What a ripper round of footy, we reckon. But what did you think? Here's our recap of the best of the rest.
THE SYDNEY DERBY
Now for the big one! The one everyone was waiting for since we first caught glimpse of Lynn Williams and co in a Wanderers kit did not disappoint at all...
Although there was a surprising hero in red and black.
I will riot if Cooney-Cross is not in next senior Matildas squad. #wswvsyd— Brenton Speed (@BrentonSpeed) December 20, 2019
In fact, the prominent imports played second fiddle at times, as another Matilda got the ball rolling, while the same true blue midfielder was pulling all the strings.
It was soon being called the best Wanderers performance in W-League history. We can't argue with that.
Complete domination by @wswanderersfc ladies tonight. THE most complete performance in the @WLeague this season 🙌🏼 An absolute pleasure to call this!! #yeahthedub #SydneyDerby #WSWvSYD https://t.co/m7DDyBXZD1— Robbie Feldmann (@robbie_f84) December 20, 2019
But while it was a sensational, groundbreaking day in Wanderland, consternation still abounded at the lack of fans there to witness it. Western Sydney, renowned for having the most passionate fans in the A-League, could only muster just over 2,200 people to the occasion.
The likely offender? A 5pm Friday kick-off time - to accommodate the double-header - that made getting there after a 9-5 job almost impossible.
All the #WSW #ALeague fans (who are likely to start showing up in half an hour 😠) are missing a stunning performance from their #WLeague team!! 😍 It was worth the trip up to Sydney just to see that incredible goal from @kyracooneyx 🚀 #SydneyDerby #WSWvSYD pic.twitter.com/lueD8xYaCY— Ben Laws (@benlawskiwi) December 20, 2019