PlayStation® 4 NPL Capital Football reaches Round 9 with plenty to play for as the race for the finals places begins in earnest.
Having reached the halfway stage of the campaign most teams have found their level and with matches being closely fought across the board there is high anticipation that the latest group of fixtures will provide some entertaining contests.
We begin on Saturday evening with what promises to be an enthralling clash at McKellar Park as Belconnen United welcomes the FFA Centre of Excellence. Both teams have thrilled crowds this season with some high quality football and with the Blue Devils in with a genuine chance of taking the title this game should hit the heights. Indeed, the quality of play emanating from the Belconnen camp has seen their supporters filled with belief that they have a great chance of silverware in 2016.
On Sunday afternoon Canberra FC meets CU Academy at Deakin Stadium knowing that a win would keep up their challenge for the championship crown. It’s been a strange season for Canberra FC so far with the normally free-flowing side struggling for momentum and, strangely, finding goals hard to come by. In fact it took them nearly forty minutes to break down Capital League Narrabundah in the Westfield FFA Cup last week and, plagued as they are with injuries, the Academy may sense an upset.
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Saturday 28th May
Belconnen United v FFA COE (McKellar Park, 17:30)
Sunday 29th May
Canberra FC v CU Academy (Deakin Stadium, 15:00)
Gungahlin United v Woden-Weston FC (Gungahlin Enclosed, 15:00)
Tuggeranong United v Tigers FC (Kambah 2, 15:00)
Canberra Olympic v Monaro Panthers (O’Connor Enclosed, 15:00)