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Clinic for young soccer ‘Angels’

January 31, 2014 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Steph Cain

Steph Cain

17-year old Beckenham Angels Premier Division player Stephanie Cain kicks for goal

The premier women’s soccer club in Perth’s south east is running a major pre-season football clinic in 2014 to attract young girls into the world game.

The clinic by the Beckenham Angels Soccer Club is at Mills Park, Brixton Street on Sunday 16 February from 9.15am until 11am. It will be led by Beckenham and ex-Perth Glory women’s players Danni Calautti and Kristy Teschinsky, and winner of the 2011 Football West women’s ‘golden boot’ award, ‘Andie’ Preiato.

There will be free posters and other giveaways to girls who attend. Other planned attractions include appearances by current Perth Glory Women players.

The club, which is the current Football West women’s State League cup winner and Bankwest 2012 premier league champions is aiming to build for the future by fielding teams in the U13 and U15 junior divisions in 2014 and forming an additional team to develop top-line players including those in the 15 to 18 –year age group.

Andie Preiato, who will be coaching the U15s girls team, 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.’

We carried out a similar but relatively small–scale clinic before Christmas and now want to consolidate on its success to build our two girls teams.’

Playing a game that has been seen as being a boy’s 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, ring 0424 395 513 or email andrea.tpreiato@gmail.com

Media enquiries: Steve Ireland 0408 183 742

The World Football Programme Saturday February 1 from 10am

January 31, 2014 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

SATURDAY February 1, 2014

The World Football Programme 107.9fm

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Studio hosts: Jason Washington-King and Don Evans (Stirling Lions)

Listeners invited to Text their club news to 0408 921 832,

Facebook WPF/107.9FM Email penny@theworldfootballprogramme.com.

New show time and partner Ashfield Project lead us in each week.

Wrap of show and news from the Christmas break.

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Chris Coyne, Head coach Bayswater City SC

Men’s Night Series, Interstate Challenge

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Brett Klucznik, footballwa.net

State league player movements, NPL squads and men’s night series

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Collette McCallum, Perth Glory W-league

W-league, women’s football

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Callum Salmon, Perth Glory Community and development manager

Perth Glory SC community programs and A-league banter

The local forums we promote for good local content are FootballWA’s WA State

League facebook page, theroar.com.au’s football blogs, Australian Football on

facebook, Football West TV and their facebook page

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Next week’s host and OUTRO

PRESSURE ON PLAYERS TO PERFORM: HARNWELL

January 31, 2014 By: Penny Category: W League

Perth Glory Women coach Jamie Harnwell has emphasised the importance of the club’s remaining two games of the Westfield W-League season, despite his side having fallen short of a finals place.

Glory will take on Melbourne Victory at Kingston Heath Soccer Complex this Saturday before returning home to take on Western Sydney Wanderers at Percy Doyle Reserve next weekend.

Glory’s finals bid came to an end last weekend but Harnwell said players should be looking to make the most of the coming opportunities as he begins planning for next season.

“I have spoken to the players about the importance of these last two games for the club, the supporters, each other, but most of all themselves,” he said.

“I need to find out that players want to be here and are prepared to work hard to make sure we return to the finals next season.”

After last season’s first finals appearance, Glory had high hopes of more success in 2013/14 but the team has been crippled with injuries and suspensions.

Captain Collette McCallum and Matildas teammate Aivi Luik, as well as Kat Jukic and Kathleen Waycott have been ruled out for the entire season.

Matildas star striker Kate Gill has also missed several games through illness, while key defender Sasha Andrews only returned to action last week following an ankle injury.

The latest player to be added to the injury list is star striker Rosie Sutton, who has been ruled out of the remaining two matches with an ongoing hip complaint.

“It is another blow for the squad to lose Rosie but she has been playing with pain over the last few weeks and we couldn’t ask her to continue doing it,” Harnwell said.

“Once again, though it gives other players an opportunity to step up.”

A boost for the team’s defensive stocks will be Welsh international and inaugural Glory player Carys Hawkins, who has signed following a successful stint with Sunnana SK in Sweden.

“It’s great to welcome Carys back into the squad,” Harnwell said.

“With the sheer number of injuries and illnesses we have experienced we have had to ask a lot of our younger players, so it will help being able to bring some experience back into the squad.

“Carys has been training with us for a while now to maintain her fitness so she should fit smoothly into the squad.”
Round 11 2013/2014 Westfield W-League
Melbourne Victory v Perth Glory
Saturday, February 1, 2014
Kingston Heath Soccer Complex, Cheltenham
Local kick-off: 3pm (12pm Perth time)
Radio broadcast: www.livecast.com.au

Perth Glory squad: 1. Chantel JONES (gk), 2. Sarah CARROLL, 3. Cecilie SANDVEJ,  4. Bronwyn STUDMAN, 5. Shannon MAY, 6. Sasha ANDREWS, 12. Kate GILL, 13. Elisa D’OVIDIO, 15. Jess DILLON, 16. Thia EASTMAN, 17. Marianna TABAIN, 18. Amy KNIGHTS, 19. Shawn BILLAM, 22. Emily HENDERSON, 24. Carys HAWKINS, 28. Gabrielle DAL BUSCO (gk) (one to be omitted)

Ins – Carys Hawkins (Sunnana SK), Emily Henderson (promoted)

Outs – Rosie Sutton (hip – season)

Unavailable – Aivi Luik (hamstring – season), Kat Jukic (hip – season), Collette McCallum (knee – season), Kathleen Waycott (side – season), Rosie Sutton (hip – season)

footballwest.com.au

Nicola Williams Joins Ashfield as Men’s Youth Coach

January 31, 2014 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Arguably the biggest club signing for 2014 comes in the form of ex Matildas and Perth Glory W – League coach Nicola Williams. Nicola joins the club in the position of youth team coach (18’s).

Club president Bill Busby is over the moon on the appointment and understanding Nicola’s credentials jokingly put the rest of his senior coaching team on notice, ‘to have someone of Nicola’s experience is fantastic and we all look forward to working with Nicola in helping her continued development as a coach as well as her helping us with our ambitions of being a recognised pathway for top young players’.

Nicola is one of very few in the state whom hold an Asian Football Confederation ‘A’ coaching accreditation. She was Head Coach of Australian W-League team Perth Glory in their 2008-2009 inaugural season, other roles have included assistant coach of the National Young Matildas U20 team following her role as the head coach of the Australian Girls U13 team in 2010.

Nicola continues to also apply her trade as a player for 2013 women’s State League champions Northern Redbacks.

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FEBRUARY IS THE THE MONTH OF PLAY FOOTBALL AT MELVILLE CITY FC

January 30, 2014 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

All girls aged 9-17 are welcome to the Open Training Sessions the first three Sundays in February at Marmion Reserve, Myaree, 5-7pm.  Come and meet new team mates and coaches and find your feet at Melville City FC.

A month of Play Football ends with the Melville City Girls Open Day at Len Shearer, Sunday, February 23. Join Perth Glory Women, Club Coaches and Women State League players, and become a part of the largest family of football in WA.

The club supports Rooball, 11s, 13s, 14s, 15s, 17s girls and Division 3 and State League women’s teams. Register your interest with penny@melvillecityfc.com.au. Player registrations are now open at http://www.melvillecityfc.com.au/registration.

Canberra prevail over Perth

January 30, 2014 By: Penny Category: W League

Canberra United’s Michelle Heyman and Perth Glory’s Shannon May. Photo: Getty

Canberra prevail in finals race

Monday, January 27, 2014

Canberra United secured a Westfield W-League semi-finals berth as they defeated Perth Glory 5-1 at McKellar Park on Australia Day.


With Russ Gibbs at McKellar Park, Omnisport

Goals from Ellie Brush, Caitlin Munoz, Lori Lindsey and a late brace from Georgia Yeoman-Dale sealed the win, which coupled with results elsewhere, gave Canberra a seven-point cushion over Adelaide United.

The Lady Reds have just two matches to left play, which means Canberra United cannot finish below fourth.

In the absence of Matildas goalkeeper Lydia Williams, Canberra handed a first start of the season to under-study Trudy Burke.

Grace Field came in for her first game of the year in place of Sally Rojahn whilst the promising Meg McLaughlin replaced Ashleigh Sykes up front. Perth meanwhile played Kathryn Gill in the hole behind a three-pronged strike-force that signified their attacking intent, the line led by the enthusiastic running of Rosie Sutton.

Early opportunities were scarce at both ends of the park with the first real shot in anger not materialising until the 14th minute when Munoz found space on the edge of the Glory penalty area but dragged her right foot shot wide of the post.

Perth stopper Chantel Jones was by far the busier of the two goalkeepers flinging herself low to her right to push a Michelle Heyman cross-shot away for a corner as the home team kept searching for an early breakthrough. Nicole Sykes was next to try her luck, a scything half-volley comfortably dealt with by Jones after Stephanie Ochs had been inches away from connecting with a cross as Canberra scented a goal.

At the other end Burke was a virtual spectator, rarely troubled by the sporadic Perth breakaways and thus it was little surprise when Canberra took the lead eight minutes before half-time.

When the goal came it was simplicity itself. Lindsey created it, swinging in a near-post corner that was matched by the run of centre-back Brush whose flicked header had enough power to sneak past Jones.

Having gone ahead Canberra extended their lead only moments later. Heyman was brought down just outside of the penalty box and from the resultant free-kick Munoz blasted a perfect shot around the wall and into the corner with Jones left floundering.

And it was almost three on the stroke of half-time as Jones was forced to fling herself acrobatically backwards to palm a long-range Heyman missile over the bar.

The pattern was much the same after the break as Ochs set the tone testing Jones’ reflexes with a deceptive fizzing drive before McLaughlin looped a header onto the roof of the net following another dangerous Lindsey set-piece delivery with Canberra in the ascendancy.

Perth finally mustered a half-decent chance just past the hour mark when Marianna Tabain engineered room inside the Canberra box but was wasteful with her finish, rushing the effort and blazing harmlessly over the bar when a shot on target may have paid dividends.

Tabain had a chance to better that when she lined up a free-kick 25 metres out minutes later but again the shot was poor, always rising as it cleared the crossbar.

United was always a threat on the break and McLaughlin should have capped her maiden start with a first-ever goal when sent clean through on goal by Lindsey but the youngster lacked decisiveness, dawdling over the chance, and failing to get enough purchase to steer the ball past the advancing Jones.

With one eye on Wednesday’s blockbuster with Sydney FC, Migchelsen withdrew Heyman with twenty minutes to play bringing on the pace of Yeoman-Dale.

The change prompted more Canberra pressure with a number of shots peppering the visitor’s goal as Ochs and McLaughlin went close in rapid succession.

It appeared inevitable that Canberra would increase their lead before the end and they did so with nine minutes remaining.

Ochs was the architect, skipping past a tired challenge and swinging a delightful cross into the danger area. The Glory could only half clear and Lindsey pounced on the loose ball, ramming a vicious low shot past Jones from close to the penalty spot.

Perth had some consolation three minutes later as Gill met a deep cross with an inch-perfect header that arced over Burke and into the top corner, just reward for an industrious display from their most experienced player.

United wasn’t finished yet however and they rounded off the scoring in stoppage time.

McLaughlin was involved in the fourth, sliding a square pass to the unmarked Yeoman-Dale who picked her spot to finish with aplomb and the super-sub was at it again two minutes later making it 5-1, her first touch taking the ball away from her marker and the second guiding it under Jones and into the net to round off an excellent late cameo and a comprehensive success.

Canberra United 5 (Ellie Brush 37’, Caitlin Munoz 41’, Lori Lindsey 81’, Georgia Yeoman-Dale 90’, 92’)
Perth Glory 1 (Kathryn Gill 84’)

Canberra United: 20. Trudy BURKE, 2. Catherine BROWN, 4. Kendall FLETCHER, 5. Grace FIELD, 6. Caitlin MUNOZ (9. Grace GILL 52’), 7. Ellie BRUSH, 8. Meg McLAUGHLIN, 11. Michelle HEYMAN (3. Georgia YEOMAN-DALE 70’), 13. Nicole SYKES, 16. Lori LINDSEY, 22. Stephanie OCHS

Perth Glory: 1. Chantel JONES, 2. Sarah CARROLL (6. Sasha ANDREWS 78’), 3. Cecilie SANDVEJ, 4. Bronwyn STUDMAN, 5. Shannon MAY, 9. Rosie SUTTON, 12. Katie GILL, 13. Elisa D’OVIDIO, 16. Thia EASTMAN, 17. Marianna TABAIN, 19. Shawn BILLAM (18. Amy KNIGHTS 57’)

Yellow cards: 13. Elisa D’OVIDIO (Perth Glory)
Attendance: 714

footballwest.com.au

The World Football Programme Saturday January 25

January 24, 2014 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

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RUN SHEET for the World Football Programme on 107.9fm

SATURDAY January 25, 2014

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Studio hosts: Penny Tanner, Peter Rowe (Mandurah City), Don Evans (Stirling Lions)

Listeners invited to Text their club news to 0408 921 832,

Facebook WPF/107.9FM Email penny@theworldfootballprogramme.com.

New show time and partner Ashfield Project lead us in each week.

Wrap of show and news from the Christmas break.

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Chris Beech, Manager NPL Football West. National Premier League and men’s Night Series, changing faces and general football news across the competitions

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Jessine Bonzas, Football West Development Programmes. Perth Glory, NTC, SAP, local women’s football, upcoming Night Series, football forum

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Teo Pellizzeri. A League, Perth Glory, Melbourne City/Heart, Berisha/Rogic and Victory, Emmerton retiring, Ono moving on from WSW

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Ann Odong, Thewomensgame.com. W League outstanding teams and players, fixtures and results, Perth Glory, appointment of Sarah Walsh and impact on women’s football, Roar’s Nadine Angerer, World Player of the Year

The local forums we promote for good local content are FootballWA’s WA State League facebook page, theroar.com.au’s football blogs, Australian Football on facebook, Football West TV and their facebook page

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Next week’s host and OUTRO

PARTNER PROGRAMME – The Ashfield Project- starting January 25, 9-10am

Email: penny@theworldfootballprogramme.com. Text 0408921832

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

Memberships Radio Fremantle 08 9494 2100 and admin@radiofremantle.com weekdays.

Streaming live radiofremantle.com. Podcasts are held on radiofremantle.com and overwrite the following Saturday

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

Perth Glory 3 Newcastle Jets 2

January 19, 2014 By: Penny Category: W League

Perth Glory Women celebrate a goal against Newcastle. Photo: Getty

Incredible comeback seals Glory win

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Perth Glory Women coach Jamie Harnwell would have preferred his side to start the way they finished, but couldn’t fault the effort of his players to come from behind and win 3-2 against Newcastle Jets at Percy Doyle Reserve.


Report by Kalon Harrison

The Jets took a 2-0 lead inside the first half hour, but a resilient Glory never gave up.

“We wanted to keep a clean sheet and defend well, but we didn’t,” Harnwell said. “I can’t ask the girls to do more to get themselves out of that situation, but we’ve got to do better.

“We’ve still not given up hope on the top four; while it’s still there mathematically, we have to believe that we can make it and try for it.”

Harnwell praised player of the match Elisa D’Ovidio after she was shifted into an unfamiliar role at right-back after performing well there last weekend.

“The way she goes about her football and her commitment and attitude rubs off on all the other girls and it’s really pleasing to see her do well,” he said.

The away side opened the scoring against the flow of the game in the 20th minute when a long ball found its way to Tara Andrews, who beat two defenders and slotted the ball into the bottom corner.

Newcastle doubled their lead eight minutes later when winger Sophie Nenadovic brought the ball inside from the flank and shot early to catch Chantel Jones offguard and find the back of the net.

Glory responded brightly though and within three minutes they had pulled one back.

Newcastle failed to clear their lines after strong pressure from the home side and the ball found its way to D’Ovidio 30 yards out from goal, who lashed a half-volley through a sea of bodies and into the bottom corner of the goal.

Glory grew in confidence and created an abundance of chances that were ruled offside on several occasions.

Rosie Sutton scored Glory’s equaliser with the last kick of the half, slotting the ball cleverly underneath Eliza Campbell after a cross in from Marianna Tabain.

Glory’s fight back was completed when Tabain was found by Sutton on the wing and she finished from the corner of the penalty area across Campbell into the bottom corner with 23 minutes to play.

Perth went about the second half with much more confidence having gone ahead and limited the away side to very few opportunities in the last 20 minutes.

Christina Julien couldn’t quite score the goal she was desperately after in her last match for the Glory, coming close on two occasions in the last 10 minutes, but Campbell was equal to the task on both occasions.

Perth Glory 3 (D’Ovidio 31’, Sutton 45+3, Tabain 67’)
Newcastle Jets 2 (Andrews 20’, Nenadovic 28’)
Saturday January 18, 2014
Percy Doyle Reserve, Sorrento
Local kick-off: 5:00pm
Referee: Kiralee Andrichak
Assistant referees: Jenny Wood, Nico Hoyle, Matthew Southern

Perth Glory squad: 1. Chantel JONES (gk), 3. Cecilie SANDVEJ, 4. Bronwyn STUDMAN, 5. Shannon MAY, 9. Rosie SUTTON, 12. Kate GILL, 13. Elisa D’OVIDIO (18. Amy KNIGHTS 85’), 16. Thia EASTMAN, 17. Marianna TABAIN, 19. Shawn BILLAM (8. Ella MASTRANTONIO 56’), 21. Christina JULIEN (15. Jess DILLON 90’)
Substitutes not used: 28. Gabrielle DAL BUSCO (gk)
Yellow cards: Studman 50’
Red cards: Nil

Newcastle Jets squad: 1. Eliza CAMPBELL (gk), 2. Hannah BREWER, 4. Siahn BOZANIC, 5. Ciara McCORMICK, 7. Gema SIMON, 9. Tara ANDREWS, 10. Rhali DOBSON (17. Lauren BROWN 82’), 12. Hannah BEARD (6. Ashley SPINA 10’), 14. Sophie NENADOVIC, 16. Cassidy DAVIS, 18. Clare WHEELER (23. Stacey DAY 70’)
Substitutes not used: 20. Claire COELHO (gk)
Yellow cards: Nil
Red cards: Nil

footballwest.com.au

Melville City FC training and Bunnings Sausage Sizzle

January 19, 2014 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Senior team training commences Thursday January 23 at Troy St Park, Applecross.

The club has a premier and reserve team in the Premier State League competition and a Third Division Metropolitan womens team.

The coaching staff includes Tony Carvajal and Gary Crerie, top grade women’s football orientated coaches who will bring out your best skills and attitude.

Melville is the largest club in Western Australia and this year is prioritising retaining members by listening to you and what you want, providing opportunities to upskills players and families with coaching, refereeing and first aid skills, and increasing the numbers of girls in the Rooball competitions played in house at Len Shearer Booragoon.

The club is raising awareness of the girls teams with a Bunnings sausage sizzle Monday January 27 at the Leach Highway Myaree store and a Club Open Day Sunday February 9 from 9-11am at Len Shearer.

To register your interest email penny@melvillecityfc.com.au, ring/text Penny on 0408921832 or visit our club page and sign up for our email group http://www.melvillecityfc.com.au/teams/junior-girls-and-womens.

Roll on 2014!

Players Wanted – Subiaco AFC

January 19, 2014 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Subiaco AFC is pleased to announce preseason training for our women’s squad will commence on Tuesday 21st January. Preseason training will then run on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6.30pm to 8pm at Rosalie Park, Onslow Road, Shenton Park.
We have appointed a number of experienced coaches across all four of our teams, which will be supported by a specialist goal keeper coach for the 2014 season. I would like to encourage all players that are interested in joining Subiaco AFC, regardless of skill level come along to preseason.
During the preseason we’ll be conducting player trails plus we’ll also be having two official trail games for players interested in State and our Div 2 team. Any social players that aren’t interested in the trials please don’t feel pressured to do so, we’ll find a place for you with our division 4 team.
If there are any goal keepers out there looking for a club we would love to hear from you.
For any enquiries on joining the women’s squad please contact Andrea Ahearn on aj_ahearn@hotmail.com or 0408 152 826.