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Queens Park SC – Girls’ Trials for 2014

November 30, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Trials for ages 13-17

Queens Park are pleased to announce we have secured the services of
Development Coach’s Nassa Atekhis and Lindsay Aldrick for the 2014 season.
They will be coaching 13’s & 15’s or 17’s girls depending on the trials and turn out age of players.

The teams will be development teams to feed through to our Bankwest State League
Premier and Reserves teams.

History
Queens Park is one of the most successful teams south of the river featuring in the top four, for the past ten years, including having won the League, Cup and Night Series during this time.

Individually- winning the best player in the state 6 times (Stacey Learmont 5 times, Jess Lindquist the other) and goal keeper Maya Diederichsen winning best goal keeper in the state twice.

We have produced 3 Glory players (including Stacey Woofin/Learmont) and an Australian Futsal Player (Jess Lindquist).

Our goal is to keep developing new talent!

Trials start on January  14th  and 16th  at  5.30  pm
Venue: Coker Park, is located on Wharf Street in Cannington.

Register your interest now, to be in draw to win your fees paid for the year!

Contact Stacey Learmont at queensparksoccerclub@gmail.com or ring 0407 836 157

For information on the club visit our website at http://www.qpsc.com.au/ or like us on facebook https://www.facebook.com/qpsc1909

How to recruit and retain volunteers

November 30, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

http://www.myfootballclub.com.au/fileadmin/user_upload/for-clubs/Volunteer_Management/Recruit_and_Retain_Volunteers.pdf

A very useful document for clubs

GIRLS TAKE ON RIVALS FOR BREAST CANCER CAUSE

November 29, 2013 By: Penny Category: W League

MEDIA RELEASE

NOVEMBER 28, 2013

Perth Glory Women will play their sixth annual National Breast Cancer Foundation fundraiser match this Sunday when they take on fierce rivals Melbourne Victory.

The match has been played each Westfield W-League season since Teresa Calautti, mother of foundation player Danielle, passed away from breast cancer in 2008.

A Pink Breakfast was held yesterday to raise awareness of the disease in the lead up to the re-match of last season’s epic semi-final when Melbourne won a controversial penalty shoot-out.

Canadian defender Sasha Andrews is one Glory player that has seen the disease affect the life of a close friend and she spoke at the breakfast about the importance of raising awareness and funds for research.

“She was a Jamaican track athlete that treated her body like we all do, as a machine, making sure she ate all the right foods and trained hard,” Andrews said.

“But we were all in shock seeing how someone so fit and healthy could get struck down by something like this.

“Thankfully, she can say she beat breast cancer and I’m so proud that my club Perth Glory gets behind the National Breast Cancer Foundation every year.

“We hope we can have another big crowd in attendance as we try and raise funds for this important research.”

A limited edition inaugural playing shirt signed by the original squad will be auctioned online with all proceeds going directly to NBCF. Click here to bid for the shirt.

Part proceeds from ticket sales will go towards NBCF. Volunteers will also be collecting donations at the venue, while Football West will also donate $500 for each Perth Glory Women goal scored.

Glory women will play the entire season in a specially produced Macron strip, which contains pink pinstripes in recognition of the NBCF cause.

Sunday’s match kicks off at 12pm.

Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory
Sunday, December 1
nib Stadium, Perth
Local kick-off: 12pm (Delayed broadcast on ABC1 at 3pm)
Tickets available from Gate 3: Adults $10, concession $5, Perth Glory A-League members free entry. Please note only the western stand will be open during this match.

Perth Glory squad: 1. Chantel JONES (gk), 2. Sarah CARROLL, 3. Cecilie SANDVEJ, 4. Bronwyn STUDMAN, 5. Shannon MAY, 6. Sasha ANDREWS, 8. Ella MASTRANTONIO,  9. Rosie SUTTON, 13. Elisa D’OVIDIO, 14. Collette McCALLUM, 15. Jess DILLON, 16. Thia EASTMAN, 17. Marianna TABAIN, 18. Amy KNIGHTS, 19. Shawn BILLAM, 20. Kathleen WAYCOTT (gk), 21. Christina JULIEN (two to be omitted)

Ins: 15. Jess Dillon, 16. Thia Eastman, 18. Amy Knights (all promoted)

Outs: 12. Kate Gill (illness – indefinite)

Unavailable: Aivi Luik (hamstring – indefinite), Kat Jukic (groin – indefinite)

-ENDS-

Chris Correia footballwest.com.au

The World Football Programme Saturday November 30, 2013

November 28, 2013 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

RUN SHEET FOR THE WFP
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RADIO FREMANTLE: 26 YEARS OLD

The World Football Programme Team: Penny Tanner and Jason Washington-King are taking a break after their last show on December 7, through to January 2014.

Email the station with your thoughts on the show. If you like what we put together, feel free to make a donation to the station or become a member and support the station’s 100% community philosophy.

Email: penny@theworldfootballprogramme.com. Text 0408921832. Facebook: theworldfootballprogramme

Station address: 4/153 Rockingham Road, Hamilton Hill  WA  6163

Memberships Radio Fremantle 08 9494 2100 and admin@radiofremantle.com weekdays.
Donations via internet banking to Radio Fremantle BankWest BSB 306-048 Account No: 4157770

Streaming live radiofremantle.com. Archive (or podcasts) is held to the following Saturday.

Promos Fridays: footballwest.com.au, womensoccer.com.au and footballwa.net.

Please note that changes may occur to this timetable without notice.
Log in to our facebook page The World Football Programme for notice of when we are back on air in 2014. You can also post here about your club and news on the World Game.
Want to be a part of the show? Email Penny
Want to become a sponsor? Ring Penny 0408 921 832.

Blueprint for women’s football growth

November 28, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, State Teams and Programmes, Women's Standing Committee

The Westfield Matildas celebrate a goal. Photo: Getty

FFA unveils blueprint for further growth of women’s football

Initiates file downloadClick here women_s_football_strategic_plan to view the Women’s Football Strategic Plan.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

The continued rapid growth of Australian women’s football has been assured with Football Federation Australia unveiling their Strategic Plan for Women’s Football.


Women’s football has developed exponentially in recent years across all levels with unprecedented growth in grassroots participation and the successful establishment and expansion of the Westfield W-League, while the Westfield Matildas have achieved new heights on the international stage capped by becoming Asian champions in 2010.

The Women’s Football Strategic Plan seeks to further harness that massive potential over the coming few years in what is expected to be a period of sustained growth.

The key objective of the Strategic Plan is to make football the most played sport for Australian women and girls, while offering the best possible support to elite players on the domestic and international stage.

“The extraordinary growth of female participation in the modern era has changed the face of football in Australia,” said David Gallop, FFA Chief Executive Officer.

“We now have more than 100,000 female players in Australia, a ratio of one in five of all registered participants. It’s a sign of the strength of women’s football, but also a platform for future growth.

“The FFA Women’s Football Strategic Plan aims to build on the success so far. The policies in the plan will guide FFA and our stakeholders as we focus on participation, technical development and international competitiveness.”

With over 1.96 million Australians participating in various forms of the game, football is uniquely placed as a sporting outlet regardless of background or gender.

“More countries than ever before are investing in the growth of women’s football and we aim to establish football as the sport of choice in Australia,” said Emma Highwood, FFA Head of Community Football.

“The strategic plan aims to ensure that women’s football contributes to our ultimate goal of uniting all of Australia to enjoy football.”

footballwest.com.au

Football West AGM

November 23, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Women's Standing Committee

The AGM for Football West Ltd will be held on Wednesday, 18th December, 2013 at 7.00pm WST and will be located at the Perth Soccer Club. Any member is eligible to attend. All voting is through your Standing Committee or Zone Representative.

World Football on 107.9fm Saturday November 23, 2013

November 22, 2013 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

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WFINTRO: SATURDAY  23rd November, 2013

9.00   Studio hosts: Jason Washington-King and Don Evans

Listeners invited to text your club news to 0408 921 832 or go to facebook WPF/107.9FM

9.10-9.30     Ella Mastrantonio, Perth Glory W-league, Plus 3 hours E.S.T.

Perth Glory W League

9.30-10.00   Paul Carreno, Latin American Association of WA

Perth Amateur World cup

10.00-10.30            Vitor Sobral, SBS the World game, Plus 3 hours E.S.T.

A-league and socceroos

10.30-11.00            Chris Barbas, Floreat Athena

Men’s state league

11.00-11.30            Martyn Wells, Tasmania United task force, Plus 3 hours E.S.T.

FA cup and football banter

11.30-12.00            Andrew McTernan, Aussie Mags. Plus 3 hours E.S.T.

English Premier League news

Thank you FootballWest:Kelme:ABC:FFA:BBC:SBS:FoxSports:442:Aussiemags.net & every guest!

11.58 WFOUTRO.

Women’s Football Forum by Football West

November 21, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Women's Standing Committee

Show your support for women’s football

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Football West will be holding a women’s football forum on Sunday, December 1 at Dorrien Gardens.


People who are passionate about the women’s game and want to be a part of the discussion are invited to attend.

There will be a panel of experts to help deliver the forum and answer questions.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • How to increase participation numbers
  • Female coaches and referees
  • Raising standards at grassroots
  • Improving elite player pathways (Skill Acquisition Program, National Training Centre, National Premier Leagues, State teams)
  • Promoting the game

When: Sunday, December 1
Where: Dorrien Gardens
Time: 8.30am for 9am start. Concludes at 11.15am.

Attendees will receive free tickets to the Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory Westfield W-League match, which kicks off at 12pm at nib Stadium, also on December 1.

Please RSVP your attendance to elisa.dovidio@footallwest.com.au

Womens Standing Committee Minutes November 2013

November 19, 2013 By: Penny Category: Women's Standing Committee

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Woodvale FC looking for players

November 17, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

The Woodvale FC women’s team are on the look out for some new players, and they want you!

We currently play in division 2 in the Bankwest Women’s Metropolitan League and have finished in the top four every year since we began.

We are a family friendly club, catering for all ages with our junior boys and girls teams as well.

For more information about the club head to our website, www.woodvalefc.com.au or take a look at our moment in the spotlight on Football 360  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IS4OjVtZJSY at 10min 23 seconds
Registrations are held on Sunday the 24th of November 10am – 2pm at Timberlane Park Hall, Althea Way, Woodvale.

If you have any questions please email Megan, meganbilaloski@gmail.com
Megan Bilaloski