Pre-season training can commence from Tue 19th Feb

Pre- season training can commence from Tuesday 12th February at QEP.

There will be no lights during pre-season. Lights will not be available until 2nd April. These are the standard conditions of pre-season ground hire.

RLWSC has QEP 1 booked from 5:30-7:30 on Tues, Wed, Thu and QEP 2 booked on Tue & Thu. Please train within these times. If you train outside our allocated times / fields, the club could face sanctions from council.

Regular training evenings under lights will commence from Tuesday 2nd April. The committee will be creating a roster during the week commencing 18th Feb. Returning teams will have priority to request the same time as last season, new teams and any requests for change of day / time will be accommodated if possible.

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winter school holiday soccer clinics

Sport and Recreation is once again excited to announce the next Girls Football/Soccer Development Clinic at Arlington Reserve in Dulwich Hill.

It's $45 per person for 2 days, 9am - midday.

- 1st and 2nd July 2015 For 12 to 15 years more info and bookiing
- 8th and 9th July 2015 For 8 to 11 years more info and booking

A selection from the following current W-League players will be conducting the two day clinics in July:

  • Melissa Caceres: Sydney FC player having represented the Australian under-20 side
  • Rhianna Pollicina: Western Sydney Wanderers player and former Australian under-17s team
  • Olivia Price: Sydney FC player and current Captain of Australian Matildas under-20s team
  • Lorena Bugden: Western Sydney Wanderers player & former NSW Girls All Schools who has also played in Spain
  • Renee Rollason: Sydney FC player and most W-League appearances from current players; Game Development Officer for Football NSW
  • Jess Urquhart: Western Sydney Wanderers goalkeeper.