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  1. Hace 2 días · By Emma Burke 19/2/24 Matildas defender Clare Polkinghorne has spoken to the media ahead of their final qualification games for the Paris Olympics later this year. Polkinghorne spoke on the team’s preparation for facing Uzbekistan in Tashkent later this week, the return of some very familiar faces to the squad, and what she and the…

  2. 1 de ago. de 2023 · In 2019, Clare lost her father, and the player’s life hasn’t been the same ever since. Clare Polkinghorne With Her Parents (Source: Instagram) In a letter she wrote to her father before the tragedy, she thanked him for all the love and support he gave her. As a child, Clare used to play cricket with her father and brothers in their backyard.

  3. 18 de ago. de 2023 · Is Clare Polkinghorne Gay: Since joining the Brisbane Roar in December 2020, the Australian football phenomenon Clare Polkinghorne has been synonymous with excellence.Her athletic prowess has made her a ubiquitous name worldwide, not just in Australia. Beyond her football accomplishments, however, there is growing interest in her personal life, particularly her sexual orientation.

  4. Clare Polkinghorne: Football, Women (Olympic) Australia: 4: Special Notes. Listed in Olympians Who Participated in the 2016 Olympic Football Qualification Campaign (women) (5 App. - 1 goal - 360 min. played: AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Japan: JPN 3:1, VIE 9:0, KOR 2:0, PRK 2:1, CHN 1:1)

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  6. Check out the latest domestic and international stats, match logs, goals, height, weight and more for Clare Polkinghorne playing for Australia women's national team, Brisbane Roar FC and Vittsjö GIK in the Women's World Cup, A-League Women and AFC Women's Asian Cup

  7. Representing Australia at the FIFA Women’s World Cup has always been the dream of Westfield Matildas defender Clare Polkinghorne. Polkinghorne, 30, is about to fulfil that lifelong ambition yet again when she makes her fourth appearance at the tournament in France 2019. Despite being a veteran of the national team – part of Australia’s first World Cup win over Ghana in 2007 - the feeling ...