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Locals added to GCU women

Women’s Head Coach, Michael Cook, has drawn heavily on experienced local players for his 2018 squad. A further trio of young Gold Coast players with NPL experience have been added to Cook’s playing ranks. Having looked to California for his x-factor, Michael Cook has shown faith in the talent available on the Coast to bolster…

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GCU Weekend Wrap – January 28

Senior Women GCU 3-0 Western Pride United rounded out an undefeated pre-season with a convincing 3-0 over Western Pride at Robina Raptors on Sunday. Meg Mcelligot took her pre-season tally to eight goals with a brace before Dee Thompson chipped in with her first goal for the club to secure the result. Head coach Michael…

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GCU women sign young trio

Gold Coast United head coach Michael Cook has added a trio of talented youngsters to his squad ahead of the 2018 PS4 NPL Queensland women’s season. Lua Suero, Kijana Walker and Lara Byfield are among a host of young locals given a chance in Cook’s squad. At just 15, Lua Suero is the youngest member…

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McElligott and Wagstaffe

Gold Coast United sign experienced duo

Gold Coast United are delighted to announce the additions of Meg McElligott and Tyler Wagstaffe to their 2018 Women’s and Men’s squads respectively. McElligott and Wagstaffe both live on the Coast and return to play football in the region, off the back of strong performances in the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland for Brisbane-based clubs.  …

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GCU Women’s Squad Strengthened by Local Experience

Michael Cook, Head Coach of the Gold Coast United Women’s program, turns to experienced local duo to further strengthen his 2018 Senior squad Local players, Joy Forsyth and Neesa Doyle, have been confirmed as the latest key, experienced signings in Cook’s 2018 squad, adding even more NPL depth and experience. Forsyth brings her no-nonsense, aggressive…

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