Round 12 promises to be a crucial weekend for a number of sides, with The Gap FC aiming to re-climb the table after falling to third. However, fourth-placed Moreton Bay United stand in the way.
In this week of the Women’s National Premier League, Lions FC snuck home against The Gap FC. Meanwhile, Souths United grabbed pole position with a big win against Mitchelton.
Round 11 will see the top half of the table make some key moves, with a handful of leading teams clashing for three points.
Who will remain at the top of the table? Who will maintain winning streaks? We take a look ahead to a key round of matches.
Round 10 saw the ladder leaders continue their fight for prime position, as the pack behind them snap at their heels.
Round 10 gives football fans a range of mouth-watering matches to feast on.
For the few undefeated teams their job remains the same – stay undefeated!
As the Easter break draws to a close we look back on round nine of the NPLW. Although the wet weather played havoc once again, there was definitely no shortage of goals.
Round nine cannot start soon enough, with football fans itching to see their sides back onto the field after a weekend off.
Will the break see a change in fortunes for some sides? Or will the undefeated teams continue on their merry ways?
It’s a three horse race at the top of the NPLW ladder at the moment, but round eight showed the mid-table has the ability to snap at the heals of the front-runners.
Round eight is upon us as teams go toe-to-toe for ascendancy on the ladder.
Who will maintain their climb towards the top? Will the mid-table teams find consistency, or will those at the bottom find a breakthrough?
The NPLW ladder is beginning to take shape after round seven, with the top four stamping their claims while mid-table teams showing they have potential to challenge.
Round six provided a couple of talking points as teams rebounded from heavy round five defeats and attempted to patch their leaking defences.
Round seven is another test as teams build upon what they’ve learned. What will be the talking points after this round is done?
The NPLW took on more twists and turns as it roller-coastered its way into round six.
Rain again played a role in the fixtures with two games to be rescheduled, with The Gap momentarily sitting behind Souths United at the top of the table.