PS4 NPL Capital Football Round 3 Review

The FFA Centre of Excellence continued their strong start to the season on Sunday with a thumping 5-0 win over Monaro Panthers.

FFA Centre of Excellence 5 (Muratovic 6’, Bafford 10’, Mavros 37’, 41’, Trewin 31’) def. Monaro Panthers 0

Mirza Muratovic got the youngsters off to the perfect start as he scored after just six minutes, before Bryce Bafford netted from the penalty spot four minutes later.

Woden-Weston FC 2 (Yinka-Kehinde 70’, 90+5’) drew. Riverina Rhinos 2 (Donadel 3’, 64’)

Woden-Weston produced a thrilling come from behind victory on Saturday as both they and the Riverina Rhinos picked up their first points of the 2017 season. The Rhinos jumped out to the perfect start at Woden Park when Jacob Donadel scored after just four minutes. The Rhinos went into half-time a goal to the good and doubled their advantage nine minutes into the second half through Ally MacLeod’s strike.

Belconnen United 2 (Beaton 59’, Ugrinic 90+3’)def. by Canberra FC 4 (Giampaolo 44’, Kresic 45+2, James 69’, 88’)

A dominant Canberra FC continued their perfect start to season 2017 with a stirring win at McKellar Park on Saturday evening. After a strong start from both sides, the visitors were pushed onto the back foot in the 22ndminute when Ian Graham was dismissed from the field.

Gungahlin United 1 (Doherty (OG) 38’) def. Tuggeranong United 0

A solitary own-goal from Tuggeranong United was enough to give Gungahlin United their second win of the PS4 National Premier League season on Sunday. In a very even contest, Cameron Doherty’s touch into his own net after 38 minutes separated the two side, after Aisosa Ihegie struck the crossbar for Tuggies on the half-hour mark.

Tigers FC 1 (Abot 85’) def. by Canberra Olympic 7 (Own Goal 10’, Colbertaldo 32’, Domenici 53’,78’, Habtemariam 76’, 87’, Tsekenis 89’)

Canberra Olympic got back to winning ways on Sunday as a dominant performance in Cooma saw them run out 7-1 winners over Tigers FC. An early own goal put Tigers on the back foot after just 10 minutes, before Daniel Colbertaldo’s long-range rocket doubled the advantage for the visitors heading into the break.

CLICK HERE for a full review of Round 3.