MD3 Saturday NPL/WSL Summer Cup review.
MD2 SATURDAY NPL/WSL SUMMER CUP REVIEW
NPL/WSL Summer Cup review.
Women's football in Tasmania is back for another year but this year's instalment of the Statewide Cup will be a little different than previous years. Instead of a Round of 16 we only have 13 clubs nominated this year and three teams automatically go through the quarter-finals. It is a shame we didn't get the full sixteen so you'll have to forgive me for calling the fixtures match-day one. One has to wonder what went on there.
Women's football is back for 2021 in Tasmania with the return of the Women's Summer Cup in late February. Fixtures have now been released on Football Tasmania's roster portal and are subject to change.
Devonport continue to set the bar. We are nearly 3/4 of the way through the shortened season and it has been memorable to be fair. The NPL title race had some real contention for once and the WSL's top two teams continue to lead the way for Women's football in Tasmania. I must apologise for … Continue reading Where the top tiers are after a break
Olympia's winger Madi Chambers has signed on to leave the Warriors at season's end and will make the switch to move to Alabama State Hornets for 2021.
(L) Zebra's Zoe Nichols puts the pressure on Olympia's Hannah Johnson Clarence Zebras have defeated Olympia Warriors 1-0 courtesy of Caitlin Stalker's first half goal at Wentworth Park. Wednesday night football may not always be everyone's cup of tea, but with a good attendance of 200 in on a cold spring night at Clarence, I … Continue reading MID-WEEK WSL BLOCKBUSTER : ZEBRAS V WARRIORS
Clarence Zebras 1 (Caitlin Stalker 21′) defeated Olympia Warriors 0 at Wentworth Park. Crowd : 200 Match report to follow. (L) Zebra's Caitlin Stalker and Olympia's Hannah Johnson chase down the ball Olympia's Olivia Bomford in action (L) Olympia's Hannah Johnson and Zebra's Zoe Nichols in a tussle for the ball while Leah Gubb watches … Continue reading wsl zEBRAS V warriors gallery R8
Clarence Zebras 3 (Louisa Marmion 4', Allie Berry 44' 67') defeated South Hobart 1 (Phoebe Djakic 13') at Wentworth Park. South's stand-in coach Max Clarke gives instructions while South's NPL coach Ken Morton pictured far right looks on. Clarke was stand-in for coach Craig Westwood (L) Referees Zack Van Toor, (C) Sam Pepper and Kyhe … Continue reading THE SUNDAY WRAP : WSL R7