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Metropolitan Womens Team Standings 2013 and promotion and relegation

December 14, 2013 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Note on promotion and relegation from Metropolitan competitions:

New teams start at the lowest division as an entry point subject to club persuasion direct to Football West of calibre of players and affect on competition.

Division One








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Mandurah City FC 21 16 2 3 63 17 46 50
2 Fremantle United SC 21 14 3 4 80 30 50 45
3 Bassendean Caledonian SC 21 12 4 5 74 33 41 40
4 Northern Redbacks SC 21 8 2 11 42 49 -7 26
5 East Fremantle SC 21 8 1 12 35 56 -21 25
6 North Beach SC 21 7 3 11 37 62 -25 24
7 Lywood United FC 21 6 4 11 40 64 -24 22
8 UWA-Nedlands FC 21 2 3 16 32 92 -60 9










Promotion from Div 2: Sorrento and Hammersley








Relegation from Div 1 Lynwood and UWA-Nedlands


















Division Two








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Sorrento FC 22 17 4 1 128 36 92 55
2 Hamersley Rovers SC 22 18 1 3 83 20 63 55
3 Port Kennedy SC 22 15 3 4 57 23 34 48
4 Woodvale FC 22 15 0 7 66 35 31 45
5 Kingsley SC 22 13 4 5 59 30 29 43
6 Centenary FC 22 9 3 10 52 50 2 30
7 Brooklands FC 22 9 2 11 50 63 -13 29
8 Olympic Kingsway SC 22 8 3 11 48 62 -14 27
9 Subiaco AFC 22 6 1 15 47 67 -20 19
10 East Fremantle SC 22 3 4 15 29 72 -43 13
11 Perth Hills United 22 4 1 17 20 93 -73 13
12 Floreat Athena FC 22 1 2 19 16 98 -82 5










Promotion from Div 3: Wembley and Perth Hills








Relegation from Div 2: Perth Hills and Floreat


















Division Three








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Wembley Downs SC 22 17 2 3 88 38 50 53
2 Perth Hills Utd FC 22 15 5 2 61 20 41 50
3 Sutherlands Park SC 22 14 4 4 55 31 24 46
4 Armadale SC 22 11 4 7 54 37 17 37
5 UWA-Nedlands FC 22 11 4 7 38 28 10 37
6 Kalamunda United FC 22 10 4 8 41 23 18 34
7 Melville City FC 22 6 7 9 43 56 -13 25
8 Carlisle SC 22 7 3 12 29 46 -17 24
9 Beckenham Angels SC 22 6 5 11 48 66 -18 23
10 Quinns FC 22 6 2 14 35 78 -43 20
11 Sporting Warriors SC 22 4 3 15 46 66 -20 15
12 Perth Royals SC 22 2 3 17 30 79 -49 9










Promotion from Div 4: Rockingham and North Lake








Relegation from Div 3: Sporting Warriors and Perth Royals


















Division Four








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Rockingham Womens & Girls 20 18 2 0 91 31 60 56
2 North Lake SC 20 13 2 5 74 25 49 41
3 North Beach SC 20 11 2 7 55 24 31 35
4 Bassendean Caledonian SC 20 9 5 6 44 34 10 32
5 Subiaco AFC 20 9 3 8 61 38 23 30
6 Balga SC 20 9 3 8 38 45 -7 30
7 Gosnells City FC 20 9 1 10 37 39 -2 28
8 Western Knights SC 20 9 1 10 46 59 -13 28
9 Wembley Downs SC 20 7 2 11 38 64 -26 23
10 Curtin University SC 20 3 3 14 25 67 -42 12
11 East Fremantle SC 20 1 0 19 12 92 -80 3










Promotion from Div 5: East Freo and Bayswater








Relegation from Div 4: Curtin and East Freo


















Division Five








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 East Fremantle SC 20 15 3 2 85 17 68 48
2 Bayswater City SC 20 15 2 3 112 32 80 47
3 Olympic Kingsway SC 20 14 2 4 70 27 43 44
4 Hamersley Rovers SC 20 11 4 5 66 35 31 37
5 Perth SC 20 11 3 6 91 54 37 36
6 Ellenbrook Utd FC 20 7 3 10 52 67 -15 24
7 Forrestfield United SC 20 7 1 12 51 76 -25 22
8 Maccabi SC 20 5 5 10 42 48 -6 20
9 UWA-Nedlands FC 20 3 7 10 19 50 -31 16
10 Ballajura AFC 20 3 2 15 23 141 -118 11
11 Rockingham Womens & Girls 20 2 2 16 20 78 -58 8

Women’s teams State League standings 2013 and promotion and relegation

December 14, 2013 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Note on promotion and relegation from the State League:

There is no relegation from the State League division 1 or promotion from Metropolitan competitions to the State League unless a club applies from the Metro Competition or a club is unable to fulfill its State League commitments.

These are some of the factors that are considered by Football West and the Women’s Standing Committee in admitting a new team to the State League:

The team of the club applying has won the Metro Division One in the most recent Football West season,

The club has other women’s teams that show it can easily support the two teams required in State League, such as Junior teams and other Metro teams,

Location and proximity to other clubs,

Strong committee support.

Premier








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Northern Redbacks SC 21 20 1 0 99 12 87 61
2 Beckenham Angels SC 21 16 1 4 89 22 67 49
3 Queens Park SC 21 11 3 7 63 26 37 36
4 Balcatta SC 21 10 2 9 61 42 19 32
5 UWA-Nedlands FC 21 9 3 9 36 46 -10 30
6 Melville City FC 21 5 2 14 24 50 -26 17
7 FW NTC Women 17s 21 5 2 14 28 67 -39 17
8 East Fremantle SC 21 1 0 20 11 146 -135 3










Reserves








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Northern Redbacks SC 21 18 2 1 107 24 83 56
2 FW NTC Womens 15s 21 15 1 5 84 36 48 46
3 Melville City FC 21 12 2 7 59 36 23 38
4 UWA-Nedlands FC 21 9 4 8 36 43 -7 31
5 Beckenham Angels SC 21 7 6 8 40 46 -6 27
6 East Fremantle SC 21 6 3 12 38 67 -29 21
7 Balcatta SC 21 4 1 16 24 69 -45 13
8 Queens Park SC 21 3 1 17 14 81 -67 10











Relegation to First Division State League: East Fremantle








Promotion from First Division State League to Premier: Cockburn







Division One








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Cockburn City SC 21 17 1 3 82 36 46 52
2 Quinns FC 21 16 2 3 77 24 53 50
3 Leeming Strikers SC 21 15 1 5 68 28 40 46
4 Noranda SC 21 9 1 11 39 70 -31 28
5 Subiaco AFC 21 7 3 11 43 50 -7 24
6 Curtin University SC 21 6 1 14 26 64 -38 19
7 Kelmscott Roos SC 21 4 1 16 39 66 -27 13
8 Bunbury Forum Force 21 4 2 15 22 55 -33 5










Reserves








POS TEAM P W D L F A GD PTS
1 Quinns FC 21 18 3 0 89 12 77 57
2 Bunbury Forum Force 21 12 2 7 38 30 8 38
3 Noranda SC 21 11 1 9 53 49 4 34
4 Cockburn City SC 21 9 5 7 33 35 -2 32
5 Leeming Strikers SC 21 8 4 9 30 31 -1 28
6 Kelmscott Roos SC 21 8 3 10 33 47 -14 27
7 Curtin University SC 21 5 4 12 25 56 -31 19
8 Subiaco AFC 21 2 0 19 16 51 -35 6

Margaret River Soccer Carnival 2014

December 14, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions

Note for all Perth teams: this will clash with the Night Series and all State League teams that are involved in the series.

20th Anniversary
Pre-season Carnival
22nd – 23rd February 2014

This is our 20th Anniversary year of our much loved pre season carnival to celebrate we have produced a range of souvenirs, stubby holders, caps & T Shirts that you can pre-purchased to remember the weekend, as well each player will be given a mermento of our appreciation for supporting us over the last 20 years. As per usual places will be at a premium so get your entry form and fee in to secure your spot. Entries will close January 31st. Entry forms can be downloaded from our web site
www.footballmargaretriver.org and click on carnival. Entries can be emailed and fees paid by EFT to make life easier for you.

Register Online
www.footballmargaretriver.org http://www.footballmargaretriver.org
info@footballmargaretriver.org
or call 0430 550 135

Wanneroo City Soccer Club (The Roo’s) are making a women’s footbal comeback

December 14, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

We are excited to announce that Women’s football will return to Wanneroo

in 2014 with a team in the Women’s Metropolitan League. WCSC last had

teams playing in the Football West women’s competition back in 1995.

In fact we had 3 teams that year, playing in Div 1, 3 and 4.

Its great to see women’s football return.

We are actively chasing players to further these teams, please make contact with info@theroos.com.au if you are interested.


Alternatively you can just come down to our first training session to be held 7pm Tuesday 7th January. Please meet at our club rooms prior to training.

For further information please call Dean on 0417 254 569 or Vanessa on 0425 071 546

Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory

December 14, 2013 By: Penny Category: W League

Perth Glory Women midfielder Ella Mastrantonio. Photo: Paul Kane/Getty

Wanderers test up next

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Perth Glory Women will take confidence into Saturday’s Westfield W-League match against Western Sydney Wanderers at Marconi Stadium after registering their first home win of the season last weekend.


Rosie Sutton scored a morale-boosting 89th-minute winner against Adelaide United last Saturday, while the Wanderers were taking a break from competition due to a rescheduled fixture.

Glory’s clash with Wanderers will bring up a milestone for Perth midfielder Ella Mastrantonio, who is preparing for her 50th W-League match in a career which has included a one-season spell at Melbourne Victory.

Mastrantonio knows how difficult the challenge will be but says the team will be ready to take on their fellow finals contender.

“They are up there with Brisbane in terms of having one of the strongest squads in the league, stacked with Matildas and internationals,” she said.

“But we have the players that can do it and it’s going to be another important match for us.”

The 21-year-old rates last season’s history-making finals appearance as her career highlight and is hungry for more glory.

“I’ve really enjoyed it – you can’t ask for much more than playing for your home town and it is something that I’m very proud to be able to do,” Mastrantonio said.

“Playing with the likes of Marianna (Tabain), Shannon (May), and growing up alongside them has helped me create lifetime bonds through football.

“But at the end of the day it’s all about success as a team rather than personally and we will be out to make the most of what is a very short season.”

Youngster Jess Dillon is the only addition to Jamie Harnwell’s squad, which will fly out of Perth tomorrow morning.

Fans should follow Opens external link in new window@PerthGloryWomen on Twitter for the live match updates from 11am Perth time on Saturday.

Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory
Saturday, December 14
Marconi Stadium
Kick-off: 11am Perth time

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, 19. Shawn BILLAM, 20. Kathleen WAYCOTT (gk), 21. Christina JULIEN (one to be omitted)

Ins – 15. Jess Dillon (promoted)

Outs – None

Unavailable – Aivi Luik (hamstring – indefinite), Kat Jukic (hip – indefinite), Kate Gill (illness – indefinite)

Congratulations Beckenham Angels Coach Jason

December 14, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Jason has this week become a Daddy for the first time to baby girl Charlotte Alice Washington-King born 12.12.2013. Both Mum Jo and bub are doing well. Best wishes from the football community Jason and Jo. There is certainly more than just the direct family to give their support. The Football Family will be gathering with hands up for the babysitting role to make sure Mum Jo has all the support she needs to encourage Jason to keep working with the rapidly expanding Angels mindset. While Jason has been coaching in the women’s game for some time now, Jo was herself a player and Jason’s sister Sara King was a goal keeper for the Matilda’s.

Beckenham Angels clinic this weekend

December 12, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Beckenham looking for next batch of Angels
2013 Women’s Cup winners Beckenham Angels will be running a football clinic this Sunday to attract young girls to the world game.

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The clinic will be held at Mills Park, Brixton Street on Sunday, December 15 from 9.15am until 11am.

It will be led by Beckenham and ex-Perth Glory Women’s players Danni Calautti and Kristy Teschinsky, as well as 2012 Women’s State Premier League Golden Boot winner Andie Preiato.

The club is aiming to build for the future by having teams in the U13 and U15 junior divisions in 2014 and will also be forming an additional team which will be based on developing top-line players, including those in the 15-18-year-old age group.

Preiato, who will be coaching one of the junior teams, said it was vital for the club to develop a girls soccer program to produce the next generation of Angels.

“We have a number of highly skilled and passionate young women players who have coaching skills and want to use these to show girls just how much fun and liberating playing soccer can be,” she said.

“Playing a game that has been seen as being a boys game is very powerful for girls and can give them a lot of physical and emotional strength and confidence.”

For further details of the clinic, call 0424 395 513 or email andrea.tpreiato@gmail.com

WA Womens Football Forum Sunday November 30, 2013

December 06, 2013 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Women's Standing Committee

These are notes taken by the Women’s Standing Committee Chair Penny Tanner and only an interpretation of the Forum’s discussion and action points.

Attendees

  • Panel- Jessine Bonzas NTC, Sarah Walsh FFA, Peter Hugg CEO Footbwall West, Janette Spencer Football West Board, Penny TannerHoath WSC
  • Clubs-NTC, Beckenham Angels, East Fremantle, Fremantle United, Ellenbrook, Hammersley, Leeming, Melville City, Subiaco United, Balcatta, Queens Park
  • Referees body Hugh
  • School Sports Wayne Basedon

Papers presented and attached

Football West Strategic Plan 2014-2016
fbw-strategic-plan-2016

Football Federation Australia Strategic Plan 2016
ffa-women_s_football_strategic_plan-2016

Discussions

Sarah Walsh (former Matilda and WSW player) explained her new role at Football Federation Australia (FFA) which is to facilitate implementing the new FFA Women’s Football strategic plan above. It was noted that womens football at FFA level is not in a commercially comparable position to mens football (Socceroos and A League for example) and therefore is not considered on the same terms. Sarah was very passionate about helping to change that.

Peter Hugg discussed the strategies in the plan and how they aligned to the new FBW strategic plan attached above. Football West has acess to a sport science department for our programmes now to assist in injury management and sports performance

Janette Spencer talked about mentoring and leadership and how Football West want to promote that to retain players in the game and upskilling is important in creating retention outside of the playing environment

Jessine Bonzas talked about the Skills Aquisition Programme SAP and how developing the younger age girls will increase their confidence and how we need to manage the programmes between all parties to help retain players in the sport. The NTC age groups are changing so that their will be one squad in the Premier state league and one in the boys junior competition with all ages capped at teen age as per National benchmarking and phiosophies. We need to concentrate on developing the younger age group so SAP will kick in for technical skills (under 10 years of age) without a regular competition requirement.

Penny TannerHoath talked about educating the young membership as part of what a club provides with registration (officiating, first aid, coaching etc) and how this will increase retention and loyalty to the club. Also the possibility of clubs sharing resources such as accredited coaches to educate other clubs young members. Members were directed to womensoccer.com.au to use as information exchange and the associated facebook page to comment after this forum.

Football has huge advantages over other activities competing for participants

  • its a world game and opportunities to participate go beyond the local club
  • body shape is irrelevant (unlike basketball, swimming and gymnastics for example)

Some challenges that women’s football has to dealwith that are the same across the entire sport and for females

  • massive turnover in 14-18 age group
  • how do we remove barriers to any girl wanting to participate
  • educating coaches as they are the one constant relationship throughout a season
  • increasing and growing the volunteer base, retaining volunteers by upskilling in first aid, officiating and more
  • how to work with non traditional types of football to grow the game (commercial recreation centres, in house junior club programmes, accommodating mums etc)

Discussions from the floor

  • negotiating with schools for use of facilities involves a risk management plan presented to the school body
  • how to connect junior girls in mixed teams and junior girls teams to the senior game
  • officiating is a low participation rate because of the perception and how can we change that (grass roots courses at clubs with younger players with other girls of same age)
  • will mens NPL affect womens football. At this stage mens clubs will not have to adopt a womens team and noted that only 3 womens state league clubs Balcatta, Subiaco Cockburn affiliate to current mens state league clubs
  • The NTC age groups are changing so the State League will only have 1 team and no reserves (this is to give the best group of girls the best quality competition).
  • Retaining and recruiting players who move through development programmes was passionately discussed with the outcome that recruiting at club level is considered a constant
  • the possibility of a separate cup competition for the Metro league was discussed and endorsed by various members present

Actions

  • Football West already have in place a way to encourage coaching upskilling by paying one third of the coaching course cost, asking the club to pay one third and the player one third
  • there are several five a side competitions organised by Football West and commercial recreation centres running through the year to encourage young players to take up football, used as an identification tool for development programmes and for varying participation. Football West are trying to connect all the centres together with a finals series that will see the winners from each centre come together at one venue for 2014.
  • Everyone present including the panel agreed that a statewide registration day advertised by Football West with major media campaign for clubs to use as publicity to promote women’s football in their area would happen, organised by Football West.
  • Football West has Perth Glory and NTC players and coaches available to clubs to use as role models
  • Football West has a club noticeboard and facebook page for clubs to post notices and advertise activities

This Forum was considered progressive in allowing clubs to voice their concerns network and exchange information with all parts of the game. With further things to talk about, everyone agreed to reconvene in January.