Westfield W-League Round 5 Preview

All the squad news for round 5 of the Westfield W-League

Round 5 Preview

This is the official FFA preview for Westfield W-League (WWL) Round 5.

Stats, facts & milestones

The Westfield W-League recorded its biggest winning margin in Round 4, with Queensland defeating the Central Coast 5-0 at Campbelltown Stadium. However, the five-goal margin falls well short of the record winning margin in the old Women-s National League, when the NSW Sapphires scored a stunning 10-0 victory over Victoria Vision in Round 3 of the 2001/02 season.

Weekend Matches

Canberra United v Adelaide United
Saturday 22 November 2008
McKellar Park, Cnr William Slim & Owen Dixon Drives, McKellar ACT
Local kick off 4.00pm AEDT
Referee: Casey Reibelt

Live and exclusive on ABC 1 and ABC HD at 4.00pm AEDT

Canberra United squad: 1.Lydia WILLIAMS (gk), 2.Rhian DAVIES, 3.Amy CHAPMAN, 4.Bronwyn STUDMAN, 5.Sasha MCDONNELL, 7.Ellie BRUSH, 8.Rebecca KITING, 9.Grace GILL, 11.Cian MACIEJEWSKI, 12.Kara MOWBRAY, 13.Thea SLATYER, 14.Ashleigh SYKES, 15.Nicole SYKES, 18.Lucy ALLAN, 19.Jennifer BISSET, 20.Maja BLASCH (gk) *one to be omitted

In: Rhian DAVIES, Lucy ALLAN

Out: 17.Christine WALTERS (ill)

Others Unavailable: 6.Caitlin MUNOZ (knee 1-2 weeks), 10.Hayley CRAWFORD (knee 1-2 weeks)

Adelaide United squad: 1.Emma WIRKUS (gk), 3.Sarah AMORIM, 4.Dianne ALAGICH (c), 5,Angela FIMMANO, 6.Kristyn SWAFFER, 7.Racheal QUIGLEY, 9.Stephanie TOKICH, 11.Sharon BLACK, 12.Tanya HARRISON, 13.Leah ROBINSON, 14.Donna COCKAYNE, 15.Lauren CHILVERS, 16.Leanne SLATER, 17.April MANN, 20.Sian McLAREN (gk)

In: Angela FIMMANO (promoted), Racheal QUIGLEY (promoted), Leanne SLATER (new signing)

Out: 2.Renee HARRISON (injured), 8.Sandra SCALZI (unavailable), 10.Victoria BALOMENOS (suspended)

Others Unavailable: Nil

Queensland Roar v Melbourne Victory
Saturday 22 November
Spencer Park, 42 Newbery Street, Newmarket, QLD
Local kick off 5.00pm (6.00pm AEDT)
Referee: Lee Corey

Queensland Roar squad: 1.Casey DUMONT (gk), 2.Kate McSHEA, 3.Karla REUTER, 4.Claire POLKINGHORNE, 5.Brooke SPENCE, 7.Kim CARROLL, 8.Elise KELLOND-KNIGHT, 10.Lana HARCH, 11.Ruth BLACKBURN, 12.Veronica WILLIAMS, 13.Tameka BUTT, 14.Vedrana POPOVIC, 15.Stephanie LATHAM, 16.Lauren COLTHORPE, 17.Tashina ROMA, 18.Courtney BEUTEL, 19.Ellen BEAUMONT, 20.Lara BOON *three to be omitted

In: Veronica WILLIAMS (promoted), Tameka BUTT (promoted), Vedrana POPOVIC (promoted), Tashina ROMA (promoted)

Out: 9.Alicia FERGUSON (omitted)

Others Unavailable: Jenna TRISTRAM (knee – season)

Melbourne Victory squad: 1.Melissa BARBIERI (gk), 2.Meghan ARCHER, 3.Marlies OOSTDAM, 4.Tal KARP (c), 6.Maika RUYTER-HOOLEY, 7.Sarah GROENEWALD, 8.Louisa BISBY, 9.Rebecca TEGG, 11.Brittany TIMKO, 12.Sophie HOGBEN, 15.Daniela DIGIAMMARCO, 17.Alisha FOOTE, 18.Ursula HUGHSON, 19.Enza BARILLA, 20.Nicole PAUL (gk)

In: 2.Meghan ARCHER, 17.Alisha FOOTE

Out: Laura ALLEWAY (injured), Deanna NICESKI (omitted)

Others Unavailable: Nil

Sydney FC v Central Coast Mariners
Saturday 22 November
Campbelltown Stadium, Cnr Pembroke Road & Rose Payten Drive, Leumeah
Local kick off 6.00pm AEDT
Referee: Prue Donohoe

Sydney FC squad: 1.Rachel COOPER (gk), 2.Samantha SPACKMAN, 3.Danielle BROGAN, 4.Alesha CLIFFORD, 5.Lisa GILBERT (c), 6.Servet UZUNLAR, 10.Kylie LEDBROOK, 13.Loren MAHONEY, 14.Maggie ELHUSSEINI, 15.Jessica SEAMAN, 16.Linda O-NEILL, 17.Danielle SMALL, 19.Leena KHAMIS, 20.Nikki DIETER (gk), 21.Jordan MARSH

In: Jordan MARSH

Out: 8.Jo BURGESS (injured – hamstring)

Others Unavailable: 7.Heather GARRIOCK (injured – hip), 9.Sarah WALSH (injured – leg)

Central Coast Mariners squad: 1.Emma-Kate DEWHURST (gk), 2.Caitlin COOPER (c), 3.Lyndsay GLOHE, 4.Rachael DOYLE, 5.Jodie BAIN, 6.Karina ROWETH, 7.Teresa POLIAS, 8.Renee ROLLASON, 9.Ellyse PERRY, 10.Kyah SIMON, 11.Stephanie HAIM, 12.Gill FOSTER, 13.Trudy CAMILLERI, 15.Elizabeth O-REILLY, 20.Lisa HARTLEY (gk)

In: Lisa HARTLEY (gk), Karina ROWETH

Out: 17.Britt SIMMONS, 30.Katie DALY (gk)

Others Unavailable: Nil

Newcastle Jets v Perth Glory
Sunday 23 November
Wanderers Oval,
Local kick off 3.00pm AEDT
Referee: Kate Jacewicz

Newcastle Jets squad: 1.Alison LOGUE (gk), 3.Samantha WOOD, 4.Elizabeth SHARPE, 5.Cheryl SALISBURY (c), 6.Amber NEILSON, 7.Gema SIMON, 8.Leia SMITH, 9.Rhali DOBSON, 10.Joanne PETERS, 11.Stacey DAY, 12.Katie GILL, 14.Nicole JONES, 15.Emily VAN EGMOND, 16.Kirstyn PEARCE, 18.Rebecca SMITH, 19.Sanna FROSTEVALL one to be omitted


Out: 30.Harmony ATTWILL (gk), 21.Taleah DOYLE

Others Unavailable: Hannah BREWER (international duty), Emily VAN EGMOND (international duty)

Perth Glory squad: 20.Maya DIEDERICHSEN (gk), 2.Stacey LEARMONT, 3.Carys HAWKINS, 4.Sam KERR, 5.Shannon MAY, 7.Ciara CONWAY, 8.Tanya OXTOBY (c), 10.Ella MASTRANTONIO, 11.Lisa DE VANNA 12.Dani CALAUTTI, 13.Elisa D-OVIDIO, 14.Collette McCALLUM, 15.Elle SEMMENS (gk), 17.Marianna TABAIN, 19.Emily DUNN

In: Sam KERR (return from international duty)

Out: 6.Katarina JUKIC

Others Unavailable: Kate STEWART (gk) (knee injury – long term)

– Squads subject to change
– Match date and kick-off times are subject to change without notice.

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Lana Harch (Queensland Roar) turns 24 on Sunday 23-Nov
Katarina Jukic (Perth Glory) turns 19 on Sunday 23-Nov

This week in women-s history

On 17 November 17 2001, the NSW Sapphires recorded the biggest-ever winning margin in any Australian national league match, defeating Victoria Vision 10-0 in Sydney. Goalscorers for NSW in this Women-s National League match were Kelly Golebiowski (6-, 57-, 73-), Joanne Peters (12-), Alicia Cavanagh (14-, 41-), Lisa Warrener (36-), Heather Garriock (44-, 46+-) and Nicole Kimber (66-)

This week marks the seventeenth anniversary of the inaugural FIFA Women-s World Cup, held in China in November 1991. The historic first match of the 1991 Women-s World Cup was between hosts China and eventual runners- up Norway, played on 16 November; China-s 4-0 victory in this match was quite remarkable considering that Norway ended up reaching the World Cup final, losing 2-1 to the USA. Australia almost made it to the 1991 Women-s World Cup – having to finish on top of the three-team Oceania Qualifying ladder, Australia finished just behind group winners New Zealand on goal difference only. Australia has qualified for every Women-s World Cup since.