Heidelberg United’s Women Warriors finals’ hopes are still alive despite a disappointing loss away to Alamein at the weekend.
Sometimes, it’s just not your day. Yesterday, that was the case for the Warriors as they fell 2-1 to a
Don’t ever write the Women Warriors off. After a couple of heavy defeats and a Cup reprieve, a dominant 5-0
There are few players that wear the yellow and black colours with as much pride, dedication and passion as Elly
They’ve met twice in the NPL-W in 2019 – both times on the ‘Bergers’ home patch at the Olympic Village.
photo courtesy of Centre Circle Photography As the sun set in Kooyong on Sunday afternoon, you asked yourself, “What didn’t Alamein
By George Rahovitsas It might have ended in a scoreless draw, but that hardly tells the story of the top
By George Rahovitsas For their first cup match of the year Heidelberg drew Croydon. The girls had high expectations, playing
by George Rahovitsas Following a resounding 12-0 thumping of Southern United on Wednesday, the ‘Bergers’ women side needed to bring
by George Rahovitsas It was a night in which many NPLW club records were broken. Broken might be too light
by George Rahovitsas During season 2018, Alamein had Heidelberg’s number, winning convincingly on all three meetings whilst holding the ‘Bergers
by Greg Blake Poker-faced Heidelberg United boss, George Katsakis will likely have little time for the hype surrounding Saturday night’s
[the_ad_placement id=”sidebar”] The women’s side is looking to build off a captivating win from the last round against Geelong Galaxy.