13 Lauren Allan
20 Sham Khamis
19 Leena Khamis
11 Elise Thorsnes 81'
7 Simone Charley 32'
23 Lauren Keir
VENUE: McDonald Jones Stadium
|81'||Elise Thorsnes (Canberra United Women) Goal at 81'|
|73'||Camila (Canberra United Women) Shot Off Target at 73'|
|65'||Camila (Canberra United Women) Shot Off Target at 65'|
Shots (on Goal)
|1||Melbourne City Women||12||+23||34|
|2||Melbourne Victory Women||12||+10||23|
|3||Sydney FC Women||12||+8||22|
|4||Western Sydney Women||12||+4||22|
|5||Brisbane Roar Women||12||+3||17|
|6||Canberra United Women||12||-16||13|
|7||Perth Glory Women||12||-5||11|
|8||Adelaide United Women||12||-12||7|
|9||Newcastle Jets Women||12||-15||7|
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