Brisbane Roar Women's FC News

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Brisbane Roar sweat out victory against Sydney FC

Brisbane Roar sweat out victory against Sydney FC

On a balmy Sydney afternoon, Brisbane Roar kicked off the W-League 2017/18 season with a bang, defeating Sydney FC 3-1 at Allianz Arena thanks to a first minute strike from Katrina Gorry and a brace from Allira Toby.
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Brisbane Roar Re-sign Westfield W-League Coach Mel Andreatta

[Image: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images] Brisbane Roar have announced the re-signing of Westfield W-League coach Mel Andreatta. Andreatta ascended to the top job before the 2016/17 Westfield W-League campaign, after previously working at the Roar as an assistant and as Queensland’s National Training Centre coach. BREAKING NEWS | We're two for two, as @WLeague head coach […]
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FOOTBALLQUEENSLAND.COM.AU

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Roar's Tameka Butt celebrating #iwd2017

Roar's Tameka Butt celebrating #iwd2017

This morning our Westfield W-League star Tameka Butt was on Channel 10's Toasted TV showcasing her talents and having a bit of fun to celebrate International Women's Day 2017!
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BRISBANEROAR.COM.AU

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Brisbane Roar keep finals hopes alive with Wanderers win

It was a 3-0 win to the Brisbane Roar after a Tameka Butt hat-trick* the Western Sydney Wanderers could not recover from. Brisbane Roar captain Clare Polkinghorne celebrated her 100th for the Roar and became the first player to reach the milestone in the W-League. Brisbane Roar – Key Points and Players Tameka Butt opened ...
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History for Captain Clare Polkinghorne

History for Captain Clare Polkinghorne

Eight years, two months and 13 days after playing her first, Brisbane Roar and Matildas captain Clare Polkinghorne will become the first player to reach 100 Westfield W-League matches.
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