Meet Bryleeh Henry: The new 18y.o. Matilda who ‘terrorises defences’

Earning a surprise call-up to the Matildas’ squad for friendlies against Brazil, 18-year-old Bryleeh Henry’s is emblematic of the opportunities a home World Cup is providing. Now, the Penrith local has the rare chance to earn her international debut in front of family and friends in her home stadium and target bigger things to come. … More Meet Bryleeh Henry: The new 18y.o. Matilda who ‘terrorises defences’

Australian youth internationals unlikely to return in 2021

Football Australia CEO James Johnson has said that he doesn’t believe Australia’s junior national sides will return to action in 2021.  Hot off the heels of the Olympics, the coming months are set to be busy ones for Australian national sides; the Socceroos set to resume their 2022 World Cup qualification campaign against China at … More Australian youth internationals unlikely to return in 2021

Vine at the vanguard of young Australian talent seizing W-League spotlight

Full story published in SBS’ The World Game: https://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/vine-at-the-vanguard-of-young-australian-talent-seizing-w-league-spotlight Rapidly emerging as one of the W-League’s breakout players for undefeated Sydney FC, Cortnee Vine is relishing the increased opportunities that she and her fellow young Australians are experiencing in the absence of big-name Matildas and international stars. With the power of the women’s footballing world … More Vine at the vanguard of young Australian talent seizing W-League spotlight