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Wanderers Women VS Canberra Women 14/9/2014 3:00PM


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  • Opponent: Canberra United Women
    Home Team: Western Sydney Wanderers Women
    Away Team: Canberra United Women
    Date: 14/09/14
    Competition: W-League Regular Season
    Location: Campelltown, New South Wales
    Stadium: Campbelltown Stadium
    Result: West Sydney Loss
    West Sydney Women Score: 1
    Opponent Score: 4
    Post Game Report: The Wanderers were comprehensively defeated by a superior Canberra United outfit, with goals for Michelle Heyman (3, 40), Ellie Brush (56) & Caitlin Munoz putting the game well beyond the Wanderers who scored a 91st minute consolation to Demi Koulizakis.
    Note 1: This is the first match of the 2014/15 W-League season.
Wanderers Women VS Canberra Women 14/9/2014 3:00PM

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if you are going to the game, as per the members email from yesterday, to get your members free entry you need to login to the members portal and print out your ticket, or if that doesn't work bring your receipt of your 2014/15 membership purchase.

 

W-League Ticketing Update

 

If you are planning on attending the first match of the Wanderers Westfield W-League campaign for the 2014/15 Season against Canberra United on Sunday at 3pm, you can download your free ticket from your MyWanderers Account page.

 

Simply CLICK HERE to log into your MyWanderers Account, select manage this event under the Western Sydney Wanderers v Canberra United Tab, and then select your seats and click "Print Tickets". Bring this ticket to the game on Sunday and you can help cheer on the Girls as they look to get their W-League campaign off to best start possible.

 

Members who are unable to access their MyWanderers Account, or have any trouble printing their tickets will be able to gain entry by bringing the receipt of their 2014/15 Membership Purchase.

pax 34 as of last night...

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I can't log in to my portal as I forgotted the password. 

May have to rely on someone recognizing me at the gate. :ninja:

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Westfield W-League Round 1 Ins-and-Outs

http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/article/westfield-w-league-round-1-ins-and-outs/1j4kmnp66um231n4737kwxhptk

 

Western Sydney Wanderers v Canberra United

Sunday 14 September 2014

Campbelltown Stadium, Sydney

Local kick-off: 3pm

** Catch all the action Live* at 3.00pm nationally on ABC1. Or from Monday on ABC iView with a full replay at 3.30am on Tuesday. (*No live broadcast in WA or Vic this weekend due to ABC’s pre-existing commitments.)

Join the conversation on Twitter using #wleague

 

Western Sydney Wanderers squad: Trudy Burke (gk), Sham Khamis (gk), Victoria Guzman, Rachael Soutar, Grace Henry, Caitlin Cooper, Jessica Seaman, Demi Koulizakis, Keelin Winters, Lorena Bugden, Rhianna Pollicina, Tia Gavin, Jordan Baker, Helen Petinos, Michelle Carney

 

Season ins: Trudy Burke (Canberra United), Rhianna Pollicina (FNSW Institute), Victoria Guzman (FNSW Institute), Chloe O’Brien (FNSW Institute), Tia Gavin (FNSW Institute), Grace Henry (Sydney University), Demi Koulizakis (FNSW Institute), Sham Khamis (Sydney FC), Lorena Bugden (FNSW Institute), Caitlin Jarvie (Northbridge FC, Sydney), Hannah Beard (Newcastle Jets),Keelin Winters (Seattle Reign/USA)

Seasons outs: Mackenzie Arnold (Perth Glory), Shawna Gordon (Umea/Sweden), Camille Levin (Sky Blue FC/USA), Emily van Egmond (Newcastle Jets), Heather Garriock (released), Tori Huster (Newcastle Jets), Jenna Kingsley (released), Servet Uzunlar (Sydney FC), Catherine Cannuli (retired), Alanna Kennedy (Perth Glory), Teigen Allen (Sydney FC), Kyah Simon (Sydney FC), Georgia Rowntree (released), Dimi Poulos (released)

 

Unavailable: Hannah Beard (suspension – 1 week), Linda O’Neill (abroad – 3 weeks)

 

Canberra United squad: 1. Chantel JONES, 2. Catherine BROWN, 3. Julia DE ANGELIS, 5. Grace FIELD, 6. Caitlin MUNOZ, 7. Ellie BRUSH, 9. Grace GILL, 11. Michelle HEYMAN, 13. Nicole BEGG, 14. Ashleigh SYKES, 16. Lori LINDSEY, 17. Holly HOUSTON, 18. Rebecca KITING, 20. Melissa MAIZELS, 22. Stephanie OCHS

 

Season ins: Chantel JONES (Perth Glory), Julia DE ANGELIS (ACTAS), Melissa MAIZELS (Melbourne Victory)

Season outs: Trudy BURKE (Western Sydney Wanderers), Georgia YEOMAN-DALE (Newcastle Jets), Lydia WILLIAMS (injury), Sally SHIPARD (retired)

 

Unavailable: Kendall FLETCHER (overseas), Meg McLAUGHLIN (injured), 10. Grace MAHER (Australia U-17 national team duty), 12. Sally ROJAHN (injured)

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W-League preview: Wanderers v Canberra United

http://www.w-league.com.au/article/w-league-preview-wanderers-v-canberra-united/1f2hhq9pebswv1ck5tb0248pep

The first ABC TV match of the season brings together two sides with vastly contrasting levels of experience.

 

Home side Western Sydney Wanderers have endured a tumultuous off-season, while Canberra United have the luxury of a largely unchanged squad. So too, the visitors have a massive advantage in experience stakes boasting seven internationals, while the Wanderers’ squad is littered with teenagers.

 

With a strong background in elite youth development, new coach Norm Boardman is a perfect choice for the Wanderers who have been forced to look to Sydney’s burgeoning teenage talent pool to fill their squad. Numerous gradates of the NSW Institute side have made the step up while the likes of Caitlin Cooper and Michelle Carney are among the few with genuine experience. A valuable addition will be American Keelin Winters who recently skippered Seattle Reign to the NWSL premiership.

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On the plus side, the middle section of the first half was pretty good. Kept possession, restricted Canberra, made some chances...

You haven't watched the W-League much have you? WSW only won two games last season, and one of them was that ridiculous game in Penrith where it was 500 degrees, and the other was a week later while everyone was in Newcastle for an A-League match.

 

Between the Y & W league teams I think I've seen maybe two or three victories max.

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Canberra are obviously a much better, well experienced team with great chemistry. But I am not used to losing!

 

Must be new to watching our Wander Women play then, haha.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awww, I made myself sad. :(

Hahaha I meant watching the men. Maybe they will only make ladies cuts when they start to perform better

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