Posts Tagged:Women’s NPL

Attacking Duo Signed

Hollie Jarrett & Keea Parrish, the latest GCU Women’s recruits     Michael Cook has opted for a blend of youth and experience with his latest signings as he looks to add some attacking punch to the Women’s tilt at the National Premier Leagues Queensland 2019 Women’s competition.   Latest recruits, Keea Parrish (18) and…

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Akins commits

MacKenzie Akins in action in 2018 (Craig Clifford / Sportspics)     Talented attacker MacKenzie Akins has committed to the Club for 2019. After a stellar first season in the National Premier Leagues Queensland Women’s competition, Akins was high on Michael Cook’s hit list as he looks to assemble a squad with the capability of…

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Zaffina on Cusp of W-League

Composed, stylish & commanding, Cassie Zaffina, on the verge of W-League (Craig Clifford / Sportspics)         Cassie Zaffina has bedded down the third choice goal-keeping spot with Westfield W-League squad, Canberra United, a sweet reward for the hard working goalkeeper.   It’s been a ‘roller coaster’ journey for Zaffina who joined Gold…

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Experienced Duo Commit

Ellie Fryer & Dee Thompson have committed to the Club for 2019     Experienced duo Eloise Fryer & Deeanna Thompson have committed to Gold Coast United, both eager to make an impact in 2019 and play large roles in United’s push towards a finals berth in next year’s Women’s National Premier Leagues competition. Injury meant…

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2018 Awards Night

Gold Coast United 2018 Senior Players of the Year, Conor Smith & Mackenzie Akins       A packed ballroom at Royal Pines was the setting for Gold Coast United’s 2018 Awards evening, a celebration of the Club’s outstanding achievements in its inaugural season in the National Premier Leagues Queensland competition.   The night was…

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Women outclass Wallabies

Women celebrate their Faye Rodd Cup win       GCU Women became the Club’s first squad to lift silverware after a dominant 5-1 victory over league rivals Mudgeeraba yesterday.   The Faye Rodd Cup acknowledges the lifetime dedicated to the advancement of Women’s football on the Gold Coast by Mrs Rodd and yesterday’s match was…

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Women Welcome Ono

Reiri Ono joins Gold Coast United       ゴールドコーストユナイテッドへようこそ。 Welcome to the Gold Coast – Reiro Ono.   The 21 year old attacking midfielder arrives on the Gold Coast from Oita, Japan, a graduate of the famous Kamimura Gakuen High School Academy.   Coach Michael Cook’s association with Reiri (pronounced Laly) goes back to…

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United rout SWQ

Neesa Doyle glides through the SWQ defence (Craig Clifford Sportspics)     After a lacklustre first 20 minutes where Thunder took a deserved early lead, it was all one-way traffic at Station Reserve, United simply too slick running out 11-2 winners against SWQ. United demonstrated some sublime combination play, crisp, accurate passing throughout the team,…

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United’s goal still high

Action from United’s 2-0 win over Moreton Bay United (MBU Webpage)         Buoyed by a fantastic team performance in their 2-0 win over Moreton Bay, United have renewed confidence ahead of the visit of SWQ to Station Reserve tonight.   That result against the previously high-flying Jets bodes well for a renewed…

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Coast Ground Jets

A jubilant Gold Coast Women’s team after a fantastic victory over Moreton Bay (Kelly Donnelly)       A combination of a high press and some fantastic inter-play saw United blast out of the blocks and stun the Jets at Wolter Park, holding on for a memorable 2-0 win against the much fancied fourth placed…

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