October 28, 2022 By Cyrille Ndongo-Keller Off

Newsletter T4/W4

Dear Parents,
We all enjoyed another solid week of fun and challenging training development at our training centre in Castle Cove.
The Mini Mongo players are gradually improving their interest, passion and love for the game. We are also noticing an improvement with their technical touch, coordination and agility.  The academy programs are providing players with a challenging environment with activities strictly aligned to the program’s curriculum. 

Our term 4 parents meeting will take place Wednesday November 9th next to the Cafe at the Willis Sports Centre. A great opportunity to find out how your child is progressing, term 1 program, tournament opportunities and winter competition 2023 
5-5.30pm: Mini Mongo – Pre Academy & Advanced Pre Academy
6-6.30pm:  Academy & Advanced Academy

See you on the field. 



FIFA Women’s World Cup broadcast in Australia via Seven Network

The Seven Network has announced that it has acquired the Australian free-to-air rights to the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Taking place in Australia and New Zealand from 20 July – 20 August next year, the platform will deliver the games of the Matildas in every match of their World Cup campaign.

FIFA Women’s World Cup COO (Australia), Jane Fernandez, said: “FIFA are excited to welcome Seven as the Australian free-to-air broadcaster of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. 

“This tournament will truly be a defining moment in Australian sporting history, and the partnership with Seven ensures all fans in Australia will have the chance to see the biggest women’s sporting event in the world.