Player Watch | Saving Face


The weekly segment which takes you through what our players are doing during the Westfield W-League and Foxtel National Youth League off-season.

Mens NPL 1
Thomas Manos was a force to be reckoned with in goals as he helped the South Coast Wolves maintain a clean sheet in their 4-0 victory over Sydney United 58.
Manos punched a few crosses, made two diving saves on opposite ends of the goal and even blocked a volley with his head.
Michael Trajkovski’s match with Sydney Olympic was washed out against APIA Leichhardt Tigers. Anthony Schmidt’s match was also washed out against Rockdale City Suns.
Womens NPL1
Demi Koulizakis played a major role in Football NSW’s 2-2 draw against NWS Koalas and Wanderers teammate Helen Petinos.
Koulizakis scored both goals for her side and played in the entire match with her side very unlucky to concede the equalizer in the final minute of the match.
Illawarra Stingrays defeated North Shore Mariners 4-3. The Stingrays side featured Michelle Carney, Caitlin Cooper and Jordan Baker. Carney scored three of the goals, one of which was assisted by Baker.
It was a 0-0 stalemate between Sydney University’s Grace Henry, Rachel Soutar and Trudy Burke against Wanderers teammate Linda O’Neill and the Blacktown Spartans.
Manly United had a very convincing 4-1 win over Central Coast FC with one of the goals scored by Chloe O’Brien.
Keelin Winters and Seattle Reign were victorious against the Boston Breakers after defeating them 3-2.
Kendall Johnson was part of the Portland Thorns squad who saw their goalkeeper score from a diving header in stoppage time score the equalizer against Kansas City, 1-1.
This weekend
Thomas Manos and South Coast Wolves will be playing at WIN Stadium on Sunday 3pm against Blacktown Spartans.
Sydney Olympic and Michael Trajkovski will be taking on Rockdale City Suns at 1pm at Iliden Sports Centre.
Anthony Schmidt and Marconi will next be playing against Manly United on Sunday at 1pm at Cromer Park.
Sydney University’s Victoria Guzman, Grace Henry, Rachel Soutar and Trudy Burke will be taking on the Emerging Jets on Sunday at 1.30pm at Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility.
Chloe O’Brien and North Shore Mariners will be playing against Blacktown Spartans on Sunday at 3pm at Blacktown Football Park.
Helen Petinos and Hannah Beard from NWS Koalas will be playing against Chloe O’Brien from Manly United on Sunday at 3pm at ELS Hall Park.
Illawarra Stingrays’ Michelle Carney, Caitlin Cooper and Jordan Baker will be playing against Demi Koulizakis and Lorena Budgen from FNSW Institute at 3pm on Sunday at JJ Kelly Park.
Keelin Winters and Seattle Reign will next be playing on Sunday at 12.30pm (AEST) against Kansas City.
The Portland Thorns and Kendall Johnson’s next match will be on July 4 against Sky Blue at 12pm (AEST).