Monday, May 17, 2021

Sunday women's football results - 16 May 2021

Photo:  Clarence Zebras' Allie Berry (right) hit a hat-trick against Glenorchy Knights [PlessPix] 

Women’s Super League

Taroona 3-1 South Hobart

Photo:  Glenorchy Knights' Bethany Creese controls the ball while under pressure from Clarence Zebras' captain, Abbey Clark [PlessPix]  

Women’s Southern Championship

Taroona 4-1 South Hobart

Glenorchy Knights 1 (Madeline Stoye) lost to Clarence Zebras 8 (Allie Berry 3, Grace Pollard, Abbey Clark, Charlotte Butler, Eliza Wiley)

Photo:  Charlotte Butler (fourth from left) is congratulated by her Clarence Zebras team-mates after scoring [PlessPix]  

Olympia Warriors 0-8 University

New Town White Eagles 1-5 Kingborough Lions United

Women’s Southern Championship 1

Glenorchy Knights 0-9 Clarence Zebras

Photo:  Clarence Zebras' Shelley Cook (right) sticks a leg in to win the ball [PlessPix]


Photo:  Clarence Zebras' Samantha Richardson (left) keeping an eye on Glenorchy Knights' Rufta Gebrehit [PlessPix]


Anonymous said...

i heard that Olympia approached Nina Daniels from New Town and they are complaining about Austin leaving. double standards Warriors

Anonymous said...

I didn't realise Newtown Eagles were in the WSL - stupid me!!!!! How dare Olympia approach someone in a league below to see if they want to play in the TOP women's competition in the state. I don't think she is exactly youth that has been at Eagles for a while. I might be wrong though - NOT. Money wasn't thrown at her either. Different scenario genius.
How about you don't hide under anonymous and try and stir the pot.

Anonymous said...

Anon 9.41pm
Check your grammar. Capitals at the beginning of sentences.

Anonymous said...

I think you have missed the point. Olympia are happy to approach any player from any league and when a club approaches one of their players it's a disaster.

Anonymous said...

Havent missed the point. Nina was specifically mentioned in comparison to Austin. Simply not the same. Nice try mate.