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Womens Football WW2

Examiner Launceston 25-Jun-1941 p2s 7EX and 7LA teams at practice Crop
Examiner Launceston 25-Jun-1941 p2s 7EX and 7LA teams at practice Crop

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Date Venue
Crowd
Team 1 Team 2 Comments Notes
14-Sep-1940
Saturday
Port Neill
SA
approx 250
Port Neill
4.12
Tumby Bay
2.10
Local Branch of Red Cross
Umpire: Mr W.T. Davey
1
21-Sep-1940
Saturday
North Shields
(Grounds lent by Mr W. Feltus)
SA
150 people
White River
6.6
North Shields
2.2
Schools Patriotic Fund
Fred Cameron (Umpires:Goal umpires Mrs D.Murray and Miss N Higgins)
23
c Oct 1940
Athelstone and Campbelltown District
SA
Women Men (in Skirts)
Mail Adelaide 26-Oct-1940 p17 Men v Women Burlesque Athelstone and Campbelltown
Mail Adelaide 26-Oct-1940 p17 Men v Women Burlesque Athelstone and Campbelltown
4
1941 Launceston
Tas
7EX 7LA 20 minute Game as curtin-raiser 5
22-Jun-1941 Blackwood
Hawthorndene
SA
Hendon Munitions
News Adelaide 21-Jun-1941 p4 Hendon Munitions
News Adelaide 21-Jun-1941 p4 Hendon Munitions
Jockeys (Men)
28-Jun-1941
Saturday
Launceston
Tas
7EX 7LA With North - South Match (20 minute curtain Raiser)
Examiner Launceston 25-Jun-1941 p2s 7EX and 7LA teams at practice
Examiner Launceston 25-Jun-1941 p2s 7EX and 7LA teams at practice
6
27-Jul-1941 Adelaide
Plympton Coursing Ground
SA
A. Simpson and Son
News Adelaide 26-Jul-1941 p4 Simpson v Jockeys
News Adelaide 26-Jul-1941 p4 Simpson v Jockeys
Jockeys (men)
20-Jul-1941
Sunday
Longford
Tas
7EX Country Women 7
23-Aug-1941
Saturday
Mona Vale
Grounds of Mona Vale House
Tas
Ross
8.16
Mona Vale
3.7
Ugly man competition for Red cross 8
30-Aug-1941
Saturday
Ross
Tas
Ross
7.2
Mona Vale
11.12
Red Cross Comfort Funds
910
13-Sep-1941
Saturday
Tas Ross
8.11
Campelltown
3.3
Aide of Mr E Rothwell in the Ugly man competition
Umpires:Messrs M.Smith and R.Phillips
11
c Sep 1941 Heywood
Vic
Reds
winners by 5 Points)
Whites 12
11-Oct-1941
Saturday
Broken Hill
Jubilee Oval
NSW
Bombers
4.5
Spitfires
8.8 (Winners)
Spitfire fund
Umpire:Denzil Pryor
1314
18-Oct-1941
Saturday
Broken Hill
Jubilee Oval
NSW
Bombers Spitfires Divided between Queens competing in the Spitfire fund 15
06-Jun-1942
Saturday
Adelaide
Unley Oval
SA
Employees of Finsbury Employees of Richards Entertainment for the Troops including Girls Football Match 1617
28-May-1944
Sunday
Adelaide
Actil Oval
SA
More than 1000
Munitions Actil Fighting Forces Comfort Fund
1819
1944 Port Pirie?
SA
Girls Football Match 20
04-Jun-1944
Sunday
Perth
Bassendean Oval
WA
Midland Junction Workshops Umpire:Fred Wimbridge
Western Mail 20-Jul-1944 WAGR Match shift v Shift
Western Mail 20-Jul-1944 WAGR Match shift v Shift
212223
12-Jun-1944
Monday
Port Pirie
Memorial Oval
SA
About 1,000 spectators
Red
6.4
Blue
1.6
Miss Alma Farley (Queen of Football).
Umpire: Mr. Ern Scott
2425
27-Aug-1944
Sunday
Perth
Bassendean Oval
WA
Midland Junction Workshops Red Cross Society
West Australian 28-Aug-1944 p2 WAGR Workshops
West Australian 28-Aug-1944 p2 WAGR Workshops
2627
10-Sep-1944
Sunday
Perth
Perth Oval
WA
WA Munitions Factory Combined Midland Junction Workshops Crippled Childrens Seaside Home 2829
24-Sep-1944
Sunday
Kalgoorlie?
Kalgoorlie Oval?
WA
30
08-Oct-1944
Sunday
Kalgoorlie?
Kalgoorlie Oval?
WA
Australian Comfort Fund
Umpire: Q Liddicoat
31
10-Oct-1944
Tuesday
WA
Railways Kalgoorlie 32
18-Jun-1945
Monday
Port Pirie
Memorial Oval
SA
418 people paid
Blacks (Port)
14.14 47 point winners
Reds (Proprietary)
8.3
Miss Alma Farley - Miss Red Cross Candidate
Umpire:Mr Ern Scott
3334
29-Sep-1945
Saturday
Ulverstone
Tas
Launceston
4.1
Devonport and Ulverstone
4.8
for Charity
Last year regular games were held
35
c8-Sep-1945 Tas
Thyne Bros Waverley A.C.F. and Anzac House Appeal
36


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17. Big Unley Oval Sports Meeting. (1942, May 30). The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), p. 8. Retrieved February 12, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article55769125
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19. What is Happening in Your Home State. (1944, June 1). Army News (Darwin, NT : 1941 - 1946), p. 2. Retrieved February 10, 2014, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article47694901
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