Midfielder Katrina Gorry
- Height 154cm
- Weight 54kg
- D.O.B. 13/8/92
Debut: 11-Jul-2012 v Japan (in Tokyo) Friendly (L0-3) age 19
Caps (Goals): 78 (15)
Major Tournaments: 2014 AFC Asian Cup (Vietnam), 2015 FIFA World Cup (Canada), 2016 Olympic Games (Rio de Janeiro), 2018 AFC Asian Cup (Jordan), 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Current Club: Avaldsnes IL
Previous Clubs: Adelaide United, Brisbane Roar, Ottawa Fury, Kansas City, Vegalta Sendai, Utah Royals
Olympic Qualifying (Women) 2020
Westfield Matildas at Home: Australian stars to light up Gold Coast, Reds stun City
Round five of the W-League sees top flight football return to Surfers Paradise with several Westfield Matildas doing battle for a crucial three points on the Gold Coast. Meanwhile in Thursday night action, Melbourne City's star-studded lineup were trumped by an in-form Adelaid
Westfield Matildas at Home: Chidiac inspires Melbourne City's Derby revenge as Gielnik breaks goalscoring drought
Westfield Matildas duo Alex Chidiac and Emily Gielnik both found themselves on the scoresheet during a show-stopping Sunday of Westfield W-League action. In the day's first fixture, Melbourne City enjoyed sweet redemption for their 6-0 derby defeat last round as they prevaile
Westfield Matildas at Home: Melbourne City looking for Derby redemption
Westfield Matildas Jenna McCormick, Alex Chidiac and Teagan Micah may have had a day to forget during last weekend's 6-0 Melbourne Derby defeat, but they now face a unique chance for redemption seven days later. Due to ongoing scheduling constraints, round four of the Westfie
Westfield Matildas at Home: De Vanna, Cooney-Cross and Gorry strike during exciting weekend of W-League action
There were Westfield Matildas on the scoresheet throughout an absorbing round three of the Westfield W-League. Check out the best bits that involved our international stars as Canberra snatched a point in Brisbane and Melbourne Victory hit cross-town rivals City for six.
Westfield Matildas at Home: McCormick and Micah meet their old club in mouthwatering Melbourne Derby
Round 3 of the Westfield W-League kicks off on Thursday night and is sure to present a handful of top-quality encounters featuring some Westfield Matildas stars. First on the agenda is an intriguing encounter between Brisbane Roar and Canberra United at Dolphin Stadium.
Westfield Matildas at Home: The Westfield W-League kicks off in style
Over the past seven days an action-packed opening two rounds of the Westfield W-League have unfolded, with a handful of active Westfield Matildas featuring for their respective clubs. Despite two dominant showings from their star-studded side including Tameka Yallop, Emily Gi
Micah heroics rescues point for City against misfiring Roar in opener
Brisbane Roar hit the woodwork four times and were denied by the inspired Teagan Micah as defending Champions and Premiers, Melbourne City, clung on to their 17-match undefeated streak in a 0-0 draw in the Westfield W-League opener. Westfield Matildas duo Tameka Yallop and Emi
Westfield Matildas set to face off in Westfield W-League opening round
Eight Westfield Matildas will go head to head in the opening round of the Westfield W-League with the updated fixture schedule seeing Brisbane Roar host Melbourne City in the season opener. ... This battle of the Westfield Matildas will be held on Tuesday, 29 December when the R
Westfield Matildas: Made in the Westfield W-League
The Westfield W-League is a competition which has nurtured, tested, and built some of the biggest names to then go on and don a Westfield Matildas jersey. For 12 seasons, the best of Australia's best have played right here in our own backyard. ... Although there have b
Experienced midfielder Katrina Gorry heads back to Brisbane Roar
Westfield Matildas midfielder Katrina Gorry is heading back to Brisbane Roar for the 2020/21 Westfield W-League season. Gorry joins fellow national teammates Tameka Yallop and Emily Gielnik at the powerhouse Westfield W-League club. ... "It's always nice to come ho
"Dylan is my world, and I wouldn't change anything about him"
My little brother Dylan. Where do I start? He is the superhero of our family. From the moment he was born I knew that he was special because the way he entered into the world made my Dad and Step Mum smile. I come from a big family and have always loved kids.