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Football West Premier Night Series 2018

April 23, 2018 By: Penny Category: Competitions, Football West

Group A

Final Ladder

POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Beckenham Angels SC 3 2 1 0 10 4 6 7
2 Queens Park SC 3 2 1 0 7 3 4 7
3 Fremantle City FC 3 1 0 2 3 4 -1 3
4 Stirling Panthers SC 3 0 0 3 1 10 -9 0
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Group B

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Final Ladder

POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Northern Redbacks SC 3 3 0 0 13 0 13 9
2 NTC Women 3 1 1 1 7 4 3 4
3 Balcatta FC 3 1 1 1 6 5 1 4
4 Wanneroo City SC 3 0 0 3 0 17 -17 0

GIRLS CARNIVAL 2018

April 23, 2018 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions

Female football week is fast approaching, running from the 2nd of March through to the 10th of March. As a part of the celebration of women and girls in football, Subiaco AFC have taken great initiative and are holding a ‘Girls Carnival’ on the 10th of March at Rosalie Park in Shenton Park.

They are now taking team nominations for the U14, U16 and U18 age groups that will all be competing on the day. If you have an eligible team that would like to participate in the carnival please email the organiser, Ron Fyneman on ron.fyneman@police.wa.gov.au. Please register with Ron before 4pm on Friday the 23rd of February to be involved.

The day will be a wonderful kick starter to the up and coming season and will operate similarly to a round robin, incorporating shorter games. This day is all about enjoyment, fun and celebration. There will be player appearances from our Perth Glory Women’s team along with autographs and poster give away’s.

Kind Regards,

Tash Rigby
Football West | Development Officer

Football West Womens Competition structure for 2018

April 05, 2018 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions, Football West

The word is that Football West have endorsed
1. Premier League with substitution
2. Reserve league with interchange
3. State League with no reserves
4. Promotion and relegation and playoff system will apply for team interchanging between the two leagues
5. No new teams can directly enter the Premier League without first being promoted via the State League
6. North and South divisions below the top two tiers

Great work Womens Standing Committee to put this proposal forward and good on you Football West for implementing it!

Your thoughts?

Has your club been informed by Football West yet?

STATE SQUAD COACH WANTED FOR SUBIACO AFC WOMEN’S STATE SQUAD

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Competitions

16 DECEMBER 2017

Subiaco AFC is seeking applications from suitably experienced coaches to manage the 2018 Women’s State Squad. You will be well supported by a club that is committed to the development of their women’s teams.

Our club has top of league aspirations, hence in addition to your coaching licence you must be a team motivator, a good communicator and of course available to coach on Tuesday and Thursday nights as well as games on Sunday. You will also be required to be involved in additional competitions such as the Women’s Cup from time to time.

Our Assistant Coach Rob Clements is continuing on, which will assist you with getting the know the players and provide some continuity into 2018. I might be a little biased but I think we have a fantastic group of players that are highly talented, fun and excited about the 2018 season.

The club, based at Rosalie Park in Subiaco, is considered one of the best football clubs in Perth with a history that dates back over 100 years. With numerous junior, men’s and women’s teams the club is well placed for a strong future.

Please register your interest by emailing aj_ahearn@hotmail.com or phoning 0408 152 826 if you have any questions.

Competition Rules 2018

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Competitions, Football West

 
Ahead of the 2018 competition season, Football West is undertaking a comprehensive review of all competition rules.

Should you wish to have a competition rule reviewed, please complete this form by 5pm, Thursday, November 30, 2017.

All feedback will be presented to the relevant Standing Committee that oversees the competition and proposed changes will be reviewed in conjunction with Football West.

All changes implemented for 2018 will be communicated to clubs and made available on the Football West website.

If you have any queries, please contact info@footballwest.com.au.

FFA Junior Futsal National Championships 2017

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Trials for the U12, U13, U14, U15 and Girls U15 squads participating in the Football Federation Australia Junior Futsal National Championships are now underway.

Trials are being held at Maccabi Sports Centre and Lords Sport Centre inSeptember and October.

(Last trial is this Saturday 14 October 11-12 Macabi Centre Yokine)

The Championships will be held at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra from January 8 to 13, 2018.

Sean D’Arcy will coach the U12 side, with Salv Todaro coaching the U13s and Dan Evans taking on the U14s.

Alex Herrera will lead the U15s, while Jessica Sardi will coach the Girls U15 team.

Football West Development Officer Garry Church said the opportunity to participate in the competition is invaluable for players.

“Taking part in the Futsal Nationals offers the players an experience to travel as a team and compete against some of the best junior futsal players in Australia,” he said.

“Futsal favours rapid decision making, dynamic playing systems and is the perfect tool for players to develop and improve technique, tactical understanding, agility and coordination.

“Participating in the Futsal Nationals and representing Western Australia is a great honour for those selected and I encourage all current or potential players to attend the trials.”

http://footballwest.com.au/development-2/programs/futsal/

 2017 Football West Junior Futsal Competition

Team nominations are now open for the 2017 Football West Junior Futsal Competition.

The competition will run from Sunday, October 15 to Sunday December 17.

Each team will require a minimum of eight players and a maximum of 10 players.

Teams are not required to be affiliated with a club, however each player does need to have a current FFA number in order for teams to be registered. The cost per team is $680 including GST.

The Smarter than Smoking Junior Futsal Final will be held at the new WA State Futsal Centre in Osborne Park.

Regular Season

  • U10, U11, U12

  • WA State Futsal Centre – Bibra Lake

  • Sunday, October 15 – Sunday, December 3

  • U13, U14, U15

  • Lords Recreation Centre

  • Sunday, October 15 – Sunday, December 3

Semi Final

  • U10, U11, U12 and U13, U14, U15 Sunday, December 10

  • WA State Futsal Centre – Bibra Lake

Final

  • U10, U11, U12 and U13, U14, U15 T.B.C

  • Sunday, December 17

  • WA State Futsal Centre – Osborne Park

If you have any players who would like to get a team together and compete in the Football West Futsal competition, please click here to complete a team nomination form.

If you have any further questions please contact garry.church@footballwest.com.au.

 

FFA Junior Futsal National Championships

Trials for the U12, U13, U14, U15 and Girls U15 squads participating in the Football Federation Australia Junior Futsal National Championships are now underway.

Trials are being held at Maccabi Sports Centre and Lords Sport Centre in September and October.

The Championships will be held at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra from January 8 to 13, 2018.

Sean D’Arcy will coach the U12 side, with Salv Todaro coaching the U13s and Dan Evans taking on the U14s.

Alex Herrera will lead the U15s, while Jessica Sardi will coach the Girls U15 team.

Football West Development Officer Garry Church said the opportunity to participate in the competition is invaluable for players.

“Taking part in the Futsal Nationals offers the players an experience to travel as a team and compete against some of the best junior futsal players in Australia,” he said.

“Futsal favours rapid decision making, dynamic playing systems and is the perfect tool for players to develop and improve technique, tactical understanding, agility and coordination.

“Participating in the Futsal Nationals and representing Western Australia is a great honour for those selected and I encourage all current or potential players to attend the trials.”

 

Training dates for selected teams (*Attendance at all training sessions is compulsory for selected squads)

U12: All training sessions at Lords Sport Centre

October 28: 1pm-2pm

November 4: 1pm-2pm

November 11: 1pm-2pm

November 18: 1pm-2pm

November 25: 1pm-2pm

December 2: 1pm-2pm

December 9: 1pm-2pm

December 16: 1pm-2pm

December 23: 1pm-2pm

U13: All training sessions at Maccabi Sports Centre

October 13: 6pm – 7pm

October 20: 6pm – 7pm

October 28: 8am-9am

November 4: 8am-9am

November 11: 8am-9am

November 18: 8am-9am

November 25: 8am-9am

December 2: 8am-9am

December 9: 8am-9am

December 16: 8am-9am

December 23: 8am-9am

U14: All training sessions at Maccabi Sports Centre

October 14: 9am – 10am

October 21: 9am – 10am

October 28: 9am – 10am

November 4: 9am – 10am

November 11: 9am – 10am

November 18: 9am – 10am

November 25: 9am – 10am

December 2: 9am – 10am

December 9: 9am – 10am

December 16: 9am – 10am

December 23: 9am – 10am

Boys U15: All training sessions at Maccabi Sports Centre

October 14: 10am – 11am

October 21: 10am – 11am

October 28: 10am – 11am

November 4: 10am – 11am

November 11: 10am – 11am

November 18: 10am – 11am

November 25: 10am – 11am

December 2: 10am – 11am

December 9: 10am – 11am

December 16: 10am – 11am

December 23: 10am – 11am

Girls U15: All training sessions at Maccabi Sports Centre

October 14: 11am – 12pm

October 21: 11am – 12pm

October 28: 11am – 12pm

November 4: 11am – 12pm

November 11: 11am – 12pm

November 18: 11am – 12pm

November 25: 11am – 12pm

December 2: 11am – 12pm

December 9: 11am – 12pm

December 16: 11am – 12pm

December 23: 11am – 12pm

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AREA FIVE FOOTBALL FOR WOMEN

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Womens competitions start on the 22nd of September 2017, the times will go from 6.30pm till about 9.30pm at all our venues Wembley, Wanneroo and Victoria Park.

The cost for the team is $50 team registration and $60 per team per week.

Hi Area 5 Community,

We are proud to announce our new season coming up this September at all venues, we have attached a registration form for you to fill out to enter a team into in one of our leagues.

Places are being taken up so we suggest to enter your team so you don’t miss out on the summer season 5 a side.

Venues

Season kick off: 18 September 2017 – 27 January 2018 (break of 3 weeks over Christmas period 23 December-14 January)

-Wembley (144 Gregory Street, Wembley) Lake Monger Recreation Club
-Vic Park (18 Kent Street, Victoria Park) Carlisle Recreation Club
-Wanneroo (22 Crisafulli Avenue, Waneroo) Wanneroo Sports and Social Club

Junior and Youth Costs and dates are:

Free Registration $10 per player per week
The days are as follows:

Friday 4pm – 6.30pm
Saturday 4pm – 6.30pm

Adult costs are:

$50 team registration
$80 per game
$20 per game (Soccer Tennis) Wanneroo only.

Winner prizes for adults competitions only:

$250 for the liga winners
$250 for the finals winners

The days are as follows:

-Monday – Premier League
*Wanneroo Soccer Tennis Competition
-Tuesday – League 1
-Wednesday – League 2
-Thursday – League 3
-Friday – Women and Mixed
-Friday thru Sunday – Champions Liga (29th September thru 15 December). Cost $1500 up front, prize $4000.00.

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Football West Premier League Table May 2017

March 06, 2018 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Football West Premier Womens League Table May 2017

Football West Premier Womens League Table May 2017

Redbacks find their sting against East Freo

July 19, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Football West News

The Northern Redbacks have lived up to their namesake with a convincing 5-0 victory over East Fremantle FC on Sunday.

Redbacks’ Demi Vance set the tone for the match with a skilful goal in the 5th minute.

East Fremantle responded with some close attempts by McKayla Lyons and Kate Thayer in 19th and 26th minutes, but Redbacks’ keeper Kathleen Waycott was quick on the ball.

Renee Leota managed to extend the Redbacks’ lead by scrambling the ball through a crowded square in the 29th minute.

East Fremantle came out strong in the second, but shots from Evie Marchetti and Sarah Kenny in the 52nd and 55th minutes weren’t enough to close the gap.

Jessica Wheatman, Vance and Leota were able to capitalise on their opponents’ mistakes and add three goals to their tally.

Coming into round six the Redbacks were placed 5th on the ladder with one win and two loses, but the result has lifted them to 3rd place, behind their next formidable opponent NTC.

Redbacks coach Tim Hodgson said his team had missed a number of games this season but he is pleased to see them progress on the scoreboard.

“We haven’t really had enough games for us to get things gelling properly, but when we did start combining things, we are not too bad,” he said.

Hodgson said his team’s line-up included three international-level players, which was the key to their success.

“We’ve got experienced players, we play it simple if we can,” he said.

Leota played for New Zealand in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Vance played for Northern Island in the UEFA Championship in 2007 and Kim Carroll has played for the Matildas in the 2011 World Cup.

Having won 14 Premier League Championships, Hodgson said the team had let themselves down in a couple of games this year, but it was all forward from here.

East Fremantle assistant coach Gary Thayer commended his team for their gutsy performance against a more experienced side.

“We are a young team and it is a little bit erratic at times, some are still learning about the game,” he said.

“We have just come off NTC which was a big loss, which wasn’t deserved, but in this game we had our chances.

“When we put pressure on them, they didn’t play as well, but as soon as we slacked off they just walked all over us.”

Northern Redbacks 5 (Vance 5min, 8, Leota 14, Wheatman 2)

East Fremantle SC 0

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Wauhop Park

Kick-off: 3:00pm

Referee: John Westmerland

Northern Redbacks: 1. Kathleen WAYCOTT, 2. Jessica WHEATMAN, 3. Larissa WALSH, 5. Eleanor BLACKMORE, 6. Carla BENNETT, 7. Kim CARROLL, 8. Demi VANCE, 9. Megan MILLER, 11. Katie MOTH, 12. Shawn BILLAM, 13. Elisa D’OVIDIO, 14. Renee LEOTA, 15. Piper BOOBYER, 17. Lauren RILEY

Yellow cards: nil

Red cards: nil

East Fremantle SC: 1. Leniana MASIBAKA, 2. Brook MARICIE, 3. Issabelle BRIDGES, 4. Zoe YAO, 5. Karissa LEAR, 6. Lauren WALTMAN, 7. Lea VOLKMER, 8. McKayla LYONS, 9. Evie MARCHETTI, 10. Emma GAUTREY, 11. Sarah KENNY, 13. Kate THAYER, 14. Rachael OLIVE, 15. Zoe ANDRIJICH, 16. Sammi CARBON, 17. Raphaella WALTMAN

East Fremantle SC:

Yellow cards: nil

Red cards: nil

NTC win big over East Fremantle

July 19, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Football West Report by Kane Sutton

NTC Women have produced their second emphatic win in two weeks, defeating East Fremantle SC 5-1 on Sunday afternoon.

NTC carried a 2-0 lead into half time and were able to capitalise on the few mistakes their opponents made during the last half an hour of play, to three goals to their tally.

NTC coach Jessine Bonzas praised her team’s ability to come out firing in the first half while setting up tough attacking structures that kept them on the front foot.

“Going into the half at two-nil is a dangerous score, they get one, and get themselves back into the game,” she said.

“Our girls are preparing for the national championship. We’re really pleased with how they’re going, and to come our and show that maturity today was a really good thing.”

NTC found themselves a goal ahead within minutes of kick-off, as a perfectly weighted through-ball allowed Liana Cook enough space to dribble ahead and casually slot the ball past the keeper in the fifth minute.

The home team were able to double their lead less than fifteen minutes later. A corner kick that spilled out of the box was attacked by Leticia McKenna, who lobbed the ball over the keeper into the back left corner.

After comfortably controlling the first half, NTC struggled to keep momentum in the second.

East Fremantle applied the attacking pressure early, and a parried keeper save allowed Sarah Kenny to roll the ball into goal.

Now only down by one, Fremantle continued to press forward and gave themselves a number of chances to level the score.

A shot across the face of goal by Zoe Yao was centimetres wide of the post, and a headed effort by Issabelle Bridges skimmed over the crossbar.

NTC were able to wrestle back control of the match and secure the win after a goal in the 73rd minute by substitute Georgia Cawley was followed by a second goal just two minutes later from Abbey Meakins, who was also brought into the game late.

Bonzas praised her team’s resilience in halting the attacking pressure and picking their moments to get forward after a lot of defending.

“It’s a massive credit to them for holding out, and to hit back,” she said.

“We made two subs, and I asked them to make an impact, and they scored two goals in five minutes.”

The home team continued to press forward late in the game as the rain began to fall, and Cook took advantage, easing the ball past the keeper in the 87th minute.

East Fremantle official Gary was proud of his team’s fighting spirit, but conceded it was a tough loss to take and that rallying for next week’s game against fifth placed Northern Redbacks next week was now a priority.

“We put pressure on them, we told the girls it was only two goals, and we managed to put pressure on [NTC],” he said.

“We had a few mistakes, and it cost us dearly. We had our chances on goal, and I think that was the difference, really.

“We’ve got a few disappointed girls here, who were a bit emotional – they really wanted to do well in this game. But next week’s another game.

“It’s not going to get any easier, so we’ll train hard this week, and go from there.”

The win keeps NTC in clear second place behind Queens Park, the only team they’ve lost to so far this season.

Meanwhile, East Fremantle drop from third to fourth on goal difference, and widen the gap on second place to six points.

FW NTC Women 5 (Cook 5min, 87, McKenna 18, Cawley 73, Meakins 75)

East Fremantle SC 1 (Kenny 49min)

Sunday, May 5, 2017

Celebration Park

Kick-off: 12:00pm

Referee: Alex Best

FW NTC Women – 1. Morgan AQUINO, 2. Alyssa VAN HEURCK, 3. Cheyenne WISE-JARVIS, 4. Sofie OSBORNE, 5. Rosie LEHANE, 6. Georgia IRELAND, 7. Liana COOK, 8. Abbey MEAKINS, 9. Biana WEBB, 10. Lexie MORENO, 11. Izzy FOLETTA, 12. Leticia MCKENNA, 13. Tessa DE LEO, 14. Georgia CAWLEY, 15. Ashling DEVITT, 17. Jenna ONIONS

Yellow cards: Nil

Red Cards: Nil

East Fremantle SC – 3. Issabelle BRIDGES, 4. Jaqueline MCLERNON, 5. Shannen PINK CRUSTANCHO, 6. Laura WALTMAN, 8. McKayla LYONS, 9. Evie MARCHETTI, 11. Taylor MAGUIRE, 14. Rachael OLIVER, 15. Zoe ANDRIJICH, 16. Kate THAYER, 17. Leniana MASIBAKA, 18. Lea VOLKMER, 19. Sarah KENNY, 20. Zoe YAO, 26. Kaylin GEELHOED

Yellow cards: Oliver 84min, Yao 85

Red cards: Nil