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October 18, 2013 By: Penny Category: Competitions

South West Women’s Football Awards

October 16, 2013 By: Penny Category: Trophy winners

Premier Division Winners

Player of the Year – Hayley Castrilli – Hay Park

R/Up Player of the Year – Deb Farrell – Dynamos

Youth Player of the Year – Kim Cleggett – Dynamos

Players Player of the Year – Michelle Wood – Hay Park

Golden Boot – Hayley Castrilli – Hay Park

Golden Glove – Michelle Wood Hay Park

Hay Park and Dynamos dominated the awards

Reserves Division

Player of the Year – Angela Atherton – Hay Park

R/Up Player of the Year – Candace Winder – Dunsborough

Players Player of the Year – Jo Scheuter – Dunsborough

Golden Boot – Angela Atherton – Hay Park

Golden Glove – Sharon Warrilow – Dynamos

Championship Division

Player of the Year – Kirsten Thompson – Collie

R/Up Player of the Year – Sarah Dalton – Blackwood

Players Player of the Year – Kirsten Thompson – Collie

Golden Boot – Shahni Lovett – Blackwood

Golden Glove – Sue Engle – Blackwood

Thanks to Deb Farrell for the information and congratulations to Deb on her award and fantastic tour with the West Australian Manray Masters team to the World Games Italy this year.

Redbacks bite to claim Night Series

April 12, 2013 By: Penny Category: Night Series

Monday, April 08, 2013

Northern Redbacks were crowned 2013 Premier Division Night Series champions at Coker Park last night in what manager Neil Bennett described as a good advert for women’s football in Western Australia.


Report by Kelechi Osunwa

The Redbacks dominated a very spirited Queens Park side who left nothing in the tank but failed to produce any goals in a first half where both defences made important tackles.

“It was very close the first half,” Bennett said.

“We had to work really, really hard – Queens Park defended really well and made us work for every single ball.

“We realised that was always going to be the case and we instructed the girls to keep the ball moving and to make them work as hard as we possibly could.”

Despite the growing influence of Leigh Kelly and Sadie Murphy, the Redbacks couldn’t find a way past the immense pairing of Brittany Woodfin and Monique Gordon in defence for Queens Park.

After Bennett spoke to his team at half time about being more composed and patient with ball, the Redbacks pressure finally paid off.

From a half-cleared corner, the ball fell to the feet of Carla Bennett.

The Tracey Wheeler Medal winner volleyed past a crowd of bodies into the bottom corner to give the Redbacks the lead.

Queens Park coach Steve Woodfin felt the pressure from the Redbacks took its toll on his side that had been competitive for the entire game.

“We conceded one too many corners,” Woodfin said.

“We’ve got a few things to learn but we’ll get there.

“I’m very happy with the way we’ve gone and we’re still improving, that’s what I want.

“I thought we did (match them), but we lacked that little bit of composure in the middle of the field, but other than that I think we’ll get there.”

The Redbacks victory was finally sealed when Amy Knight broke away from the Queens Park defence, before unleashing a shot from outside the box that any player would have been proud of.

At the end of the game Neil Bennett was full of praise both sides.

“They’re a quality side Queens Park so it’s a great win over a very good team, but our back four today was magnificent.

“Our midfield worked their socks off and it was just a great team performance all round.”

Queens Park 0
Northern Redbacks 2 (Carla Bennett 62’, Amy Knight 80’)

Sunday 7th April 2013
Venue – Coker Park
Kick off – 7:30pm
Attendance – 500 (Approx)
Referee – J. Wood
Assistant Referees – J. Washington – Wing, G. Laval

Northern Redbacks: 1. Kathleen Waycott, 5. Amy KNIGHTS, 7. Lauren RILEY, 8. Leigh KELLY, 12. Sadie MURPHY, 3. Aleisha DYER, 9. Jackie NELLANY, 14. Larissa WALSH, 10. Rebecca DAVIES, 6. Carla BENNETT, 13. Charlotte FARROLL, 11. Emily DUNN, 16. Rita MANKOWSKA, 4. Nicola, WILLIAMS, 2. Ashlee BAGER, 15. Clare DUNN
Yellow Cards: Nil
Red Cards: Nil

Queens Park: 1. Maya DIEDERICHSEN, 3. Temira ROWATT, 2. Helene BORDAS, 5. Michelle KENT, 6. Monique GORDON, 7. Brittany WOODFIN, 8. Stacy LEARMONT, 10. Nikki CAMPBELL, 17. Lesley ZMURCHUK, 14. Jess BYRNE, 15. Jessica DARMAGO, 11. Ashley KANE, 16. Emily DEAN, 20. Leanne WEBB, 21. Penelope CLAYON, 12. Jessica BACKSHALL
Yellow Cards: Byrne 54’
Red Cards: Nil

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2013 Margaret River Football Carnival

February 06, 2013 By: Penny Category: Competitions

2013 Margaret River Football Carnival

Football Margaret River would like to invite you to our 19th pre season Football Carnival.

This will be held on the weekend of February 23rd & 24th 2013 at the Western Oval, Gloucester Park, Margaret River.

As in previous years, the 1st prize will be 15 bottles of premium Margaret River wine valued at $400.

Finalists can also expect other prizes. There will again be lots of fun, raffes and a great football atmosphere.

The tournament fee is $250 per participating male team and $200 per participating female team.

Entries close Friday 1st February 2013.

Please download, complete and return the slip below with your payment as soon as possible. Team numbers are limited and early replies will take precedence. In the event of an excess of applications Football Margaret River may limit entries to 2 teams per club ( ie 1 men’s & 1 ladies team).

Accommodation is the responsibility of every team but Football Margaret River will assist in any way they can.

Further information and tournament details will be forwarded in early February.

Please return the slip below with your cheques as soon as possible as places are limited.

Participating clubs are bound by Annexe 31 of FW Rules of Competition & Disciplinary Regulations.

http://ffsw.com.au/index.php/ffsw-news/leagues-news/item/99-2013-margaret-river-football-carnival

Vale Ron Tindall

September 13, 2012 By: Penny Category: History

Vale Ron Tindall

Wednesday, 12 September 2012 7:53 AM
Vale Ron Tindall

The football family is mourning the loss of coaching great Ron Tindall, who passed away on Sunday at the age of 76.

A former Chelsea and Portsmouth player, Tindall had a big impact on the coaching ethos of the game in Western Australia through a decade-long stint as State Director of Coaching.

One of the most knowledgeable and respected coaches, Tindall’s achievements were recognised in 2008 with the Order of Australia Medal for service to sport “particularly the development of football and through the education and development of sports coaches”.

Tindall was born in the London suburb of Streatham in 1935 and at the age of 16 was playing first team football with Camberley Wanderers.

He joined Chelsea’s new youth system in 1953 and over eight seasons turned out on 174 occasions for the club, scoring 69 goals in a prolific strike partnership with Jimmy Greaves.

After a short spell with West Ham United (13 games, 3 goals) and a season at Reading (36 games, 12 goals) before seeing out his playing days with Portsmouth (162 games, 7 goals).

In retirement Tindall coached Portsmouth for a couple of years after which he emigrated to Western Australia.

Between 1977 and 1987 he held the dual role of State Coach and Director of Coaching, a period that included time as an assistant coach with Australia’s Olympic football team.

Tindall was also a Development Coach with the Department for Recreation and Sport for 12 years, founded the Coaching Foundation of WA and helped set up the football programme at the West Australian Institute of Sport.

Tindall was inducted into the Football Hall of Fame in 2002 and Football West’s annual State Premier League Coach of the Year award is named in his honour.

Image: Jamie Judges

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