<------ end of left column------->
[Valid RSS]
Current Site
Hyundai A-League 2011/12
Westfield W-League 2011/12
National Youth League 2011/12
Hyundai A-League 7 Draw 2011/12
Westfield W-League 4 Draw 2011/12
National Youth League 4 Draw 2011/12
ACL Campaigns 2012
Internationals
NSW Leagues & Cups 2011
World Cup Women Germany 2011
ACL Campaigns 2011
Hyundai A-League 2010/11
Westfield W-League 2010/11
National Youth League 2010/11
Asian Cup 2011 in Qatar
Fans Opinions
Links
Archive
BOTN HAL 6 Tipping Comp
NSW Leagues & Cups 2010
ACT League & Cup 2010
Asian Cup & WCQ Women 2010
World Cup 2010 South Africa
ACL Campaigns 2010
Hyundai A-League 2009/10
Westfield W-League 2009/10
National Youth League 2009/10

2011/12 A-League Season
Also find earlier season's links here!
R18
R19

Back-of-the-Net.com
are always looking for amateur Football Writers and other contributors for this site.
If you reckon
you'd like to have go, or you've got what it takes
drop us a line
!


If you wish to use any of the material contained within
www.Back-of-the-Net.com
please ASK first.
Site Search

Back-of-the-Net.com

The World Wide Web


Live Scores
Other scores around the world

ASIA & OCEANIA

Hyundai A-league
Football Federation of Australia
The Womens Game
Asian Football Confederation
Singapore Football
NZ Football
NZ National Football Competition
Oceania Confederation
Ultimate NZ Soccer
Sportsweb Soccer NZ
FIFA Asian Confed

STATE LEAGUES

SE Queensland Premier League
Football Queensland
Qld State League
South Australian Premier League
WA State League
Tasmanian Leagues
Capital Football(ACT)
Football Federation NT
Northern NSW - incl NBN & 2HD Leagues
Victorian Premier League
NSW Premier League
NSW Super League
NSW Waratah Cup
NSW Division 1
NSW Division 2
Western Premier League (NSW)
NSW Illawarra Premier League

WOMEN'S FOOTBALL

Women's National League 2004
Women's National League 2003
Women's National Game - 2004
and Previous Seasons

Women's NSL - 2002 Season
NSW Women's Premier League

FUTSAL

NSW Futsal

BOTN MEDIA ACCREDITATION
Writers holders at various times of:
FIFA - Fédération Internationale
de Football Association - WC 2006
AFC - Asian Football Confederation
FFA - Football Federation Australia
SNSW - Soccer New South Wales
FFV - Football Federation Victoria

SBS TWG Forums
Australian Men's Football
Australian Women's Football

Australian 2011-12
HAL 7 Season

A-League: 2011-2012 Season
Weekend 17 in Review

30/01/2012
Jeremy Ruane


'Wellington and Perth win big as Mother Nature calls' - Mother Nature put the skids on Hyundai A-League leaders Central Coast Mariners this week, with their visit to Gold Coast United on Friday evening called off in the interests of spectator safety. ...
Review by Jeremy Ruane ...

[ More ...]

A-League: Round 17
Wellington go second
after breaking Melbourne heart

29/01/2012


Wellington Phoenix 3 - Melbourne Heart 1



Wellington Phoenix climbed to the hitherto uncharted territory of second place in the Hyundai A-League on 29 January after humbling Melbourne Heart 3-1 at Westpac Stadium, to the delight of a bumper 13,601-strong crowd ..
Jeremy Ruane reports from NZ

[ Match report .... ]

A-League: Round 17
Broich no longer
the lucky charm

28/01/2012


Brisbane Roar 0 - Newcastle Jets 1



It was a tough weekend for Brisbane Roar fans, as both W-League and A-League teams crashed to defeat, in contrasting manners. But one common thread could be identified in post-match analysis of the two games: Brisbane lacked a cutting edge up front ..
Andrew Demack reports from Brisbane

[ Match report .... ]

National Youth League: Round 13
28/01/2012



Melbourne Heart 2 - Gold Coast U 2


'10-men Gold Coast hold Heart' - Ten-man Gold Coast United have held Melbourne Heart to a 2-2 draw at John Cain Memorial Park on Saturday afternoon. Craig Goodwin gave the hosts an early lead ...
Alex Robinson reports from Melbourne

[ Match Report.... ]

W-League: Final
28/01/2012


Canberra United 3 - Brisbane Roar 2


Canberra United FC are the Westfield W-League Champions for Season 4, with an enthralling 3-2 win over Brisbane Roar FC in front of 2,512 fans at a packed and warm Mackellar Stadium in Canberra today ...
Chris Dunkerley reports
[ Match report .... ]

A-League: Round 17
Former Victory defender
snatches a point

26/01/2012


Melbourne Victory 2 - Sydney FC 2



Former Victory defender Sebastian Ryall has scored a 90th minutes equaliser against his former club to end the encounter 2-2. Isaka Cernak and Fabio gave the hosts a first-half lead before Bruno Cazarine and then Ryall in stoppage time equalised ..
Daniel Quinn reports from Melbourne

[ Match report .... ]

A-League: 2011-2012 Season
Round 16+ in Review

23/01/2012
Jeremy Ruane


'Central Coast surge clear with two wins in four days' - Hyundai A-League leaders Central Coast Mariners scored two wins in four days during the past week to surge clear at the top of the table, with two-thirds of the premiership phase of the competition having been completed ...
Review by Jeremy Ruane ...

[ More ...]

W-League: Semi Final
22/01/2012


Brisbane Roar 1 - Sydney FC 1 AET
(4-3 on penalties)


Brisbane Roar has made it through to the W-League grand final against Canberra, keeping intact their perfect record of attendance at the last game of the season ...
Andrew Demack reports from Brisbane
[ Match report .... ]

National Youth League: Round 12
22/01/2012



Melbourne Heart 1 - Brisbane Roar 5


'Heart failure against Roar' - Brisbane Roar has convincingly beaten Melbourne Heart 5-1 at John Cain Memorial Park today thanks to strong performances by Nicolas Fitzgerald and Matthew Thurtell ...
Alex Robinson reports from Melbourne

[ Match Report.... ]

A-League: Round 16
Coast use get out
of gaol card

21/01/2012


Central Coast Mariners 3 - Adelaide United 2



This was one game when the Central Coast Mariners used their 'get-out-of-gaol' card, coming back from 1-2 down to over-turn the Red's whirlwind period in the first half and to win 3-2 to break Adelaide's solid run. ..
Chris Dunkerley reports from Gosford

[ Match report .... ]

A-League: Round 16
Muscat discovers his licence
to score at last

20/01/2012


Melbourne Heart 1 - Brisbane Roar 1



Melbourne Heart have held a strong Brisbane Roar who had to come back from a goal behind to claim a point at AAMI Park on Saturday night. Germano took the lead on 31 minutes before Berisha equalised in the second-half. In a fair encounter Heart had the better chances but Roar did get into great positions without the final finish ..
Daniel Quinn reports from Melbourne

[ Match report .... ]

A-League: Round 16
Muscat discovers his licence
to score at last

20/01/2012


Newcastle Jets 0 - Wellington Phoenix 1



Wellington Phoenix made it back-to-back away wins in the Hyundai A-League for the first time in their history on January 20 as Manny Muscat scored his first goal for the club to earn a 1-0 win at Newcastle Jets ..
Jeremy Ruane reports from NZ

[ Match report .... ]

National Youth League: Round 12
20/01/2012



Central Coast Mariners 3 - Adelaide United 0




' Mariners sail to comfortable win over Reds' - The Central Coast Mariners have moved overnight to second in the National Youth League with a convincing 3-0 defeat of Adelaide United at Pluim Park, Lisarow ...
Chris Dunkerley reports from Lisarow

[ Match Report.... ]

A-League: Season 7
Round 16+ Preview
20/01/2012


This preview report covers details of HAL Round 16+, NYL Round 12, and the last W-League Semi-finals. Get out to a local game either this weekend or next! Otherwise catch it at your local club, pub, or new-found best friend's house! Game previews .. Lineups, tickets, TV and radio, etc.)

All the details in ..
[ Preview .... ]

Link to HAL7 R16

R.I.P: Johnny Warren (1943 - 2004)
'The Conscience of Australian Football!'

Link to HAL7 R16
A-League 2011/12 Season 7
Premiership

Results & Reports

Round 17+
2
2
Gold Coast
P
P
Central
0
1
3
1
Adelaide
0
3
Perth Glory
Melb Victory
1
1
Gold Coast
 

2011/2012 A-League Table

Round 17++ (incomplete)

#

Team

Pl

Wo

Dr

Lo

Gf

Ga

Dif

Pts

1

Central Coast

18

12

4

2

30

13

17

40

2

Wellington

19

9

3

7

27

21

6

30

3

Brisbane R

19

8

5

6

34

22

12

29

4

Perth Glory

19

8

4

7

26

25

1

28

5

Heart

19

7

5

7

28

26

2

26

6

Sydney

19

6

6

7

24

29

-5

24

7

Newcastle

19

6

4

9

23

31

-8

22

8

Victory

19

4

9

6

24

30

-6

21

9

Adelaide U

19

4

8

7

21

33

-12

20

10

Gold Coast

18

3

6

8

18

24

-6

15

Powered by PCsoccer  


2010/11 Champions - Brisbane Roar FC
2010/11 Premiers - Brisbane Roar FC
2010/11 Runners Up - Central Coast Mariners FC
2009/10 Champions - Sydney FC
2009/10 Runners Up - Melbourne Victory FC
2009/10 Premiers - Sydney FC
2008/09 Premiers - Melbourne Victory FC
Champions - Melbourne Victory FC
Runners up - Adelaide United FC
2007/08 Premiers - Central Coast Mariners FC
Champions - Newcastle Jets FC
Runners up - Central Coast Mariners FC

2006/07 Premiers - Melbourne Victory FC
Champions - Melbourne Victory FC
Runners Up - Adelaide United FC

2005/06 Premiers - Adelaide United FC
Champion - Sydney FC
GF Runners Up - Central Coast Mariners FC

Matches

Socceroos & Matildas:

    Socceroos:
  • Friendlies: tba
  • Final third stage Asia WCQ vs Soudi Arabia in Feb, 2012
  • Matildas & Young Matildas :
    - tba
  • Olyroos (U23) & Young Socceroos (U20):
    Olympic qualifiers
    Fixtures & Results
A-League fixtures:
HAL Season 6, Round 1 - Starts on Thursday 5 August 2010. 'Round' 30 (Week 27) - 12/13 February, 2011. Finals - 18 February to 13 March; with Grand Final held on Saturday 13 March, 2011.
All times are the local unless shown otherwise!

BOTN Player Points
Premiership Player 2010-11
Matt McKay (Brisbane)

Winner of Back Of The Net's 2005-2006
& Inaugural BOTN A-League Player Of The Year (Premiership)

Then Roar's Alex Brosque


See the Writers choices listing for 2010-11 HAL 6 Premiership
See the Writers choices listing for 2009-10 HAL 5 Premiership








The Women's Game

Subscribe to 'Oz Football' List!
BOTN recommends the OzFootball List on googlegroups
... enter your email and click on 'join' to sign up!

 
Other links - click here

The Football Sack (HAL)


The Real Game (State)








Our writers are encouraged to join the
Football Media Association (Australia)

About Us

By fans, for fans!
Crafted lovingly by hand
© Magic Llama 2000 - 2012