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UNITED STATES NWSL WOMEN'S LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Spirit 7 5 7 26
7 Dash 7 4 9 25
8 Sky Blue 4 4 13 16
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Dash confirm Polkinghorne's exit for 'family reasons'

Reign FC came back from a goal down to force a 1-1 draw with Sky Blue FC at Red Bull Arena.
NWSL: Elizabeth Eddy (36') Sky Blue FC 1-0 Reign FC
NWSL: Crystal Dunn (4') Portland Thorns 0-1 North Carolina Courage
NWSL: Rosie White (21') Houston Dash 0-1 Reign FC
Kristen Hamilton and Jessica McDonald led the way for the Courage, securing a 2-1 win over Utah on the road.
NWSL: Jessica McDonald (54') Utah Royals FC 1-2 North Carolina Courage
NWSL: Christen Press (13') Utah Royals 1-0 North Carolina Courage
Matildas captain and star striker Sam Kerr sits down with ESPN to share her journey from Aussie rules to soccer and what coming home to Perth truly means.

Matildas defender Clare Polkinghorne's stint with American club Houston Dash is over with the veteran returning to Australia for personal reasons.

The Dash announced on Thursday that the 30-year-old had been granted an immediate release due to "personal family reasons."

Capped 118 times by Australia, Polkinghorne has been with the National Women's Soccer League club since June 2018 and has been an ever-present this season either side of this year's Women's World Cup in France.

Clare Polkinghorne
Clare Polkinghorne's stint with American club Houston Dash is over with the veteran returning to Australia for personal reasons.

Polkinghorne leaves...

Australia international Kyah Simon eyes World Cup spot on Houston Dash return

It's been a dark journey, but crocked Matildas star Kyah Simon can see the light at the end of her injury recovery tunnel.

The forward's World Cup dream goes on the line next month when she makes her return from ankle surgery, which has kept her sidelined since January.

Simon flies to the United States on April 9 ahead of making her return to action in the NWSL with Houston Dash.

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