Tuesday, 22 March 2011

2011 Womens (Group A)

*If someone wants to send in summaries of teams or players names for the teams I am currently missing it would be greatly appreciated.

Defending champions from last year. Has a few members from the U of R cougars. Will be looking to defend their crown.

Player to Watch
Sarah Novak is a stud. Cool and composed at all times. Great passer with tremendous vision and an impeccable work ethic. Can play all over the park and shows up when it matters. Could not ask for more.   
Tegan Koroluk won the mvp last year, very skilled player that scores big goals at big times.
Tiffany Gyurek has a powerful shot, and is one of the keys to ukraine's midfield.

Did not look very strong in the game I watched vs Ireland. Battled back in the next exhibition game against Ireland to win 2-1. If they can show such exponential improvement between every game they will win the whole thing. I mean Ireland is no pushover.

Player to Watch:
Cassandra Westerman is a composed midfielder.
Chelsey Lupastin is a force up front, that can hold up the ball well, and also score from time to time.


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Past winners looking to improve on their finish last year. A well coached squad that always looks the part.

Player to Watch:
Tayler Firth - can shoot with both feet, is very strong, and scores a lot of goals.
Carly Dueck - has very good ball control, likes to dribble, has a nice shot. Kind of reminds me of the female version of Tavis.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Team England Women 2011 is well balanced in all positions. Defenders are solid with expierence & speed, Kelsey Abstreiter & Molly Glass. Inside midfield has talent with Carly Dueck and Adriana McCullough.Speed on the wing in Karlee Vorreiter & Jayde McFee.New recruits for 2011 will add to the depth of the team.Goal Keeper position is strong with Taylor Cardinal & Alexis Buzash working as a tandem.
Exhibition Games against the u15 Boys teams have proven to be a challenge, with close scores.