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Womens NPL results

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FFSA - NPL Match Details Report:

PlayStation 4 Women's NPL SA:

ROUND 1:



Adelaide City: 2(Matilda MCNAMARA 34', Maddie DU RIEU 36')
Para Hills Knights: 1(Stephanie EISNER 69')
Venue: Elite Systems Football Centre
Date: 18/03/2016 06:15
Adelaide City Substitutes: Isobel DAHLEN-FLIGHT on Susan BASSETT off(58'), Kate ESCA on Maddie DU RIEU off(67'), Valeria GUAJARDO on Georgia CAMPAGNALE off(83')
Para Hills Knights Substitutes: Demi MORSE on Stephanie EISNER off(75'), Georgina RAMSEY on Margarita FITZHARRIS off(81')
Adelaide City Yellow cards: Nil
Para Hills Knights Yellow cards: Nil
Adelaide City Red cards: Nil
Para Hills Knights Red cards: Nil



West Adelaide: 2(Olivia ROBINSON 24', Sevanah PANTELIS 69')
Sturt Marion: 0
Venue: Adelaide Shores Football Centre
Date: 18/03/2016 06:15
West Adelaide Substitutes: Nil
Sturt Marion Substitutes: Nil
West Adelaide Yellow cards: Nil
Sturt Marion Yellow cards: Nil
West Adelaide Red cards: Nil
Sturt Marion Red cards: Nil



Metro United WFC: 5(Lauren STEER 22', Laura STOCKDALE 23', Roxanne DODD 34', Stefany SCRIVA 69', Laura STOCKDALE 81')
Fulham United: 0
Venue: Elite Systems Football Centre
Date: 18/03/2016 08:15
Metro United WFC Substitutes: Stefany SCRIVA on Donna COCKAYNE off(60'), Mary Anne FROST on Mirella SCALZI off(89'), Jessica WATERHOUSE on Laura STOCKDALE off(89')
Fulham United Substitutes: Josephine TRIMBOLI on Stella RIGON off(66'), Victoria BATTERSBY on Nadia LESAN off(81'), Andi DIMKOU on Josephine TRIMBOLI off(90')
Metro United WFC Yellow cards: Tayla BRADLEY 55', Ebony WEIDENBACH 84'
Fulham United Yellow cards: Nil
Metro United WFC Red cards: Nil
Fulham United Red cards: Nil



Cumberland United: 2(Anna PRITCHARD 27', Anna PRITCHARD 67')
Adelaide University: 4(Maria Jose ROJAS 35', Esther HEYWOOD-SMITH 42', Gabrielle BENTLEY 62', Maria Jose ROJAS 90+3')
Venue: Adelaide Shores Football Centre
Date: 18/03/2016 08:15
Cumberland United Substitutes: Sarah COGHLAN on Caitlin STALKER off(55'), Aidene PARR on Lauren CHILVERS off(87'), Nicole ROBERTSON on Hannah CUSTANCE off(78')
Adelaide University Substitutes: Alexandra FITRIDGE on Esther HEYWOOD-SMITH off(87')
Cumberland United Yellow cards: Nil
Adelaide University Yellow cards: Chantelle RYDER 58'
Cumberland United Red cards: Nil
Adelaide University Red cards: Nil

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:lol: Feisty affairs these ladies' games, four senior games and they managed three yellow cards between eight teams. Do they have referees? :wink:
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Nice One Cyril wrote::lol: Feisty affairs these ladies' games, four senior games and they managed three yellow cards between eight teams. Do they have referees? :wink:
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Nice One Cyril wrote::lol: Feisty affairs these ladies' games, four senior games and they managed three yellow cards between eight teams. Do they have referees? :wink:
Actually they are very feisty games NOC but they just get up and get on with it unlike the men unfortunately. Maybe the refs like that approach :?:

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Ginger Pele wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote::lol: Feisty affairs these ladies' games, four senior games and they managed three yellow cards between eight teams. Do they have referees? :wink:
Actually they are very feisty games NOC but they just get up and get on with it unlike the men unfortunately. Maybe the refs like that approach :?:
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What's the faaaarken point of having a Wimmins Forum if you ain't going to use it?

Us misogynists need our space :evil:
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Mad_Max wrote:What's the faaaarken point of having a Wimmins Forum if you ain't going to use it?

Us misogynists need our space :evil:
I'm thinking of posting men's scores in the women's forum. Do you think I might get banned if I did?
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Bomber wrote:
Mad_Max wrote:What's the faaaarken point of having a Wimmins Forum if you ain't going to use it?
Us misogynists need our space :evil:
I'm thinking of posting men's scores in the women's forum. Do you think I might get banned if I did?
No, JC will just move it to the correct place.

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Mad_Max wrote:What's the faaaarken point of having a Wimmins Forum if you ain't going to use it?

Us misogynists need our space :evil:
Very true, there's a women's forum for a reason.

Why hasn't it been moved yet?
West Adelaide Soccer Club president Alex Alexandrou said the club was still in a position to be playing and training at the new ground either by the end of the 2015 season or in 2016.

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Ginger Pele wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote::lol: Feisty affairs these ladies' games, four senior games and they managed three yellow cards between eight teams. Do they have referees? :wink:
Actually they are very feisty games NOC but they just get up and get on with it unlike the men unfortunately. Maybe the refs like that approach :?:
Ref's dont exactly use the same laws of the game, one footed tackle is ok in women's, but not in men's? or a elbow in the face is deemed ok, play on .. do it inmen's game, its a yellow. Just my observation so far for round 1 .

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magicfootball1 wrote:
Ginger Pele wrote:
Nice One Cyril wrote::lol: Feisty affairs these ladies' games, four senior games and they managed three yellow cards between eight teams. Do they have referees? :wink:
Actually they are very feisty games NOC but they just get up and get on with it unlike the men unfortunately. Maybe the refs like that approach :?:
Ref's dont exactly use the same laws of the game, one footed tackle is ok in women's, but not in men's? or a elbow in the face is deemed ok, play on .. do it inmen's game, its a yellow. Just my observation so far for round 1 .
a one footed tackle isn't OK? Since when?

Are women really playing to different laws? since when?
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I heard along the grape vine Lisa De Vanna has been out at Fulham training..... This is a joke surely?! If a player of that class was going to play here in Adelaide surely she would have picked a more competitive club to train on with? Can someone clarify whether there is any truth to this rumour?

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She came out to trial for the team. Hopefully she put in a solid performance and gets selected into Fulhams Squad. Good luck Lisa.

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Southern star wrote:I heard along the grape vine Lisa De Vanna has been out at Fulham training..... This is a joke surely?! If a player of that class was going to play here in Adelaide surely she would have picked a more competitive club to train on with? Can someone clarify whether there is any truth to this rumour?
Surely not

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This is just too funny.

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Who has been sucked in? :lol: :roll:

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neits/burgo/shadow wrote:She came out to trial for the team. Hopefully she put in a solid performance and gets selected into Fulhams Squad. Good luck Lisa.
That's that question answered!

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:shock:

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UPDATE:
Lisa De Vanna trialled very well, was technically sound and a great leader. The only factor letting her down was her lack of commitment to the whole WNPL season. The club could not offer her a place in the squad for 2016.

Fulham United FC would like to thank Lisa for attending her trial with the club and wish her all the best in her future endeavours....

(Apparently the Olympics in Rio is more important than WNPL :lol: )

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Hold on, so this bird is off to the Olympics with the national team and Fulham didn't give her a place in the squad because she can't play the whole season :lol:
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God is an Englishman wrote:Hold on, so this bird is off to the Olympics with the national team and Fulham didn't give her a place in the squad because she can't play the whole season :lol:
:oops:
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OMG this just keeps getting better.

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Clearly people can't see the joke in this.

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:lol: can't believe some people get sucked in so easily! :clown:

I can see your sense of humour doesn't change Neits :D

Good luck for the rest of the season.

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juniorsupporter wrote:OMG this just keeps getting better.
Hook, line, and sinker

Some people are just too easy, well done neits :lol: :lol:

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themagnet wrote:
Some people are just too easy,
I know :lol:
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God is an Englishman wrote:
themagnet wrote:
Some people are just too easy,
I know :lol:

Clearly Neits isn't the only one with a good sense of humour. Well Done Englishman! :lol:

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juniorsupporter wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
themagnet wrote:
Some people are just too easy,
I know :lol:

Clearly Neits isn't the only one with a good sense of humour. Well Done Englishman! :lol:
I did have to look up who she was though :D
West Adelaide Soccer Club president Alex Alexandrou said the club was still in a position to be playing and training at the new ground either by the end of the 2015 season or in 2016.

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