Sydney Sides Announce Signings And Perth Unveil New Kit

Impetus’ Ben Gilby hears from Sydney FC‘s returning duo of Cortnee Vine and Jada Whyman plus head coach Ante Juric, Western Sydney Wanderers‘ Amy Harrison, plus the reveal of Perth Glory‘s striking two new kits for 2022/23 (23/9/22). Above: The return of Cortnee Vine (left) and Jada Whyman is huge for Sydney’s hopes to goContinue reading “Sydney Sides Announce Signings And Perth Unveil New Kit”

Impetus Achievers Awards

Round Ten of the A-League Women saw Sydney break a long-standing record and the two Melbourne sides along with Adelaide United earn significant wins in the Finals race. Impetus’ writing team of Ben Gilby, Kris Goman, and Kieran Yap reveal who caught their eye this weekend (7/2/22). PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Ben: In a dramaticContinue reading “Impetus Achievers Awards”

Impetus Achievers Awards

Round Eight of the A-League Women may only have had three matches, but there were some superb efforts to reward. Impetus‘ writing team for the competition, Kieran Yap, Ben Gilby, and Kris Goman announce who caught their eyes at the weekend. (24/1/22). PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kieran: Jada Whyman was brilliant in a massive gameContinue reading “Impetus Achievers Awards”

A-League Women Top Tussle Previewed

Above: Sydney FC goalkeeper Jada Whyman, who is aiming to equal Lydia Williams’ record of seven consecutive clean sheets when she faces Melbourne City. Photo: A-League Women. Ahead of Saturday’s A-League Women game between unbeaten leaders Sydney FC and second-placed Melbourne City, Ben Gilby heard from Sydney goalkeeper Jada Whyman plus the Melbourne City pairContinue reading “A-League Women Top Tussle Previewed”

A Look Back At Indigenous Football Week

Impetus has been so proud to promote our charity partners John Moriarty Football‘s Indigenous Football Week. We look back over a week of powerful video messages, feature articles and a live broadcast (28/11/21). Artwork: John Moriarty Football. Five feature articles, fourteen videos and a programme broadcast on SBS Sport and Facebook Live – it’s beenContinue reading “A Look Back At Indigenous Football Week”

Jada Whyman: An Inspirational Player With A Big Future

In the second of our special features for our charity partners John Moriarty Football’s Indigenous Football Week, Ben Gilby profiles Jada Whyman, Sydney FC’s young and highly talented goalkeeper who is a fabulous role model for female indigenous Australian football players. Above: Jada Whyman training with the Matildas during the October international window this year. Photo supplied toContinue reading “Jada Whyman: An Inspirational Player With A Big Future”

Impetus Hears From Matildas At USWNT Series Launch

Impetus’ Kris Goman was at Stadium Australia in Sydney this morning for the media launch ahead of the Matildas forthcoming two-game series with the USWNT at the end of this month. She spoke exclusively to Emily Van Egmond, Jada Whyman, and Bryleeh Henry. Kris additionally heard from NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet, The Hon Natalie Ward,Continue reading “Impetus Hears From Matildas At USWNT Series Launch”

Gustavsson’s Aims For Brazil Clash & Whyman’s Call Up

Matildas head coach Tony Gustavsson spoke to the media today ahead of Australia’s game with Brazil tomorrow. Impetus’ Ben Gilby was in the session for us. There is also news and photos from Jada Whyman’s call up to the squad after Teagan Micah’s withdrawal through injury Above: Australia head coach Tony Gustavsson during the pressContinue reading “Gustavsson’s Aims For Brazil Clash & Whyman’s Call Up”

Impetus Announces Partnership with Moriarty Foundation

To mark the announcement of Impetus’ partnership with Moriarty Foundation, Ben Gilby spoke to John Moriarty, co-founder and co-chair of Moriarty Foundation. John was the first recognised Indigenous Australian to be selected for the national football side. He has also served in various Indigenous Affairs departments at both state and national levels of government asContinue reading “Impetus Announces Partnership with Moriarty Foundation”

Jada Mathyssen-Whyman – an Inspirational Player with a Big Future

As part of our #MidweekDub feature, Ben Gilby profiles Jada Mathyssen-Whyman, Sydney FC’s young and highly talented goalkeeper who is a fabulous role model for female indigenous Australian football players. Jada Mathyssen-Whyman is one of those players who seems to have been around for a long time – yet she is still just 21 years-oldContinue reading “Jada Mathyssen-Whyman – an Inspirational Player with a Big Future”