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South-east brace for A-League reality

TEAM11, south-east Melbourne’s bid to become the next A-League club, has used social media as a platform to “build the club from the ground up”, according to former… 934 more words



As Published In FourFourTwo Magazine April 2018 Edition Words: Liana Buratti Feature Photo: Ann Odong


DOB: 25 June 1991

Current Clubs: Melbourne City FC (AUS) and Houston Dash (USA) 1,176 more words

AFC Asian Cup 2018

2017-18 R7 W-League Recap- Roar go top with win over City

Brisbane Roar (2) Toby 61’, Gorry 72’
Melbourne City (0)
3,204 at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane.

Brisbane Roar have returned to the top of the W-League table after a 2-0 win over defending Champions Melbourne City. 288 more words

Match Reviews

W-League 17-18 R7 Recap- Gilliand hat-trick sinks Roar in Redcliffe

Brisbane Roar (0)
Newcastle Jets (3) Gilliand 16′, 31′ & 39′
1,282 at A.J Kelly Park, Redcliffe

Brisbane’s three game winning streak has come to an end with Newcastle Jets recording a 3-0 win in Redcliffe on Sunday afternoon. 263 more words

Match Reviews

2017-18 W-League Round 7 Match Preview- Brisbane Roar v Newcastle Jets

After an impressive win away from home in Canberra last week thanks to a second half goal from Tameka Butt, Brisbane Roar return home for a Sunday afternoon clash with Newcastle Jets at A.J. 301 more words

Match Previews

Second half goal sends Brisbane equal top of W-League

Canberra United (0)
Brisbane Roar (1)
1,126 at McKellar Park, Canberra

Brisbane Roar have climbed into equal first on the W-League table after another stellar performance away from home on Sunday afternoon. 384 more words


Week 5

November 28,2017

Perth Glory Woman have remained at the top with nine points. They have won three out of five games.

Canberra United Women have moved up to second place with nine points. 202 more words