The weekly segment which takes you through what our players are doing during the Westfield W-League and Foxtel National Youth League off-season.
This allows you to follow how our players are performing for their NPL and overseas clubs while keeping you up-to-date with fixtures in case you’d like to go and watch them live.
Thomas Manos and the South Coast Wolves lost 3-1 against Bonnyrigg White Eagles. Manos saved two shots low to his left, took four crosses and made a one-on-one save from close range.
Anthony Schmidt played 90 minutes for Marconi Stallions and made a last minute save on his goal line as the keeper was beaten.
Football NSW Institute lost 6-0 against Macarthur Rams. Lorena Budgen didn’t play for Institute as she was ruled out for the remainder of the season due to injury.
Grace Henry, Victoria Guzman, Rachel Soutar and Trudy Burke were part of the Sydney University side that lost 4-1 against Illawarra Stingrays.
Guzman had a great individual performance and played for 75 minutes in the midfield before moving back as a centre back for the remainder of the game. She believed that the team played really well as a unit and hopes that they can continue their winning streak to go straight through to the final.
Jordan Baker was not up for selection for the Stingrays as she was in Australia’s U20 camp.
Helen Petinos with the NWS Koalas lost 4-1 against Blacktown Spartans. Petinos featured in the entire match.
Seattle Reign’s unbeaten run came to an end after a 3-0 loss to Washington Spirit. Keelin Winters was part of the side and was captain but returned to the winner’s circle against Kendall Johnson and Portland Thorns in front of an incredible crowd of 21,144.
Thomas Manos will be in goals for South Coast Wolves when they take on APIA Leichhardt Tigers FC on Sunday at 3pm at WIN Stadium.
NWS Koalas and Helen Petinos will be taking on Emerging Jets on Sunday at 1.30pm at ELS Halls Park.
Jordan Baker and Michelle Carney from Illawarra Stingrays will be playing against Blacktown Spartans FC on Sunday at 3pm at JJ Kelly Park.
Football NSW Institute will be playing against Grace Henry, Victoria Guzman, Rachel Soutar and Trudy Burke from Sydney University at 3pm on Sunday at Valentines Sport Park.