Football West anounce joint Women’s and Mens State League awards night Saturday October 15, 2011 at Burswood.
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HPC trials in October
Football West News
Football West’s successful High Performance Centre will be staging trials for 2011/12 in early October.
Please note the trials have been brought forward to avoid a clash with the Bunbury Cup.
The below ages will be trialing:
Boys 9 (Born 2003), 10 (Born 2002), 11 (Born 2001), 12 (Born 2000), 13 (Born 1999)
Girls 11 (Born 2001), 12 (Born 2000), 13 (Born 1999), 14 (Born 1998)
Boys Trials: Gibbney Reserve, Ferguson St, Maylands
Girls Trials: Celebration Park, Rochester Circle, Balga
Dates: Tuesday 11 October / Wednesday 12 October
All players to wear training kit, boots, shin pads and bring 2 bottles of water.
Please note that all players and parents will be notified at the end of the trial if they have been selected or not.
Click here to download the Expression of Interest form:
This document has been compiled with the input of the Womens Standing Committee and clubs over several years. We feel it is the right time to encourage Football West to restructure the women’s competition based on growth and development of our game. Your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org is appreciated before September 6, 2011. This will enable the WSC to meet and formalise a final document to present to Football West for endorsement and to allow changes to be incorporated for the 2012 season. The WSC members and representatives will be talking with clubs during this time.
The WSC is meeting this Monday with the following items on the agenda:
Development Trust update
Sustainability of current premier reserve league
inclusion of country teams- viability
possibility of grading to place teams to stop midseason withdrawal/displacement- top four cup, preseason grading
racial abuse and club management
presentation night- Premier Leagues men and women together for this year (formal black tie affair, compulsory?) and separate for lower divisions at a social venue
NTC viability, effect, success
The agenda is compiled with feedback from the clubs and WSC reps. Please note that it is not the WSC’s job to discuss and decide on operational issues such as team’s forfeiting, players playing out of leagues etc relating to application of rules. That is FBW’s job! The WSC discuss strategic concerns that are of wider perspective to the entire women’s football community and make recommendations to FBW. However if the reasons for those operational concerns keep occuring then perhaps we are able to look at the reasons behind that, that will benefit the entire women’s footballing community.
Your feedback is welcome to any of:
Your WSC representatives:
Penny TannerHoath (Chair) 0408 921 832
Leo Coppens (Vice) email@example.com
Steve Ireland (Perth Hills) firstname.lastname@example.org
Darren Taylor (Brooklands) email@example.com
Christine Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org
Lee Waterman (Quinns) email@example.com
Deb Farrell (South West) firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Hodgson (Redbacks)
Conrad McKelvie (UWA)
Jess Bonzas/Nicola Williams (NTC)
Tanya Oxtoby (FBW)
The minutes will go up on www.womensoccer.com.au within a week or so of the meeting and an email will go to your club letting you know they are up.
2011 women’s presentation awards will be a different format this year. Stay tuned to www.footballwest.com.au and this space.
WA Hall of Fame Night has been postponed due to clash with Perth Glory fixture in November. Date to be advised.