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Beckenham Angels Club awards 2012

October 25, 2012 By: Penny Category: Trophy winners

Reserves
Coaches Award and Players Player Jess Ferguson
Runner up best and fairest Liz Holden

Fairest and best Annick Phan

Premiers

Players Player Lindsey Jobling

Fairest and best Kirby Larsen

Runner up fairest and best Dani Calautti

Coaches awards Andy Preito and Lindsey Jobling

Football West awards-

Goalkeeper of the year Kristy Tschinsky

Highest goalscorer Dani Calautti

Coach of the year Jason Washington-King

Melville City womens awards 2012

October 25, 2012 By: Penny Category: Trophy winners

First Division State League Reserves player awards:

Coaches’ Choice: Emily Hansen
Players Player: Annie Johnson
Best & Fairest: Annie Johnson
Most Improved Player: Rachael Hunter

Football West awards:

Top goalscorer reserves league Siobahn Mulligan

Player of the Year Penny Tanner

First Team awards:

Best and Fairest – Taylah Griffiths

Coaches Award – Jenny Holmes

Players Player – Evie Gooch

Football West awards

Coach of the Year State League Division One Jonny Gibson

Westfield W-League attracting international stars

October 25, 2012 By: Penny Category: W League

Tuesday, 23 October 2012 6:32 PM
Westfield W-League attracting international stars

Women’s football in Australia has already been given a boost for the new Westfield W-League season with the inclusion of newcomers Western Sydney Wanderers FC, but there are a number of players who have already proven themselves on the international stage that are helping to grow the sport’s profile in this country.

With Westfield Matildas and Football Ferns throughout the league – as well as German import Ariane Hingst at Canberra United and Japan’s Hoshimi Kishi at Brisbane Roar – will we continue to see even bigger names moving Down Under in the near future? And what effect will this overseas contingent have on the development of local talent?

Adelaide United showed on Saturday that they are keen to distance themselves from their poor showing last season, edging out Wanderers FC 4-3 in a round one thriller.

The Lady Reds are one of several clubs to have called upon stars with international experience, boasting three Ferns who were part of New Zealand’s 2012 London Olympic squad.

Sarah McLaughlin, Holly Patterson and skipper Abby Erceg all enjoyed an Olympic summer and have returned to add an international flavour to the league. But they aren’t the only overseas footballers plying their trade in Australia.

Ariane Hingst pulled on a green jersey for the reigning champions on Saturday, but the German stalwart is no stranger to Australian football, having played for Newcastle Jets in 2011/12.

The calibre of overseas players can only be seen as a good thing for the growth of the competition, but it does raise the question of whether it will affect the development of local youngsters seeking to gain experience in the nation’s premier women’s football league.

Perhaps an influx of international players will be something that needs to be addressed in the future, but for the moment the Westfield W-League is still a breeding ground for talented Australian youngsters, and every club is keen to see a new star break into their first team.

Due in some part to uncontrollable factors – with seven Westfield Matildas who competed in last year’s World Cup ruled out for the entire season with either lingering injuries or pregnancies – there has been a massive injection of youth throughout all eight teams.

And while international stars will always be welcome to raise the standard and profile of the competition, it’s good to know the local youngsters are currently reaping the benefits of this burgeoning football league.

footballaustralia.com.au

Glory girls start season with a bang

October 25, 2012 By: Penny Category: W League

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Perth Glory Women started the new Westfield W-League season with a 2-0 win over Melbourne Victory at Intiga Stadium today.


Football West Report by James Mooney

The Glory looked to make the most of the hometown advantage and sweltering conditions, as it reached 27 degrees by the 10.30am kick-off.

The Victorians came into the game with the wood over the Glory, who only managed to record two wins from their seven previous encounters.

The Glory took control of the game right from the whistle, however were unable to capitalise on their chances early on.

Elisa D’Ovidio pushed hard in the midfield along with captain Collette McCallum, however once getting in a position to score, the final touch let them down.

Victory attempted to play off the counter attack only to be halted by Liz Milne standing strong in the centre of defence.

Perth’s Marianna Tabain was causing all sorts of trouble for Victory’s backline, constantly running into space and sending in cross after cross.

The best chance of the half came from Tabain’s efforts as she crossed to McCallum, whose attempt fired into the side net.

Victory almost grabbed the lead late in the first half as Ashley Brown sent in a cross to Tiffany Eliadis, whose first time volley flew past the wrong side of the post.

More frustration for the Glory came in the second half as Carys Hawkins sent in a piercing cross from halfway onto Kate Gill, but she was unable to connect for the simple tap-in.

Finally the pressure became too much for Victory with 15 minutes to go, a solo run from Gill found her one-on-one with Davey and this time she didn’t miss her chance.

The game was all but over minutes later as Tabain’s hard work was rewarded with her 20-yard chip finding its way into the top right corner as the Glory locked the game up.

Coach Jamie Harnwell was pleased with the squad on the whole with a large part of the credit going to his defence.

“Last year we were under a lot of pressure and I though we needed a back four that we could build a platform on and with the girls we got this year we certainly got that,” said Harnwell.

Finishing second from bottom last season, Harnwell has come into this season with high expectations.

“You got to set your sights on the finals, that’s what you’re here for to play in big games and that’s what I said to the girls at the start of the season as we’ve got strong squad on paper.”

Glory’s next game will be this Saturday against Adelaide United at Intiga Stadium with kick-off at 3pm.

Perth Glory 2 (Kate Gill 75’, Marianna Tabain 88’)
Melbourne Victory 0

Sunday October 21
Intiga Stadium, Inglewood
Crowd: 513
Local kick-off time: 10.30am
Referee: Kirralee Gardener
Assistant referees: Marcus Watts, Nico Hoyle
Fourth Official: Renee Silvester

Perth Glory Women: 1. Carly TELFORD, 2. Sarah CARROLL (9. Rosie SUTTON 58’), 3. Carys HAWKINS, 4. Bronwyn STUDMAN, 5. Shannon MAY, 6. Sasha ANDREWS, 12. Kate GILL, 13. Elisa D’ OVIDIO (10.Jaymee GIBBONS 90’), 14. Collette MCCALLUM (c), 15. Liz MILNE, 17. Marianna TABAIN (19. Shawn BILLAM 90’).

Substitutes not used: 20. Zoe PALANDRI

Melbourne Victory Women: 1.GK Brianna DAVEY, 3.Maika RUYTER-HOOLEY, 4.Rebekah STOTT, 7. Stephanie CATLEY, 8. Ashley BROWN, 9.Tiffany ELIADIS (11. Caitlin FRIEND 65’), 13. Louisa BISBY (c) (19. Rachel ALONSO 76’), 14.Enza BARILLA, 15. Amy JACKSON, 17. Gulcan KOCA, 18. Cindy LAY (12. Jacqueline VOGT 81’).

Substitutes not used: 20. Cassandra DIMOVSKI

Perth Glory v Adelaide United W League

October 25, 2012 By: Penny Category: W League

FOOTBALLWEST MEDIA RELEASE
25 OCTOBER, 2012

PERTH AIMS TO STAY ON TOP OF THE TABLE

After starting the 2012/13 Westfield W-League in the best way possible, Perth Glory will be looking to make it back-to-back victories when the team comes up against Adelaide United this Saturday afternoon.

Last weekend saw the Glory defeat Melbourne Victory 2-0 thanks to second-half goals from Kate Gill and Marianna Tabain. This time around they will be looking for redemption after wooden spooners Adelaide United defeated Perth last season in what was the Lady Reds’ first victory in 35 attempts.

England goalkeeper and Chelsea Ladies captain Carly Telford was thrilled to keep a clean sheet last week against Melbourne and is hoping for more of the same this weekend.

“I’m really looking forward to it, the girls put a really good shift in on Sunday,” said Telford.

“I think we’re a bit of an unknown quantity to a lot of clubs and I think people might be shocked by the result but we’re a side where we’re going to be competitive this year and we set high standards for ourselves, so we’re going to be competing in this league.

“I think Adelaide on Saturday should be a good game for us and it was competitive last year, but I think we’ll be looking to pick up the three points and it’s important for us to pick up momentum into the harder games.”

Young gun Ella Mastrantonio has been included in the17-player squad after returning from a knee injury, along with defender Thia Eastman who is in contention to make her Westfield W-League debut.

Westfield Matilda Aivi Luik will have to wait at least another week to make her Perth Glory bow as she recovers from a hamstring injury.

Kick-off on Saturday will be 3pm.

Perth Glory Women v Adelaide United Women
Saturday 27 October, 2012
Intiga Stadium, Inglewood
Kick-off: 3.00pm

Admission
Adults: $10
Concession: $5
12 and Under: Free
Perth Glory A-League members: Free

Perth Glory squad: 1. Carly TELFORD (gk), 2. Sarah CARROLL, 3. Carys HAWKINS, 4. Bronwyn STUDMAN, 5. Shannon MAY, 6. Sasha ANDREWS, 8. Ella MASTRANTONIO, 9. Rosie SUTTON, 10. Jaymee GIBBONS, 12. Kate GILL, 13. Elisa D’OVIDIO, 14. Collette MCCALLUM (C), 15. Liz MILNE, 16. Thia EASTMAN, 17. Marianna TABAIN, 19. Shawn BILLAM, 20. Zoe PALANDRI (gk)

(Two to be omitted)

Ins: 8. Ella MASTRANTONIO (return from injury), 16. Thia EASTMAN (promoted).

Outs: None.

Unavailable: 7. Aivi LUIK – Hamstring – 1 week, 18. Kirri BOLTON – Hip – 2 weeks.

-ENDS-

Summer Football 2012/13

October 21, 2012 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Heres a list and contact details of all the summer football competitions I know of.

Football West Futsal

The Football West South Futsal League kicks off on Sunday 14 October, 2012 and will be held at Melville Recreation Centre, Melville.

For more information contact Eldon Abrahams via eldon.abrahams@footballwest.com.au or 0449 553 499.

The Football West North Futsal League kicks off on Sunday 14 October, 2012 and will be held at Lords Recreation Centre, Subiaco.

For more information, please contact Filippo Ostuni via filippo.ostuni@footballwest.com.au or 0449 616 034.

Area 5 football

Thursday night mixed football- more registrations welcome

144 Gregory Street Wembley

Phone 0422965322 – 0405037857
Email goal@area5football.com
Website http://www.area5football.com

Fitzpatrick’s Sports Centre
1860 Albany Highway
Maddington WA 6109, Australia
Tel. (08) 9493 3466

Womens competition Thursday evening- looking for teams
Courtside Multisports www.courtside.com.au
Men Thursdays. Currently no womens only. Register your interest to help kickstart a womens competition
Address: 35 Catalano Road, Canning Vale WA 6155
Phone:   (08) 9456 2219
Forrestfield United Soccer Club http://www.fusc.org.au
Hartfield Park Forrestfield
Thursday nights juniors and mens
6 a side competition started October 18
Striker Indoor Sports Melville http://strikermelville.com.au/
Womens competition is Monday Nights from 6pm- new registrations welcome
Revolutions
37 Lemnos Street, Shenton Park
Phone (08) 9388 3430
Email info@revolutionsports.com.au
Website http://www.revolutionsports.com.au

Revolution Sports have Mens, Mixed and Junior Futsal competitions. Teams consist of 5 players on the pitch at any time, however you may have interchange players. Registrations welcome.

Bouncer Sports Centre http://www.bouncersports.com.au/

Thursday night womens competition

4 Elcar Lane
Joondalup WA 6027

Phone:(08) 9300 1600
Fax:(08) 9300 0822

enquiries@bouncersports.com.au

 
 
 
Cannington Leisureplex
Cnr Sevenoaks and Wharf St Cannington
Ph 63507300
Indoor soccer Wednesday evenings- new teams welcome!

Perth Glory W League squad 2012

October 19, 2012 By: Penny Category: W League

Coach Jamie Harnwell, assistant Gary Church, team manager Monica Beazley

2012/13 Perth Glory Westfield W-League squad
Shirt No. SURNAME FIRST NAME POSITION
1 Telford Carly Goalkeeper
2 Carroll Sarah Defender
3 Hawkins Carys Defender
4 Studman Bronwyn Defender
5 May Shannon Midfield
6 Andrews Sasha Defender
7 Luik Aivi Midfield
8 Mastrantonio Ella Midfield
9 Sutton Rosie Forward
10 Gibbons Jaymee Midfield
12 Gill Katie Forward
13 D’Ovidio Elisa Midfield
14 McCallum Collette Midfield
15 Milne Elizabeth Defender
16 Eastman Thia Defender
17 Tabain Marianna Forward
18 Bolton Kirri Mid/Def
19 Billam Shawn Defender
20 Palandri Zoe Goalkeeper

W League review according to thewomensgame.com

October 19, 2012 By: Penny Category: W League

Season Five launches

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The 2012/13 Season of the Westfield W-League was officially launched yesterday with at an exclusive event on Sydney’s Jones Bay Wharf. 

Canberra spearhead Michelle Heyman; one of the stars | Getty Images

The new season is set to be the biggest yet with one more team (Western Sydney Wanderers FC), two more rounds (12) and 13 more games to be played out over Australian summer. 

As well as local and Matildas stars, the W-League also sees an influx of internationals from England, Canada, the United States, New Zealand, Sweden and even Iceland. 

“The Westfield W-League is one of, if not, the world’s premier women’s football competition and this season is set to the best one yet,” said Head of W-League Damien De Bohun.“For me, the beauty of this league is that it creates new heroes each season.  It is also the breeding ground for the Westfield Matildas – one of Australia’s most successful sporting teams.

 

“With the Westfield Matildas ranked 9th in the world, Champions of Asia, and with every player from the Westfield Matildas squad playing in the Westfield W-League this year, there has never been a better opportunity for Australians to witness world class football in their own backyard.

Round One kicks off this Saturday October 20th with the, now traditional, grand final re-match between the last two winners of the league; Canberra United and Brisbane Roar at Canberra’s McKellar Park (kick-off 2.00pm) with the season ending with the Grand Final on the Australia Day weekend – Sunday, 27th January.

Other key dates and features of the Westfield W-League 2012/13 season to watch out for include (all times indicated below are stated as local times):

  • A new, viewer and family-friendly one-hour Match of the Day highlights package broadcast nationally each Saturday by the Westfield W-League’s broadcast partner, The ABC.
  • Family-friendly AM fixtures including first AM match of the season to be played at Intiga Stadium, Inglewood in Perth (Perth Glory vs. Melbourne Victory – 21st October @1030am)
  • First inter-city derby in Westfield W-League history with Sydney FC taking on Western Sydney Wanderers FC at Leichardt Oval (27th October @200pm)
  • First Newcastle Jets home match against defending champions Canberra United at the Hunter’s Westfield W-League home, Wanderers Oval in Broadmeadow (27th October @200pm)
  • The historic first Western Sydney Wanderers FC home match at Campbelltown Stadium against Perth Glory (3rd November @ 200pm)
  • 2012 defeated Grand Finalists’, Brisbane Roar, first home match at Cleveland Showgrounds (3rd November @ 300pm)
  • Sydney FC to play Perth Glory as the curtain raiser to Sydney FC’s first Hyundai A-League inter-city home derby at Allianz Stadium (15/12 @ 500pm)

 

TheWomensGame team will have full coverage of the Westfield W-League for Season Five including interviews, videos, photos and giveaways. 

Keep an eye on the website Facebook and Twitter for more information

 

 

Football West Womens Awards winners 2012

October 19, 2012 By: Penny Category: Trophy winners

State League individual award winners

Bank West Womens State League – Individual Awards

Premier Division Golden Boot
Danielle Calautti
Beckenham Angels SC
Premier Division Goalkeeper of the Year
Kristy Teschinsky

Beckenham Angels SC
Premier Division Coach of the Year
Jason Washington-King
Beckenham Angels SC
Premier Division Best & Fairest
Alyce Correia
East Fremantle SC
Division One Golden Boot
Jannay Kohler
Noranda SC
Division One Coach of the Year
Jonny Gibson
Melville City FC
Division One Best & Fairest joint winners
Donna Douglas
Kelmscott Roos SC
and
Emma Byrne
Quinns FC

State League Reserves and Metropolitan League Individual award winners

Bankwest Women’s State League

Golden Boot – Division One Reserves
Siobhan Mulligan – 24 goals
Melville City FC
Player of the Year – Division One Reserves
Penny Tanner-Hoath – 18 votes
Melville City FC

Golden Boot – Premier Reserves
Hayley Richards – 24 goals
Northern Redbacks SC
Player of the Year – Premier Reserves
Hayley Richards – 26 votes
Northern Redbacks SC

Division One Reserves winners
Melville City

Premier Reserves winners
Northern Redbacks

Bankwest Women’s Metropolitan League

Golden Boot – Division Six
Danielle Radesich – 35 goals
Rockingham Womens & Girls
Golden Boot – Division Five
Amber Hoffman – 50 goals
Stirling Panthers SC
Golden Boot – Division Four
Jodie Oliver – 41 goals
Sorrento FC
Golden Boot – Division Three
Casey Soffe – 45 goals
Woodvale FC
Golden Boot – Division Two
Cassandra Stacey – 24 goals
Bassendean

Division Six
Western Knights SC

Division Five
Floreat Athena FC

Division Four
Sorrento FC

Division Three
Fremantle United

Division Two
Cockburn City SC

Sydney FC W League squad: Sam Kerr

October 19, 2012 By: Penny Category: W League

Simon set to lead Sydney

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Sydney FC have announced their squad for the 2012/13 W-League season.  Although fielding 11 teenagers, coach Alen Stajcic has unveiled a team full of international experience from Australia and New Zealand. 

Kyah Simon takes over the Sydney captaincy | TWG

Sydney have also announced a new captain with striker Kyah Simon taking over the captain’s armband from Danielle Brogan, who on Tuesday underwent surgery to repair an ACL ruptured in a pre-season trial match. 

Simon leads a team boasting eight Matildas including Ellyse Perry, Sam Kerr, Caitlin Foord and Alanna Kennedy as well Football Ferns trio Annalie Longo, Hannah Bromley and Emma Kete.  Also named in the squad are several U17 and U20s representatives. 

“We’re thrilled with the team we have been able to put together for the 2012/13 season,” said Stajcic.

“Kyah will captain the team, which is a sign of the younger, more exciting squad we have selected. She takes over from Danielle Brogan, who was going to play a big part in the season until she unfortunately suffered the knee injury.”

Circumstances have forced an overhaul of the Sky Blues team.  Servet Uzunlar, Sarah Walsh and Teigen Allen joined the new Western Sydney Wanderers side in the offseason while Brogan and striker Leena Khamis succumbed to ACL injuries, defender Thea Slatyer and midfielder Kylie Ledbrook retired and Heather Garriock ruled herself out early through pregnancy. 

Despite that Stajcic, who has coached some of the best young talent in Australia through to the Westfield Matildas, believes that his young side has the quality to continue the strong NSW tradition. 

“We have selected a younger team with pace, mobility and some of the most exciting players in Australian women’s football.”

“We have been training well and we’re really looking forward to the season kick off against Newcastle on 21 October.”

Blackmores, Australia’s leading natural health brand, has joined the Sydney FC W-League team, which boasts eight Australian internationals, three New Zealand Internationals and six players who have represented Australia at underage level (U17 and U20).

In another major boost for the Sky Blues, Blackmores has come on board as the new shirt sponsors for the women’s team for the 2012/13 season.

Blackmores becomes the first company to invest money directly into the Sydney FC W-League team, a sign of the increased popularity of women’s football. The Blackmore’s logo will be proudly displayed on the front of the Sydney FC W-League and National Youth League strips.

“We have received a lot of corporate support but for Blackmores to commit to helping our women’s team is a testament to the growth and popularity of women’s football.” Sydney FC Chief Executive Officer Tony Pignata said. 

“Blackmores is thrilled to be partnering with Sydney FC’s Women’s and Youth Leagues, and wish them the best of luck for the season ahead,” said Blackmores Director, Sales and Marketing, Jim Van Bruinessen.

Sydney FC W-League squad:

Kyah Simon             Annalie Longo    
Ellyse Perry           Sian McLaren       
Caitlin Foord           Brittany Whitfield    
Samantha Kerr       Amy Harrison   
Renee Rollason    Sham Khamis     
Alanna Kennedy       Elizabeth Ralston    
Teresa Polias     Megan McLaughlin  
Nicola Bolger      Chloe Logarzo     
Emma Kete          Larissa Crummer   
Hannah Bromley      Natalie Tobin