number of players who find themselves back in the fold with another opportunity to stake their claims.

Teigen Allen, Emma Checker, Emily Gielnik, Hayley Raso and Gema Simon all return after time away from the national team, Gielnik the latest of the quintet to feature in a Westfield Matildas squad after she was part of the squad for the Rio Games qualification tournament last year.

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Gema Simon“These players that have come back into the squad have shown plenty during the W-League season and their performances have been at a good level,” said Stajcic.

“As I’ve stated before we’re heading into a new cycle so there is an increase on the competition for places and we’re looking for who can provide that extra depth and quality.”

“Having positions covered by more players and building that depth is really what we’re looking for.”

18-year-old Adelaide midfielder Alex Chidiac is another who is back in the senior setup after making her solitary Westfield Matildas appearance against New Zealand back in February 2015, while Sydney FC’s Amy Harrison has also been included after making a successful return from a knee reconstruction that saw her miss all of 2016.

Stajcic has been forced to leave out striker Michelle Heyman as she continues to recover from an ankle injury that kept her out of the latter part of the recent Westfield W-League season.

“It’s great that Amy has managed to come back but we’ve also got Emma Checker who has come back from a major injury, Chloe Logarzo as well so they’ve all done really well to get themselves back up to speed,” said Stajcic.

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Chloe Logarzo in action for Australia against New Zealand last month.“Unfortunately Michelle Heyman can’t be in line for selection as she hasn’t recovered quickly enough, but to have a number of players on the verge of coming back to full fitness makes it even more exciting about how this team is going to be.”

“Increasing the experience and capacity of players who have been in the team for a long time and continuing to improve them both on and off the field is certainly something we’ve spoken about this week in terms of improving the quality of the squad from within as the first port of call.”

The squad will assemble in Sydney’s west for a three day training camp on Monday prior to departing for Portugal on Wednesday night.

Currently 6th in the FIFA women’s world rankings, the Westfield Matildas have been grouped alongside Sweden (ranked 8th), Netherlands (ranked 12th) and China P.R. (ranked 13th) for the tournament.

“This tournament is a starting point towards looking ahead to the Asian Cup next year, the World Cup the year after and then the Games in Tokyo in 2020,” said Stajcic.

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Westfield Matildas boss Alen Stajcic with Co-Captain Lisa De Vanna.“We’re really looking to test the players and see who is going to be part of this squad moving forward. The Algarve Cup gives us four matches against high quality opponents and I’m sure the team will learn and grow a lot from competing in this tournament.”

The Westfield Matildas’ first match of the Algarve Cup is against Sweden on Wednesday 1 March at 6.30pm local time (5.30am AEDT, Thursday 2 March).

Westfield Matildas squad for Sydney training camp (20-22 February) and Algarve Cup

Name

Date of Birth

Club

A International Caps (Goals)

Teigen Allen 12/02/1994 Melbourne City FC

39 (0)

Mackenzie Arnold (gk) 25/02/1994 Brisbane Roar FC

11 (0)

Ellie Carpenter 28/04/2000 Western Sydney Wanderers FC

5 (0)

Steph Catley 26/01/1994 Melbourne City FC

53 (2)

Emma Checker 11/03/1996 Canberra United

3 (0)

Alex Chidiac 15/01/1999 Adelaide United

1 (0)

Lisa De Vanna 14/11/1984 Canberra United

117 (40)

Caitlin Foord 11/11/1994 Sydney FC

50 (8)

Emily Gielnik 13/05/1992 Brisbane Roar FC

9 (1)

Katrina Gorry 13/08/1992 Brisbane Roar FC

49 (13)

Amy Harrison 21/04/1996 Sydney FC

3 (0)

Elise Kellond-Knight* 10/08/1990 FC Turbine Potsdam, Germany

76 (1)

Alanna Kennedy 21/01/1995 Sydney FC

48 (2)

Sam Kerr 10/09/1993 Perth Glory

46 (8)

Chloe Logarzo 22/12/1994 Newcastle Jets

12 (0)

Clare Polkinghorne 1/02/1989 Brisbane Roar FC

92 (7)

Hayley Raso 5/09/1994 Canberra United

14 (1)

Gema Simon 19/07/1990 Newcastle Jets

5 (0)

Kyah Simon 25/06/1991 Sydney FC

70 (20)

Emily van Egmond* 12/07/1993 VfL Wolfsburg, Germany

57 (14)

Lydia Williams (gk) 13/05/1988 Melbourne City FC

57 (0)

* Based in Germany and will join the squad in Portugal

Algarve Cup 2017 – Westfield Matildas matches

Group C

Westfield Matildas

China P.R.

Netherlands

Sweden

Westfield Matildas v Sweden

1 March 2017

Albufeira, Portugal

Kick-Off: 6.30pm local time (5.30am AEDT, 2 March)

Westfield Matildas v Netherlands

3 March 2017

Vila Real Sto Antonio, Portugal

Kick-Off: 3.00pm local time (2.00am AEDT, 4 March)

China P.R. v Westfield Matildas

6 March 2017

Albufeira, Portugal

Kick-Off: 3.00pm local time (2.00am AEDT, 7 March)

Group A

Canada, Denmark, Portugal, Russia

Group B

Iceland, Japan, Norway, Spain

The two teams with the best classification of the three groups will play in the Final on 8 March 2017. The third highest ranked team and the best runner-up will play in the third place match.

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Football West Night Series 2017 changes

February 13, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions, Night Series

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