Posts Tagged:The Women’s Game

Bundalo Lands Top Job

Alex Bundalo (r) with United TD Craig Midgley during season 2019 (Craig Clifford / Sportspics)       Gold Coast United is pleased to announce Alex Bundalo as the 2020 Women’s head coach. An assistant to Craig Midgley in the back half of season 2019, Bundalo brings much experience to the role. As a youth…

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Gold Coast United FC launch a 2020 Women’s Pre-season Cup

The inaugural Faye Rodd Invitational Cup on the Gold Coast over the Australia Day long weekend in January 2020     Gold Coast United is pleased to announce the launch of the inaugural Faye Rodd Cup, a Women’s pre-season tournament to be held on the Australia Day Long Weekend on the beautiful Gold Coast at our…

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Lowe back for United Women

Jayde Lowe re-signs with the United Women’s squad (Craig Clifford / Sportspics)     Talented midfielder Jayde Lowe has returned to the Coast ahead of the opening round of the National Premier Leagues Queensland Women’s competition. Lowe spent the back end of season 2018 at United before heading to the US to study and play…

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Dynamic attacker joins United

Prolific goalscorer Nadine Keast in action for Mackay Lions SC       Nadine Keast is the latest player to join the Gold Coast United Women’s 2019 squad. Having recently relocated to the Gold Coast from Mackay for work and aspiring to continue her football at the highest level, the dynamic attacker saw United as…

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Braithwaite back for United Women

Imogen Braithwaite re-signs with the United Women’s squad (Glenn Hampson / Gold Coast Bulletin)     Imogen Braithwaite has re-signed for Gold Coast United continuing her association with coach Michael Cook.  The young defender was part of Cook’s all-conquering 2017 Peninsula Power Women’s National Premier Leagues squad and when the chance to continue that association…

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Japanese Duo Joins United

Michael Cook has added more international flavor to the Gold Coast United Women’s squad with the addition of a quality Japanese duo to bolster his 2019 contingent. With the squad already brimming with exceptional local talent, Momo Hayashi and Rie Kitano arrive in Australia in January ahead of the Women’s National Premier Leagues season start…

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Adnum arrives from Pride

Georgina Adnum in action for Western Pride       Gold Coast United has strengthened it’s defensive stocks with the signing of Georgina Adnum to the Women’s 2019 squad. For Coach Michael Cook the addition of Adnum to his squad is a real bonus, a player with Georgina’s experience willing to join the Club is…

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Teenagers added to Women’s Squad

Teenagers Chantelle Lloyd and Kijana Walker added to United’s 2019 Women’s squad       Michael Cook has stuck fast to his philosophy of providing opportunities to young players signing Chantelle Lloyd and Kijana Walker to his 2019 Women’s National Premier Leagues squad. The teenage defenders add youthful exuberance and enthusiasm to a team shaping…

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Wildcat joins United

Zoe Corbett joins Gold Coast United from the Byron Bay WIldcats       Another signing from across the border with Zoe Corbett the latest addition to the Gold Coast United Women’s squad for season 2019. The Byron Bay ‘Wildcat’ joins the growing list of players from the Northern Rivers to venture north to test…

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Georgia Elliston back for 2019

Georgia Elliston has re-signed for the Gold Coast United Women’s 2019 squad (Craig Clifford / Sportspics)         Gold Coast United Women’s Coach Michael Cook has secured the re-signing of young attacker Georgia Elliston as he looks to build a squad capable of improving on a solid 2018 season. Elliston is central to…

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