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THANK YOU WA STATE FUTSAL CENTRE

June 11, 2017 By: Penny Category: Masters football

Thank you, Eldon Abrahams from the WA State Futsal Centre, Bibra Lake, for the support you have given to our players and for providing the Black Swans alternate (red) strip while the teams were away at The World Masters Games New Zealand. Your support was very much appreciated.

Photo below is the Black Swans 40s.

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WA teams finish World Masters Games 2017 on a high

June 11, 2017 By: Penny Category: Masters football

Football West News

WA teams competing in the World Masters Games will battle it out in play-off matches after being eliminated from the finals series in Auckland, New Zealand.

With teams from as far as USA, Canada, Brasil and United Kingdom, the tournament has been a fantastic football experience for all WA representative teams.

The WA Black Swans in the Women’s Over 40s age group made the quarter-finals after going undefeated in the group stage with three wins and two losses, finishing two points clear on top of the ladder.

In the knock-out stage the Black Swans were eliminated in their quarter-final match losing 3-1 on penalties to Canadian side T-Birds Alumni.

The WA Black Swans in the Women’s Over 50s age group finished second on the ladder after the group stage on eight points with two wins and two draws. The 50+ team was also eliminated in the quarter-finals being undone by eventual finalists the Breakaways represented from USA.

Other competing teams from WA included Kwinana United in the Men’s Over 40s category and Perth United in the Women’s Over 40s.

Perth United finished second in their group however were beaten in their quarter-final match up 1-0 against WAM also representing USA.

Kwinana United’s tournament came to an end in the same round of the knock-out stage with a 6-0 loss to Brasilian representative team Laranja MecAcnica do Brasil.

All the WA teams will continue to compete on Saturday, April 29 in the remaining play-off games with the final of each age group scheduled for Sunday.

WORLD MASTERS GAMES FINISH- APRIL 2017

June 11, 2017 By: Penny Category: Masters football

WORLD MASTERS GAMES – NEW ZEALAND – FINAL UPDATE

All WA teams finished first or second in their groups and out of about 20 teams, finished in the top 10.

The comraderie and spirit that is part of every team in this tournement is testament to the love we all have for this game.

There was a furious amount of shirt and badge swapping, bartering and great conversations about football and culture (mainly between Australian, American and 🇨🇦 Canadian teams, as almost 100% of the groups were made up of these countries).

Great stuff ladies! Go WA!

The next World Masters Games is in Japan in 2021.

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WORLD MASTERS GAMES APRIL 2017 NEW ZEALAND FINALS UPDATE Elimination Finals Match 1 Black Swans 50s were defeated by USA Breakaways 4-0 Black Swans 40s and Perth United play Friday

June 11, 2017 By: Penny Category: Masters football

Elimination Finals Match 1
Black Swans 50s were defeated by USA Breakaways 4-0

Black Swans 40s and Perth United play Friday

CONGRATULATIONS BLACK SWANS AND PERTH UNITED! WORLD MASTERS GAMES NEW ZEALAND

June 11, 2017 By: Penny Category: Masters football

Game 4 Wednesday
Black Swans 50s won 1-0 (Bran Morgan). Finished second on table.
Black Swans 40s won 2-0 (Andrea Payne 2). Finish top of table.
Perth United won Tuesday night 2-0 and finished second in their Group 4 table.

All teams go through to finals.

Quarterfinals schedule-
Black Swans 50s play 1030am Thursday
Black Swans 40s and Perth United play Friday at 1245pm (not against each other)

Good luck all of the WA Teams!

World Masters Games

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Masters football

Good luck to the Black Swans and Perth United women’s masters Teams travelling to the World Masters Games in Auckland New Zealand next week. Some great characters of our local competitions are representing WA in the fourth largest competition in the world: Former Football West Board Member and Subiaco player Janette Spencer, Bassendean Coach Kelly Ann Jarden, Diana Reeves, Kerrie Corbett, Rita Berry, Vanessa Obrien and more. Good luck ladies and coaching crew.

Soccer veteran off to Auckland for World Masters Games

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media, Masters football

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PENNY Hoath will write a new chapter in her decades long history of representative soccer when she jets to Auckland for a second World Masters Games at the end of the month.

Hoath dropped hockey in favour of soccer when she was in high school and has never looked back.

“Hockey was my game until I saw (Argentine international) Diego Maradona playing – I thought he was so cool and soccer was so exciting so I switched,” she said.

“Melville was my first club back in the early days when I was the baby of the team before I moved away for university.

“Now that I’ve moved back into the area I’m back with Melville, where I also coach my daughter Rose Maree in the Under-11s.”

Hoath made her debut for WA as a 17-year-old and has travelled across Australia and the world to play soccer nearly every year since.

“I’ve been part of both 11-a-side and Futsal squads for WA and played all over Europe,” she said.

“In 1993 I was vice caption for the Australian team at the World University Games in Canada where we got whooped by retired American star Mia Hamm and a team full of Chinese internationals.”

Four years ago Hoath played in her first World Masters Game in Italy, helping her WA side reach the knockout stages of the tournament.

She said the Games promoted participation just as much as competition but admitted the WA Black Swans were out to win.

“We have an amazing spread of players – international players, state team players and some players who have come out of retirement,” she said.

“There are some of us who are pretty competitive and we still play at a high level, a handful of us are still running around in the State League women’s competitions with the 16 and 17-year-old spring chickens.”

Hoath will be joined in Auckland by her daughter Rose Maree and said her focus would shift to junior coaching following the World Masters Games.

“I get as excited about coaching as I do about playing, which I’m starting to do less of,” she said.

“Rose’s fixtures are at the same time I would normally play but coaching is my priority this year so everything else is on the backburner.”

Fundraising to help cover the costs of the WA teams travelling to New Zealand for the World Masters Games is ongoing and anybody interested in contributing can contact Penny Hoath on 0408 921 832.

The World Masters Games run from April 21 to 30.

WA teams head to World Masters Games

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Masters football

Football West News

Most footballers have hung up their boots long before they turn 50.

That’s not the case for the WA Black Swan Women’s Masters Over 50s team who, after a long 14 months in training, will join the Over 40s team at the World Masters Games in Auckland, New Zealand.

More than 25,000 men and women are expected to take part in 28 sports and 45 disciplines of the major sporting event, which was established in Toronto in 1985 and is now held every four years. This year the competition, which encourages participation in sport for all ages, will run from April 21 to 30.

In the women’s football competition there are divisions for 35, 40, 45, 50, 55 and 60-year age groups at elite (ex-international and representative players) and competitive levels. The WA teams are entered in the competitive levels. Each of these divisions has 20 teams primarily from Canada, USA, Australia and New Zealand.

Members of the WA Black Swan Women’s Masters team were selected from a range of clubs across the state. Each team member has a unique background, with some players raised in Australia and others in Europe, South Africa, New Zealand and one from Angola.

The players’ exposure to football has been varied with some being introduced to the game from a young age and others coming into football in their later years when their daughters began playing. The commitment and support for women’s football from the current players is significant, with many coaching and holding committee positions.

The WA Over 40s team will be coached by Martin Cox and the Over 50s team will be coached by Robert Glover.

Glover said coaching his team has been a challenging yet satisfying experience.

“For these ladies to just be capable of playing the game they love and committing to the somewhat rigorous schedule of training and trials is a testament to their love of football,” he said.

“Several of these ladies travelled to the Games in 2013 but many new faces have been added to the squad and it will be a new experience for some.

“We plan to give our best in Auckland where we will be competing against a similar age group, but it is also important to enjoy the experience, have fun, catch up with old friends and make new ones, then come back and get involved in our regular club fixtures.”

The first female WA representative side, West Coast Strikers, played in the 1994 Games in Brisbane and returned with a bronze medal. Since then, WA teams have played in Melbourne in 2002 (where they won a silver medal) and in Italy in 2013.

Mhairi Glover played in both competitions and will participate again this year. Glover said the philosophy of the Masters Games was to promote friendship, understanding and competition between mature athletes, regardless of age, race, gender, religion or sports status.

“Being part of the Over 40s Black Swans State Masters squad and the larger combined squad is an amazing experience,” she said.

“Playing football has given me the opportunity to meet many interesting, varied and fun people, this squad being no exception.”

Glover played an active role in working with Football West to develop two teams for the 2017 Games. The team took part in a Margaret River tournament in late February and several training games to help clubs with their pre-season training.

“While I have played with and against many of the players over the years, it was great to see so many new faces making the final teams,” she said.

“The Over 40s team are from a good spread of clubs. Our goal in Auckland is to have fun and be competitive.

“With many Canadian and American teams, the standard will be tough and while we would love to repeat the silver medal performance in Melbourne in 2002, we want to be remembered as a team that put in 110% effort and played in the spirit of the masters games which is sport for all.”

Members of the Over 50s team include Janette Spencer and Jayne Jeffrey who will both turn 60 in 2017.

Perth United and Kwinana United Soccer Club will also be participating in the World Masters.

Perth United’s players are drawn from several teams in WA’s Premier and Metro leagues. The team, made up of 13 Perth-based players and 5 New Zealand players, will take part in the Over 40s grade at the tournament.

This is the second year the Kwinana United Soccer Club are competing, after participating in the Games in Sydney in 2009. The team includes three brothers from the Moodie family, two brothers from the Prosser family and nine people who played in the 2009 Games.

Mothers in football (Victorian Football Federation)

March 22, 2017 By: Penny Category: Masters football

Meet these mothers from Women’s Social Soccer Team – Chelsea FC and Hampton Junior Soccer Club taking to the field to provide a new social and competitive en…
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Western Spirit Fixtures at the Pan Pacifics Masters Gold Coast

December 02, 2016 By: Penny Category: Competitions, Masters football, WA on the world stage

Congratulations to the Western Australian Women’s Masters Team Western Spirit, who finished silver medallists in the Grand Final. The Grand Final was once again battled between the PAVS and the Western Spirit, the same as the 2014 Final. The PAVS talisman Kaye Yardin Vlachos was influential in their narrow win over the Spirit. Great work to some WA icons of our Masters Women’s Football in WA: Sylvia Jenkins, Suzy Blake, Mhairi Angus, Tina Glasson. Good work ladies and good luck in the World Masters in New Zealand 2017.
Western Spirit 2014

Club

Pan Pacific

Club Fixtures

December 2, 2016
Thu 1st Jan 1970 – Thu 1st Jan 1970

Game Date Game Time
Home Team
Away Team
Score
Field
Sun 6th Nov 16
Manly Masters
  v
*Bye*
*Bye*
  v
Canberra Bears
Tiwiwarren
  v
*Bye*
NERDS FC
  v
*Bye*
Nerang Eagles
  v
*Bye*
Peninsula Power
  v
*Bye*
*Bye*
  v
GC Stalwarts
Centurions
  v
*Bye*
09:00
Dunrooten 50s
  v
NERDS FC
1-0
NRG2
09:00
Como Park F1
  v
Sunshine Coast
1-4
NRG1
09:00
Are We Old Enough
  v
TOROS
0-0
NRG3
10:10
Dunrooten 55
  v
GC Stalwarts
3-0
NRG2
10:10
Super Girls
  v
B.O.P
4-0
NRG5
10:10
Canberra Old Boys 60s
  v
Barbarians GC
0-0
NRG4
10:10
Burleigh Red
  v
Peninsula Power
0-4
NRG1
10:10
Riff Raff
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
1-1
NRG3
11:20
Balmain Bugs
  v
Tasmanian Dads Army
1-9
NRG1
11:20
Bronzed Aussies
  v
Tweed Terrors
3-0
NRG3
11:20
GC Kaos
  v
Rusty Joints
3-0
NRG2
11:20
Western Spirit
  v
Muppets
2-0
NRG5
11:20
Purple Sonics
  v
Wobbly Bums
0-0
NRG4
12:30
50 Shades
  v
The EFFENCEES
3-3
NRG4
12:30
Dunrooten Utd 40s
  v
Melbourne Buffers
3-0
NRG5
12:30
Leftovers
  v
Flinders Flames
8-0
NRG3
12:30
Creaky United FC
  v
Power Old Boys
2-2
NRG1
12:30
Dunrooten 50s
  v
Sandy Redbacks
2-1
NRG2
13:40
Centaurs
  v
Red Bulls
0-4
NRG4
13:40
Dunrooten Utd 45s
  v
Napier Marist Masters
2-2
NRG5
13:40
Sandy Redbacks
  v
Riff Raff
2-0
NRG1
13:40
Sunshine Coast Oldies
  v
Canberra Old Boys 60s
1-0
NRG2
13:40
Barbarians GC
  v
Dunrooten 55
1-1
NRG3
14:50
Sunshine Coast Oldies
  v
Allstars
2-3
NRG2
14:50
Creek Cavaliers
  v
Burleigh Red
2-1
NRG3
14:50
Seaciders
  v
Chaos
1-1
NRG4
14:50
GALAXY FC
  v
Wahroonga Tigers
0-1
NRG5
14:50
Flamingos
  v
Nerang Eagles
0-4
NRG1
16:00
Canberra Creakers
  v
Bronzed Aussies
1-0
NRG3
16:00
Tweed Terrors
  v
GC Kaos
0-4
NRG4
16:00
Tassy Dads Army 50s
  v
50 Shades
2-1
NRG1
16:00
Tassie Strikers
  v
Purple Sonics
0-2
NRG2
17:10
Geri-Hat-Tricks
  v
Mixed Bag
3-0
NRG5
17:10
The EFFENCEES
  v
Sandy Redbacks
1-1
NRG1
17:10
Rusty Joints
  v
Wobbly Bums
0-1
NRG4
17:10
Camden Hasbeens
  v
Sandy Redbacks
0-2
NRG2
18:20
PAVS
  v
Clarence Candy Crushers
4-0
NRG4
18:20
Creek Cavaliers
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
2-3
NRG2
18:20
Canberra Old Boys
  v
Perth ‘Steptoe’ Stepovers
3-4
NRG1
18:20
FC Kopenbadly
  v
SI Telekom Hypers Social Clu
0-1
NRG5
19:30
Colo Colo 80
  v
Sunshine Blues
0-1
NRG1
19:30
Centurions
  v
Camden Hasbeens
1-0
NRG5
19:30
Canberra Creakers
  v
Tassie Strikers
3-0
NRG4
19:30
Allstars
  v
Flamingos
5-1
NRG2
20:40
Bluetongues
  v
Southcoast Rhinos
0-0
NRG4
20:40
Canberra Bears
  v
Tassy Dads Army 50s
2-0
NRG1
20:40
Farcelona FC
  v
Marry Donna FC
1-1
NRG2
Mon 7th Nov 16
*Bye*
  v
B.O.P
*Bye*
  v
Tassy Dads Army 50s
*Bye*
  v
Burleigh Red
*Bye*
  v
Napier Marist Masters
Muppets
  v
*Bye*
Marry Donna FC
  v
*Bye*
Camden Hasbeens
  v
*Bye*
09:30
PAVS
  v
Muppets
6-0
NRG2
09:30
Western Spirit
  v
Super Girls
3-1
NRG1
10:00
Leftovers
  v
Geri-Hat-Tricks
1-2
NRG4
10:00
Tiwiwarren
  v
Clarence Candy Crushers
0-3
NRG3
10:40
Red Bulls
  v
FC Kopenbadly
0-2
NRG1
10:40
Tasmanian Dads Army
  v
Farcelona FC
2-1
NRG2
11:10
Dunrooten 55
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
2-0
NRG3
11:10
Napier Marist Masters
  v
Manly Masters
0-0
NRG4
11:50
Canberra Old Boys 60s
  v
Sandy Redbacks
0-0
NRG1
11:50
Dunrooten 50s
  v
Canberra Bears
3-2
NRG2
12:20
Dunrooten Utd 40s
  v
Centaurs
3-1
NRG4
12:20
Wobbly Bums
  v
Tassie Strikers
0-0
NRG3
13:00
Super Girls
  v
PAVS
0-2
NRG1
13:00
Clarence Candy Crushers
  v
Western Spirit
0-1
NRG2
13:30
Bronzed Aussies
  v
Rusty Joints
3-0
NRG5
13:30
Perth ‘Steptoe’ Stepovers
  v
Sunshine Coast
1-2
NRG4
13:30
B.O.P
  v
Tiwiwarren
0-1
NRG3
14:10
Balmain Bugs
  v
Marry Donna FC
1-1
NRG2
14:10
Farcelona FC
  v
Dunrooten Utd 45s
0-2
NRG1
14:40
Southcoast Rhinos
  v
Como Park F1
1-2
NRG3
14:40
Manly Masters
  v
Tasmanian Dads Army
0-2
NRG4
14:40
Chaos
  v
TOROS
2-0
NRG5
15:20
Creaky United FC
  v
Colo Colo 80
3-0
NRG1
15:20
Flamingos
  v
Creek Cavaliers
0-3
NRG2
15:50
50 Shades
  v
Sandy Redbacks
4-2
NRG3
15:50
Purple Sonics
  v
Tweed Terrors
4-0
NRG4
15:50
Flinders Flames
  v
Are We Old Enough
0-3
NRG5
16:30
Sunshine Coast Oldies
  v
Nerang Eagles
4-3
NRG2
16:30
NERDS FC
  v
The EFFENCEES
4-0
NRG1
17:00
GC Stalwarts
  v
Barbarians GC
0-3
NRG5
17:00
Sunshine Blues
  v
GALAXY FC
0-3
NRG4
17:40
Dunrooten Utd 45s
  v
Balmain Bugs
5-1
NRG1
17:40
GC Kaos
  v
Canberra Creakers
1-0
NRG2
18:10
Mixed Bag
  v
Seaciders
0-4
NRG4
18:10
Riff Raff
  v
Centurions
5-1
NRG5
18:50
Canberra Old Boys
  v
Bluetongues
0-2
NRG1
18:50
Melbourne Buffers
  v
SI Telekom Hypers Social Clu
0-1
NRG2
20:00
Power Old Boys
  v
Wahroonga Tigers
1-0
NRG2
20:00
Peninsula Power
  v
Allstars
2-2
NRG1
Tue 8th Nov 16
*Bye*
  v
PAVS
*Bye*
  v
50 Shades
*Bye*
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
*Bye*
  v
Balmain Bugs
*Bye*
  v
Barbarians GC
10:30
TOROS
  v
Geri-Hat-Tricks
0-6
NRG3
10:30
Flinders Flames
  v
Seaciders
0-4
NRG4
11:00
Sunshine Blues
  v
Power Old Boys
1-0
NRG2
11:00
Centaurs
  v
FC Kopenbadly
0-1
NRG1
11:40
Wobbly Bums
  v
Bronzed Aussies
0-3
NRG4
11:40
Sunshine Coast
  v
Canberra Old Boys
3-0
NRG3
12:10
Camden Hasbeens
  v
Riff Raff
1-3
NRG2
12:10
SI Telekom Hypers Social Clu
  v
Dunrooten Utd 40s
0-2
NRG1
12:50
Geri-Hat-Tricks
  v
Chaos
4-0
NRG3
12:50
Are We Old Enough
  v
Mixed Bag
2-1
NRG4
13:20
TOROS
  v
Flinders Flames
3-2
NRG2
13:20
Seaciders
  v
Leftovers
0-1
NRG1
14:00
Sandy Redbacks
  v
Dunrooten 55
0-0
NRG3
14:00
Dunrooten Utd 45s
  v
Tasmanian Dads Army
0-0
NRG4
14:30
B.O.P
  v
Western Spirit
0-4
NRG2
14:30
Tassy Dads Army 50s
  v
Dunrooten 50s
0-3
NRG1
15:10
Southcoast Rhinos
  v
Perth ‘Steptoe’ Stepovers
2-1
NRG5
15:10
Canberra Bears
  v
The EFFENCEES
5-2
NRG3
15:10
Sunshine Coast Oldies
  v
GC Stalwarts
6-0
NRG4
15:40
Bluetongues
  v
Como Park F1
0-1
NRG2
15:40
Sandy Redbacks
  v
NERDS FC
1-0
NRG1
16:20
Colo Colo 80
  v
GALAXY FC
0-4
NRG4
16:20
Napier Marist Masters
  v
Farcelona FC
0-4
NRG5
16:50
Chaos
  v
Are We Old Enough
3-0
NRG1
16:50
Leftovers
  v
Mixed Bag
7-0
NRG2
17:30
Nerang Eagles
  v
Peninsula Power
2-3
NRG4
17:30
Super Girls
  v
Clarence Candy Crushers
1-1
NRG5
18:00
Tassie Strikers
  v
GC Kaos
2-2
NRG1
18:00
Canberra Creakers
  v
Tweed Terrors
11-0
NRG2
18:40
Muppets
  v
Tiwiwarren
2-2
NRG4
18:40
Creek Cavaliers
  v
Allstars
0-5
NRG5
19:10
Centurions
  v
Canberra Old Boys 60s
1-1
NRG2
19:10
Wahroonga Tigers
  v
Creaky United FC
0-1
NRG1
19:50
Rusty Joints
  v
Purple Sonics
2-2
NRG4
19:50
Burleigh Red
  v
Flamingos
6-2
NRG5
20:20
Red Bulls
  v
Melbourne Buffers
2-1
NRG2
20:20
Marry Donna FC
  v
Manly Masters
2-2
NRG1
Wed 9th Nov 16
Western Spirit
  v
*Bye*
Dunrooten 50s
  v
*Bye*
Flamingos
  v
*Bye*
Farcelona FC
  v
*Bye*
Riff Raff
  v
*Bye*
11:00
NERDS FC
  v
50 Shades
3-0
NRG1
11:00
Manly Masters
  v
Balmain Bugs
5-0
NRG2
12:10
Dunrooten 55
  v
Centurions
6-0
NRG1
12:10
Canberra Old Boys 60s
  v
Camden Hasbeens
1-0
NRG2
13:20
Super Girls
  v
Muppets
4-2
NRG1
13:20
The EFFENCEES
  v
Tassy Dads Army 50s
4-0
NRG2
14:30
Clarence Candy Crushers
  v
B.O.P
3-2
NRG1
14:30
Mixed Bag
  v
Flinders Flames
2-0
NRG2
15:40
Canberra Bears
  v
Sandy Redbacks
0-1
NRG1
16:20
Dunrooten Utd 45s
  v
Marry Donna FC
1-0
NRG4
16:20
Leftovers
  v
Chaos
0-0
NRG5
16:50
Canberra Creakers
  v
Rusty Joints
3-0
NRG1
16:50
Allstars
  v
Burleigh Red
7-2
NRG2
17:30
Peninsula Power
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
3-1
NRG5
17:30
Seaciders
  v
TOROS
5-1
NRG4
18:00
GC Stalwarts
  v
Sandy Redbacks
0-11
NRG1
18:00
Tasmanian Dads Army
  v
Napier Marist Masters
2-1
NRG2
18:40
Tiwiwarren
  v
PAVS
0-4
NRG4
18:40
GC Kaos
  v
Wobbly Bums
0-0
NRG5
19:10
Are We Old Enough
  v
Geri-Hat-Tricks
0-6
NRG2
19:10
Purple Sonics
  v
Bronzed Aussies
0-0
NRG1
19:50
Creek Cavaliers
  v
Nerang Eagles
2-0
NRG5
20:20
Barbarians GC
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
1-0
NRG2
20:20
Tweed Terrors
  v
Tassie Strikers
0-0
NRG1
Thu 10th Nov 16
*Bye*
  v
The EFFENCEES
*Bye*
  v
Allstars
*Bye*
  v
Tasmanian Dads Army
*Bye*
  v
Clarence Candy Crushers
*Bye*
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
Canberra Old Boys 60s
  v
*Bye*
10:30
Manly Masters
  v
Dunrooten Utd 45s
1-1
NRG4
10:30
Dunrooten 55
  v
Riff Raff
1-0
NRG3
11:00
Peninsula Power
  v
Creek Cavaliers
2-1
NRG1
11:00
Wahroonga Tigers
  v
Sunshine Blues
1-2
NRG2
11:40
Balmain Bugs
  v
Farcelona FC
4-5
NRG3
11:40
Melbourne Buffers
  v
Centaurs
4-2
NRG4
12:10
Sunshine Coast Oldies
  v
Flamingos
7-0
NRG1
12:10
Como Park F1
  v
Canberra Old Boys
2-0
NRG2
12:50
Tassie Strikers
  v
Bronzed Aussies
0-5
NRG4
12:50
Are We Old Enough
  v
Leftovers
2-3
NRG3
13:20
Camden Hasbeens
  v
Dunrooten 55
0-2
NRG2
13:20
Sandy Redbacks
  v
Tassy Dads Army 50s
1-0
NRG1
14:00
PAVS
  v
Western Spirit
4-1
NRG4
14:00
Riff Raff
  v
Canberra Old Boys 60s
0-0
NRG3
14:30
Wobbly Bums
  v
Canberra Creakers
0-4
NRG2
14:30
Chaos
  v
Flinders Flames
4-0
NRG1
15:10
Tiwiwarren
  v
Super Girls
0-11
NRG4
15:10
NERDS FC
  v
Canberra Bears
3-0
NRG5
15:10
Barbarians GC
  v
Centurions
2-0
NRG3
15:40
Perth ‘Steptoe’ Stepovers
  v
Bluetongues
3-2
NRG1
15:40
GC Stalwarts
  v
Camden Hasbeens
0-2
NRG2
16:20
50 Shades
  v
Dunrooten 50s
1-1
NRG5
16:20
Muppets
  v
B.O.P
2-0
NRG4
16:50
Sunshine Coast Oldies
  v
Sandy Redbacks
1-0
NRG1
16:50
GALAXY FC
  v
Creaky United FC
2-0
NRG2
17:30
Power Old Boys
  v
Colo Colo 80
3-1
NRG4
17:30
SI Telekom Hypers Social Clu
  v
Red Bulls
0-1
NRG5
18:00
Geri-Hat-Tricks
  v
Seaciders
3-0
NRG1
18:00
Centurions
  v
GC Stalwarts
0-2
NRG2
18:40
Sunshine Coast
  v
Southcoast Rhinos
0-3
NRG5
18:40
Tweed Terrors
  v
Rusty Joints
0-3
NRG4
19:10
Nerang Eagles
  v
Burleigh Red
1-2
NRG2
19:10
GC Kaos
  v
Purple Sonics
2-1
NRG1
19:50
Sandy Redbacks
  v
Barbarians GC
1-0
NRG5
19:50
Marry Donna FC
  v
Napier Marist Masters
4-0
NRG4
20:20
FC Kopenbadly
  v
Dunrooten Utd 40s
0-1
NRG2
20:20
TOROS
  v
Mixed Bag
3-3
NRG1
Fri 11th Nov 16
*Bye*
  v
Creek Cavaliers
*Bye*
  v
Dunrooten Utd 45s
*Bye*
  v
Super Girls
Sandy Redbacks
  v
*Bye*
*Bye*
  v
Sandy Redbacks
10:30
Purple Sonics
  v
Canberra Creakers
1-0
NRG3
11:00
Centaurs
  v
SI Telekom Hypers Social Clu
1-2
NRG1
11:00
Western Spirit
  v
Tiwiwarren
9-0
NRG2
11:40
Canberra Old Boys 60s
  v
Dunrooten 55
0-4
NRG3
12:10
Camden Hasbeens
  v
Barbarians GC
0-1
NRG2
12:10
Farcelona FC
  v
Manly Masters
0-4
NRG1
12:50
The EFFENCEES
  v
Dunrooten 50s
0-1
NRG4
12:50
Colo Colo 80
  v
Wahroonga Tigers
0-7
NRG3
13:20
Canberra Bears
  v
50 Shades
1-1
NRG1
13:20
Flamingos
  v
Peninsula Power
1-4
NRG2
14:00
Napier Marist Masters
  v
Balmain Bugs
2-1
NRG3
14:00
Tassy Dads Army 50s
  v
NERDS FC
0-5
NRG4
14:30
Tasmanian Dads Army
  v
Marry Donna FC
0-1
NRG1
14:30
Perth ‘Steptoe’ Stepovers
  v
Como Park F1
1-2
NRG2
15:10
B.O.P
  v
PAVS
0-3
NRG4
15:40
Rusty Joints
  v
Tassie Strikers
1-1
NRG2
15:40
TOROS
  v
Leftovers
0-6
NRG1
16:20
Allstars
  v
Nerang Eagles
4-3
NRG4
16:20
Power Old Boys
  v
GALAXY FC
2-1
NRG5
16:50
Flinders Flames
  v
Geri-Hat-Tricks
0-8
NRG1
16:50
Melbourne Buffers
  v
FC Kopenbadly
0-1
NRG2
17:30
Bluetongues
  v
Sunshine Coast
1-3
NRG5
17:30
Creaky United FC
  v
Sunshine Blues
0-2
NRG4
18:00
Mixed Bag
  v
Chaos
0-4
NRG2
18:00
Wobbly Bums
  v
Tweed Terrors
2-0
NRG1
18:40
Burleigh Red
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
1-2
NRG4
18:40
Riff Raff
  v
GC Stalwarts
6-0
NRG5
19:10
Dunrooten Utd 40s
  v
Red Bulls
0-1
NRG1
19:10
Bronzed Aussies
  v
GC Kaos
1-3
NRG2
19:50
Canberra Old Boys
  v
Southcoast Rhinos
3-1
NRG4
19:50
Centurions
  v
Sunshine Coast Oldies
1-4
NRG5
20:20
Clarence Candy Crushers
  v
Muppets
0-0
NRG1
20:20
Seaciders
  v
Are We Old Enough
6-1
NRG2
Sat 12th Nov 16
*Bye*
  v
Dunrooten 55
11:40
GC Stalwarts
  v
Canberra Old Boys 60s
0-5
NRG4
14:20
Sandy Redbacks
  v
Centurions
3-0
NRG3
14:20
Barbarians GC
  v
Riff Raff
4-1
NRG5
14:50
Sunshine Coast Oldies
  v
Camden Hasbeens
3-0
NRG2

 

Number of games listed = 258
End of Club Fixtures