Women’s Premier League

WPL – Avalon peak at right time.

AVALON have peaked at the perfect time of year, winning Sunday’sMWFA women’s Premier League grand final at Cromer Park. Alice Kirby was the standout, finishing with a goal and a assist in the 3-1 triumph versus pre-game favourites Beacon Hill.

A daunting task for Avalon – WPL.

IF Avalon manage to contain Beacon Hill strikers Ayse Adalis and Jess Wootton this Sunday, they should win the women’s MWFA Premier League grand final. Given the dynamic duo have scored a combined 68 goals in 2017, it is a daunting task. Beacon Hill

Right time for WPL Avalon.

GOALS in each half from Ashley McEwan and Rachel Marr saw Avalon stun league champions Manly Vale 2-0 in Sunday’s MWFA women’s Premier League semi-final at Melwood Oval. Reds coach Larry Bates felt it was all about peaking at the right time. &

WPL Manly Vale clinch first.

MANLY Vale clinched their first title since 2012 after a comprehensive 4-1 win against Avalon on Sunday. The Lady Reds scored first at David Thomas Reserve, but the hosts didn’t panic, with braces from Jules Waugh and Ceri Morgan securing the silver

Another test for Beacon Hill WPL.

BEACON Hill coach Vince Vescio believes all the pressure is on league leaders Manly Vale this weekend. Vale had the chance to win the title last weekend, only to lose 2-0 to Wakehurst. On Sunday, Tony Bruzzano and Roland Winter’s ladies face another

WPL Top 4 – yet to be decided.

WAKEHURST ensured the women’s title race in the MWFA Premier League won’t be decided until the final round after beating Manly Vale 2-0 on Sunday at David Thomas Reserve. Tigers defender Gemma O’Toole described the 90 minutes as ‘h

Fight for 4th position in WPL.

EXPECT plenty of passion and fireworks when Forest Killarney host Avalon this Sunday at Melwood Oval. Both squads are fighting for fourth spot and know a win this weekend is essential. The Reds are currently one point clear of the girls in green. “Q

Fight for 4th position – WPL.

AVALONcoach Larry Bates remains convinced his team is semi-final bound – despite losing 4-3 to Beacon Hill on Sunday afternoon at Careel Bay. The Reds, sitting in fourth on 29 points, entered the home clash knowing a win or draw would give them brea

Celebration for WPL – HSU.

PLAYERS from Harbord Seasiders United celebrated on Sunday afternoon following their 1-1 draw with Brookvale at Allan Border Oval. And rightly so – it was HSU’s first point of the season. Rachel Lewis gave her team the lead in the first half,