Posts Tagged:NPLW Queensland

United’s emerging female talent

Gold Coast United female support staff and bench (U18’s v Capalaba, 18 July 2020 – Parkin)   With a heavy playing schedule and workload in store over the next few months, Women’s coach  Alex Bundalo and U18’s gaffer, Cristobal Soto, are working closely together to prepare the next crop of talented younger players to step…

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Ayesha Norrie joins United

Ayesha Norrie in action for Gold Coast United (Kyoko)   Exciting news for the Women’s squad with the addition of Ayesha Norrie for the remainder of the Football Queensland, National Premier Leagues Women’s season. The talented mid-fielder returns home to the sunshine state after spending the 2019-20 W-League season with Perth Glory. Norrie is no…

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Bella Habuda joins United

Bella Habuda joins Gold Coast United       The big news keeps on coming with Bella Habuda arriving at the club for the 2020 Football Queensland Women’s National Premier Leagues season. The 23 year old from Windsor, Ontario joins us after a season in Europe playing for Austrian club SK Sturm Graz and has…

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Experienced Trio back in frame

Neesa Doyle, Jayde Lowe & Joy Forsyth back in 2020       United have been strengthened by the re-signing of the experienced Jayde Lowe, Neesa Doyle and Joy Forsyth, the trio having played over 200 games in the top tier of the National Premier Leagues Women’s competition.   Coach Alex Bundalo knows how important…

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Anita Leś joins United

Anita Leś on board for 2020     Experienced defender Anita Leś has signed for the Gold Coast United Women’s 2020 squad. With over 60 matches to her credit in the Women’s National Premier League competition in Victoria, coach Alex Bundalo is excited about Anita signing. “Having someone of Anita’s skill and experience is huge for…

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Corbett commits!

Zoe Corbett in action against Lions FC in 2019 (Patrick Kearney)     Zoe Corbett is the latest player to confirm she’ll be back for the Gold Coast United Women in 2020. After coming into her own in the back end of 2019, the tenacious attacker is focused on getting herself super fit for the…

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United down Jets to signal final’s intentions

Dee Thompson celebrates her goal against Moreton Bay with Paige Taylor (Sportspics)   How fitting that the Gold Coast United Women topped off the club’s inaugural Pink Day with a 1-0 win over the second placed Moreton Bay United at Coplicks on Sunday, their last regular season home game, to signal their finals intentions. After…

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United Women V Western Pride – NPLWQLD Rd24

    After an impressive away win against third placed Capalaba last start, the Gold Coast United Women head to Briggs Road quietly confident of getting the job done against a Pride outfit who’ve struggled to find their best form in season 2019.   Following one of  the most complete performances from the Women in 2019,…

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United Women V Capalaba – NPLWQLD Rd23

    A big match for the Women, a trip to Capalaba to face the third placed Dogs in Football Queensland’s NPLW Match of the Round. After a bye last round, United have prepared well for this trip. Capalaba brushed past a defiant Pride in Rd22, that 3-0 win on the road puts them in…

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Gold Coast United v The Gap – NPLWQLD Rd21 Preview

    United head to Walton Bridge this afternoon looking to take their undefeated run into double figures. It’s nine games since United were on the wrong side of the scoreline, a run that’s included seven successive wins. United Technical Director, Craig Midgley, knows that tonight’s game against the fifth placed Gap will be a…

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