Queensland’s players in the Matildas World Cup squad

Matildas madness: there’s nothing like being part of a group rising as one.Credit: Asanka Ratnayake

“This is my first FIFA Women’s World Cup and to be able to do it on home soil … is a dream come true,” Vine said.

“It might be something in the water, I don’t know what it is. There are a lot of Queenslanders in the squad, and I had the privilege to play with a lot of them at Brisbane Roar when I was younger.

The Matildas celebrate Cortnee Vine’s clutch penalty against France.

The Matildas celebrate Cortnee Vine’s clutch penalty against France.

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