Womens Premier League 

The 2019 Womens Premier League will be an 8 club competition, with a 21 round home and away fixture list followed by the WPL finals series which will crown the Womens Premier League Champion for 2019.

Coming off a highly successful 2018 campaign, defending premiers Gosford City FC will be looking to extend their dominance within the competition after finishing the year unbeaten and securing the Premiership with victory over Umina in the Grand Final.

Gosford City will be joined by Terrigal United, Umina United, Kanwal, East Gosford, Southern, Kincumber, and Woongarrah.

WPL Club Championship 2019


Central Coast Football will use the following metric to determine points allocations for the 2019 WPL Club Championship:

First Grade: Competition Points Multiplied by Three (3).

Reserve Grade: Competition Points Multiplied by Two (2).

WPL Round Six Review

Round Six of the Womens Premier League saw plenty of goals across the fixture list, whilst the race for the 2019 Golden Boot also heated up, with three players now sharing the lead on nine goals...

WPL Round Five Review

Round Five of the Women’s Premier League was jam packed with both late drama and great individual performances as each of the top three sides picked up wins ensuring no changes at the top of the WPL...

WPL Round Four Review

Round Four of the Women’s Premier League produced a relatively low scoring set of matches when compared to previous weeks, with Terrigal United the only side to manage more than one goal, as their...

WPL Round Three Review

Round Three of the Womens Premier League is in the books, producing some interesting results across the board. Previously winless Woongarrah broke through for their first victory of the new...

WPL Round Two Review

Round Two of the Women’s Premier League was played out over the weekend, with some stunning results headlining the action. Kanwal backed up their big win in the opening round with another big result...

WPL Round One Review

The opening round of the 2019 WPL season kicked off on Sunday afternoon with all 10 sides in action across the Central Coast. Umina United managed to kick off their season with a routine 2-0 victory...

The SWL Grand Final Coaches Speak!

Ahead of this Sunday’s SWL Grand Finals, we spoke to both of the First Grade Grand Final coaches to see how they were feeling heading into the big game! See what Gosford Coach Jorge Chavez,...

SWL Round 21 Match Report

The Match Reports for the final round of the 2018 SWL are now up and ready for viewing! Check out all the action from Round 21...

SWL Round 20 Match Report

The SWL Round 20 Match reports are now up and ready for viewing! For all the action from the weekend, click...

SWL Round 19 Match Report

The Match Reports for Round 19 of the SWL are now up and ready for viewing! Check out all the action from the weekend’s games,...

Womens Premier League 2019


Womens Premier League Golden Boot

9Kelly Hogan (EGO), Brittni Nicol (GOS), Tahlor Thackray (SEU).
7Hayley Green (KAN).
6Michelle Brett (GOS), Kate Styles (UMI).
5Kate Cheyne (TER).
4Kayla Vanderfield (TER), Hayley Ballard (KAN).

Previous Golden Boot Winners

2018Jessica Dominello20
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