WOMENS

The past several years, MA Olympic has been fortunate enough to field 2 womens teams in the Townsville Competition.  

We would like to welcome Scott Dymock as Womens Premier coach, with Nicole McCulloch and manager and Bob Parkes as our Womens Reserve coach.  Both Scott and Bob have a long history at the club and can't wait to see what the 2019 season has in-store for them both!

2018 is already turning out to be another great season.  Fielding 2 teams again, with the double trouble Gianni Rantucci and Scott Dewar returning as Coaches for the Women Premier side, and Natasha Newman helping out as Manager/player this year.  Womens Reserves will be coached by Mens Reserves player, Joel Palmer with the help of previous Fillies player Litsa Sarinas, and Manager Nicole McCulloch, who is also previous member of the womens side

2017 was a massive year for the ladies of both divisions.  Coached by Gianni Rantucci, and assissed by previous Mens Premier League Captain, Theo Nicopoulos and also Mens premier league player Scott Dymock.  Scott Dewer returned to assist with goalkeeping, coaching and filling up the water bottles.  Ladies reserves was co coached by Theo Nicopoulos and Captain Toni Plizga.  The guys take on there first coaching gig together but are confident they can push for silverwear again this year!!  Womens Premier team won the Premiership, but was unsucessful in finals.  But as they won the Premiership, they went on to play Cairns in the Crad Evans Carnival and came away with a great Win!  Womens Reserve team won both the Premiership, and Grandfinals! Well done to both these teams!

2016 brought back the glory days for womens football at the club.  We fielded 2 very strong sides, prems and reserve grade.  Not only did we end all trophy droughts, the girls did it in style.  Womens Prems finished the season with an amazing TREBLE! Premiership, GF and Crad Evans Trophy winners.  An absolutely amazing achievement.  Our reserve ladies fell one short but completed the double, just missing out on the crad evans sheild.  Both sides did the club proud and put womens football back on the map.

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