Larissa Crummer netted her third goal in five games as Brann won 3-0 over Avaldsnes in the Norwegian Toppserien on Sunday.
Crummer tapped home from close range in the 88th minute of the victory, coming on the day prior to her being named in the provisional 29-member Matildas squad for the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
The 27-year-old forward, who scored a brace against Roa last month, routinely finished after excellent work on the right side of the box by Karoline Haugland.
In a welcome boost, Emily van Egmond played for the first time April due to a back injury as San Diego Wave lost 2-1 at home to Angel City in USA’s NWSL.
Van Egmond, who played four NWSL games earlier in the season, was an 83rd minute substitute for San Diego.
The midfielder was named in the 29-member Matildas squad for the 2023 Women’s World Cup on Monday.
Not the result we wanted but glad to be back 🏼🌊 https://t.co/kstT9qr0MN
— Emily Van Egmond (@Em_surf) June 18, 2023
Teagan Micah returned to the Rosengard starting line-up and played the full 90 minutes in a 5-2 home win over Uppsala in the Swedish Damallsvenskan on Monday.
Micah also started in Rosengard’s midweek game, marking her first appearances for the club since December when she suffered a nasty head injury which left her battling concussion symptoms for six months.
Charlotte Grant netted a late equalizer as Vittsjo drew 1-1 at Brommapojkarna on Monday. Grant, who played a full game, scored in the 86th minute with a centimetre-perfect header from a cross which went in off the upright. Katrina Gorry also played the full game. Watch the goal here
Kyra Cooney-Cross put in a full shift as Hammarby edged Orebro 1-0, while Aivi Luik played a full game in Hacken’s 0-0 draw at Kristianstad. Chelsie Dawber was an unused sub s Norrkoping won 3-2 at Vaxjo.