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Wanderers Women vs Brisbane Women 24/1/2014 4:00PM


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  • Opponent: Brisbane Roar Women
    Home Team: Brisbane Roar Women
    Away Team: Western Sydney Wanderers Women
    Date: 24/01/14
    Competition: W-League Regular Season
    Location: Brisbane, Queensland
    Stadium: Suncorp Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    West Sydney Women Score: 2
    Opponent Score: 3
    Post Game Report: Lost 3-2. Very good game but we had the worst luck. Garriock getting sent off for a deliberate handball yellow (after getting the first yellow for dissent after she was wrongly said to have fouled a Roar player) killed our chances of getting a result. Shawna Gordon scored a wonderful diving header to open the scoring, the Roar scored two to lead, then Carney equalised on half-time from a corner. Tameka Butt won the game with a stunning volley (iirc). <br /><br />Brisbane Roar 3 (Crummer 19, Raso 31, Butt 82)<br /><br />Western Sydney Wanderers 2 (Gordon 8, Carney 45+2)
    Note 1: This match was telecast on Fox Sports, as a curtain raiser to the Brisbane vs Wellington match in the A-League later that evening.
Wanderers Women vs Brisbane Women 24/1/2014 4:00PM
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The W-League doesn't have a Home & Away season. This season we don't play Canberra or Newcastle twice, just once.

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Lost 3-2. Very good game but we had the worst luck. Garriock getting sent off for a deliberate handball yellow (after getting the first yellow for dissent after she was wrongly said to have fouled a Roar player) killed our chances of getting a result. Shawna Gordon scored a wonderful diving header to open the scoring, the Roar scored two to lead, then Carney equalised on half-time from a corner. Tameka Butt won the game with a stunning volley (iirc).

 

Brisbane Roar 3 (Crummer 19, Raso 31, Butt 82)

Western Sydney Wanderers 2 (Gordon 8, Carney 45+2)

 

While the team is mathematically capable of making the finals, it would require the Wanderers to win both their final matches, for Adelaide to lose both their last 2 matches and Canberra to lose all four of their last matches and for the Wanderers to make up whatever goal difference lead I presume Canberra has.

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Lost 3-2. Very good game but we had the worst luck. Garriock getting sent off for a deliberate handball yellow (after getting the first yellow for dissent after she was wrongly said to have fouled a Roar player) killed our chances of getting a result. Shawna Gordon scored a wonderful diving header to open the scoring, the Roar scored two to lead, then Carney equalised on half-time from a corner. Tameka Butt won the game with a stunning volley (iirc).

 

Brisbane Roar 3 (Crummer 19, Raso 31, Butt 82)

 

Western Sydney Wanderers 2 (Gordon 8, Carney 45+2)

 

While the team is mathematically capable of making the finals, it would require the Wanderers to win both their final matches, for Adelaide to lose both their last 2 matches and Canberra to lose all four of their last matches and for the Wanderers to make up whatever goal difference lead I presume Canberra has.

"Mathematically" is the best sporting terminology ever. 

 

Bring on the finals!! 

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