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    Newcastle Jets W-League Squad - 2013/14

    http://www.northernnswfootball.com.a...d=10&tx_ttnews[year]=2013&tx_ttnews[month]=10&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=2958&cHash=3d6660bcacb34eac67ffd4024691a902

    Newcastle Jets Women Head Coach Peter McGuinness has selected a squad of 18 to participate in the 2013.14 Westfield W-League.
    Coach McGuinness says the selected side displays a clear pathway for young talented girls playing within Northern NSW.

    “The majority of the 18 players selected have previously played for the Newcastle Jets Women, Northern NSW Football, or are currently part of the Emerging Jets program,” said McGuinness.

    The only Jets player to have participated in every season of the Westfield W-League with the Newcastle based club, Gema Simon, has been announced as Captain, while Hannah Brewer will assist in the position of Vice Captain.

    Following the retirement of stalwart player, Hayley Crawford, McGuinness notes the importance of the inclusion of experienced players; both local and interstate.

    “The squad which has been selected displays a mixture of youth and experience with the likes of Gema Simon and Hannah Brewer in senior positions, as well as a number of Emerging Jets players who will gain their first experience playing at the level of a national competition in Libby Copus-Brown, Adriana Jones and Sophie Nenadovic,” said McGuinness.

    In addition, the squad has been bolstered by the addition of three Queenslanders Hannah Beard, Lauren Brown and Ashley Spina, who have previously played in the Westfield W-League with heavyweights Brisbane Roar.

    The Newcastle Jets Women commence their campaign on Saturday 9th November when they host Perth Glory at Wanderers Oval, before three consecutive fixtures on the road against Sydney FC, Adelaide United and Melbourne Victory.

    Prior to the season kick off, the Jets will face Sydney FC in a trial match at 10am on Saturday 19th October at Adamstown Oval.

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    First
    Eliza
    Hannah
    Stacey
    Siahn
    Ashley
    Gema
    Maddy
    Tara
    Rhali
    Grace
    Hannah
    Jasmin
    Sophie
    Libby
    Cassidy
    Lauren
    Adriana
    Ainsley



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    Campbell
    Brewer
    Day
    Bozanic
    Spina
    Simon
    Searl
    Andrews
    Dobson
    Macintyre
    Beard
    Courtenay
    Nenadovic
    Copus-Brown
    Davis
    Brown
    Jones
    Buchanan



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    Newcastle Jets
    Newcastle Jets Train On
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    That formatting is terrible. Jeebus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    That formatting is terrible. Jeebus.
    Number First Surname Previous W-League Club/s
    1 Eliza Campbell Newcastle Jets
    2 Hannah Brewer Newcastle Jets
    3 Stacey Day Newcastle Jets/Adelaide United
    4 Siahn Bozanic Newcastle Jets Train On
    6 Ashley Spina Brisbane Roar
    7 Gema Simon Newcastle Jets
    8 Maddy Searl Newcastle Jets
    9 Tara Andrews Newcastle Jets
    10 Rhali Dobson Newcastle Jets
    11 Grace Macintyre Newcastle Jets Train On
    12 Hannah Beard Brisbane Roar
    13 Jasmin Courtenay Newcastle Jets
    14 Sophie Nenadovic Emerging Jets
    15 Libby Copus-Brown Emerging Jets
    16 Cassidy Davis NA
    17 Lauren Brown Brisbane Roar
    19 Adriana Jones Emerging Jets
    20 Ainsley Buchanan NA

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    Is the full draw out yet?

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    Wish em the best of luck, but I don't hold much hope for them. HSG don't give a crap, and NNSW just see it as a training thing for young players from NNSW, as opposed to a national competition, like Canberra United do. The loss of EVE hasn't helped things either. 7th or 8th this year methinks.

    Draw: http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/...esults/wleague
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    Can we get any lower than 8th?

    Year of the double spoon! If we are rubbish in the NYL, we could go for a famous treble

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    People need to get out to the games and give the team their support. At least they show some pride in the shirt unlike a few too many of the A-league players.

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    Well 2 games in and they've already conceded 9 goals.

    I'm honestly feeling sorry for the girls, they're trying their best, but when you come up against players of the quality of de Vanna, Gill, German captain etc, they don't stand a good chance. It's all well and good to promote youth, but I swear their average age must be 19. The oldest is I think Brewer and Day, and they're 24.

    May attend their next home game in 6 weeks to see if they're competing, or if the scores have been unfavourable.
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    I was reading bits and pieces of the twitter feed yesterday. Sounded reasonably competitive but then blew out towards the end. Think we hit the bar three times in a 5 minute period then they went and finished it off up the other end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas477 View Post
    Well 2 games in and they've already conceded 9 goals.

    I'm honestly feeling sorry for the girls, they're trying their best, but when you come up against players of the quality of de Vanna, Gill, German captain etc, they don't stand a good chance. It's all well and good to promote youth, but I swear their average age must be 19. The oldest is I think Brewer and Day, and they're 24.

    May attend their next home game in 6 weeks to see if they're competing, or if the scores have been unfavourable.
    Saw their game last week and hughlights of yesterdays game.The goalkeeper has been terrible,dropping bals,and generally has no idea.It is all very well to promote youth but this is the highest level of womens football in Australia and you need some older heads to have any real chance.The defence is also very suspect.May be ok in a year or two if they stay together and get a decent coach but will struggle big time this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by outsider View Post
    Saw their game last week and hughlights of yesterdays game.The goalkeeper has been terrible,dropping bals,and generally has no idea.It is all very well to promote youth but this is the highest level of womens football in Australia and you need some older heads to have any real chance.The defence is also very suspect.May be ok in a year or two if they stay together and get a decent coach but will struggle big time this year.
    Good to see I'm not the only one that thinks this. The keeper is the same as last year, and she had an alright season last year, but you're right, having your eldest players being 24 is a recipe for disaster. Look at last year, they had EVE, but she's obviously left because she didn't deem the team competitive. When you have Newy locals leaving because their team isn't being competitive, its quite telling imo.
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    3-0 down at HT to the Lady Reds, the team formerly the joke of the W-League.

    Disc race.

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    Someone always has to be last

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    RESULT | The Jets have been defeated 6-0 by Victory in Melbourne

    DISC RACE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimario View Post
    RESULT | The Jets have been defeated 6-0 by Victory in Melbourne

    DISC RACE
    ease up...is a work in progress
    I hope he likes prison food.......and penis

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    A work in regress, perhaps.

    Thank god I am moving to Adelaide, will get to tell bubs how awesome she is again.

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    Canberra 3 - 0 jets

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    Time perhaps for a bit of investment in the squad.

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    Ha. Next season will be nothing but locals, cutting costs wherever HSG can.

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    Why bother, seriously? Surely it'll be better if we simply didn't have a team and stopped embarrassing ourselves every week.
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    Have we scoreda goal yet?

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