Female Football

rebel Female Football Week 2019 the biggest year yet

Last month, clubs and participants all across the Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) region celebrated all things women’s football as part of rebel Female Football Week – an initiative which gives the football community the chance to celebrate the immense growth

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2019 TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup Fixtures and Results

FIXTURES | POINTS TABLE Day Three Wallsend win grand final epic to lift TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup Wallsend have claimed the TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup trophy, going one step further than their 2018 campaign by edging Warners Bay

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Twelve leading females receive Coaching Scholarships During Northern NSW Football’s rebel Female Football Week

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) has reinforced the importance of female coaches by awarding twelve (12) FFA C-License scholarships to leading women throughout the football community. NNSWF Head of Football Development Peter Haynes highlighted the importance of encouraging more women into

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2019 TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup Preview

PICTURED: Ryley Field, 2018 Women’s State Cup Winners Adamstown Rosebud JFC and Chloe Irwin, a player representative from Community Team Maitland JFC > 2019 Official Fixtures Draw Sixteen (16) teams throughout Northern NSW will battle it out this weekend in

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Lauren Fairfull named rebel Female Football Week Administrator of the Year

Greta Branxton FC volunteer and administrator, Lauren Fairfull, has officially been announced as the Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) Female Administrator of the Year as part of rebel Female Football Week. Originally a netballer, Lauren got involved in the game of

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Rachael Oberleuter announced as rebel Female Football Week Coach of the Year

Rachael Oberleuter, from Sawtell FC in North Coast Football (NCF), has been announced as the Community Female Coach of the Year in Northern NSW Football as part of the rebel Female Football Week. Despite only starting football when she was

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Derryn Nix from Kyogle SC named as rebel Female Football Week Male Champion of the Year

Kyogle Soccer Club community coach Derryn Nix has been named as the 2019 Community Male Champion of the Year as part of rebel Female Football Week. Derryn has been involved with football since 1988 as a player, but recently has

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Samantha Newell announced as rebel Female Football Week Referee of the Year

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) referee Samantha Newell has officially been announced as the Female Referee of the Year as part of rebel Female Football Week. Having been a referee for six years, starting when she was twelve years old, Samantha

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Jo Powell from Westlawn Tigers FC named rebel Female Football Week Player of the Year

Jo Powell from North Coast Football’s Westlawn Tigers has been officially announced as the Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) Community Female Player of the Year as part of rebel Female Football Week. Jo has been playing the game she loves for

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TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup Official Fixtures Draw Announced

The TAFE NSW Women’s State Cup Official Fixtures Draw was announced by Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) today. Senior women’s teams from across Northern NSW have the opportunity to represent their member club as well as promote the continued development of

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