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W-League leaders Sydney FC have drawn for the first time this season, after being held 1-1 by Melbourne City at Allianz Stadium on Sunday.

The sleeping giant has woken

The ‘Code War’ is a thing.
Melbourne City suffered their third consecutive loss as Sam Kerr lifted Perth Glory to a comeback victory and top position on the W-League table.
What happens when the team that's never lost, loses? And loses twice in a row?
Canberra underlined their title credentials in stunning fashion with a 5-1 rout of fellow league heavyweights Brisbane Roar.
After seven years in the A-League, Western Sydney Wanderer's import Kendall Fletcher has experienced first hand how far the league has come.
W-League powerhouse Brisbane Roar have survived a spirited Adelaide United comeback to record a much-needed 3-2 win at Suncorp Stadium.

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Champions Melbourne City have suffered their first defeat as Canberra United brought to an end one of the longest winning runs in Australian sport.
Defending champions Melbourne City have secured their position at the top of the W-League ladder with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Brisbane at AJ Kelly Field.
Despite the strides made in the past year, the W-League faces a fierce battle to retain and attract future players in the newly competitive women's sports market...

Why clubs hate Melbourne City

Melbourne Heart was asked on countless occasions: “When are you going to get a women’s team?” Their answer was always the same: "When we can do it properly and...
Not too long ago, Melbourne City captain Steph Catley trained without showers. Now she counts the best dedicated women's facility in Australia home.

Sykes helps United subdue Roar

Canberra United are off their mark thanks to a hard-fought win over Brisbane Roar, but it is Newcastle Jets and Sydney FC who have moved top.
When the W-League was created in 2008, then Matildas coach Tom Sermanni stated that the aim of the league was to develop future Matildas.
Two weeks into the season, Matildas coach Alen Stajcic is delighting in the impact of the W-League's foreign legion on the women's domestic football competition.
Sydney FC have been dominant against Western Sydney Wanderers in the A-League, and now they have extended that form to the W-League as the Sky Blues posted a...

De Vanna eyes coaching future

Matildas captain Lisa De Vanna insists she's not ready to walk away from the sport despite taking an break from playing that has extended to this year's W-League...
Sydney FC star Kyah Simon isn't fussed by the team's losing start to the W-League season, and is banking on the local derby to kick-start their campaign.
Matildas stars Lisa de Vanna and Caitlin Foord are among the three nominees for the Asian Football Confederation women's Player of the Year award.
All-conquering W-League champions Melbourne City needed a lone early goal from Marianna Tabain to edge Newcastle Jets and begin their title defence with a win on...
Season nine of the W-League will kick off on Saturday as Brisbane Roar meet Sydney FC at Spencer Park. On the eve of the first clash The Women's Game editor in...
After Melbourne City's domination in the W-League last season captain Steph Catley is well aware they now have a target on their backs in the upcoming campaign.
Brisbane W-League captain Clare Polkinghorne insists it was important players made a stand during last month's contract dispute but admits none ever considered...
Veterans Kyah Simon and Michelle Heyman say the W-League will reach its best standard yet with a number of clubs investing in both local and foreign talent in an...
The W-League will take baby steps towards professionalism this season, with a new pay deal confirming that all players are recompensed for the first time.
Brisbane Roar's W-League stand-off has been resolved after the club backed down from a push to make players take a 40 per cent pay cut.
Brisbane Roar insists their W-League team will be financially better off this season than last despite asking 14 players to take pay cuts and showing one the door.

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