Australia Beats Canada 1-0

In the Women’s World Cup international friendly, Canada lost 1-0 to Australia at Victoria’s Centennial Stadium Saturday afternoon. This was Canada’s second game against Australia, spliting the series 1-1.



Canada’s next tournament is the Football Confederation’s Women Gold Cup at the end of October. Canada will compete in Group B along with Jamaica, Haiti and Costa Rica at Centennial Stadium in Victoria, BC.

In the Women’s World Cup international friendly, Canada lost 1-0 to Australia at Victoria’s Centennial Stadium Saturday afternoon. This was Canada’s second game against Australia, spliting the series 1-1.



Canada’s next tournament is the Football Confederation’s Women Gold Cup at the end of October. Canada will compete in Group B along with Jamaica, Haiti and Costa Rica at Centennial Stadium in Victoria, BC.



Saturday, September 28, 2002

Centennial Stadium, Victoria, BC – attendance 2,656



CANADA 0 (0)

AUSTRALIA 1(0)

Goals: Austalia – 7. Kelly Golebiowski(64)

Canadian Line-Up: 1. Karina LeBlanc; 2. Melanie Booth (18. Kristina Kiss, 74), 6. Sharolta Nonen, 12. Clare Rustad; 5. Andrea Neil, 7. Isabelle Morneau, 15. Kara Lang, 16. Brittany Timko, 10. Charmaine Hooper (C), 11. Randee Hermus, 17. Silvana Burtini. Head Coach: Even Pellerud

Australian Line-Up: 2. Gill Thomson, 4. Dianne Alagich, 5. Cheryl Salisbury, 6. Anissa Tann (C), 8. Olivia Hohnke (11. Heather Garriock, 59), 10. Joanne Peters, 12. Rhian Davies (13. Thea Slatyer 69), 15. Tal Karp, 7 Kelly Golebiowski, (9. April Mann, 85) , 17. Nathalie Thomas, (16. Amy Wilson 73), 18. Melissa Barbieri.



Referee: Mauricio Navarro; Assistant Referees: Kim Chalmers, Simon Fearn; 4th Official: Sonia Denoncourt




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