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ALW R6 vs Victory - COYY

Ironbark

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Kyah has now returned to full contact training, and from what I was told about a week ago, at that point they thought approx. 3 weeks away.

So 2 weeks away if everything is still on track.
A December return is highly likely.

Simon and Wurigumula together could prove a very potent combination
 

JoyfulPenguin

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Lovely day at the Home of the Matildas, haven't been there since it was mostly mud for a Heart v Victory youth Derby and it's now a lovely facility.

Disappointing result but can't say Victory didn't deserve it, we had patches of control but were clinging on for most of the game.

Irwin was terrific but we got really overwhelmed in midfield and Victory worked out Wurigumula's tricks fairly quickly.

Special thanks to Annabell Martin, Annalise Rasmussen, Faye Bryson and Casey Dumont by making a little six year old's day by having a chat to him and signing his hat after a tough loss.
 

Rising Sun

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Lovely day at the Home of the Matildas, haven't been there since it was mostly mud for a Heart v Victory youth Derby and it's now a lovely facility.

Disappointing result but can't say Victory didn't deserve it, we had patches of control but were clinging on for most of the game.

Irwin was terrific but we got really overwhelmed in midfield and Victory worked out Wurigumula's tricks fairly quickly.

Special thanks to Annabell Martin, Annalise Rasmussen, Faye Bryson and Casey Dumont by making a little six year old's day by having a chat to him and signing his hat after a tough loss.
I think "clinging on for most of the game" is a bit harsh. I thought we matched them in the first half and should have really gone in 1 up (the Gomez chance).
We were certainly under the pump for a long period in the 2nd half but started to turn the tide after Hayward came on and I thought we were on top for the last 10, and the winner was against the run of play in the end. The 2 dubious offside calls when we had clear cut opportunities didn't help.
 

Rising Sun

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Kyah has now returned to full contact training, and from what I was told about a week ago, at that point they thought approx. 3 weeks away.

So 2 weeks away if everything is still on track.
A December return is highly likely.

Simon and Wurigumula together could prove a very potent combination
My mail is she is at least another week from full contact, the injury has been frustratingly slow to heal. Still every chance she will take the field for us in December but it will probably be with just a few hours to spare.
 

Tevor

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I don't think people should expect much from her on her return, players can take quite a while to get back to any kind of form after a serious injury. Never seen anyone come back looking sharp and great, take Moresche as a recent example.
 

pjennings

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I don't think people should expect much from her on her return, players can take quite a while to get back to any kind of form after a serious injury. Never seen anyone come back looking sharp and great, take Moresche as a recent example.
As long as we can make the 6 without relying on her too much then she will have 3 months next year to be fully sharp for the finals. Could be just what we need for the final push.
 

Ironbark

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My mail is she is at least another week from full contact, the injury has been frustratingly slow to heal. Still every chance she will take the field for us in December but it will probably be with just a few hours to spare.
I'll have to trust you on this, I was told she was back by another player
 

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