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Life Member Nominations to FBW

November 30, 2011 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard


Nominations due to Football West by this Friday December 2, 2011.

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November 30, 2011 By: Penny Category: Women's Standing Committee


The World Football Programme Special

November 25, 2011 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media


The World Football Programme Saturday 19112011

November 18, 2011 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media


Beckenham Angels looking for Coaches

November 18, 2011 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Beckenham Angels Soccer Club

Expressions of interest are sort for a Premier Reserve Women’s and Under 17’s Girls Coach to join our popular and progressive club.
Beckenham Angels Soccer Club is looking to continue on from its success in the 2011 season and is in the search for coaches who want to help our players improve and achieve success both on and of the field.
We have a great coaching environment with a supportive and very active committee, senior coach, director of coaching and a very dedicated playing group who offer the opportunity to improve your coaching education and will help with accredited coaching courses.

Please forward all enquires to the President Mr. Kelsey Ferguson at or phone 0439 979 987

The World Football Programme 107.9fm radio

November 11, 2011 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media


State League Division One Offer to clubs

November 07, 2011 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions


Glory women defeat Adelaide 2-1

November 05, 2011 By: Penny Category: W League

If you blinked you would have missed all the goals which were in the first half. Former Glory player and now Beckenham Angels striker, Danni Calautti starts her 2011 W League campaign with a cracking game that naturally complimented New Zealand striker Emma Kete. New Glory keeper and Young Matilda McKenzie Arnold stood out with height, judgement beyond her 17 years and sure hands.

Football West Match Report


Perth Glory Women’s first home match of the season has been a memorable one, defeating Adelaide United 2-1 at nib Stadium in their National Breast Cancer Foundation fundraiser.

The match began with plenty of drama, with Adelaide’s Racheal Quigley silencing the home crowd with her stunning overhead strike in just the second minute before a goalmouth scramble saw defender Erika Elze equalise in the sixth minute.

Carys Hawkins missed her first Perth Glory game in Westfield W-League history as coach Jamie Harnwell made several changes to the team that lost 3-2 against Canberra United last weekend.

The introduction of Young Matildas star Elze was a welcome one as the starlet pushed forward at every opportunity and was defensively sound to cancel out any Adelaide threats once the early dust had settled.

After grabbing the equaliser, Perth looked to control possession and star signing Emma Kete nearly gave the Glory the lead after hitting Shannon May’s inch-perfect cross first time, but her effort was just wide of the target.

Marianna Tabain was lively down on the flanks and her teasing cross was almost met by Katie Holtham, but the Lady Reds were able to clear as the home side continued to press for another goal.

That lead finally did come after the lively Kete’s deflected cross found Katarina Jukic, who took a touch and slotted past Adelaide goalkeeper Kristi Harvey to send the home fans into raptures.

Early in the second stanza saw the combination of Jukic and Kete continue to trouble the United defence and if it wasn’t for the quick reaction of Harvey, the Glory could have been 3-1 up as Kete was through on goal.

Mackenzie Arnold was again outstanding between the sticks for Perth, having little to do all match, but when she did she was full of confidence to cut out any danger.

There was four minutes of time added on in the second half, and despite both teams looking to add to their totals, the score stayed at 2-1 with Perth grabbing a deserved victory in front of their home fans.

Kete was named the Westfield Player of the Match and she was thrilled with the team’s first win of the season.

“It’s a really good feeling and I’m glad the girls have got the win,” said Kete.

“They’ve (the team) been working really hard for it so it’s good to be rewarded for it.

“I actually got cramped as I came out of the tunnel for the second half, but I’m getting there (match fitness).”

Perth Glory will now enjoy next weekend off before taking on reigning champions Brisbane Roar at Inglewood’s 6PR Stadium on November 19 with kickoff at 4pm.


Perth Glory 2 (Erika ELZE 6’, Katarina JUKIC 37’)
Adelaide United 1 (Racheal QUIGLEY 2’)
Kickoff: 12pm
nib Stadium, Perth

Perth Glory: 1. Mackenzie ARNOLD (gk), 4. Erika ELZE, 5. Shannon MAY (10. Jaymee GIBBONS 69’), 6. Katarina JUKIC (7. Sadie LAWRENCE 77’), 8. Tanya OXTOBY (c), 9. Katie HOLTHAM, 11. Ella MASTRANTONIO, 12. Danielle CALAUTTI, 13. Elisa D’OVIDIO, 17. Marianna TABAIN, 18. Emma KETE (15 Lara FILOCAMO 86’)

Substitutes not used: 20. Kristy TESCHINSKY (gk)

Yellow cards: Danielle CALAUTTI 50’, Elisa D’OVIDIO 53’, Katie HOLTHAM 75’

Adelaide United: 20. Kristi HARVEY (gk), 2. Ruth WALLACE, 3. Anna GREEN, 5. Abby ERCEG (c), 7. Racheal QUIGLEY, 8. Leanne SLATER (12. Greta FRENCH-KENNEDY 74’), 9. Marijana RAJCIC, 11. Ashleigh GUNNING (4. Daniela DI BARTOLO 63’), 14. Donna COCKAYNE, 18. Georgia MACRI (13. Vanessa REED 82’), 19. Nenita BURGESS

Substitutes not used: 1. Sian MCLAREN (gk)

Yellow cards: Ashleigh GUNNING 31’, Ruth WALLACE 60’, Racheal QUIGLEY 82’

New WA Women’s State League Division One

November 05, 2011 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Letters should reach clubs this coming week from Football West in reply to Expressions of Interest for the League.

The new League will not affect any of the existing junior competitions unless a club decides to lift players or teams teams from that competition to fulfill its State League ambition.

For example any club with 17s girls teams may use players and whole teams from that junior competition, if they qualify by age and ability, as their Reserve team to the State League Division One team.

It is solely at the club’s discretion (and thoroughly encouraged for their development) if these junior players are able to compete in the new competition.

Once the club makes the commitment to the new State League, Football West will expect the club to give priority to filling this fixture first. For example if the club has another team in the metro competition, it would expect to forfeit players in that fixture in order to fulfill the State League fixture.  This is because the State League fixture will be promoted by Football West as the premier women’s competition on various mediums and profiled to the public.

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Perth Glory Women at NIB Stadium

November 04, 2011 By: Penny Category: W League

Perth Glory play at 12noon Saturday 5th November at NIB Stadium. No the guys will not be playing at home. They are away to third placed Newcastle (Glory are second on the table to you know who). Catch our WA women under Coach and Glory legend Jamie Harnwell. The game is televised on ABC. The girls arrived back to Perth from Canberra later than expected due to the Qantas lock out. All is back to normal so plan your Christmas as you expected!