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NPLW Round 18 Wrap

NPLW Round 18 Wrap

Belconnen United 8 (Karen Clarke 16’, 21’, Nicole Jalocha 32’, 84’, Bronte Pyke 42’, 81’, Jessie Rasschaert 51’, Alexia Forner 57’) def. Canberra United Academy 0 By Jakob Gisik Belconnen United have capped off their regular season with a near-perfect performance, crushing the Canberra United Academy 8-0 at McKellar Park on Saturday afternoon. The Blue […]

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NPLW Round 18 Preview

NPLW Round 18 Preview

Belconnen United v Canberra United Academy | Saturday, 3pm @ McKellar Park Watch Live Belconnen United will look to wrap up an undefeated regular season when they host the Canberra United Academy on Saturday afternoon at McKellar Park. After the news of his standing down following the season was released, the team will be looking […]

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2019 National Premier Leagues Capital Football Finals

2019 National Premier Leagues Capital Football Finals

The 2019 NPL1, NPL2 and NPLW Capital Football finals series details have been confirmed, with dates, times and grounds now available to view. The regular season wraps up on the 17th & 18th of August, with a fixture-free weekend to follow on the 24th & 25th. Finals will get underway for the three senior competitions […]

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NPLW Round 17 Wrap

NPLW Round 17 Wrap

The Canberra United Academy locked in their top four spot with a thrilling win on Saturday evening at Hawker against Gungahlin, while Woden-Weston continued their charge to the four, Belconnen United won big and points were shared at O’Connor. Canberra United Academy 2 (Tara Cannon 86’, Hayley Taylor-Young 90+2) def. Gungahlin United 1 (Elke Aitolu […]

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NPLW Round 17 Preview

NPLW Round 17 Preview

Belconnen United v Monaro Panthers | Saturday, 3pm @ McKellar Park Watch Live Belconnen will look to continue their barnstorming pace at the top after clinching the Premiership when they host Monaro on Saturday afternoon. Antoni Jagarinec’s side flew out of the blocks in Wagga Wagga, scoring three in four minutes, and he was adamant […]

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NPLW Round 16 Wrap

NPLW Round 16 Wrap

Monaro Panthers 1 (Kaitlyn Joy 84’) drew. Gungahlin United 1 (Jade Brown 81’) Gungahlin United left the finals door open for Woden-Weston as Kaitlyn Joy’s stunning late free kick helped Monaro to a share of the points at Riverside. In an enthralling match the two teams remained locked up through the first half and it […]

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Belconnen United claim ninth straight Premiership

Belconnen United claim ninth straight Premiership

Antoni Jagarinec and Belconnen United claimed a ninth straight Premier League Premiership on Sunday as they ran out 9-0 winners in Wagga Wagga. It means the Blue Devils have top spot wrapped up with two rounds to play, and Canberra FC mathematically unable to catch them having only one game left. Jagarinec’s side shot out […]

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NPLW Round 16 Preview

NPLW Round 16 Preview

Monaro Panthers v Gungahlin United | Saturday, 5pm @ Riverside Stadium Watch Live Gungahlin United can seal their safe passage into the finals if they defeat Monaro at Riverside Stadium on Saturday evening. A 6-0 win over Wagga City last weekend means they are just a couple of points away from keeping Woden-Weston at bay, […]

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NPLW Round 14 Wrap

NPLW Round 14 Wrap

Canberra FC 7 (Rachael Goldstein 8’, Brittany Palombi 40’, 43’, Sharon Chao 46’, Jamie Berkeley 65’, Grace Gill 81’, Jordan Ujdur 86’) def. Monaro Panthers FC 0   By Jakob Gisik  Grace Gill is back and ready to fire for a side well-positioned to make another deep finals’ run in 2019.  The Canberra FC captain […]

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NPLW Round 14 Preview

NPLW Round 14 Preview

Canberra FC v Monaro Panthers | Sunday, 2pm @ Deakin Stadium Watch Live Canberra FC can mathematically seal their top four spot this weekend when they host Monaro at Deakin Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Victory would leave them 14 points clear of fifth placed Woden-Weston with only 12 points left on offer for the Wanderers, […]

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The National Premier League Women’s Capital Football division is the highest competition offered in Women’s football in the ACT. It showcases the elite players in Canberra in a competitive nine club competition. Each Club will field teams in the following age grades –  U13, U15, U17, Reserve Grade & 1st Grade.


The 2019 competition will feature nine clubs competing for the title:

Belconnen United FC

Canberra FC

Canberra Olympic FC

Canberra United Academy (CUA)

Monaro Panthers FC

Tuggeranong United FC

Gungahlin United FC

Wagga City Wanderers FC

Woden-Weston FC

NPLW – Draws and results

Season Starts: Saturday 30 March / Sunday 31 March
NPLW Catch Up Weekend: Saturday 24 August / Sunday 25 August
Semi Finals: Saturday 31 August (Reserves and First Grade) and Sunday 1 September (U13, U15 and U17)
Preliminary Finals: Saturday 7 September (Reserves and First Grade) and Sunday 8 September (U13, U15 and U17)
Grand Finals: Either Saturday 14 September (Reserves and First Grade) and Sunday 15 September (U13, U15 and U17)

There are no NPLW Rounds scheduled on the following weekends:
Saturday 20 April / Sunday 21 April
Saturday 15 June / Sunday 16 June
Saturday 13 July / Sunday 14 July

NPLW 2018 Comparative analysis

The NPLW 2018 Comparative Analysis is a data analysis across three key areas (Training Environment, Performance & Participation) that allows monitoring of the league’s progression and identification of gaps where there needs to be greater attention. The Analysis can be viewed below.

NPL WOMEN'S PARTICIPATING CLUBS


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