PS4 NPL Queensland Round 11 Review

Brisbane City secured a solid 3-0 win over Sunshine Coast FC at Kawana in a rain affected Round 11 of PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland.

City cruise against lowly Fire

Dominating the first half, it would be the visitors who struck first, with Carter Glockner finishing well from 12 yards out.

The Fire would spurn a golden opportunity following Bon Scott’s failed clearance, and this would come back to haunt them, as Samuel Sibatuara slotted home under the legs of Kevin Downes to double the lead before half time.

Simon Biel would score late on to seal the result for City, who move to within three points of leaders Gold Coast City and only trail second placed Brisbane Strikers on goal difference.

Sunshine Coast, however, continue their barren run at the bottom of the table, still yet to win a game this season as they travel to Redlands United next week.

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GCC hold Jets on the coast

Gold Coast City and Moreton Bay United Jets have scrapped to a 1-1 draw at Palm Beach on Saturday night.

In what was a feisty encounter, with both sides picking up multiple yellow cards, the hosts would deliver the first real chance, with the ball cleared off the line from Eoghan Murphy’s effort just 10 minutes in.

Shortly after, however, the Jets would strike, with Riley Campbell slotting home from a great Moreton Bay set piece.

Just minutes after half time the game would be turned on its head, with Jets’ Stephen Green – barely on the field for two minutes – receiving a straight red card for a hard tackle on Jaiden Walker.

Gold Coast would take advantage soon after, with Sam Smith heading home to level the scores.

The vital point sees ladder leaders Gold Coast take a four point lead over the Brisbane Strikers, who are still yet to play due to postponed fixtures. City entertain FNQFC Heat next weekend looking to keep their lead at the top intact.

Moreton Bay’s point sees them jump into fifth ahead of Brisbane City who play their game on Sunday. The Jets will travel north to take on the Fury next weekend with the top four firmly in their sights.

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Young Roar stride to 3-0 victory

Brisbane Roar FC have secured a much needed 3-0 win over Redlands United at Cleveland Showgrounds on Sunday night. 

Roar dominated from the outset, with two quick goals to Nathan Yoon and Finn Beakhurst pushing the visitors to a comfortable lead over Redlands. 

Despite a flurry of chances in the second half, Redlands were unable to convert, and Rahmat Akbari's strike put the game beyond doubt.

Roar host Brisbane Olympic next weekend, eager to build on tonight's impressive win, while Redlands play Sunshine Coast at home.

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Several PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland matches have been postponed due to ongoing wet weather.

Postponements so far include:

  • ALL games scheduled to be played at Perry Park (on both Saturday, 20 May and Sunday, 21 May) have been postponed (Brisbane Strikers vs Brisbane Olympic Men will be played on Tuesday, 23 May at 7pm).
  • Redlands United vs Brisbane Roar Youth at Cleveland Showgrounds (postponed until 2pm Sunday, 21 May).
  • Northern Fury vs Western Pride at Brolga Park (postponed until 7pm Saturday, 22 July).
  • Brisbane Olympic Women vs Gold Coast City Women at Goodwin Park (will be rescheduled at a later date).

Football Queensland will announce any further postponements as they arise.