MWFA women’s Premier League round 10 preview

MWFA women’s Premier League round 10 preview

HEIDI van Weeren knew what she signed up for when she took over as head coach of Brookvale FC in the off-season.

A new look Blues squad, filled with plenty of young talent – but lacking experience.

This campaign has been a testing one, but van Weeren has enjoyed the numerous challenges.

“It is a process, you can’t expect instant success when you have so many young girls,” she said ahead of Sunday’s home tussle with Mosman at Graham Reserve.

“I will also say it is a very strong competition, for me definitely stronger than the past few years, the standard has gone through the roof.

“We have learnt on the run, but injuries have also been a factor.

“Not being able to call on my first choice XI has been difficult, but I feel we are slowly improving, which is great.”

Elsewhere on Sunday, Wakehurst do battle with Forest Killarney, Seaforth host Manly Vale and Manly Allambie play Beacon Hill.

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