Para Hills and Campbelltown out to secure first win

After an exciting opening round, nine teams will be aiming to secure their first wins in Round 2 of PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia.

Adelaide City v White City

Adelaide City and White City meet tonight (Friday) at Adelaide City Park in Round 2 of the PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues.

Both teams played tough games to start off the season and despite neither starting as planned, both teams are hoping to make a difference at tomorrow’s night match.

Round 1 kicked off last week with Adelaide City playing a hard-hitting game against Adelaide Blue Eagles, going down 4-1 in front of a home crowd.

White City played an exciting game against rival team Raiders at the Croatian Sports Centre in Round 1, finishing with a 2-all draw.

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West Adelaide v West Torrens Birkalla

West Adelaide will be aiming for their first win of the campaign when they host opening round victors West Torrens Birkalla in Round 2 of the South Australia PlayStation4 National Premier League at Adelaide Shores Football Centre tonight. 

West Adelaide started their 2015 campaign with a 0-0 draw away to Campbelltown City last Sunday. 

West Torrens Birkalla started the new season in emphatic fashion as they downed South Adelaide 4-1. Jordan Watson led the way last Sunday with a hat-trick.

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Port Adelaide Pirates v Croydon Kings

Round 2 of the South Australia National Premier League sees Pirates host Croydon Kings. This game will be on from the first kick with the reigning champs up against a newly promoted team looking to impress.

Round 1 saw Pirates enjoy a dream start to the season with a hard earned 3-1 victory over Modbury Jets while Crodyon Kings prevailed in a 2-1 win against MetroStars.

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Para Hills Knights v Campbelltown City

Para Hills Knights play hosts to Campbelltown City on Monday night as both teams look to bounce back from a disappointing opening round of the South Australian Playstation4 National Premier League.

A deflected goal was enough for Para Hills to go down 1-0 to a 10 man Adelaide Comets side, while Campbelltown played out a nil all draw in a fiery contest against West Adelaide.

The two sides met twice last season in the National Premier League with the final scores very much chalk and cheese.

Campbelltown took the first contest with ease in a 5-1 thumping, but Para Hills managed to turn it around to take the replay 2-0.

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The other Round 2 matches see Adelaide Blue Eagles at home to Modbury Jets at Marden Sports Complex on Thursday 19 February (Kick-Off 7.30pm), South Adelaide heading north on Saturday 21 February to take on Raiders at the Croatian Sports Centre (Kick-Off 6pm local), before the round concludes with MetroStars against Adelaide Comets at TK Shutter Reserve on Monday 23 February (Kick-Off 7.30pm local).