Football Ferns

Women’s International Tri-Series in New Zealand

Football Ferns will play a tri-series involving two of the world’s top 10 nations. Coming off the back of a win and a draw with 16th-ranked Denmark this week – Tony Reading’s side are currently sitting at 18th in the world and will welcome world number seven Korea DPR and 10th-ranked Australia to Bill McKinlay Park in Auckland in early February as New Zealand and the Westfield Matildas continue their build-up to the FIFA Womens World Cup in June in Canada.

The series will begin with the Football Ferns meeting Korea DPR on February 8th before the two visitors clash two days later. The series wraps up on February 12th with the trans-Tasman clash of New Zealand the Westfield Matildas.

Women’s International Tri-Series Fixtures:

(All games will be played at the Bill McKinlay Park, Auckland)

Sunday 8th February (19.30 Local Time)

New Zealand 1 – 1 Korea DPR

Hannah Wilkinson 11′

Wi Jong Sim 22′

Tuesday 10th February (15.30 Local Time)

Korea DPR 1 – 2 Australia

Clare Polkinghorne 11′

Kim Yun-Mi 14′

Michelle Heyman 37′

Thursday 12 February (19:00 Local Time)

Football Ferns 2 – 3 Westfield Matildas

Emily Van Egmond 9′

Michelle Heyman 12′

Caitlin Foord 30′

Sarah Gregorius 57′ 83′ (New Zealand)

Source courtesy of: nzfootball.co.nz

 

Westfield Matildas Squad:

Nicola BOLGER – Sydney FC
Danielle BROGAN – Adelaide United
Kim CARROLL – Brisbane Roar
Stephanie CATLEY – Melbourne Victory
Alex CHIDIAC – Adelaide United
Hayley CRAWFORD – Newcastle Jets
Larissa CRUMMER – Brisbane Roar
Brianna DAVEY – Melbourne Victory
Lisa DE VANNA – Melbourne Victory
Casey DUMONT – Sydney FC
Caitlin FOORD – Perth Glory
Katrina GORRY – Brisbane Roar
Amy HARRISON – Sydney FC
Michelle HEYMAN – Canberra United
Elise KELLOND-KNIGHT – Brisbane Roar
Alanna KENNEDY – Perth Glory
Aivi LUIK – Brisbane Roar
Teresa POLIAS – Sydney FC
Clare POLKINGHORNE – Brisbane Roar
Hayley RASO – Brisbane Roar
Kyah SIMON – Sydney FC
Ashleigh SYKES – Canberra United
Servet UZUNLAR – Sydney FC
Emily – VAN EGMOND – Newcastle Jets

Take a look at more International friendly matches scheduled for 2015.

7 Comments
  1. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    FULL TIME:
    New Zealand 2 – 3 Australia
    Emily Van Egmond 9′
    Michelle Heyman 12′
    Caitlin Foord 30′
    Sarah Gregorius 57′ 83′ (New Zealand)

  2. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Goal: New Zealand 2 – 3 Australia, Sarah Gregorius 83′

  3. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Goal: New Zealand 1 – 3 Australia, Sarah Gregorius 57′

  4. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    HALF TIME:
    New Zealand 0 – 3 Australia
    Emily Van Egmond 9′
    Michelle Heyman 12′
    Caitlin Foord 30′

  5. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    FULL TIME:

    Korea DPR 1 – 2 Australia
    Clare Polkinghorne 11′
    Kim Yun-Mi 14′
    Michelle Heyman 37′

  6. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Full-Time:
    New Zealand 1 – 1 Korea DPR, Hannah Wilkinson 11′, Wi Jong Sim 22′,

  7. Author
    Asa 5 years ago

    Half-Time: New Zealand 1 – 1 Korea DPR, Wilkinson 11′, Wi Jong Sim 22′,

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