W-League News

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South African duo sign for Australia's Canberra United

Australian W-League side Canberra United have snapped up the South African international duo of Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi, the club confirmed on Monday. United coach Heather Garriock says she was impressed with the Banyana Banyana duo after an extended trial and believes they can be a hit for the club. "In their short time here in Canberra Fifi [Jane] and Rhoda have been very impressive," Garriock told the club's website. "It was hard for them to get here, and then to come in to a different...
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Arsenal snap up Victory backroom staff

Arsenal snap up Victory backroom staff

Arsenal have signed Melbourne Victory video analyst Aaron D'Antino to join the staff of former Melbourne City W-League coach Joe Montemurro on the EPL side's women's team.
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Canberra sign Jets duo

Canberra sign Jets duo

Canberra United have become the first W-League team to make a signing for the 2018/19 season as Nikola Orgill and Natasha Prior put pen to paper.
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Australia names 16-year-old Amy Sayer in Tournament of Nations squad

Tournament of Nations: Sam Kerr (16') Japan 1-2 Australia Get caught up with all the storylines from week 16 in the NWSL, including Lynn Williams netting a hat trick in the NC Courage's 4-0 win over Sky Blue. Get caught up with all the storylines from week 15 in the NWSL, including a Sam Kerr hat trick against her former club. The Matildas are set to blood a 16-year-old bolter when they defend their Tournament of Nations crown in the United States -- one of their last formal warm-ups before next year's Women's World Cup. Amy Sayer is the only uncapped player in coach Alen Stajcic's 20-strong squad for the tournament, which pits Australia against three of the world's leading women's soccer nations in Brazil, the United States and Japan. Midfielder Sayer is coming off an impressive debut W-League season with Canberra United...
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GALEA’S RISE TO CAPTAIN AN INSPIRATION

By Nick Rahovitsas Although petite in build, Stephanie Galea is nothing short of strong and bold when it comes to her speed and skill on the football field. Being a dedicated football player gives Galea many opportunities and she hopes an opportunity to play W-League is not far off. For
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