Premier target

ACE is getting closer to its long-term goal of playing in the Brisbane Women’s Premier League, says head coach Jamie Sanckson, pictured above. Pre-season training starts tonight for the ACE Women and Reserves with promotion from Capital League 1 to the Premier League their number one target. Many of last season’s Reserves players are back…

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President’s praise

President Tony Dooley paid tribute to the club’s volunteers and staff during the “unprecedented” 2020 season at the ACE Annual General Meeting on Tuesday. He said the “extraordinary commitment” from the management committee and staff ensured the season was completed with the “best possible outcome for our players.” The arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic stopped…

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Bronty’s challenge

Eleven months ago, Bronty Geddes left Wolter Park beaten, but impressed. Bronty was in The Lakes’ team, preparing for the Brisbane Women’s Premier League (BWPL), which went down 3-1 in a late February friendly to a new-look ACE Capital League side. However, Bronty remembered “a group of girls who, I guess, were strangers in the…

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Finish on a high

Captain Sean Lewis says ACE will not ease up in their last match of the season against premiers St George Willawong tonight. The Premier League title has been decided. St George lifted the trophy in midweek and after two successive titles. ACE finish as runners-up. But Sean, the most successful skipper in ACE history, said:…

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