2011 W-League Grand Final

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2011 W-League Grand Final
Event 2010–11 W-League
Date 12 February 2011
Venue Campbelltown Stadium, Campbelltown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Referee Kate Jacewicz
Attendance 1,872

The 2011 W-League Grand Final was the grand final of the third season of the Australian W-League football (soccer) competition. It was contested between premiers Sydney FC and second-placed Brisbane Roar at Campbelltown Stadium in Campbelltown on Saturday, 12 February 2011. Brisbane Roar were victorious, winning 2–1.

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12 February 2011
Sydney FC 1–2 Brisbane Roar
Ledbrook Goal 35' Report
Butt Goal 9'
De Vanna Goal 64'
Campbelltown Stadium, Campbelltown
Attendance: 1,872
Referee: Kate Jacewicz
Sydney FC
Brisbane Roar
GK 1 Australia Dimi Poulos
DF 3 Australia Danielle Brogan
DF 15 Australia Teigen Allen Substituted off 68'
DF 2 Australia Teresa Polias
MF 6 Australia Servet Uzunlar
MF 8 Australia Renee Rollason Substituted off 76'
MF 10 Australia Kylie Ledbrook (c) YC 36' Substituted off 90'
MF 11 United States Lydia Vandenbergh
FW 15 Australia Caitlin Foord
FW 17 Australia Kyah Simon
FW 19 Australia Leena Khamis YC 74'
MF 14 Australia Nicola Bolger Substituted in 68'
MF 16 Australia Linda O'Neill Substituted in 90'
FW 13 Australia Catherine Cannuli Substituted in 76'
GK 20 Australia Erin Herd
DF 5 Australia Alanna Kennedy
Australia Alen Stajcic
GK 1 Australia Casey Dumont
DF 4 Australia Clare Polkinghorne (c) YC 71'
DF 5 Australia Brooke Spence
DF 7 Australia Kim Carroll
MF 6 Australia Joanne Burgess Substituted off 84'
MF 8 Australia Elise Kellond-Knight
MF 11 Australia Aivi Luik
MF 13 Australia Tameka Butt
MF 16 Australia Lauren Colthorpe
FW 10 Australia Lana Harch Substituted off 42'
FW 14 Australia Amy Chapman Substituted off 67'
DF 3 Australia Karla Reuter Substituted in 84'
FW 18 Trinidad and Tobago Kennya Cordner Substituted in 67'
FW 19 Australia Lisa De Vanna YC 67' Substituted in 42'
GK 20 Australia Kate Stewart
DF 2 Australia Laura Alleway
Wales Jeff Hopkins

Player of the Match:
Tameka Butt (Brisbane Roar)[1]

Assistant referees:
Sarah Ho
Allyson Flynn
Fourth official:
Kirralee Gardiner

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