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World Masters Games Meeting

April 18, 2016 By: Penny Category: Masters News

Tuesday April 19


Bayswater City FC

Initial meeting to gauage interest for Football West to send masters age womens teams to the World Masters Games 2017, New Zealand.

World Master Games Meeting April 19 at Bayswater

April 16, 2016 By: Penny Category: Masters News

Regards interest in the 2017 World Masters.
The meeting will be held on Tuesday 19th April, 6.30 – 7.30pm at the Bayswater City Soccer Club, Cnr Garrett Rd & Whatley Cres, Bayswater. Some light refreshment will be provided and the bar will be open.

So we have a better picture of those who are interested in playing in the games, can you please reply to this email with answers to the questions below.

Age (as at 31 Dec 17):
Can You Attend the Meeting:
Current Club:
Years of Experience:
Level of Competition Reached:
Preferred Positions:
Perferred Age Group/s for the Games (Choose multiple if you are happy to be considered for other age groups)
Over 40: Y – N – Maybe
Over 45: Y – N – Maybe
Over 50: Y – N – Maybe

We have had a great response from interested players, there is room for a few more so please feel free to pass this email onto other over 39 year old players who may be interested in getting involved.

We look forward to seeing you next Tuesday and working together for WA women’s football on the path to NZ World Masters.

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April 14, 2016 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

Wrap for The World Football Programme this Saturday from 10am-12:

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Join The World Football Programme Team this Saturday on Radio Fremantle 107.9fm Radio for 2 hours of football from 10am WA time. Hosts Penny Tanner and Peter Szkiela line up a huge list of guests including Scott Miller (Cockburn City), Doug Hesketh (Mandurah City), women’s football guest, Peter Filopoulos (Perth Glory), Ray Gatt (The Australian Newspaper), Peter Hugg (former Football West CEO). The agenda includes wraps of major men’s and women’s leagues, ALeague finals and Socceroos World Cup Qualifiers. We’ll share some good social platforms for football news and keep you informed of the latest local and national footballing news. Supply us your club news via facebook post or text us on 0408921832 between 10-12noon this Saturday on 107.9fm.
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Queens Park off to a flying start Round 1, Premier League, 2016

April 11, 2016 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Goals from Brooke Johnston and Nicole Campbell were enough for Queens Park to earn a 3-1 win over the Northern Redbacks in the Bankwest Women’s State League Premier Division fixture at Coker Park on Sunday.

Report by Adrian Klein

Queens Park proved to be all too much for the defending champions as costly mistakes in the seventh and 31st minutes saw them concede two goals in the first half.

Redbacks captain Shawn Billam said that her team’s first half performance wasn’t good enough.

“Our first half performance was not as good as it needed to be,” she said.

“We were a little bit slow off the blocks and the wind was pretty hard to play in truth.”

A handball inside the box allowed Queens Parks skipper Nicole Campbell to score from the spot in the seventh minute.

The home side were contesting the Redbacks defence with goalkeeper Lauren Blizard saving a one-on-one shot from Queens Park’s Rebecca Di Carlo.

Queens’ high pressure football paid off as Johnston intercepted a poor pass-back, taking it around Blizard to score against an open net.

The Redbacks still had hope with Renee Leota’s shot edging its way into the bottom right corner past goalkeeper Danelle Cornish in the 36th minute.

Queens Park coach Ben Anderton said that his side didn’t take advantage of the strong winds in the first half.

“Having the wind we should’ve taken more shots, so we didn’t really capitalise on that,” he said.

Queens Park continued to dominate possession in the second half having a string of shots but was unable to convert.

It took just over 30 minutes from the restart for Johnston to get her second after she received a low cross just outside the box, took a few touches and slotted the ball into the back of the net in the 78th minute.

Johnston almost got her third as she fired from long range when she saw the Redbacks goalkeeper out of position, but couldn’t keep it under the bar.

Anderton said that his side deserved win.

“We could’ve got a few more, but in saying that, the girls worked really hard and I’m happy to come away with the win.”

Queens Park SC 3 (Campbell (P) 7 mins, Johnston 31, 78)
Northern Redbacks SC 1 (Leota 36 mins)
Sunday, 10 April 2016
Coker Park, Cannington
Referee: Adam Stevenson

Queens Park: GK Danelle CORNISH, 3 Rebecca DICARLO, 4 Natasha RIGBY, 6 Monique Gordon, 7 Brittany WOODFIN, 8 Stacey LEARMONT, 9 Brooke JOHNSTON, 10 Nicole CAMPBELL (c), 11 Sadie LAWRENCE, 12 Alex Dercksen, 13 Georgie KENT, 15 Jessica DARMARGO, 21 Emma YLIAS, 22 Jaumee GIBBONS, 25 Jannay KOHLER
Yellow cards: Nil
Red cards: Nil

Northern Redbacks: GK Lauren BLIZARD, 2 Jessica WHEATMAN, 3 Georgia DONALDSON, 4 Nicola WILLIAMS, 5 Lyndsey VALENTINE, 7 Lauren RILEY, 8 Demi VANCE, 9 Keeley HOLLIDAY, 11 Emily DUNN, 12 Shawn BILLAM (c), 14 Renee LEOTA, 15 Jacinta COLEMAN, 16 Emily HENDERSON, 17 Elenaor BLACKMORE, 20 Kathleen WAYCOTT
Yellow cards: Riley 53’
Red cards: Nil

State League Division One Fixtures WA Round 1

April 08, 2016 By: Penny Category: Competitions


Stirling Panthers won the preseason Night Series on penalties over Wanneroo City Soccer Club Inc.. Fremantle City won the League Championship in 2015 however East Fremantle take their position in the Premier League due to ongoing negotiations with between Fremantle United and East Fremantle over the Fremantle City Joint Venture. Kelmscott withdraw from the State League into Metro Division One and Ellenbrook United F.C. join Stirling Panthers as the new entrants to State League Division One.

Women’s State League Division One Round One
Leeming Strikers SC
Curtin University FC
1:00 PM / Sun 10 Apr
John Connell Reserve A

Bassendean Caledonian SC
Stirling Panthers SC
1:00 PM / Sun 10 Apr
Jubilee Reserve A

Wanneroo City SC
Cockburn City SC
1:00 PM / Sun 10 Apr
Wanneroo A

Subiaco AFC
Noranda Women’s FC
3:00 PM / Sun 10 Apr
Rosalie Park 1

UWA-Nedlands FC
Ellenbrook United
3pm UWA Sports PArk

Premier Fixtures WA Round 1

April 08, 2016 By: Penny Category: Competitions

Bankwest Women’s Premier Division
Round 1: Sunday, April 10

NTC v Beckenham Angels, Celebration Park (12pm)
Queens Park v Northern Redbacks, Coker Park (3pm)
Balcatta v Quinns, Grindleford Reserve (3pm)
Melville City v East Fremantle, Len Shearer (3pm)

Mariana Tabain is back playing for Beckenham after her WLeague Championship season with Melbourne City. Along with Glory names Shannon May and Kat Jukic, the Angels will again be formidable and possibly playing a different style of football on their new Mills Park Complex surface.
Queens Park will be the team to beat after their convincing displays and trophy in the preseason Night Series. Former Glory player Stacey Learmont won the finals fairest and best.
Northern Redbacks will have there work cut out defending their 2015 Premier League Title after surprisingly missing out on a Night Series Grand Final berth this year.
Melville showed their preseason programme was working with a first Night Series Grand Final berth which won them many fans with their terrific work ethic under young Coach Gabby Walker-Ortega.

The World Football Programme Radio 107.9FM

April 08, 2016 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

Tune into The World Football Programme from 10am Saturday on Radio Fremantle 107.9FM.

The World Football Programme

Penny Tanner and Steve Farrell are in the studio talking all things football.

10.10 -11.00 Previews, reviews

Tommy Doleman PS4 NPLWA

All Flags State League

Chris Brady, Amateur League

  Perth Glory and A-League

Socceroos qualifiers

11.00 -11.58 Women’s football

Lisa DeVanna, Westfield Matildas captain

Matildas Olympic planning

  Conrad McKelvie, Northern Redbacks coach

Bankwest State League

Junior football

Join the conversation by texting us on Saturday from 10am on 0408 921 832, sharing your comments and news on our Facebook Group or listening in live via the www.radiofremantle.comstream.

The World Football Programme, 107.9fm Saturdays from 10am to midday (WA time).


Hammersley Rovers seeking new players

April 07, 2016 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

Western Knights women’s team looking for players

April 01, 2016 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

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Matildas rank number 5

April 01, 2016 By: Penny Category: World Football

Australia have moved to their highest ever world ranking (Getty Images)
Australia have moved to their highest ever world ranking (Getty Images)

Matildas claim AFC no.1 ranking, move into world Top 5

For the first time since May 2010, the Asian Football Confederation as a new number one team with Australia claiming the position with a historic best world number 5 ranking.

Australia’s move up four places and into the world elite comes on the back of their strong performances at this month’s 2016 AFC Women’s Olympic Qualifiers.

Number 5 is Australia’s highest ranking since the FIFA Women’s World Rankings were introduced on 16 July 2003 and the highest ranking for an Australian national team.

During the tournament, the Matildas claimed four wins and one draw against AFC counterparts Japan, Vietnam, Korea Republic, DPR Korea and China.

As well as their highest ever world ranking, the Matildas have amassed their best ever points total of 2014 – beating their previous best of 1968.

Matildas progression in world rankings (Source:


[MORE | Lachy France: How the world rankings are calculated]


The qualifiers saw Japan and DPR Korea, who had alternatively held the AFC no.1 spot since 25 March 2005, drop to second and third in the AFC, respectively.

Alongside Australia, China were the other big winners from the qualifiers  with the Rio bound Steel Roses gaining an incredible 65 points and moving up 5 places to number 12.

The rankings took into account matches from the Olympic Qualifiers for CONCACAF, UEFA, OFC and the AFC, 2016 Algarve Cup and the new SheBelieves Cup. While the top 3 of USA, Germany and France remained unchanged, with Japan’s fall, England moved up a place into fourth.

Other big moves in the Top 20 included Pia Sundhage’s Sweden rising two spots to sixth, while Norway falling to 11th, making room for Canada in the top ten. Meanwhile Switzerland also moved up a spot to 19th, courtesy of their 2-1 win over Norway.

The next FIFA Women’s World Ranking will be published on 24 June 2016.

Rankings Notes

Leader USA
Moves into top ten Canada
Moves out of top ten Norway
Matches played in total 150
Most matches played Canada (11)
Biggest move by ranks Mali (93rd) and Philippines (73rd), up 7
Biggest drop by ranks Vietnam (35th), down 6
Newly ranked teams Burkina Faso, Guinea, Singapore, Tunisia
Teams no longer ranked due to prolonged inactivity Antigua and Barbuda, Bermuda, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Chile, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay