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Ellenbrook United FC trials December 2

November 30, 2014 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Open Women’s Trials – December 2

Senior Women’s Trials

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The Club are pleased to announce that we are conducting open trials for our Women’s senior teams. We are currently looking to enter a Division One team with options in Div 4 and 5 (Social) to cater for all abilities and strengths.

The club is looking to build on the success of the previous campaign and juniors coming through the ranks at club that is invested in Women’s football.

With our quality coaches and the club now directly linked to the West Australia Soccer Academy (WASA) ELLENBROOK United FC is well poised to offer a superior pathway into senior football.

Please email ladiesfootball@eufc.org.au or call Dean on 0407 227 663 to register your interest and ensure that you receive future updates direct.

You can direct register by visiting our website www.eufc.org.au and clicking on the Girls Trials link

All new and existing players are welcome to attend.

When: Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Time: 7:30pm
Where: Arbor Grove Reserve, Everard Avenue, Ellenbrook

Players are asked to arrive by 7pm  to register and must bring boots, shin pads & water.

Also: Contact the club for Girls Trials at ELLENBROOK UNITED FC

After our fourth season of Girls Football at ELLENBROOK UNITED FC, in Season 2015 EUFC will field girls teams in the following leagues:

U9 – All Girls Team playing in mixed competition

U10 – All Girl Team playing in mixed competition

U11 Girls – multiple teams

U13 Girls – Division 1 and Division 2

U14 Girls – Division 1 and Division 2

U15 Girls – Division 1 and TBA

U17 Girls – Division 1 and Division 2

Perth Glory Women school visit a success

November 28, 2014 By: Penny Category: W League

Glory Women with the Smarter Than Smoking contestants

Friday, November 28, 2014

A group of Perth Glory Women have brought smiles to the faces of local students on a recent visit to Armadale Senior High School.


Kate Gill, Shelina Zadorsky and Gabe Marzano attended the school on Wednesday to deliver a fun coaching session.

Glory players were invited to the school after students produced an entry for the 2014 Smarter Than Smoking Young Directors’ Festival, which included a football element.

The school was approached by Healthway to take part in the campaign, which involved putting together a 30-second advertisement highlighting the negative effects of smoking.

Glory also benefit from significant Healthway funding through the Smarter Than Smoking message.


Star gaze: Shelina Zadorsky, Gabe Marzano and Kate Gill address the students at Armadale Senior High School. Photo: Football West News

After working on the film for three terms the school marked the end of the festival by holding a Wellbeing Expo to celebrate the students’ achievements and showcase their work.

Gill, Zadorsky and Marzano conducted facilitated small-sided games with 25 special-needs students.


Your turn: Gabe Marzano teaching a student a trick or two. Photo: Football West News

Jenni Young, a teacher at the school, spoke of the importance of having Glory women at the school.

“Students with special needs need visuals as well as physical prompts,” she said. “For the message to become real they need to be able to experience it.

“Putting part of the film with the soccer and then having the girls come out here on the day of the celebration just helps in making that message a little bit deeper for them.”

Final whistle: The girls wrap up the session with a Q and A and signed posters. Photo: Football West News

Gill, who is currently the league’s top goal scorer, was truly moved by the experience.

“I’ve achieved some amazing things throughout my career, but in all honesty to be able to captivate and engage the attention of special needs students through football was extremely humbling,” Gill said.

“Their smiles and sheer enjoyment they illustrated was priceless.”

Gill, Zadorsky and Marzano are back to business on Sunday when they travel to WIN Stadium to take on Sydney FC in a match broadcast on ABC TV from 3pm (WA time).

footballwest.com.au

Melville on ball with Miniroos Kick-Off

November 28, 2014 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard, Competitions

Football West News

Friday, November 28, 2014

Melville City will launch a junior program for boys and girls aged 4-9 at Point Walter in February.


Football West News

The club’s AIA Vitality Miniroos Kick-Off program, which is a Football Federation Australia initiative, is one of the first in the country.

Melville’s Miniroos Kick-off program will be held at Point Walter Tennis Courts, Honour Avenue, Bicton, between February 17 and March 21.

The sessions will be held between 8am and 9am.

For more details contact miniroos@melvillecityfc.com.au or visit www.miniroos.com.au.

Glory unchanged for Sydney clash

November 28, 2014 By: Penny Category: W League

Friday, November 28, 2014

It has already been a season of unprecedented success for Perth Glory Women and there is no sign of an end to the record breaking campaign.


But coach Jamie Harnwell has little interest in the record books just yet.

After a week off, it is back to business for the Westfield W-League Premiers as they travel to WIN Stadium to take on Sydney FC on Sunday.

Despite having wrapped up top spot and claiming the first success of Glory’s seven-season W-League history, this match is far from a dead rubber with another milestone on the horizon.

Glory’s nine wins from 10 matches has earned them a 27-point haul equal to the record number of points in a single campaign achieved by Canberra last season.

A draw or victory against Sydney will confirm Glory’s league season as the best since the W-League was formed in 2008.

But the potential to post a record number of points is far from Harnwell’s mind.

“It’s not something I have tried to dwell on too much,” Harnwell said. “It would be a fantastic achievement again for this team if it happens.

“But if you start thinking about what might be, you forget to concentrate on the now, so that’s something to think about after the game.”

Harnwell’s side remains unchanged ahead of the Round 11 clash.

The match has particular resonance for Glory’s Samantha Kerr, Caitlin Foord and Alanna Kennedy, who will take on the club they helped win the 2012-13 W-League Grand Final.

But this will be no easy task against a Sydney outfit seeking a win to seal a place in the finals.

A victory over Glory will also take the Sky Blues a step closer to wrapping up a home semi-final.

“Sydney are a strong team and we had a real arm wrestle with them here, with a bit of Marianna Tabain magic, clinching us the 3 points,” Harnwell said of Glory’s 1-0 win on October 18. “They’ve got quality all over the park, and we can’t go over there complacent.

“They are fighting for a home semi final and we need to match that.”

Catch all the action from WIN Stadium on ABC TV Sunday at 3pm nationally. Coverage is delayed in Perth.
MATCH DETAILS
Sydney FC v Perth Glory

Sunday 30 November 2014
WIN Stadium, Wollongong
Kick-off: 12pm (WA time)

Join the conversation on Twitter using match hashtag #SYDvPER

Sydney FC squad: 1. Casey Dumont (gk), 2. Teresa Polias, 3. Liz Ralston, 4. Alesha Clifford, 5. Jasmyne Spencer, 6. Servet Uzunlar, 7. Nicola Bolger, 8. Amy Harrison, 10. Renee Rollason, 12. Chloe Logarzo, 13. Trudy Camilleri, 14. Olivia Price, 15. Teigen Allen, 16. Samantha Johnson, 17. Kyah Simon, 21. Sian McLaren (gk)
Ins: Kyah Simon, Casey Dumont (both return from injury)
Outs: Alyssa Harris (omitted)
Unavailable: Natalie Tobin, Heidi Makrillos (both unavailable)

Perth Glory squad: 1. Mackenzie Arnold (gk), 2. Sarah Carroll, 3. Carys Hawkins, 4. Bronwyn Studman, 5. Shannon May 6. Alanna Kennedy, 7. Gabrielle Marzano, 9. Caitlin Foord, 12. Kate Gill, 13. Elisa D’Ovidio, 14. Collette McCallum, 15. Shelina Zadorsky, 17. Marianna Tabain, 18. Gabrielle Dal Busco (gk), 20. Samantha Kerr
Ins: none
Outs: none
Unavailable: none

footballwest.com.au

Goals from Under 20 WWC history

November 27, 2014 By: Penny Category: World Football

International Women’s Club Championship 2014

November 27, 2014 By: Penny Category: Competitions, World Football

Thursday, 27 November 2014

This year’s International Women’s Club Championship will be held between November 30th and December 6th.

Sponsored by Nestlé, it is officially named the Nestlé Cup International Women’s Club Championship 2014.

Nishigaoka Soccer Stadium in Tokyo, with the main National Training Center building in the background. The main gate to the complex is to the left of the stand seen here.
The view from the opposite seating area. The back entrance is to the right of the main stand seen in the background. The nearest convenience store is to be found in its vicinity.

Six teams will compete:

Melbourne Victory (Australian W-League champions)
São José Esporte Clube (South American champions)
Arsenal Ladies (FA Women’s Cup winners)
Jiangsu Huatai FC (IWCC Preliminary Tournament winners*)
Okayama Yunogo Belle (Nadeshiko League Regular Series champions)
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies (Nadeshiko League champions)

First Round Matches, to be played on November 30th, in Mimasaka, Okayama Prefecture

Match 1 (11:05) – Live Broadcast
Urawa Red Diamonds Ladies – Jiangsu Huatai FC

Match 2 (14:10) – Recorded Broadcast (19:00)
Okayama Yunogo Belle – Melbourne Victory

Semi-Final Matches, to be played on December 3rd, in Tokyo

Match 3 (16:05) – Live Broadcast
Winners of Match 1 – São José Esporte Clube

Match 4 (19:05) – Recorded Broadcast (22:00)
Arsenal Ladies – Winners of Match 2

Third-place Play-off, to be played on December 6th, in Tokyo

Match 5 (11:35) – Live Broadcast
Losers of Match 3 – Losers of Match 4

Final Match, to be played on December 6th, in Tokyo

Match 6 (15:10) – Live Broadcast
Winners of Match 3 – Winners of Match 4

* Some more information on the IWCC Preliminary Tournament (hitherto referred to as the “Asia Women’s Club Championship”):

Taipei-SCSC from Chinese Taipei played China’s Jiangsu Huatai FC on November 25th. The winner of that game would next play Ryukyu Deigos on the 27th, with the winner of that game qualifying for the IWCC.

Semi-Final Match, played on November 25th in Okinawa Prefecture

Jiangsu Huatai FC  4 – 2  Taipei SCSC

Final Match, to be played on November 27th in Okinawa Prefecture

Jiangsu Huatai FC  7 – 0  Ryukyu Deigos
Jiangsu Huatai FC qualify for the IWCC

From Full Bloom

ABC Television concludes W-League broadcasting after 2014 season

November 27, 2014 By: Penny Category: W League

ABC Television concludes W-League broadcasting after 2014 season

Today’s budget cuts means the end of the W-League on the ABC, a partnership that has lasted seven seasons.

On the back of the Abbott Government’s cutback of $254 million from the public broadcaster over the next five years, ABC Managing Director Mark Scott today announced more than 400 ABC staff could lose their jobs.

In a statement on the ABC website Scott said that those cuts will include state based local sports coverage.

“With the ABC facing declining audience interest in local sport competitions and some codes chasing commercial opportunities, ABC Television is revising its sports strategy to ensure the most cost-efficient use of resources and optimal audience impact.”

From thewomensgame.com

Sky Blues eye Glory on ABC TV

November 27, 2014 By: Penny Category: W League

Ellyse Perry of Sydney FC and Shannon May of the Glory contest for the ball.

Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Staff writer
Tune in to ABC TV each Sunday at 3pm nationally for LIVE Westfield W-League action, this week featuring a potentially epic match-up as ambitious Sydney FC welcome newly-crowned premiers Perth Glory.

The quality of the individuals spread among the two teams is almost without par and spectators at Wollongong’s superb WIN Stadium, not to mention national TV viewers, are set for a treat.

It will also be a reunion of sorts as Caitlin Foord and Sam Kerr return to face their old team for the first time away from home since their off-season move. For Wollongong starlet Foord, the match also marks a rare opportunity to turn out in her hometown.

Following a shocking mid-season Sydney FC know they can lock up a semi-final berth with victory here, and they can also put one hand on a home semi-final. There is indeed much at stake for the Sky Blues.

Perth Glory head east on a massive high, and they proudly boast their maiden Westfield W-League silverware after nailing down top spot in the last round.

The challenge now for Jamie Harnwell’s free-scoring side is to maintain that momentum into the finals. And they could barely have wished for a tougher task than away to Sydney FC.

The ABC TV Sunday afternoon broadcast games are hosted by Stephanie Brantz, with former Westfield Matildas and W-League star Sarah Walsh joining Peter Wilkins in commentary.

Catch all the action Live nationally at 3.00pm Sunday on ABC TV, or catch up from Monday on ABC iView with a full replay each Tuesday at 3.30am.

Join the conversation on Twitter using #wleague


Reference: www.w-league.com.au

The World Football Programme 107.9fm Media Release November 29, 2014

November 27, 2014 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

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Studio hosts: Penny Tanner, Jason Washington-King and Don Evans

Listeners invited to contribute via text on 0408921832. Streaming on radiofremantle.com.

Find us on facebook. Email penny@theworldfootballprogramme.com

THIS WEEKS NEWS

Review of the years events and your moments in football. Plus whats coming up over summer. This is the last WFP for 2014.

10.00-10.30 WA LOCAL TIME

Peter Hugg, CEO Football West

Review Football West for 2014 and things to look forward to in 2015

10.30-11.00 WA TIME PLUS 3HRS SYD TIME

Les Murray, Host of The World Game on SBS, now retired

Favourite moments in the World Game and Australian Football

What we have to look forward to

11.00-11.30 WA TIME PLUS 2 HRS QLD TIME

Jason Brewer, Perth Glory CEO

Review the year for Perth Glory, upcoming FFA Cup Final, Glory Women Finals Series

Sydney v Roar W League on ABC TV Sunday at 3pm this week.

11.30-12.00 WA TIME PLUS 3HRS SYD TIME

Ann Odong, The Women’s Game

The year in women’s football and upcoming summer and 2015

The local forums we promote for good local content are The World Football Programme on facebook, FootballWA’s WA State League facebook page, Football Today, The womensgame, womensoccer.com.au, Australian Football on facebook, Football West facebook page

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OUTTRO LAST SHOW FOR 2014 UNTIL FEBRUARY 2015

The Women’s Game Round 10 Review

November 21, 2014 By: Penny Category: W League

Podcast: Round 10 Review

Podcast: Round 10 Review

10 rounds down, two to go, three teams out of the finals, one has secured their place and four fight it out for the remaining three positions.

On the podcast this week we look Sydney FC getting back in the winners circle with a statement making win over Adelaide, Perth Glory cruising against the Wanderers and to the premiership, Newcastle Jets and Canberra United play out a pulsating draw that thrilled the fans but helped neither’s finals quest and the defending champions remain in the hunt to defend their title… just.

Ann and Cheryl are joined by Rachel Collier to look at how the race for the finals is shaping up.

http://thewomensgame.com/2014/11/podcast-round-10-review/