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Congratulations to the Winners from the FFA ALDI MiniRoos Survey

June 6th, 2017
PICTURED: Marlee Bevan, Kurri Kurri Junior Soccer Club with her 2017 signed Westfield Matildas Jersey.

Football Federation Austalia (FFA) and Northern NSW Football conducted a Survey of all Female ALDI MiniRoos Participants in the Hunter Region (Newcastle Football, Macquarie Football and Hunter Valley Football) to discover insights into the growth of Girls-Only MiniRoos Leagues and overall participation in the area.

The data will be released in the MiniRoos Female Participation Hunter Region Case study in July 2017.

Some great prizes were on offer for individuals who completed the survey, plus a very special prize for the club who had the highest percentage of their total Female MiniRoos players fill out the Survey!

The Winners are:

Club visit from current Westfield Matildas player Michelle Heyman – Lochinvar Rovers FC

 $200 Westfield Gift Voucher – Nicole Daniel, Maitland Junior Football Club

Mayah

 

2011 signed Caltex Socceroos Jersey –  Mayah Lewis, Mayfield United JSFC 

Marlee

2017 signed Westfield Matildas Jersey – Marlee Bevan, Kurri Kurri Junior Soccer Club.

Congratulations all, and thank you to everyone who completed the survey.

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