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Five Westfield Matildas in Young Matildas squad for 2018 AFF Women’s Championship

November 18, 2018 By: Penny Category: WA on the world stage

A 23-player Westfield Young Matildas squad has been selected to compete in the 2018 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Women’s Championship to be held in Indonesia between 30 June and 13 July.

The 2018 AFF Women’s Championship will see Australia, coached for the tournament by former Westfield Matilda Leah Blayney, come up against the senior national teams of Thailand, Malaysia, Timor-Leste, and Cambodia in Group A of the competition.

All of Australia’s matches at the 2018 AFF Women’s Championship will be played at the Jakabaring Stadium in the city of Palembang, which is the capital of South Sumatra.

The Westfield Young Matildas will kick-off their Group A games with a clash against Malaysia on 30 June.

This fixture will be followed by games against Timor-Leste (4 July), Cambodia (6 July), and finally Thailand (8 July).

Blayney’s charges will need to finish in the top two of Group A following their four pool matches to advance to the semi-finals of the competition, as well as either the Final or third place play-off.

Alex Chidiac in action for the Westfield Matildas.
Alex Chidiac in action for the Westfield Matildas.

Australia’s squad for the 2018 AFF Women’s Championship features players hailing from all over the nation, as well as some of whom to have already been capped at senior international level.

Such players include Larissa Crummer, Emily Condon, Rachel Lowe, Princess Ibini, and Alex Chidiac.

Blayney said that the tournament will provide a fantastic learning experience for the group.

“We have selected a young squad for the 2018 AFF Women’s Championship in Indonesia,” said Blayney.

“We have also opted to select a few overage players for the tournament to help them continue their international football development.”

“Many of Australia’s elite, emerging young female players will be exposed to international competition against senior national women’s football teams from across South-East Asia while we are in Indonesia,” she said.

Rachel Lowe is one of five Westfield Matildas in the squad for the AFF Women’s Championship.
Rachel Lowe is one of five Westfield Matildas in the squad for the AFF Women’s Championship.

Westfield Young Matildas Squad for the 2018 AFF Women’s Championship to be held in Indonesia

Name Member Federation
Jada Whyman (Gk) Football New South Wales
Morgan Aquino (Gk) Football West
Annie Grove (Gk) Northern New South Wales Football
Kaitlyn Torpey Football Queensland
Emily Hodgson Football Federation South Australia
Tori Tumeth Football New South Wales
Larissa Crummer Football Queensland
Courtney Nevin Football New South Wales
Karly Roestbakken Capital Football
Beth Gordon Football New South Wales
Taylor Ray Football New South Wales
Susan Phonsongkham Football New South Wales
Kyra Cooney-Cross Football Federation Victoria
Emily Condon Football Federation South Australia
Rachel Lowe Football New South Wales
Princess Ibini Football New South Wales
Mary Fowler Football New South Wales
Alex Chidiac Football Federation South Australia
Amy Sayer Football New South Wales
MelindaJ Barbieri Football Federation Victoria
Cortnee Vine Football Queensland
Holly McNamara Football Federation Victoria
Angelique Hristodoulou Football New South Wales

2018 AFF Women’s Championship – Westfield Young Matildas Fixtures (Group A)

Malaysia v Westfield Young Matildas
Date: Saturday, 30 June 2018
Venue: Jakabaring Stadium Palembang, Indonesia
Kick-off: 4pm (local); 7pm (AEST)

Westfield Young Matildas v Timor-Leste
Date: Wednesday, 4 July 2018
Venue: Jakabaring Stadium Palembang, Indonesia
Kick-off: 7pm (local); 10pm (AEST)

Westfield Young Matildas v Cambodia
Date: Friday, 6 July 2018
Venue: Jakabaring Stadium Palembang, Indonesia
Kick-off: 4pm (local); 7pm (AEST)

Thailand v Westfield Young Matildas
Date: Sunday, 8 July 2018
Venue: Jakabaring Stadium Palembang, Indonesia
Kick-off: 7pm (local); 10pm (AEST)

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Australind Girls Soccer Carnival 2018

November 18, 2018 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

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AJSC Girls’ Carnival

Welcome to the Girls’ Carnival page for 2018. The carnival will be held on the 7th of July, so get your teams together and we will be looking forward to seeing you then.This year’s carnival looks to be bigger and better than last year so get your teams in early so you don’t miss out.

2018 Information

Australind  Logo FINALThe 2018 Carnival will be held at the Australind Soccer pitches at the Leschenault Recreation Grounds on Leisure Drive in Australind.

Registration will open at 8am.

The first games are scheduled to start at 9am but will be dependent on fixtures.
We hope to have presentations done by 5pm
The Age groups will be as follows: (note these are slightly different to last year)
u10 (born 2008, 2009, 2010) 7 a side SSG
u12 (born 2006, 2007, 2008) 9 a side SSG
u15 (born 2003, 2004, 2005) 11 a side FIFA
u18 (born 2000, 2001, 2002) 11 a side FIFA
All players must be registered with Football West to play.
Any questions please contact Steph Garner at AJSCcarnival@gmail.com

2018 Fixtures

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Football West Women’s Premier League Top Goal Scorers as at May 31, 2018

November 18, 2018 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

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Football West Top Goal Scorers Women’s Premier League May 11, 2018

November 18, 2018 By: Penny Category: Club Noticeboard

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THE WORLD FOOTBALL PROGRAMME ON 107.9FM THIS SATURDAY APRIL 28

November 18, 2018 By: Penny Category: Football in the Media

On the show this Saturday, 107.9FM Radio, from 10am, Penelope TannerHoath, Rod Banjac, Dave Kindness and Rose, catch up with this week’s football news.

Rose tests our first guest’s football knowledge with her Know Your Football Quiz.

Perth Glory owner, Tony Sage, answers some of the questions we are all wanting to know about where to for Perth Glory from here?

Jessine Bonzas, Women’s NTC Coach, reviews their fantastic start to the season as Night Series Champions and now sitting atop the Women’s Premier League.

Rod Banjac, Forrestfield United Head Coach and Dave Kindness, Murdoch Melville’s President, review the top tiers in local men’s football and how less football registrations in 2018 affects the local game.

Michael Dawson, Vice President of Broome Soccer Association, lets us in on why Broome is one of the fastest growing areas of junior football in Australia.

10-1020 Rod Banjac and Dave Kindness (review results and the weeks news)
1020-1045 Jessine Bonzas (women’s football)
1050-11.20 Tony Sage (Perth Glory)
1120-1140 Michael Dawson (BSA)
1140-12 Rod Banjac and Dave Kindness (preview fixtures, open discussion)

Tune in to 107.9fm between 10-12 noon Saturday
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Westfield Matildas secure qualification for seventh successive FIFA Women’s World Cup

November 18, 2018 By: Penny Category: WA on the world stage, World Football

Saturday, 14 April 2018
Sydney, Australia

The Westfield Matildas will take on the world’s best in Europe next year after the team sealed its place at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ in France courtesy of a 1-1 draw with Japan at the Amman International Stadium in Jordan on Friday (local time).

Samantha Kerr’s 86th minute equaliser against Japan not only propelled the Westfield Matildas to next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup™, but also ensured that Alen Stajcic’s side advanced to the Semi-Finals of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2018 which is being contested in Amman.

As winners of Group B ahead of Japan, Korea Republic, and Vietnam, Australia will now face Group A Runner-up Thailand at the King Abdullah II Stadium on Tuesday evening, with kick-off at 11.45pm AEST.

The Westfield Matildas defeated Thailand 5-0 at nib Stadium in Perth last month in a pre-AFC Women’s Asian Cup friendly.

Matildas celebrate
The Westfield Matildas are heading to their seventh consecutive FIFA Women’s World Cup™.

The Westfield Matildas’ Semi-Final clash against Thailand will be broadcast live, exclusive, and ad-break free during play on FOX SPORTS, and the victor will advance to the tournament’s Final against either China PR or Japan.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) Chairman, Mr Steven Lowy AM, today congratulated the Westfield Matildas for securing their place in next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup™, which is another significant milestone for women’s football in Australia.

“The first goal at this year’s AFC Women’s Asian Cup in Jordan was for the team to qualify for France, so on behalf of FFA and the entire football community we congratulate and acknowledge the players, coaches and staff in Jordan for achieving that target,” said Lowy.

“While everyone involved with the team, as well as fans, can begin to dream of what can be achieved in France next year, I know Alen (Stajcic), the staff and players remain focussed on the second goal of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup, which is winning it,” he said.

FFA Chief Executive Officer, Mr David Gallop AM, echoed Lowy’s sentiments.

“It’s fantastic that the squad have booked their ticket to France,” said Gallop. “The Westfield Matildas have had a tremendous 12 months on and off the pitch, and are now just two games away from becoming AFC Women’s Asian Cup Champions for a second time.”

“Hopefully by next Saturday morning Australia will be celebrating being the reigning AFC Asian Cup Champions in both men’s and women’s football,” he said.

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ in France will be held between 7 June and 7 July next year across nine hosts cities. In December 2018 Australia will discover its path to becoming world champions for the first time when the official draw is held in Boulogne-Billancourt.

AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2018 – Semi-Final
Westfield Matildas v Thailand
Date: Tuesday, 17 April 2018
Venue: King Abdullah II Stadium, Amman, Thailand
Kick-off: 4.45pm (local); 11.45pm (AEST)
Broadcast: LIVE & EXCLUSIVE on FOX SPORTS
Note: Winner will advance to the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2018 Final against either China PR or Japan

Image credit: Emily Mogic

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