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|Full name||Julie Dolan|
|Place of birth||Australia|
|† Appearances (Goals).
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 3 July 2011
Julie Dolan is an Australian soccer player who appeared in 18 international matches for the Women's National Team during a 10 year career. Julie is currently Football Technical Director at the International Football School.
Dolan started playing soccer at the age of 14 and participated in the Asian Cup two years later in 1975. Between 1978 and 1998 Dolan played in 18 full internationals. She was Australian captain on 6 occasions and played in the World Invitational Tournament in Oceania in 1983 and the pilot Women's World Cup in China in 1988. That same year, the Australian Women's Soccer Association created the Julie Dolan Medal.[why?]
Julie Dolan Medal
|1997/98||Sharon Black||SA Sports Institute|
|1998/99||Julie Murray||NSWIS Sapphires|
|1999/00||Ann Marie Vozzo||SASI Pirates|
|2000/01||Taryn Rockall||NSW Sapphires|
|2001/02||Joanne Peters||NSW Sapphires|
|2002/03||Lisa De Vanna, Heather Garriock||Adelaide Sensation, Queensland Sting|
|2008/09||Lana Harch||Queensland Roar|
|2009/10||Michelle Heyman||Central Coast Mariners|
|2010/11||Kyah Simon||Sydney F.C.|
|2011/12||Sally Shipard||Canberra United W-League|
|2012/13||Clare Polkinghorne||Brisbane Roar W-League|
|2013/14||Tameka Butt||Brisbane Roar W-League|
- "Rockall wins second Julie Dolan Medal" l Football Federation Australia. Thursday 3 March 2005. Retrieved 25 May 2011.
- "Simon wins Julie Dolan Medal" Hyundai A-League. Sunday, 6 March 2011. Retrieved 25 May 2011.
- "Mariner Michelle Scoops Awards" FourFourTwo Australian A-League. Dec 7 2009. Retrieved 25 May 2011.
- "Rockall Player of the Year" The World Game - SBS. 13 February 2008. Retrieved 25 May 2011.
- FFA Football Hall Of Fame
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