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2004 Season

posted Mar 2, 2010, 5:03 AM by Vaughan Castine


Four in a Row!

A constantly changing line up for the Greenwood Women this year. Losing several key players with serious injuries and a couple even catching the "pregnancy bug". Inconsistent numbers at games gave the women's team a challenging season but everyone loves a challenge.

The women went on to become League Champions and then one step further to take home the MNA Cup. A thrilling final clearly controlled by the awesome Greenwood line up. Coached by Renae Campbell this year, her dynamic style & inventive drills designed to mould new players and fine tune the senior members while still being a dominating player herself. Respected and appreciated by all her team mates for taking on such a demanding role. Congratulations to Lydia Padgett for winning the Fairest & Best trophy for the League. Runner up was Pia Kilburn & Renae Campbell equal third.

From 2004
Greenwood Girls Season 2004

The Grand Final result: Greenwood 2.13 = 19 def Finbarrs 0.6 = 6.

After topping the tables in the women's competition not all the ladies will get to enjoy their off season just yet. September 25th sees the WA Womens State teams head off to Melbourne for this years Australasian Gaelic Football Titles. Representing Greenwood in this years state team are: Renae Campbell, Pia Kilburn, Tracey Ward, Lydia Padgett, Jane Padgett, Janelle Rock, Sam Abrahams, Lisa Ammoscato, Linda Towill & Anna Haynes. Assisant Coach is Gemma De Knock.


Well the guys did very well to finish the season in third. Injury and conflicting commitments meant that there was no such thing as a regular team. We called on some of the players from previous years to come out of retirement as well as adding some new blood; overall we had more than 40 players pulling on the guernsey during the season - this included at least 9 people having a stint in goals. We definitely could not have achieved what we did this year without the awesome coaching efforts from Pearse.

Eoin Carberry got 4th in the Fairest & Best votes for the mens league, he also got to referee the mens final.

Given the high number of first year players next year should be promising...

From 2004
Greenwood Guys Season 2004