The hat-trick resulted in a final score of 5-0 to the USA.  The Ferns had previously lost to Iceland by a scoreline of 1-0 and finished their She Believes Cup campaign in freezing -6C weather drawing the Czech Republic 0-0. 

The tournament did see the return to international play of Rebekah Stott, the A-League player having missed more than two years of Football Ferns action after her battle with cancer.  

City teammate Hannah Wilkinson, Sydney FC's Paige Satchell and Melbourne Victory's Claudia Bunge also all had game-time during the tournament.  The Football Ferns finished last in the invitational Cup.


A-League Pride Game a soccer torchbearer: Cavallo

Josh Cavallo hopes Adelaide United's A-Leagues Pride Games will set the scene for other soccer clubs to follow in Australia and worldwide.


Chidiac inspires Victory A-League comeback

Melbourne Victory have come from 2-0 down to grab a draw against Canberra United in Tuesday night's A-League Women action.

The full A-League Women's schedule can be found using this link.