PS4 NPL Queensland Round 6 Review

Due to the extreme weather, the majority of Round 6 in PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland was postponed with all of the on field action taking place up north.

Olympic doused by Heat

FNQ Heat FC have handed Olympic FC their first defeat of the 2017 season with a 1-0 victory at Endeavour Park on Saturday night.

The hosts were the first side this campaign to keep the previously undefeated Olmypic scoreless, recording their third victory of the season and thrusting themselves into the competition's top four.

Lorenzo Sipi had an early chance for the Heat but the hosts rarely troubled Olympic keeper Thomas Carroll from there on.

Andrew Coyne forced consecutive saves out of Kevin Ward close to half-time but the shotstopper denied Jordan Zabel partway through the second half.

The fixture appeared destined for a stalemate before Scott Sargent calmly slotted home the game's only goal in the dying stages of the second half.

The Heat now travel south to face Western Pride in search of a third victory on the trot while Olympic will be looking to bounce back with three consecutive home fixtures at Goodwin Park.

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Fury continue hot home streak

Northern Fury have kept their undefeated home record alive with a 2-1 victory over SWQ Thunder FC in Townsville on Saturday.

The Fury have won all three of their home fixtures this season while the Thunder are still in search of their maiden win of the campaign after six rounds.

Hamish Cassady opened the scoring for the hosts after 20 minutes, benefiting from a rasping long ball from Nicholas Figg.

The lead was doubled 15 minutes following a period of chaos which saw an original attempt saved onto the crossbar before Figg added a goal to his earlier assist.

The visitors cut the deficit to a goal with a tick under half-hour remaining as Bailey Sainsbury converted from a corner, scoring the first goal against the Fury on their home turf this season.

The Thunder were unable to rescue a point and the result sees them remain at the foot of the ladder while the Fury jump into the top half of the league.

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Due to the ongoing extreme weather event, Football Queensland postponed all PS4 NPL matches in South-East Queensland scheduled for Friday, 31 March and Saturday, 1 April.