Adelaide United vs Canberra United Player Ratings

Adelaide United vs Canberra United Player Ratings

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Canberra United have consolidated their spot in the top four with a hard fought 2-1 victory over Adelaide United at Marsden Sports Complex on Sunday afternoon with 17-year-old Hayley Taylor-Young coming off the bench to score the winner with her first W-League goal.

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Sham Khamis - 7

Had a quiet game as Adelaide failed to create clear cut opportunities but will be disappointed to lose her clean sheet so late in the piece, despite her excellent initial save from Condon.

Karly Roestbakken - 7

Had a fantastic battle with Mallory Weber throughout the match and the youngster did a great job limiting the American's influence. Wasn't able to get forward as regularly as she usually does as Canberra played largely on the counter.

Jessie Rasschaert - 8.5

A fantastic display from Rasschaert as she kept tabs on Fowler and kept Adelaide at bay for the majority of the match. In just her fourth W-League appearance, she looked at home next to Kurtz as the duo produced an outstanding defensive display.

Kaleigh Kurtz - 9

Copped a bloodied nose midway through the first half, but soldiered on despite needing treatment several times to stem the bleeding throughout the match. Kurtz was fantastic and Canberra's rock at the back, and whilst they say you can't get blood from a stone, she did her best to disprove that saying tonight.

Nikola Orgill - 7

Did a solid job keeping tabs on Dawber and Hodgson but wasn't really troubled throughout the 90. Withdrawn late after signalling to the bench she needed treatment.

Laura Hughes - 7

Battled well in the middle of the park to disrupt Adelaide and keep the likes of Araujo quiet. Withdrawn just after the hour mark.

Olivia Price - 7.5

The powerhouse in Canberra's midfield covered countless miles in the middle of the park, but also provided the assist for the opener with an excellent through ball to Leena Khamis.

Simone Charley - 7

Always looked a threat when running at defenders and cutting back onto her left, but just failed to trouble Willacy in the Adelaide goal tonight. Enjoyed a great battle with the impressive Grant for Adelaide.

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