Rhian Wilkinson

Rhian Wilkinson
Rhian Wilkinson
Rhian Wilkinson
Real Name: Rhian Wilkinson
HT: 5' 5"
Age: 37 (05/13/1982)
Hometown: Baie D’Urfe, Quebec, Canada

2015: Moved to the disabled list on Aug. 6, 2015 ... Made her Thorns FC debut, playing the second half in a 1-0 win against the Western New York Flash on April 18.

2014: Signed with the Laval Comets of the USL W-League, making four appearances for the club.

2013: Appeared in 14 matches (11 starts) with the Boston Breakers, recording two goals and an one assist.

2012: Led LSK Kvinner to the league title in the Norwegian Toppserien.

2010: Played for LSK Kvinner in Norway.

2009: Played Team Strommen (now LSK Kvinner) ... Came on as a second-half sub in pool play during Champions League pool play against Everton ... Helped guide Team Strommen to the Norway Cup Final.

2008: Guided Team Strommen to a second-place finish in the Toppserien and a spot in the Norway Cup final.

2003-05: Played for the Ottawa Fury of the USL W-League ... Won the league scoring title in 2005 with 13 goals ... Ranked tied for second in the league with 12 assists ... Named to the 2005 W-League Championship All-Tournament Team ... Named to the 2004 W-League Championship All-Tournament Team ... Selected to the 2003 W-League All-Star Team.

Has 166 international caps with the Canada Women’s National Team. 

2015: Named to her fourth FIFA Women’s World Cup roster for Canada she appeared in three matches at the 2015 tournament, starting two matches ... Started seven matches, guiding Canada to the final of the 2015 Cyprus Cup. 2014: Appeared in 10 matches (all starts) for Canada, logging 827 minutes ... Became the third player to record 150 caps for the Canada Women’s National Team, starting and playing 80 minutes against England in the Cyprus Cup ... Tallied a pair of assists in a 3-0 win against Finland at the Cyprus Cup. 

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