MWFA 2019 Female Coaching Scholarship Program Applications Now Open As part of the MWFAs commitment to increasing the number of female coaches on the Northern Beaches, we are pleased to once again offer a Female Coaching Scholarship Program in 2019. Two f
GREG Fuchs is a school principal by day, and his Belrose Terrey Hills AL/1s men’s squad will tell you he is equally disciplined when it comes to coaching football. Taking over in the off-season at Wyatt Ave, plenty expected his team to win the compe
MOSMAN showed what they are capable of on Sunday, holding high flying Manly Vale to a 1-1 draw at Allan Border Oval. Jemma Griffin was on target for the Whales, who shaded their opponents for large portions of the contest. “It was a great performanc
SEAFORTH remain top of the MWFA Premier League following a pulsating 2-2 draw with a fired up Brookvale at Graham Reserve on Saturday. The hosts viewed the end result as a missed opportunity, especially after recovering from a 1-0 deficit at halftime.
WITH the semi finals looming, Wakehurst are well placed to win consecutive grand finals in August. But any talk of silverware was quickly dismissed by Tigers coach Donna Stuart. We are happy to fly under the radar, she said. I will say our second half of
SEAFORTH coach Jordan Lefebvre expects Brookvale to be ready for war ahead of Saturdays top of the table clash at Graham Reserve. The Blues have stumbled in recent weeks, but when in the mood, they can be devastating. We are wary of their numerous strengt
AVALON’s 18/1s have won trophies and titles for fun the past few years – but it is their humble nature on the pitch which pleases their coach Jud Harrison. Last Sunday the Lady Reds won their State Cup decider, with a goal from Kira Johnson en
MWFA will be hosting a workshop on trials/grading processes and pre-season training for coaches, CCCs and club committee members, as well as giving them an opportunity to share what has worked well for them at their clubs with each other. Trials/Grading a
IT wasn’t pretty, but in the end Manly Allambie did what was required to beat Forest Killarney 2-1 on Sunday at Melwood Oval. Cassie Rodgers gave the away side the lead, only to see the hosts equalise from the penalty spot early in the second half.
DEE Why’s relegation fears have slightly eased after a hard fought 1-0 win over Pittwater RSL FC on Saturday at Kitchener. Unai Bell scored the winner for the Swans, who move to 11 points after 15 rounds. With Mosman and Pitts both on 14 points, Dee