Western United, Adelaide, And Brisbane Announce Squad Additions

Impetus’ Ben Gilby hears from all of the six newly announced players from today as well as the head coaches of the three clubs (21/9/22). Above: Harriet Withers brings A-League Women experience to Western United ahead of their inaugural campaign in the competition. Artwork: Western United. Western United’s Liberty A-League Women attack will have speed,Continue reading “Western United, Adelaide, And Brisbane Announce Squad Additions”

Coaching And Signing Updates From The A-League Women

Ahead of tomorrow’s official fixture release, there were major announcements at three clubs today, with Wellington Phoenix revealing their new head coach, Perth Glory adding a new hot-shot to their pack, and Brisbane Roar welcome back another of last season’s squad. Impetus’ Ben Gilby hears from the players and coaches involved (12/9/22). Above: Nat LawrenceContinue reading “Coaching And Signing Updates From The A-League Women”

Gorry Returns To Roar And Western United Announce AFF Winner Sawicki

Impetus’ Ben Gilby hears from Brisbane Roar‘s Katrina Gorry, Western United‘s Jaclyn Sawicki, and head coach Mark Torcaso (18/8/22). Above: Katrina Gorry, back in orange again for 2022/23. Photo: Brisbane Roar. Matildas star Katrina Gorry will return to Brisbane Roar for the 11th consecutive season, it was announced today. Gorry started her pro career withContinue reading “Gorry Returns To Roar And Western United Announce AFF Winner Sawicki”

Glory, Roar & Nix Announce New Additions

Impetus’ Ben Gilby hears from Perth Glory‘s Sarah Langman, Brisbane Roar‘s Hollie Palmer, and Wellington Phoenix‘s Chloe Knott as they are unveiled today – plus the views of each club’s head coaches on their signings (29/7/22). Perth Glory Add Langman Perth Glory today announced that goalkeeper Sarah Langman (formerly Willacy) has signed a one-year dealContinue reading “Glory, Roar & Nix Announce New Additions”

Trio of A-League Women Signings Announced

Three A-League Women clubs announced player signings today. Impetus‘ Ben Gilby heard from all the players and head coaches involved (27/7/22). Norrie Back At Brisbane Brisbane Roar is delighted to announce the re-signing of its Liberty A-League captain Ayesha Norrie for the 2022/23 season. Norrie will officially rejoin the Roar following the completion of theContinue reading “Trio of A-League Women Signings Announced”

Roar Announce New Base For A-League Women Side

19/5/22 Above: An artist impression of Brisbane Roar’s new A-League Women Centre of Excellence. Image supplied to Impetus by: Brisbane Roar. Brisbane Roar’s elite new A-League Women’s and Academy home will soon become a reality after major work officially began on the $22 million Moreton Bay facility. Head Coach Garrath McPherson, midfielder Hollie Palmer, andContinue reading “Roar Announce New Base For A-League Women Side”

Roar + Canberra = Late Drama Again

Brisbane Roar 3-3 Canberra United Above: Canberra United’s Michelle Heyman celebrates at Brisbane today. Her hat-trick extended her record-breaking tally of A-League Women goals. Photo: Canberra United. By Kieran Yap (10/3/22) Brisbane and Canberra faced off in the final game of the season for both sides and played out a classic to match the incredibleContinue reading “Roar + Canberra = Late Drama Again”

Impetus Achievers Awards

With the final full round of matches for the regular season, our A-League Women writing team of Kieran Yap, Ben Gilby, and Kris Goman outline their player, coach, and event of the week (7/3/22). PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kieran: For me, it’s Rhianna Pollicina. She’s been one of the league’s best players all season andContinue reading “Impetus Achievers Awards”

Brisbane Roaring Home As Depleted Jets Crash

Brisbane Roar 4-0 Newcastle Jets Above: Brisbane Roar’s two-goal Shea Connors takes on Newcastle Jets’ Tiana Jaber. Photo: Brisbane Roar. By Kris Goman (7/3/22) Brisbane are coming home strong as they play out their catch-up matches, unfortunately, too late to have any impact on the Finals, but at least restoring some pride to the team.Continue reading “Brisbane Roaring Home As Depleted Jets Crash”

Jets Limp On As Visitors Roar Ahead

Newcastle Jets 1-5 Brisbane Roar Above: Brisbane Roar’s hat-trick hero Larissa Crummer (left) celebrates with Mariel Hecher. Photo: Brisbane Roar. By Kieran Yap (5/3/22) Newcastle renamed the Number Two Sportsground after the record-breaking Cass Davis for their match against Brisbane Roar. The stands were packed and the atmosphere celebratory as the club and community acknowledgedContinue reading “Jets Limp On As Visitors Roar Ahead”