W-League News

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Expanding Horizons: A discussion about the introduction of a 10th W-League team

Later this year, the Westfield W-League is set to reach an important milestone as it commences its 10th season. In that time period the W-League has powered the growth and success of the Matildas, along with the progression and popularity of women’s football at grassroots. Now, more than ever, there has been increased interest in ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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Expanding Horizons: Is it time for a 10th W-League team?

Later this year, the Westfield W-League is set to reach an important milestone as it commences its 10th season. In that time period the W-League has powered the growth and success of the Matildas, along with the progression and popularity of women’s football at grassroots. Now, more than ever, there has been increased interest in ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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Canberra United appoint Matildas legend Heather Garriock as head coach

Canberra United has announced the appointment of current Matildas Assistant Coach Heather Garriock as Head Coach for the W-League. Garriock becomes the sixth coach for the two time W-League champions and takes the reigns following the departure of Rae Dower last month. “I am obviously humbled by the opportunity but I’m looking forward to coming ...
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THEWOMENSGAME.COM

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FFA reject Southern Expansion bid

FFA reject Southern Expansion bid

Southern Expansion has expressed its “deep disappointment” that Football Federation Australia (FFA) has decided not to consider its offer to immediately enter a team in the W-League in season 2017-18.
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FOURFOURTWO.COM.AU

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Remy Siemsen's Stellar Season

Remy Siemsen's Stellar Season

After enjoying a stellar debut season in the Westfield W-League, youngster Remy Siemsen’s efforts were duly rewarded with her named Westfield W-League Players’ Player of the Year, and Golden Boot, at our Sky Blue Ball awards night on Friday.
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SYDNEYFC.COM

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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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Manly thump Football NSW Institute

A brace from striker Remy Siemsen saw Manly United thump Football NSW Institute 4-0 on Sunday afternoon. It followed Siemsen being crowned Players Player late last week after a great season for Sydney FC in the W-League. Sunny Franco and Maddy Neville also scored goals for Manly at Valentine Sports Park. “The girls were terrific, some of the passages of play were brilliant,’’ utility Chloe O’Brien said. “We were really hungry and deserved the three points. “I think it was our best performance of the season, and we will only get better. “(NWS) Koalas this week at their place is another big test, we can’t wait.”
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MANLYUNITEDFC.COM.AU

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Coelho: ” Manly on the rise”

Claire Coelho had a few offers when she decided to play football in Sydney this season. North Shore Mariners and Sydney University chased the goalkeeper, but the 20-year-old elected to play for Manly United. “I played against them a few times over the years when at the Emerging Jets, they (Manly) were always good and usually won,” she said. “I was impressed by the culture at the club, Manly are on the rise. “(Ex coach) Gwynne Berry gave me a call, and I decided to sign.” Coelho has already represented Newcastle Jets and Sydney FC in the W-League. The Port Macquarie native is equally talented away from football, currently studying a double degree in social science and law at Newcastle University. “I live on campus, so it means I can only train in Sydney once a week,” she said. “I do my own stuff with the (Emerging) Jets twice a week as well. “I’m loving my time at Manly, we showed recently against the (North Shore) Mariners (5-0 win) how ruthless we can be when we click as a team. “I came here to improve my game and to win trophies – I think I can do that at Manly this year.”
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MANLYUNITEDFC.COM.AU

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Franco in the mood to entertain this season.

  Sunny Franco is in the mood to entertain this season. The key Manly United recruit, who is only 19 but has already represented Brisbane Roar and Sydney FC in the W-League, wasn’t afraid to declare her on field ambition. “I play in the top third, my job is to score goals,” Franco said. “The O’Brien family were kind enough to take me in, and living in Bilgola is fantastic, I love it up there. “I’ve been mates with Chloe (O’Brien) since we were 17 in camp together with the Young Matildas a few years ago. “She told me the state league in Sydney was strong, so I figured why not give it a crack.” Franco made her debut for United last Sunday in the 2-1 away defeat against Illawarra, and is buzzing ahead of Sunday’s home derby versus North Shore Mariners. “The girls said at training it will be fiery, bring it on,” she said. “I’m here to keep fit, have fun, but also win. “The Manly squad is a very good one and the coach (Chris Williams) is very switched on. “I think we will have a big year once everything clicks.” Kick-off on Sunday at Cromer Park is 4.30pm.  
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MANLYUNITEDFC.COM.AU

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City Watch: Fishlock scores worldie for Seattle

City Watch: Fishlock scores worldie for Seattle

Our Welsh dynamo nets yet another spectacular goal in the States, while we track the European adventure of two Championship winning players. See how our W-League stars fared in the latest edition of City Watch.
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MELBOURNECITYFC.COM.AU

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Siemsen named Westfield W-League NAB YFOTY

Siemsen named Westfield W-League NAB YFOTY

Remy Siemsen from Sydney FC has been named the Westfield W-League NAB Young Footballer of the Year at the Dolan Warren Awards night which was held at the Star Event Centre in Sydney on Monday night.
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W-LEAGUE.COM.AU

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Media MVP Award honours women’s football veteran Penny Tanner

Since the 2013/14 W-League season, the writers and photographers of The Women’s Game have voted to recognise the top performers of the W-League. This season TWG has expanded the voting pool to include several other members of the women’s football media who provide dedicated coverage of the W-League.  The 16 media members cast their votes ...
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