New signing Hayley Raso brought a touch of the unexpected to the Westfield W-League in Season Four coming into the Canberra United squad as something of an unknown after impressing in a week-long trial... read the rest at canberraunited.com.au.
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Canberra United came ever so close to claiming third place in the International Women's Club Championship in Japan on Sunday, but a goal in injury time to Japanese club NTV Beleza shattered the dream ending for United, losing 4-3.
Westfield Matildas midfielder Hayley Raso talks about making her national team debut against New Zealand.
The Matildas take on New Zealand today in their second friendly in three days, with Australia aiming to keep its 18-year unbeaten record intact against the Football Ferns.
A LAST-GASP equaliser from Thea Slatyer ended New Zealand’s hopes of breaking an 18-year winless record against the Matildas.
A last gasp equaliser from Thea Slatyer ended New Zealand’s hopes of breaking an 18-year winless record against the Westfield Matildas.
Queenslander Hayley Raso's bold move to Canberra is continuing to pay dividends after the 17-year-old was named in the Matildas squad yesterday.
Greatest sporting achievement: Playing for Canberra United in the W-League & being chosen into the Australian U19 School Girls Team which toured China & Japan
Greatest achievement off the field: Receiving a scholarship to Emmanuel College
How many hours per week to you train/exercise? 10-12 hours.
What kind of diet or nutrition plan are you on? None, I just maintain a healthy and balanced diet.
What do you love about your sport? The high-intensity, speed and skill of the game as well as playing as part of a team
If you could change something about your sport, what would it be? For women’s soccer to be as highly recognised as men’s
What motivates you? The drive to succeed and become a better player
Do you have a profession outside of your sport? No, still attending year 12 at school.
Three words that describe you: Determined, enthusiastic, motivated
If I wanted to play your sport, what advice would you give me? Enjoy it, stay positive and try your best.
I support Sport for Women Day because it is important for women to know that they can be as successful as men in their chosen sport.