Shannon May and Adam Taggart joined the 100 club, while a Sky Blue netted a goal on debut and a Socceroo scored his first A-League goal. Check out the latest milestones and player achievements in this week’s #MilestoneMonday.

A foundation member of the Glory, Shannon May has been an ever-present in Perth’s purple. She’s now collected 100 caps at the one club, a huge achievement for any player in the W-League or A-League competitions.

To demonstrate her longevity, May was awarded the team’s Most Glorious Player award  in December 2009 and nearly a decade later she has finally reached 100 caps for Glory.

At just 27 years of age, May has made a career for herself on and off the pitch, becoming an award-winning school teacher at Kensington Primary School, while featuring across 10 seasons in the W-League.

A foundation player, the midfielder has been a quiet achiever throughout her time in the domestic competition, but now she can celebrate the incredible achievement of 100 appearances in the W-League.

A former product of Perth Glory, Adam Taggart made his 100thappearance in the A-League for Brisbane Roar on Friday, marking the milestone with a goal from the penalty spot to take his tally this season to six in eight matches.

Taggart made his senior debut back in 2011 against Melbourne Heart for Perth, scoring his first A-League goal against Gold Coast United.

Since then, Taggart has tallied 45 goals across his 100 appearances in seven seasons in the A-League.

On Saturday night, as Sydney FC continued its dominance in the Sydney Derby with a 3-1 win over the Wanderers, intrigue surrounded all three of the Sky Blues’ goals.

Alex Brosque – considered the encounter’s most likely scorer given his form in the fixture, extended his record as the Sydney Derby’s top goal scorer with another goal against the Wanderers. Brosque now has five goals in the Sydney Derby fixture to his name, scoring Sydney’s opener on Saturday night.

The second came from a less likely source as Siem de Jong scored his first A-League goal for Sydney, after recently returning from his pre-season hamstring injury.

The Dutch midfielder scored in Sydney’s 3-0 win over the Wanderers in the FFA Cup, before succumbing to a hamstring injury in the same match, so has now scored two goals for the Sky Blues – both against the same opposition in two different competitions.

Sydney’s sealer came from the unlikeliest source. Jacob Tratt, on his Sydney FC debut no less, came on as a second half substitute and scored just 15 minutes after taking the field with a thumping header from Brandon O’Neill’s low and flat corner. It was the nail in the coffin for the Wanderers, but the perfect start to life as a Sky Blue for Tratt.

In the W-League, there were also a number of first goals for Sydney FC players. American imports Sofia Heurta and Danielle Colaprico scored their first goals for their club in a 5-2 smashing of Adelaide United.

In response, fellow American Veronica Latsko scored a double for United, taking her to the top of the W-League’s goal scoring charts with six goals in six games.

Jason Davidson also scored his first A-League goal since his return to Australia, scoring Perth’s second goal in a 2-0 win over Newcastle Jets.