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Here is the dedication to and history of everything girls and women’s football in Western Australia, from Rosabrook in the 1950’s, after football established itself in the group settlement areas of our South West, to Azzurri in the City suburbs of Perth, the heart of Italian passion. See it gain momentum through the School competitions, State representative teams, Perth Glory Women, competing in the National League and representing the whole of Western Australia, and honour Administrators, Australian Representatives and those that just never stop giving to the game they love. History is being made every day we live and breathe it, it never stops.

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CommBank Junior Matildas’ Head Coach, Rae Dower has finalised Australia’s 23-player squad to participate at the AFC U17 Women’s Asian Cup Indonesia 2024™.Hosted across two venues in Bali, the tournament will see the best of Asia’s next generation take to
Macey Fraser’s record-breaking move to NWSL outfit Utah Royals is being hailed as a ‘game-changing’ move for football in New Zealand.
Almost half of the Junior Matildas' squad for next month's tournament in Indonesia features players from A-Leagues clubs.
Fraser, 21, was a shining light for the Phoenix in her debut season under her former academy coach Paul Temple, scoring three goals and notching a team-high five assists.
A deep dive from Opta Stats on what's making the Liberty A-League's two Finals Series underdogs tick ahead of the Semi Finals.
A trio of former Isuzu UTE A-League stars helped make history in Asia, while a Matilda is preparing for a 20-year first.

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