Manly United are looking forward to a huge 2024 National Premier Leagues Women’s NSW season.
Known for having one of the best female youth development programs in the state, Manly United have retained a number of players from their 2023 squad.
Thirteen in total will once again call Cromer Park home, a tactic that coach Tom Hopley will see his side benefit through consistency and familiarity.
Hopley will again call on the talented teen Sienna Dale to make her mark on the competition and show her enormous potential.
Well known Manly stars Nicole Simonsen, Emily Bastow, Phoebe Gilbane, Ruby Jackson, Nicole Stuart, Grace Arnold, Daisy Arrowsmith, Tegan Biasi, Emily Minett, Mia Bales, Leah Burton and Alexia Forner are just some of the names that have re-signed.
Perhaps the club’s biggest signing in the off season has seen Ariella Cabezas join the Northern Beaches side arriving from the Northern Tigers, while Gemma Wooley returns to Manly.
Manly love bringing their youth stars back after spending some time at the Football NSW Institute with Bonny Adams the latest to do so.
Siahn Bozanic comes into the squad also having spent last season with 2023 Premiers APIA Leichhardt, while Mia McLachlan moves down South having played in the Northern NSW NPL with Charlestown Azzurri.
Manly United opens it’s campaign with a tough away trip to Premiers APIA Leichhardt at Leichhardt Oval on Sunday, 3rd March.
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