2009 Westfield Women's U16 squad announcement
Football Federation Australia (FFA) are proud to announce the Westfield Women’s under 16 squad who will today depart for the AFF U16 Women's Championship 2009 in Yangon, Myanmar.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) are proud to announce the Westfield Women-s under 16 squad who will today depart for the AFF U16 Women's Championship 2009 in Yangon, Myanmar.
After an intensive final selection camp, Coach Robert Hooker today announced the 20 player squad who travel to Myanmar to kick-off their AFF U16 tournament against the Philippines on 10 October.
“The Championships in Myanmar will be great preparation for this squad as we prepare for a busy 12 month period,” said Hooker.
“Of course we are going there to win but we also have a major tournament to prepare for with the AFC Asia Cup in November.”
“This group of young players are some of the most technically gifted that Australia has produced and have the ability to take women-s football to another level,” finished Hooker.
Australian Westfield Women-s Squad AFF U16 Women-s Championships 2009
Teigen Allen (Sydney FC), Tara Andrews (Newcastle Jets), Nicola Bolger (Sydney FC), Hannah Brewer (Newcastle Jets), Sharni Brown (North West Sydney Koalas), Stephanie Catley (Melbourne Victory), Brianna Davey (NTC Melbourne), Erika Elze (QAS), Ashlee Faul (Adelaide United), Caitlin Foord (NSWIS), Caitlin Friend (Melbourne Victory), Amy Higgins (QAS), Alexandra Huynh (Marconi), Alanna Kennedy (NSWIS), Samantha Kerr (Perth Glory), Heidi Makrillos (NSWIS), Rebekah Stott (QAS), Emily Van Egmond (Canberra United), Ruth Wallace (Adelaide United), Brittany Whitfield (Sydney FC)
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