Come and be part of WSC history!!!
This Sunday afternoon join us at JT Gray to witness history in the making as the inaugural WSC Senior Women’s team kicks off for Round 1 of the 2021 Season.
We’re so excited to get started!
Some of our squad started as u9s back in 2014 in Williamstown’s 1st ever girls team team.
It’s been a long journey but this Sunday they progress to playing in the Senior Women’s State League 5 League.
Thanks to their coach, Tom Bevan
for having the drive, vision and determination to make this happen.
⚽️ Williamstown SC v Point Cook SC
📅 Sunday 18 April
⏰ 2:00pm Kick-off
🥅 JT Gray Reserve, Williamstown
Hoping we’ll see a big home ground crowd to cheer them on!
Good luck Tom and the girls, WSC is so proud of you! 💙💛
Some housekeeping :
📱Check in using the QR Code at the entrance or at the many locations around the grounds; and
🧼 Practise good hygiene and follow all COVIDSafe principles including Social Distancing.
A brilliant win by Williamstown SC’s U15 A Girls today in the Casey Cup final.
Playing a year up in the U16’s, in bitterly cold and wet conditions that had most Melbournians rugging up at home in front of a heater or fire, our girls got off to a sleepy start and copped an early goal, but then they switched on and took the fight to the opposition.
A second goal to Williams Landing created a 2-0 score line, but all was not lost. Instead of dropping their heads, we showed great resilience and fortitude. From the restart, we went straight on the attack and within a couple of minutes, after a good team build up, Jenny slotted our first goal and we went to the break down 2-1.
In the second half we were with the wind and in slippery conditions the girls were instructed by SuperCoach Trav to get plenty of shots away, which they set about doing. We were met with a stubborn and composed Williams Landing defensive unit until Anna took a shot from long range and lobbed over the keeper to bring the scores back to level… 2-2.
Both teams played well and in fantastic spirit as strong tackles were followed by “are you ok?”.
Final whistle blew at 2-2 and so off to a penalty shoot-out we went….. a tough way to end things and never nice for the vanquished….. with our makeshift keeper, Maddie Burton, facing her first penalty shootout, she deflected the first shot onto the crossbar for a good save. From there it stayed tight as both keepers made a couple of saves but our girls finished the job with a 2-1 penalty win.
It was a real team effort across the tournament and the girls all played well, representing our Club well both on and off the pitch