Metro United WFC vs Adelaide University
Venue: VALO Football Centre
Date: 5/07/2019 08:15 PM
It’s 4th v 5th tonight at VALO as Metro United look to keep hold of 4th spot. A win for Metro will give them a 7 point breather over 5th placed Adelaide Uni, however a win for Uni will put them only 1 point out of finals contention with only weeks to play in the minor rounds.
Metro United enter tonight after a shocking 3-0 loss at the hands of Adelaide Comets last week but will boosted by the return of star player Kristy Moore. Moore has been nursing an injury since Round 11, however the team will be high in confidence knowing the experience she brings into the squad.
Adelaide Uni will be looking to pounce on Metro and show that their 2-1 over third placed Salisbury Inter last week was not just a once off. Adelaide Uni will look to climb into the finals contention and show their true strength with a magnificent line-up of players.
Metro United WFC: 2. Ebony Kyriacou, 7. Millie Scott, 8. Chrissy Panagaris, 9. Roxann Dodd, 10. Eleanor Bills, 12. Rochelle Kuhar, 14. Donna Cockayne, 15. Mirella Scalzi, 16. Hunter Strudwick (GK), 17. Stella Rigon (C), 18. Isabella Scalzi, 21. Stefany Scriva, 23. Kristy Moore, 27. Amber-May Smith, 29. Jessica Signoriello, 55. Olivia Bunge
Coaches: Antonio Scalzi, Brenton Ellul
Team Staff: Elizabeth Mcgrath, Terry Kyriacou, Andreas Zacharia
Adelaide University: 1. Evelyn Goldsmith (GK), 2. Elle Pirintzis, 4. Gemma Macfarlane, 10. Georgia Iannella, 11. Laura Johns (C), 12. Georgia Box, 13. Mabel Day, 14. Pirrie Weeks, 15. Velvet Klass, 17. Natalie Hayman, 22. Elyse Moon, 23. Alysia Panagakos, 29. Lauren Munn, 30. Mawa Sumaoro, 37. Chloe Craig, 38. Lauren Mather
Coaches: Kosta Jaric, Andrej Djakovic, Mark Bosio, Hayley Truskewycz
Team Staff: Giorgio Profiris, Thiago Pinheiro, Alice Gorman
Adelaide Comets vs Salisbury Inter
Venue: West Beach Parks Football Centre
Date: 5/07/2019 08:00 PM
Salisbury Inter look to continue their good season form and look to secure a top three finish for the first time. However in their way is an in form and confident Adelaide Comets. Comets are coming off an astonishing 3-0 win over the 2018 premiers of Metro United.
The Match at TK Shutter last Saturday night shows that Mansueto’s side has the skill to out play the experience of a squad such as Metro. Mansueto will look to the leadership of Georgia Johnson down back and Sarah Chappel up front to try and pull of their second upset in two weeks.
Inter will look to bounce back after a disappointing 2-1 loss at the hands of Adelaide Uni last week. Inter now only hold 3rd spot by 2 points and risk dropping to 4th spot. Something they haven’t done since Round 7 (Inter have only been outside the top 3 for 2 rounds this season).
Both previous encounters this season have resulted in 2-0 and 2-1 results in favour of Inter so they will look to continue their form this evening.
Adelaide Comets: Leslie Queguiner, 1. Tessa Touchette (GK), 2. Vanja Todorovic, 4. Georgia Johnson (C), 7. Elise Garlick, 9. Victoria Mansueto, 10. Charlotte Meszaros, 11. Emma Wiltshire, 12. Abbey Flight, 14. Rachel Hampton, 16. Sarah Chappel, 23. Caitlin Stalker, 24. Mariah Aplin, 35. Amber Elvin, 42. Izabella Palmero, 47. Courtney Dowling, 49. Georgie Nicola
Coaches: Tony Mansueto, Arthur Skrembos, Jim Tsialafos, Alex Savva
Team Staff: Jeanette Chappel, Steffan Bastians, James Frantzis
Salisbury Inter: 1. Sian Mclaren (GK), 2. Melanie Comyns, 5. Esther M Heywood-smith, 6. Chantelle Ryder (C), 8. Nicole Calder, 10. Emily Condon, 11. Nicola Frazzetto, 14. Jasmine Hurst, 15. Sarah Taylor, 17. Romy Franceschilli, 20. Erin Hood, 24. Courtney Mitchell, 25. Sinead Parobiec, 30. Sofia Tipouikidis, 32. Hannah Toomey
Coaches: Tracey Jenkins, Darran King, Brad Donovan, Phil Hallard
Team Staff: Tamara Simeoni, Kim Hood
Adelaide City FC vs FFSA NTC
Venue: VALO Football Centre
Date: 5/07/2019 06:15 PM
Adelaide City are the team that just can’t be stopped this season. they continue to hold a 5 point lead at the top of table and will look to gain on that with a win over bottom placed FFSA NTC in tonight’s first match at VALO Football Centre.
The NTC side have only scored 2 wins this season and will be out with fire to ensure they don’t remain on the bottom of the table for long. They will look to get themselves out of the relegation zone by an upset win over the reigning champions.
Adelaide City will look to continue their goal scoring phenomenon this evening. City have 3 of the top 5 goal scorers, with Dawber, Di Bartolo and (Yuka) Sasaki scoring a combined 50 goals for the Oakden side. With a goal difference of -23, NTC will be out to ensure their defence is strong.
Adelaide City FC: 1. Kendall Jenner (GK), 2. Alicia Nickolas, 3. Matilda Mcnamara, 4. Daniela Di Bartolo, 5. Alyce Macauley, 6. Nora Peat, 7. Isabel Hodgson, 8. Dylan Holmes, 10. Chelsie Dawber, 12. Georgia Campagnale, 13. Alison Atkins, 15. Bianca Gray, 16. Isobel Dahlen-Flight, 17. Tiarn Powell (C), 19. Daphne Mcleod, 21. Mikayla Vidmar, 33. Nanako Sasaki, 40. Yuka Sasaki, 45. Claudia Jenkins (GK)
Coaches: Andrew Calderbank, Mitchell Daly, Brian Gale
Team Staff: Seymour Di Bartolo, Rachael Jaensch, Frank Coghlan
FFSA NTC : 1. Erin Murphy (GK), 2. Zoe Tolland, 6. Ella Tonkin, 7. Talia Bilardo, 10. Caitlin White, 11. Lara Kirkby, 14. Ella Smith, 15. Sarah Branford, 17. Lily Di Cola, 19. Ellie Sparrow, 20. Abbey Burns, 21. Alessia Curcio, 24. Abby Middleton, 52. Khal Adam Khan
Coaches: Airton Andrioli, Michael Moularas, Mark Lobianco, Dylan Lucas
Team Staff: Sharee Mcnamara, Jason Collins, Cristiano Dos Santos Rodrigues
Fulham United vs West Adelaide
Date: 7/07/2019 01:00 PM
For the first time in WNPL history, we go to Renmark to showcase the best talent in Women’s Football here in SA. Renmark Olympic Soccer Club play host to the Fulham v West Adelaide fixture this round on Sunday afternoon. Both clubs will be out to prove to the community that they are the best and showcase to them what Women’s Football is all about!
Fulham enter this encounter after a disappointing 8-2 loss to Adelaide City last week but are hoping a fresh and new environment can help them secure an upset over the West Adelaide side. They will have the star of Katherine Ebbs back in their side to help in terms of leadership and experience.
“Orange” we glad West Adelaide are in this fixture? Local girl Chrissa Pavlomanolakas and assistant coach Eric Sialas will get the chance to play out front of their friends and family as they get to play a WNPL fixture at “home” for the first time. West Adelaide enter tonight after an impressive 3-0 win over NTC last week.
FFSA are excited to be taking a Women’s game to Renmark to help celebrate 10 years of Women’s Football in the Riverland and FFSA, Fulham United and the Clubs are all looking forward to engaging with the local communities.
Fulham United: Katherine Ebbs, Dalyce Jenner, 2. Micaela Quinn, 4. Natasha Vella, 5. Jenna Mccormick, 6. Josephine Trimboli, 7. Jessica Fulford, 10. Amielia Ebbs, 13. Hannah Jenkin, 14. Laura Niejalke, 15. Sharni Tansell, 16. Caitlin Le Roux, 19. Zoe J Turner-Davey, 21. Jessica Benzi, 22. Sarah Mills, 23. Lauren Ferretti, 30. Konstantina Theodorakos (GK)
Coaches: John Ebbs, Ayoub Hassine, Valentino Esposito
Team Staff: Jessica Nagel, Dean Spurling, Antony Tedesco
West Adelaide: 1. Sarah Willacy (GK), 2. Elena Psaroulis, 3. Sevanah Pantelis, 4. Abby Touchette, 5. Christie Hillyer, 8. Georgia Macri, 10. Chrissa Pavlomanolakos (C), 11. Emily Hodgson, 15. Anna Pritchard, 17. Dragana Kljajic, 18. Izabel Czechowicz, 19. Mina Nishitani, 28. Siena Covino, 29. Nenita Burgess, 38. Harriet Burnett, 39. Nikki Henkens
Coaches: Adrian Santrac, Paul Giannaras, Eric Sialas
Team Staff: Julie Ocego-Kingsley, Carla Magnera, Vasilios Pantelis