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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
TIME/DATE:
6:15 PM / FRI 23 FEB
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8:00 PM / FRI 23 FEB
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5:00 PM / SUN 4 MAR
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7:00 PM / SUN 4 MAR
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6:15 PM / FRI 9 MAR
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8:00 PM / FRI 9 MAR
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Group B

TIME/DATE:
5:00 PM / SAT 24 FEB
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7:00 PM / SAT 24 FEB
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5:00 PM / SAT 3 MAR
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7:00 PM / WED 7 MAR
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5:00 PM / SAT 10 MAR
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7:00 PM / SAT 10 MAR
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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

Football West Bankwest Girls Day Out 2018

April 05, 2018 By: Penny Category: Football West

Football West Girls Day Out 2018

Football West Girls Day Out 2018

Football West News

With more than 150 girls participating in the 2017 Girls Day Out, the annual event is on track to be even bigger this year when it takes place at UWA Sports Park on Sunday, March 4.

The FREE event, which runs as part of Female Football Week, promotes female football pathways to girls aged 5-16 and encourages them to participate in the game.

The Girls Day Out kicks off at 8:45am and finishes at 11am, with gate registrations opening at 8am.

During the event, participants can meet Perth Glory Women players and enjoy fun on-field football activities with drinks and fruit provided.

A FREE ALDI MiniRoos Certificate grassroots coaching course will also be held on the day. The course provides an introduction into organising fun football exercises.

On the back of the success of the 2017 Girls Day Out, Football West will also be running a Regional Girls Day Out in Northam (97km northeast of Perth) during Female Football Week.

This event will run in a similar format to the metropolitan Girls Day Out and will take place at Northam Recreation Centre on Saturday, March 10 from 8:45am to 11:00am.

 Click here to register for the Girls Day Out in Perth. Places are limited.

Click here to register for the Regional Girls Day Out in Northam.

Click here to register for the ALDI MiniRoos Certificate.

For more details on the Girls Day Out events, please contact Natasha.Rigby@footballwest.com.au.

Female Football Week National Community Awards 2018

April 05, 2018 By: Penny Category: Football West

Football West would like your input in the rebel Female Football Week National Community Awards nomination process, so we invite you to nominate someone for each of the award categories.
The rebel Female Football Week National Community Awards 2018acknowledge the important role women play in developing football in Australia. Each Member Federation has the opportunity to nominate a Female Player of the Year, Female Coach of the Year, Female Administrator of the Year, Female Referee of the Year and a Male Champion of the Year.

A panel including members from Football Federation Australia and supporting partners will review the nominations from each state and determine the award winners. There will be one winner per category and each will receive a prize.

The award winners will be announced during rebel Female Football Week, which runs from March 4 to 10, 2018.

Nomination Link: http://footballwest.com.au/rebel-female-football-week-nati…/

Annie Leyland
Football West | Development Officer

What is rebel Female Football Week?

rebel Female Football Week (FFW) was originally established by Football Member Federations in 2014 with the aim to shine the spotlight on girl’s and women in football and grow female participation at the grassroots level

rebel FFW has evolved into a nationwide initiative whereby all stakeholders, both grassroots and professional, work towards making the game a more inclusive sport for females

rebel FFW provides football stakeholders with a platform to spark discussions around gender equality and to amplify new and existing female specific programs and events to ensure we remove the barriers to entry for women and girls

Females make up 50% of the population, it is footballs long term vision to have this gender split reflected in our sport at all areas of the game. rebel FFW presents an opportunity for football to review current practices and ensure they are designed to increase and retain female players, administrators, coaches, referees and fans

Lastly, rebel FFW provides football with an opportunity to recognise the amazing achievements of women and girls in football. Additionally, women’s football has grown from strength to strength over the years, it’s the perfect time to celebrate the fantastic progress that’s been made in this space

For more information on rebel Female Football Week and its’ ambassadors click here

https://www.playfootball.com.au/sites/play/files/2018-02/rebel_Female%20Football%20Week_2018.pdf

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?

Coach Mentor Programme 2018

April 05, 2018 By: Penny Category: Coaching, Football West

Football West News

Football West Coach mentor programme

Registrations are now open for the 2018 Female Coaches Mentor Program which partners inexperienced female coaches with experienced mentors.

The program provides a supportive environment for potential female coaches to develop their abilities and aims to increase the number of female coaches in WA by encouraging new coaches to stay in the game and existing coaches to share their experience with others.

The program will incorporate workshops focused on goal-setting and relationship building and mentors will meet with their mentees throughout the year to discuss coaching methods and personal goals.

Football West encourages female coaches from all levels of the game to get involved in this exciting project.

If you are interested in becoming a mentor or mentee, please fill out the relevant form below. Nominations close Friday, February 16, 2018.

Click here to complete a Mentor Application Form

Click here to complete a Mentee Application Form

If you have any questions about the program, please do not hesitate to contact Football West Development Officer Natasha Rigby: natasha.rigby@footballwest.com.au.

Female C Licence Coaching Course 2018

April 05, 2018 By: Penny Category: Coaching, Football West

FEMALE COACHING COURSE

Women’s only C-license course, funded by Football West and kicking off inJanuary. I have attached the registration links for both part 1 & 2 of the course which will run back to back. You will need to register for both of these. There will be a charge of $50 per part of the course if you register and then do not attend the course. Registration for the course will close on Wednesday 9th of January 2018 so please ensure you register before this deadline to secure your place, course details are located below:

Venue: Coker Park, Wharf Street, Cannington
Dates: Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5:30pm to 10pm (January21, 23, 29, 31 and February 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21)

Part 1
https://education-ffa.sportingpulse.com/Entry/…
Part 2
https://education-ffa.sportingpulse.com/Entry/…

If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact Tash Rigby.

Football West |

Football West Women’s Premier League Best & Fairest Votes First Team 2017

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Football West, Trophy winners

http://footballwest.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Womens-State-League-Premier.pdf

Name Club Total Katarina Jukic Queens Park 21 Ellie La Monte Balcatta 20 Abbey Meakins NTC Women 20 Christiane Astorp Balcatta 15 Epril Nossent Bassendean 15 Tia Stonehill Queens Park 12 Demi Vance Northern Redbacks 11 Jessica Valenti Beckenham Angels 10 Casey Soffe Bassendean 9 Bethany Worth Beckenham Angels 9 Stephanie Simmonds East Fremantle 9 Megan Miller Northern Redbacks 9 Natasha Rigby Queens Park 9 Renee Leota Northern Redbacks 8 Rebecca Di Carlo Queens Park 8 Gabrielle Dal Busco Balcatta 7 Emma Gautrey East Fremantle 7 Mikayla Lyons East Fremantle 7 Kim Carroll Northern Redbacks 7 Courtney Owen Queens Park 7 Chelsie Winchcombe Balcatta 6 Audrey Moore Beckenham Angels 6 Eleanor Blackmore Northern Redbacks 6 Carla Bennett Northern Redbacks 6 Heather Bishop Bassendean 5 Kelly Jarden Bassendean 5 Rachel Withoos East Fremantle 5 Piper Boobyer Northern Redbacks 5 Liana Cook NTC Women 5 Georgia Ireland NTC Women 5 Nicole Campbell Queens Park 5 Sadie Lawrence Queens Park 5 Jessica Lindquist Beckenham Angels 4 Laura St Ruth Beckenham Angels 4 Jessica Wheatman Northern Redbacks 4 Larissa Walsh Northern Redbacks 4 Elisa D’Ovidio Northern Redbacks 4 Alexia Moreno NTC Women 4 Leticia McKenna NTC Women 4 Jamie-Lee Gale Queens Park 4 Ashleigh Panaia Balcatta 3 Nadia Harvey Balcatta 3 Lindsay Roe Bassendean 3 Peta Hayward Bassendean 3 Tiana Botha Beckenham Angels 3 Alexandra Foster East Fremantle 3 Aija Bent-Trinder East Fremantle 3 Zoe Andrijich East Fremantle 3 Kate Thayer East Fremantle 3 Lauren Riley Northern Redbacks 3 Shannon May Queens Park 3 Katie Schubert Queens Park 3 Ashlee Byrne Bassendean 2 Jaqueline McLernon East Fremantle 2 Shawn Billam Northern Redbacks 2 Lauren Blizzard Northern Redbacks 2 Rosie LeHene NTC Women 2 Angelique Stannett Queens Park 2 Brittany Woodfin Queens Park 2 Courtney Vierra Balcatta 1 Monique Godding Balcatta 1 Tyra Fynn Balcatta 1 Laura Waltman East Fremantle 1 Chelsea Johnstone East Fremantle 1 Kelsey Lyons East Fremantle 1 Stefani Grdjan East Fremantle 1 Evie Marchetti East Fremantle 1 Astler Mulu Northern Redbacks 1 Izzy Foletta NTC Women 1 Georgia Conley NTC Women 1 Rebecca Bennett Queens Park 1

South West Phoenix join the Women’s Competition in Perth in 2018

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Football West

 

**EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST ~ FIREBIRDS 2018 ~

I am pleased to announce that The South West Phoenix Firebirds will be relaunched in 2018, playing in Perths State League First Division.

With Stephen Suttie as head coach , and myself assisting , we are excited to expose talented girls from the South West region in Perth and aim to lead them on the path to NTC , Perth Glory or beyond.

With Stephen’s experience coaching at Junior NPL and my passion for mentoring youth , we are looking forward to developing, assisting and creating a solid platform and pathway for the future.

Please contact me , either by email n_spinelli@hotmail.com or by PM, if you are interested in joining us 😁

Please provide your name, date of birth , and preferred position, BY FRIDAY 1st December 2017.

An information night will be held in Bunbury and Busselton if reasonable interest is expressed, providing further information .

Yours in soccer ,
Nicole ” Spinna ” Suttie

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.

From the Women’s Standing Committee 2017

April 04, 2018 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Football West

Dear club representative,

Following the completion of the 2017 season, the Football West Women’s Standing Committee would like to extend an invite to two members of your club at the forthcoming Women’s Football Forum.

The forum will take place on Wednesday, October 25 at Comfort Inn & Suites Goodearth Hotel Perth.

Changes to the 2018 season and beyond will be presented and discussions will be held as to the future of the women’s game in WA.

Event Details:

Women’s Football Forum

Wednesday, October 25
Comfort Inn & Suites Goodearth Hotel – Function Room
195 Adelaide Terrace, Perth

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

This is an invite-only event and limited to a maximum of two representatives per club. Please make sure you rsvp your attendance at this event to myself (mintox@gmail.com).

Kind regards
Conrad McKelvie
Women’s Standing Committee | Chairperson