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2019/2020 Season

1 Melbourne C 4 1 1 13
2 Sydney FC 4 0 1 12
3 W Sydney 3 1 1 10
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W-League review: Wanderers go bang, Newcastle fight back, young local stars shine

Remy Siemsen
Remy Siemsen, 20, returned to Sydney FC with a bang.

The W-League weekend in 280 characters or less

Western Sydney kick off the season with a 2-1 win over Adelaide, Sydney pick up where they left off beating Victory 3-0, Canberra defeat an under-strength Perth 2-0, and Newcastle take their first ever point off Melbourne City after drawing 1-1.

JUMP TO: The winners | The losers | Here's the tea | The next gen

Western Sydney Wanderers
The Western Sydney Wanderers opened their season with a win over Adelaide United on Thursday night.

The Winners

Western Sydney Wanderers

It's not hard to improve on a wooden spoon, but the Wanderers got their new-look season off to the best...

W-League 2019-20 Season Preview: New signings, key players, ones to watch

Sam Kerr says she's excited to share the club she'll be joining as she looks to challenge herself in Europe.
Sam Kerr says she's proud of the "amazing" deal that's provided equal pay for the women and men's Australian teams.
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It's back. The wait for the start of a new W-League season always seems interminably long, however with the Women's World Cup conveniently positioned during the break this year, the opportunity to see women's football on our screens has been plentiful.

- U.S. viewers can stream W-League games live on ESPN+

While the Matildas' exit from the tournament in France felt premature, the announcements that funding for both W-League players and national team players would receive a significant boost has...

A-League review: Samuel Silvera and Denis Genreau making the most of their chances

It's Monday, so here's the good, bad and ugly from Round 4 in the A-League.

JUMP TO: Genreau takes his chance | Sil-very, very good | Merrick makes a meal of 300th | Where's your imagination WSW, Roar? | Western United are officially a good team

Genreau moves his way into starting frame

Sunday's 3-2 win over Wellington Phoenix was Denis Genreau's second start for Melbourne City in over two years. It was a selection of necessity for Erick Mombaerts given Jamie Maclaren's hamstring issues, but...