Midfielder Katrina-Lee Gorry
- Height 154cm
- Weight 54kg
- D.O.B. 13/8/92
Debut: Friendly v Japan on 11 July 2012 in Tokyo
Clubs played for: Mount Gravatt, Melbourne Victory, Adelaide United, Ottawa Fury, Brisbane Roar, Kansas City, Vegalta Sendai, Utah Royals
Her 2018 so far:
Gorry has been as busy as any Australian this year.
In less than six months she has gone from lifting silverware with Brisbane Roar to shouldering heavy responsibility at a major international tournament to filling an integral role at a new club.
Her two goals on the way to the Premiers Plate with Roar at the start of the year earned the dynamic midfielder a deal with Utah Royals of the NWSL.
She has already become entrenched in the club's midfield in what is her second spell in the United States, having previously turned out for Kansas City in 2014.
Eight international appearances across the Algarve Cup and AFC Women's Asian Cup between club duties surprisingly failed to yield a goal, but the trend seems unlikely to last.
Tournament of Nations 2018
NWSL weekend preview: ultimate test awaits for Kennedy, van Egmond
The race for the National Women’s Soccer League play-offs is going right down to the wire. And with only a handful of regular season fixtures left for our Westfield Matildas, this weekend looms as a potentially decisive one for those with finals aspirations. READ: Raso take
NWSL Preview: Crucial weekend for top four hopefuls
Fresh from the Tournament of Nations, it’s straight back into the swing of things for the Westfield Matildas in the NWSL. For some of our Westfield Matildas, there’s just a three-day turnaround before they’re back into some big matches at the season’s pointy end. Hayley Ras
The call that convinced Katrina Gorry to tear up club plans
Westfield Matildas gun Katrina Gorry has revealed how one phone call convinced her to gamble on an unknown adventure and completely reshape her Tournament of Nations preparations. On the back of her involvement at the AFC Women's Asian Cup, Gorry has emerged as a key figure fo
Westfield Matildas squad: Midfielders
Alen Stajcic has finalised a 21-player squad brimming with top-quality midfield options for the Westfield Matildas' defence of their Tournament of Nations title. Much of the group has become well known to fans over the course of recent years. Here’s a look at all six midfie
NWSL wrap: Williams' shutout, Kerr stars for Chicago
A setback for a couple of Westfield Matildas in the battle for top spot but there was better news for the likes of Lydia Williams, Katrina Gorry and Sam Kerr on an action-packed weekend in the National Women's Soccer League in the US. There was an Aussie v Aussie battle in Sea
The unheralded Westfield Matildas star topping the NWSL charts
The Aussie contingent in the NWSL are once again proving to be real forces and there are more chances for our Westfield Matildas to shine with four games to come on Sunday and Monday morning (AEST). We've already had Ellie Carpenter break multiple records – becoming the younge
NWSL Preview: Three Aussies in clash to shape play-off race
There are two all-Aussie clashes in another exciting weekend of National Women’s Soccer League action in the US. With a total of 10 Westfield Matildas stars playing in the NWSL, Lydia Williams and Steph Catley will take on Sam Kerr, while Katrina Gorry’s side will be in action
NWSL Preview: Five Westfield Matildas set for midweek action
Bragging rights will be on the line for five Westfield Matildas when the National Women's Soccer League continues on Thursday morning (AEST). Kyah Simon and the Houston Dash host Ellie Carpenter's Portland Thorns at 10am (AEST), looking to build on their first win of the seaso
Japan 'fearing' Westfield Matildas: Gorry
Westfield Matildas midfielder Katrina Gorry believes Australia's history with Japan has sparked a ‘fire in the belly’ of her side ahead of their crucial Asian Cup clash on Friday night (AEST). Gorry has played in some of the country’s biggest matches against Japan, including
Westfield Matildas growing to become world’s best: Gorry
Katrina Gorry says the Westfield Matildas are embracing the favourites tag for the upcoming AFC Women’s Asian Cup as they continue their quest to be the best team in the world. After an incredible string of results last year, the Westfield Matildas reached an all-time high ran
Gorry vows 'fear' factor ahead of Asian Cup
Midfielder Katrina Gorry believes the upcoming Algarve Cup gives the Westfield Matildas an opportunity to strike ‘fear’ into their fellow AFC nations ahead of April’s Asian Cup in Jordan. Australia have been pitted in Group A alongside Norway, hosts Portugal and China for the