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Night Series Highlights 2017

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Night Series

2017 Football West Women’s Night Series Final Highlights

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QUEENS PARK CLINCH WOMEN’S NIGHT SERIES FINAL

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Night Series

FOOTBALL WEST MEDIA RELEASE
Queens Park have emerged victors of the Consolidated Energy Women’s Night Series final with a 1-1 (3-4) win over NTC on Friday night.
Both teams went into the game undefeated and were forced into a penalty shootout after finishing regular time with one goal apiece.
It was Queens Park who proved to be the more composed team, converting all penalties into scores, while NTC were unable to match the effort.
Winning coach Ben Anderton reinforced how proud he was of his team’s efforts in the lead up to the game after losing a match in similar fashion last year.
“We did practice during the week a little bit of penalties because we knew there was a possibility it could come up against a good team, but it was good after a heartbreak last year with a penalty shootout to step up and be composed,” he said.
The game proved to be one well worthy of a final, with both teams fighting out the first half with full intensity.
Queens Park’s Tia Stonehill looked dangerous with her speed on the right wing, while NTC’s Liana Cook was a spearhead in her team’s attacking ranks.
Stonehill assisted in a number of created chances in the first half, while Cook managed to hit the crossbar with one attempt and looked threatening on several occasions after that.
Both teams went into the half-time break at nil-all, but Stonehill charged through the NTC defence to put Queens Park ahead by a goal only 20 seconds into the second half.
Substitutions were made by each playing group midway through the term, and the extra run allowed Cook to collect a parried ball from the opposing goalkeeper for an easy conversion with 15 minutes left in the game.
With scores locked at one goal each at full-time, the teams went to penalties.
NTC began proceedings, with both teams converting their first shots. Queens Park goalkeeper Maya Diederichsen stuck to the middle of the goal for the second shot by her opposing team, which she saved.
NTC’s third shot sailed over the crossbar, and Queens Park were able to convert their fourth attempt to seal the win.
NTC coach Jessine Bonzas said she was extremely proud of her team and that despite the loss, the effort puts them in good stead for the upcoming season.
“They’re all a little bit gutted and they’re all going to feel it, but I’m extremely proud of them for playing this well,” she said.
“They stuck with each other tonight, it was a great team atmosphere.
“We’re looking forward to the NTC challenge in July, the program just gets stronger, and it’s just a great opportunity for these girls.”
The Bankwest Women’s State League season commences on April 23.

FW NTC Women 1 (Cook 75min)

Queens Park SC 1 (Stonehill 46min)

Friday, April 8 2017

Coker Park

Kick-off: 7:30pm

Referee: Mike Tolmie

Assistant Referees: Godfrey Maniam, Matthew Pomeroy

Fourth Official: Wayne Henley

 

FW NTC Women – 1. Morgan AQUINO, (2. Alyssa VAN HEURCK 69’), 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 28’), 12. Leticia MCKENNA, 13. Tessa DE LEO, 14. Gergia CAWLEY, 15. Ashling DEVITT, 17. Jenna ONIONS

Yellow cards: Nil

Red Cards: Nil

 

Queens Park SC – 1. Maya DIEDERICHSEN, 2. Angelique STANNETT, 3. Bec DICARLO, 4. Natasha RIGBY, 5. Courtney OWEN, 7. Brittany WOODFIN, 8. Sadie LAWRENCE, 9. Tia STONEHILL, 10. Nicole CAMPBELL, 11. Bec BENNETT, (14. Stacey LEARMONT 69’), (20. Jamie DUNCANSON 62’), 21. Katie SCHUBERT, 23. Katarina JUKIC, 28. Julia KAGIANNIS

Yellow cards: Nil

Red cards: Nil

ENDS

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Night Series Grand Final 2017

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Night Series

Consolidated Energy Women’s Night Series Final

(Football West will be attending the final for match reporting and recording it for a highlights package to share on social media)

The Consolidated Energy Women’s Night Series Final kicks off on Friday night with a battle of the undefeated, as Queens Park take on NTC at Coker Park.

In a competitive group phase, Queens Park topped Group C and drew their final game against Balcatta to send them into a semi-final against last season’s double winners, Northern Redbacks.

Queens Park prevailed 4-0, with goals from Tia Stonehill, Rebecca DiCarlo, Sadie Lawrence and Rebecca Bennett.

Midfielder Nicole Campbell said the semi-final was a good win for the girls.

“Obviously we are very happy with the win against the Redbacks, we love playing them,” she said.

“They have incredible talent in their team and it’s always an enjoyable game.”

Campbell said coach Ben Anderton has included new players who have added quality to the side and they are looking forward to strong competition from the NTC.

“NTC always play quality football – this comes from the good coaching they get,” she said.

“I worked with Jessine (Bonzas) last season and she is an amazing coach. It will be an interesting game with both teams undefeated and of course NTC have some great young talent.

“We love playing teams who have good structure and can move the ball around. We have had a quality pre-season and I feel we are coming together well as a team and in patches have played some incredible football.

“I think it will be a showcase of what’s to come in the league with some fast-paced, exciting women’s football.”

The NTC side finished runners-up in Group A, setting up a semi-final clash with Beckenham Angels.

Lexie Moreno scored two cracking goals and Tessa De Leo scored another to give NTC a 3-0 win to reach Friday’s final.

Coach Jessine Bonzas said it was a convincing performance.

“It was a hard fought semi-final, it started with great intensity from both teams and Beckenham could have grabbed an early goal,” she said.

“Beckenham continued to test us and will definitely do well throughout the season.”

It’s a new-look NTC side this season, and Bonzas believes the team are gelling well together.

“A proportion of our team are new players this season and we welcome them as they play their first season for NTC or their first season in this age group,” she said.

“We also have a number of experienced players returning. The majority of our squad is aged between 15 and 17 years and are very dedicated, hardworking, passionate and professional young footballers pursing their dreams.”

Bonzas said they are relishing the challenge against a strong Queens Park side.

“Grand finals are always exciting and both teams should be proud of their achievement in qualifying for it,” she said.

“We wish Queens Park the best of luck for the game and know it will be a good contest.

“We go in as underdogs but I have no doubt the NTC players will give their best efforts, learn a lot from the occasion and develop as a result and that’s why the program exists, as it gives opportunities to our youth players.”

The match kicks off on Friday at 7:30pm at Coker Park in Cannington.
FIXTURE:

Friday, April 7 – 7:30pm

NTC v Queens Park (Coker Park, Cannington)

ENDS

Melissa Melbourne

Football West

Football West Night Series Semi Finals results

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Night Series

Queens Park 4 Redbacks 0
NTC 3 Beckenham 0

Grand final next week is between Queens Park and NTC

Women’s Night Series Final

May 24, 2017 By: Penny Category: Competitions, Night Series

The Women’s Night Series final kicks off on Friday at 7:30pm.

Football West News

The Consolidated Energy Women’s Night Series final kicks off on Friday night with a battle of the undefeated, as Queens Park take on NTC at Coker Park.

In a competitive group phase, Queens Park topped Group C and drew their final game against Balcatta to send them into a semi-final against last season’s double winners, Northern Redbacks. Queens Park prevailed 4-0, with goals from Tia Stonehill, Bec DiCarlo, Sadie Lawrence and Bec Bennett.

Midfielder Nicole Campbell said the semi-final was a good win for the girls.

“Obviously we are very happy with the win against the Redbacks, we love playing them,” she said.

“They have incredible talent in their team and it’s always an enjoyable game.”

Campbell said coach Ben Anderton has included new players who have added quality to the side and they are looking forward to strong competition from the NTC.

“NTC always play quality football – this comes from the good coaching they get,” she said.

“I worked with Jessine (Bonzas) last season and she is an amazing coach. It will be an interesting game with both teams undefeated and of course NTC have some great young talent.

“We love playing teams who have good structure and can move the ball around. We have had a quality pre-season and I feel we are coming together well as a team and in patches have played some incredible football.

“I think it will be a showcase of what’s to come in the league with some fast-paced, exciting women’s football.”

The NTC side finished runners-up in Group A, setting up a semi-final clash with Beckenham Angels.

Lexie Moreno scored two cracking goals and Tessa De Leo scored another to give NTC a 3-0 win to reach Friday’s final.

Coach Jessine Bonzas said it was a convincing performance.

“It was a hard fought semi-final, it started with great intensity from both teams and Beckenham could have grabbed an early goal,” she said.

“Beckenham continued to test us and will definitely do well throughout the season.”

It’s a new-look NTC side this season, and Bonzas believes the team are gelling well together.

“A proportion of our team are new players this season and we welcome them as they play their first season for NTC or their first season in this age group,” she said.

“We also have a number of experienced players returning. The majority of our squad is aged between 15 and 17 years and are very dedicated, hardworking, passionate and professional young footballers pursing their dreams.”

Bonzas said they are relishing the challenge against a strong Queens Park side.

“Grand finals are always exciting and both teams should be proud of their achievement in qualifying for it,” she said.

“We wish Queens Park the best of luck for the game and know it will be a good contest.

“We go in as underdogs but I have no doubt the NTC players will give their best efforts, learn a lot from the occasion and develop as a result and that’s why the program exists, as it gives opportunities to our youth players.”

The match kicks off on Friday at 7:30pm at Coker Park in Cannington.

Football West Night Series 2017 changes

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

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Melville Times Newspaper article on Night Series

April 01, 2016 By: Penny Category: Night Series

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VIDEO: Women’s Night Series Highlights

April 01, 2016 By: Penny Category: Night Series

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Check out all the action and drama from the Women’s Premier Division and Division One Night Series finals.


Football West News

 

 

Premier Division Night Series Grand Final 2016

April 01, 2016 By: Penny Category: Night Series

Photos: Vince Caratozzolo/www.fotoenzo

Ylias goal earns Queens Park cup

Monday, March 21, 2016

Former Melville City midfielder Emma Ylias came back to haunt her former club by scoring the only goal as Queens Park won the Women’s Premier Night Series Final 1-0 at Coker Park last night.


Report by Peter Simcox

In front of a big crowd, which included former Socceroos coach Frank Arok, the home side took the lead early but both sides had chances in an entertaining game.

Queens Park coach Ben Anderton said the team’s hard work in the pre-season had paid off.

“I thought we deserved the win,” he said. “They pressed us late but I thought we did enough to win it.

“The two sisters at the back for us were outstanding tonight, Stacey (Learmont) and Brittany (Woodfin) play so well together. And Stacey, well what can I say, I can play her anywhere on the park and she will be good.”

“We’ve worked hard in pre-season, and we have a few new faces in the squad, and tonight I thought Ylias was good, also Jessica (Darmargo), she has been great throughout this tournament and it bodes well for the up-coming season.”

Ylias, who joined Queens Park this season, said she came to the club to win titles.

“It was a great contest and playing against my old club, who play a fast type of game, made it challenging but we’re happy we came out on top,” she said.

“I’ve never won a trophy with a club outdoors, so it’s extra special for me, and that’s why I came to the club. It’s a good start but there is a long season ahead.”

It was a perfect start for Queens Park and they were ahead after only four minutes. Brooke Johnston played the ball out to Darmargo on the right and her deep cross picked out the unmarked Ylias at the back post, who headed home from close-range.

Despite conceding the early goal Melville hit back and on a sweeping counter attack Lucy Jerram raced forward and slid the ball into the path of  Holly Dangen, whose shot on the run flashed just wide of a post.

Both sides had late chances as the game opened up. Johnston headed wide from Nikki Campbell’s corner for Queens Park, before Melville’s Holly Dangen raced in on goal, but a superb last ditch tackle from Stacey Learmont cleared the danger

Melville and Perth Glory keeper Evie Gooch saved well from Johnston early in the second half before Darmargo’s first-time shot deflected over the bar.

It was still anyone’s game and Melville pressed late looking for the equaliser but with Brittany Woodfin and Learmont outstanding at the heart of the Queens Park defence they couldn’t find a way through.

Queens Park defender Stacey Learmont was named Player of the Match.

Women’s Premier Division Night Series Final
Queens Park SC 1 (Ylias 4 mins)
Melville City 0
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Venue:
Coker Park, Cannington
Referee: Mark Williams

Queens Park: GK Danelle CORNISH, RGK Loren MAHONEY, 3 Rebecca DICARLO, 4 Natasha RIGBY, 7 Brittany WOODFIN, 8 Stacey LEARMONT, 9 Brooke JOHNSTON, 10 Nikki CAMPBELL, 11 Sadie LAWRENCE, 13 Georgie KENT, 15 Jessica DARMARGO, 17 Tiana BOTHA, 19 Noi PUKKAEW, 21 Emma YLIAS, 22 Jaumee GIBBONS, 25 Jannay KOHLER
Yellow cards: Nil

Melville City: GK Evie GOOCH, RGK Candice CROCKETT, 2 Shannon TURNER, 3 Taya COGHLAN, 4 Tia STONEHILL, 6 Savannah AHEARN, 9 Jenny HOLMES, 12 Lucy JERRAM, 15 Laura WALTMAN, 18 Manon GEBAUER, 19 Jaime DUNCANSON, 20 Isabelle BRIDGER, 34 Mikayla LYONS, 37 Holly DANGEN, 39 Zoe YAO
Yellow cards: Nil

 footballwest.com.au

First Division Night Series Grand Final Match Report 2016

April 01, 2016 By: Penny Category: Night Series

Photo: Vince Caratozzolo (www.fotoenzo.com)

Stirling stun Roos in Night Series final

Monday, March 21, 2016

Stirling Panthers clawed back from a 2-0 deficit at half-time to win the Women’s State League Division One Night Series final 4-2 on penalties at Coker Park on Sunday night.


Report by Kelechi Osunwa

Wanneroo City had made the most of a clinical first half as they raced to a 2-0 lead courtesy of a fine curling finish from Teal Bennett and a deft glance from Tahlia Murfitt.

Photos: Vince Caratozzolo (www.fotoenzo.com)

Stirling had always looked threating with their pace through Lauren Continibali, who crashed a fine effort off an upright, but found Wanneroo custodian Holly Cavalli in fine form in the first half as she pulled a series of clutch saves.
It was not until an inspired second half did the Panthers manage to breach the resolute Roos defence.

Panthers coach Frank Di Costa was pleased with the resolute character of his young side, many of whom were experiencing their first taste of the division through the Night Series, and put the second half showing down to patience.

“I thought we were always in the game to be honest,” Di Costa said.

“I thought the goals would come we just couldn’t afford to push the panic button.

“I thought we were controlling the game and sort of missing some chances. Yeah we gave away some soft goals but the character of the team has been really strong.”

No individual showed more desire and tenacity than captain Danielle Monastra who broke a number of Wanneroo attacks in a frantic second half.

Stirling were given a lifeline 15 minutes into the second half when Sophie Podmore breached the Roos’ off-side trap and raced away to slot past an exposed Cavalli.

The goal seemed to spur both teams as Stirling looked for an equaliser while Wanneroo played on the counter as they searched for a third goal.

With 12 minutes to play Stirling found an equaliser. Continibali had breached the offside trap again but a smothering defence failed to clear her initial attempt and Clara Lay followed up to expertly lob Cavalli and equalise.

With the match drawing close to full time both teams spurned great chances to win the game at the death.

Caitlin Vallelonga raced through on goal but once Cavalli stood her ground well and Sheridyn Graham had a chance to win it at the death but her effort trickled narrowly wide.

The match went straight to penalties and with Stirling leading 4-2 following successful conversions from Lay, Lara Ameduri, Continibali and Monastra, Wanneroo’s Karen Wodzianski needed to score to give the Roos a chance but saw her effort over the crossbar.

Coach Di Costa hoped the Night series win would give his girls some invaluable experience in their first season in the state league.

“It’s our first season in the state league following promotion from metro div one last year and I don’t think many people would have seen (this) coming,” he said.

“I think it’s a great opportunity for us to put this as a stake in the ground and proves that we can compete with the best teams.”

Wanneroo City 2 (Bennett 8min, Murfitt 29)
Stirling Panthers 2 (Podmore 60min, Lay 78)

(Stirling won 4-2 on penalties)
Coker Park, Cannington
Kick-off: 5pm
Referee: Mark Williams

Stirling Panthers: 1. Zoe GEORGE, 2. Lara AMEDURI, 14. Emily BRAMICH, 4. Lauren CONTINIBALI, 9. Clara LAY, 15. Danielle MONASTRA, 3. Rebecca SALSANO, 7. Monique NICOLAOU, 5. Tahlia PINTAUDI, 8. Elena PELLETIER, 19. Sophie NEAL, 11. Caitlin VALLELONGA, 12. Sophie PODMORE, 10. Piper BOOBYER, 16. Chelsea RUSSELL, 13. Kora-Jay COOPER, 6. Teagan MCNEIL
Yellow cards: nil
Red cards: nil

Wanneroo City: 1. Holly CAVALLI, 2. Tahlia MURFITT, 3. Emily CHANG, 5. Kayla HOGG, 12. Heather BISHOP, 16. Jacqui KANE, 18. Faye CHAMBERS, 19. Dorte MACGILLIVRAY, 9. Sheridyn GRAHAM, 10. Michelle OVEINIKOVAS, 17. Samantha DASILVA, 7. Grace BETTI, 14. Casey SOFFE, 11. Teal BENNETT, 15. Emily ROACH, 8. Alex ROBINSON, 4. Suzan TONG, 6. Karen WODZIANSKI, 99. Nicole WRIGHT, 21. Liberty WARREN.
Yellow cards: Nil
Red cards: nil