With the U19s and U22s making through to finals football it was off to Cooks Square Park for their first leg.

In windy conditions, it was the U19s that got the day underway taking on the emerging Jets. In a tough game, it was the Bears that scored the only goal of the match in a good win.

The U22s took on the high flying Magic and produced a super display to take the game 2-0.

Both teams will play their second leg at Edgeworth next week.

Well done everyone and ....

C'mon you Bears!!!


Herald Women’s Premier League Grand Final Preview

Renee Valentine

Match Facts:

  • Warners Bay are the only team Wallsend have not beaten this year
  • Both clubs are playing in their first WPL grand final
  • Warners Bay players Nadja Squires, Cassidy Davis and Toria Campbell were part of Valentine's grand final side which lost to Merewether in the decider last year
  • Four Newcastle Jets players will play in the grand final.....

To read the full NNSW Football article click here.


The Weston Workers Bears Football Club send our condolences to U19s goalkeeper Jed Horder and his mother Helen on the passing of his father Allan.

We are all thinking of you at this difficult time.


The NNSW Football Women's Premier League titles will be decided this Sunday... and the grand finals are at Weston!

Entry is FREE... there will be great food, music and prizes to be won.

Most importantly, our community has a wonderful opportunity to watch the best female football players in northern football at their showcase event.

This year's Grand Finals are scheduled as follows:
Sunday, August 21
Rockwell Automation Park, Weston
Gates open 8:00am

14 Years – Football Mid North Coast v South Wallsend JSC

16 Years – Adamstown v Football Mid North Coast

18 Years – Thornton Redbacks FC v Warners Bay FC

1st Grade – Warners Bay FC v Wallsend FC


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