1995 Cheryl Salisbury Training With Stirling Macedonia

Tracey Wheeler and Lizzy Claydon form part of the Matilda's squad for the second Women's World Cup in Sweden in July, along with Australian central defender, Cheryl Salisbury, who is living and training locally with Stirling Macedonia men’s side to improve her fitness in preparation for the move to Japanese Professional Club Panasonic Bambina. Whilst playing for Gosnells City SC, Denise Lofthouse is selected to play for Australia against New Zealand in her one and only international cap. This is after a long absence from the game. In 1984 Lofthouse was selected to play for Australia but finances prevented her