Ruthless Sydney See Off Green Machine

Sydney FC 3-0 Canberra United Report by Ben Gilby with EXCLUSIVE photos from Kogarah by Kris Goman. Premier Plate winners Sydney FC took their place in the W-League Grand Final against Melbourne Victory after a 3-0 win over Canberra United at Kogarah in front of a good crowd in the Semi-Final earlier today. With SydneyContinue reading “Ruthless Sydney See Off Green Machine”

Melbourne’s Victory Seals Grand Final Spot

Brisbane Roar 2-6 Melbourne Victory By Kieran Yap In wet conditions, facing their third opponent in a week and coming off a disappointing defeat to Sydney FC, Melbourne Victory travelled to face Brisbane Roar, the side that had previously embarrassed them 6-0 earlier in the season. The Semi Final offered Victory a chance for redemptionContinue reading “Melbourne’s Victory Seals Grand Final Spot”

Action From Big Blue Premiers Decider

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Sydney Take Premiership Decider

Sydney FC 2-1 Melbourne Victory Report from Kris Goman at Cromer Park. Sydney finally clinch the premiership after ten years in the doldrums. Despite winning the championship three times, the premiership, which is awarded to the team who finish top of the table at the end of the regular W-League season has remained elusive inContinue reading “Sydney Take Premiership Decider”

Roar Clinch Home Semi But Wave Goodbye To Stars

Brisbane Roar 3–0 Newcastle Jets By Ben Gilby In front of a large and vocal crowd at Lions Stadium, the Roar gained the victory that they needed to ensure a home semi-final next weekend. Brisbane were determined to send off key players Clare Polkinghorne and Emily Gielnik who were off to Sweden with Vittsjö GIKContinue reading “Roar Clinch Home Semi But Wave Goodbye To Stars”

Victory Sets Dark Blues Up For Huge Sydney Clash

Melbourne Victory 6–0 Perth Glory By Kieran Yap It was another round of mini finals in the Dub this weekend when Melbourne Victory hosting Perth in search of a win to secure their finals place. They named an unchanged line-up against a Glory side that had held them to a one-goal win two weeks agoContinue reading “Victory Sets Dark Blues Up For Huge Sydney Clash”

Green Machine Clinch Finals Spot

Canberra United 0–0 Sydney FC Match report and EXCLUSIVE photos by Kris Goman at Viking Park. Friday night football at Viking Park in Canberra will figure out who’s going to the finals and who’s staying home. This is a key match for both teams. If Sydney win, it will clinch the premiership. If Canberra UnitedContinue reading “Green Machine Clinch Finals Spot”

Dobson Brings Curtain Down On A High

Melbourne City 2–1 Perth Glory By Ben Gilby Melbourne City ended their disappointing campaign on a winning note with a 2-1 win over a game young Perth Glory outfit at Frank Holohan Reserve in Dandenong. The game marked 28 year-old Melbourne City striker Rhali Dobson’s final appearance after 109 games to support her partner whoContinue reading “Dobson Brings Curtain Down On A High”

Red Hot Adelaide Break Another Record

Adelaide United 3–1 Western Sydney Wanderers By Kieran Yap In front of W-League record 5,159 fans, Adelaide United faced Western Sydney with plenty to play for, to keep their finals hopes alive they needed a win and to hope Canberra drop points against Sydney FC next week. For the Wanderers, this season is ending aContinue reading “Red Hot Adelaide Break Another Record”

Canberra Win Sets Up Do Or Die Clash Next Weekend

Newcastle Jets 0–1 Canberra United By Ben Gilby. Canberra United kept their Finals hopes alive going into the last week of the regular season after earning a 1-0 win in the rain at the Number Two Sportsground. Despite the huge amount of rain that had fallen in New South Wales in the lead up toContinue reading “Canberra Win Sets Up Do Or Die Clash Next Weekend”