ICYMI: Westfield W-League Round 14 wrap

Melbourne City claimed the last remaining spot in the Westfield W-League finals while Brisbane Roar sealed the Premiership with a dominant victory. 

Missed any of the action from Round 14? We've got you covered with our Monday morning wrap. 

Adelaide United 2-1 Melbourne Victory

Cross-code star Jenna McCormick scored the winner for Adelaide United helping the Reds defeat Melbourne Victory 2-1 on Friday night to end their season on a high. 

McCormick, who also plays in the AFL Women's comp, scored a second-half winner after US star Makenzy Doniak had opened the scoring for the Reds. 

Rising star Kyra Cooney-Cross equalised for Victory before the break. 

Jenna McCormick
Jenna McCormick

Newcastle Jets 0-3 Melbourne City

A rampant Melbourne City booked a spot in the Westfield W-League finals following a dominant 3-0 win over Newcastle Jets at McDonald Jones Stadium on Saturday night. 

Jodie Taylor, Aivi Luik and Yukari Kinga on target for City as they stormed into the finals next weekend. 

The Jets were already assured of finals football after last week's thumping win over Canberra United. 

Melbourne City

 

Sydney FC 4-1 Western Sydney Wanderers

The Sky Blues sent an ominous warning to the rest of the Westfield W-League after smashing Western Sydney Wanderers 4-1 in the Sydney Derby on Sunday. 

With the finals kicking off next week, the Sydney women looked in ominous form at Seymour Shaw. 

In the first-half, goals to Chloe Logarzo, Caitlin Cooper and Caitlin Foord blew away the Wanderers giving Sydney an unassailable lead. 

Remy Siemsen made it 4-0 in the second half before Wanderers' Maruschka Waldus scored a consolation goal in the final few minutes. 

Sydney FC

 

Brisbane Roar 4-1 Canberra United

Brisbane Roar will head into next week's finals in winning form after defeating Canberra United 4-1 on Sunday. 

Westfield Matildas duo Hayley Raso and Emily Gielnik got on the scoresheet for Roar, with Abbey Lloyd netting a second-half brace. 

Norwegian Elise Thorsnes grabbed a consolation for Canberra in the second half. 

Roar