Tag Archives: WWL9

R11 Review: Sydney seven clear after Victory wins derby

By Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com HAL Round Review Unbeaten Hyundai A-League leaders Sydney FC are seven points clear of their nearest rivals after Melbourne Victory came from behind to

R10 Review: Sydney maintain buffer as top four strengthen grip

By Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com HAL Round Review Sydney FC maintained their six-point buffer in the Hyundai A-League on the penultimate weekend before Christmas as the top four teams

R9 Review: Melbourne draws allow Sydney to stretch lead again

By Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com HAL Round Review Four of the top five teams met each other in ninth round action in the Hyundai A-League over the first weekend

Refs penalty call stymies Jets

By Chris Dunkerley: Westfield W-League – Season 9 – 2016/2017 – Round 5 2:30pm, Sunday 4 December, 2016 – Hunter Stadium Newcastle United Jets FC 1 (Jennifer Hoy 46′) lost to Sydney

R8 Review: Melbourne teams close gap on faltering Sydney

By Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com HAL Round Review Early season pacemakers Sydney FC are beginning to falter as the Hyundai A-League approaches the one-third mark of the campaign, but

Newcastle go top with hard fought win at home

By Chris Dunkerley: Westfield W-League – Season 9 – 2016/2017 – Round 3 2:30pm, Sunday 20 November 2016 – Hunter Stadium Newcastle United Jets FC 1  (48′ pen Jen Hoy)  defeated Perth

The Champions snatch a win in Canberra

By Chris Dunkerley: Westfield W-League – Season 9 – 2016/2017 – Round 2 3pm, Saturday 12 November 2016 – Canberra Stadium Canberra United FC 1  (Ellie Brush pen 90’+3′) lost to Melbourne

Reds deny Victory as W-League opens

By Chris Dunkerley: Westfield W-League – Season 9 – 2016/2017 – Round 1 2pm, Sunday 6 November 2016 – Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide Adelaide United FC 3 (Stella Rigon 13′, Adriana Jones 20′,

R5 Review: Sydney come from behind to storm five points clear

by Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com HAL Round Review They may have conceded their first goal of the season, but Sydney FC continue to make every post a winning one