2008–09 W-League Grand Final

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2008–09 W-League Grand Final
Event 2008–09 W-League
Date 17 January 2009
Venue Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Man of the Match Lana Harch, Queensland Roar
Referee Kate Jacewicz
Attendance 4,554
2009

The 2008–09 W-League Grand Final was the grand final of the inaugural season of the W-League, the premier league of football (soccer) in Australia.[1]
Top of the table in the regular season Queensland Roar[2] hosted home-and-away third-placed Canberra United FC at Ballymore Stadium in Herston, Brisbane in the Saturday 17 January 2009 season decider.[2]
In a closely contested match, the Roar defeated United 2–0. Both the Roar's goals were scored in the first half of the match.[1]

Match details[edit]

17 January 2009
16:00 AEDT
Queensland Roar 2–0 Canberra United
Harch Goal 6'
Butt Goal 23'
Report
Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane
Attendance: 4,554
Referee: Kate Jacewicz
Queensland
Roar
Canberra
United
QUEENSLAND ROAR:
GK 1 Australia Casey Dumont
DF 2 Australia Kate McShea (c)
DF 3 Australia Karla Reuter
DF 4 Australia Clare Polkinghorne
DF 5 Australia Brooke Spence
MF 8 Australia Elise Kellond-Knight
FW 10 Australia Lana Harch Substituted off 93'
MF 13 Australia Tameka Butt
MF 16 Australia Lauren Colthorpe
FW 18 Australia Courtney Beutel Substituted off 85'
MF 19 Australia Ellen Beaumont Substituted off 77'
Substitutes:
FW 11 Australia Ruth Blackburn Substituted in 93'
DF 14 Australia Vedrana Popovic
MF 15 Australia Stephanie Latham Substituted in 77'
FW 17 Australia Tashina Roma Substituted in 85'
GK 20 Australia Lara Boon
Manager:
Australia Jeff Hopkins


Grand Final Player Medal: Australia Lana Harch

Assistant Referees:
Sarah Ho
Airlie Keen
Fourth Official:
Casey Reibelt

Queensland Roar W-League V Canberra United W-League.svg
CANBERRA UNITED:
GK 1 Australia Lydia Williams
DF 2 Australia Rhian Davies Substituted off 81'
FW 3 Australia Amy Chapman Substituted off 46'
FW 5 Australia Sasha McDonnell
FW 6 Australia Caitlin Munoz
DF 7 Australia Ellie Brush (c)
DF 9 Australia Grace Gill-McGrath
FW 10 Australia Hayley Crawford
MF 11 Australia Cian Maciejewski
MF 12 Australia Kara Mowbray
DF 13 Australia Thea Slatyer
Substitutes:
FW 14 Australia Ashleigh Sykes Substituted in 46'
MF 15 Australia Nicole Sykes Substituted in 81'
FW 17 Australia Christine Walters
MF 19 Australia Jennifer Bisset
GK 20 Australia Maja Blasch
Manager:
Australia Robbie Hooker

Match statistics[edit]

Queensland Roar Canberra United
Attempts at goal 15 12
Attempts on target 8 3
Attempts off target 7 9
Attempts – Woodwork 1 0
Keeper saves 3 7
Ball possession 54% 46%
Corners 4 1
Fouls committed 11 10
Offsides 2 2
Yellow cards 0 0
Red cards 0 0

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Stannard, Damien (17 January 2009). "Queensland Roar beat Canberra United 2–0 in W-League". news.com.au/couriermail/ The Courier-Mail. Archived from the original on 22 October 2014. Retrieved 18 January 2009. 
  2. ^ a b "Queensland claims inaugural W-League title". 17 January 2009. Archived from the original on 20 January 2009. Retrieved 18 January 2009. 

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Coordinates: 27°26′31″S 153°1′4″E / 27.44194°S 153.01778°E / -27.44194; 153.01778 (Ballymore Stadium)