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Jada Mathyssen-Whyman

Jada Whyman is of Indigenous Australian heritage, with ancestry from the Wiradjuri and Yorta Yorta peoples. 

 

Jada grew up in Wagga Wagga before moving to Canberra and later Sydney, where she attended Westfields Sports High School.  She traveled from Wagga Wagga to both Sydney and Canberra regularly until late 2013 when she moved to the Australian Capital Territory.

Jada's first club in Sydney was Macarthur Rams, joining the club in 2013 whilst still living in Wagga Wagga.

In August 2015, Whyman signed to play for Western Sydney Wanderers in the 2015–16 W-League, and made seven appearances in her debut season. Jada was awarded National Premier Leagues NSW Goalkeeper of the Year: 2015, 2016

Jada was first called up to the Australian under-17 team in 2013 for the 2013 AFC U-16 Women's Championship, aged thirteen.  She made her debut for Australia under-20 in a 2–0 win over Uzbekistan in the group stage of the 2015 AFC U-19 Women's Championship.

She was subsequently selected in a squad for the Senior national team  playing two friendlies against France and England in October 2018.

Jada is currently a member of the future Matildas squad, training in readiness for a call up to the 1st national women's team the Matilda's.

ALIX ROBERTS

The speedster grew up in Bega Valley and played junior football with Penrith FC. She then played with Parramatta Ladyhawks after moving to Sydney before joining Blacktown Spartans.

 

Whilst captaining the Blacktown Spartans in the NSW Premier League competition, Roberts was scouted by Wanderers W-League coach Norm Boardman, who coaches a rival team in the state-based competition.

 

In 2018 Alix left Australian shores to play for AAB in Denmark.

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—  2018 Roselea FC Ambassador

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