PS4 NPL Queensland Round 8 Review

Club records - both good and bad – came to a close in another pulsating weekend of PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland football in Round 8.

Sunshine Coast FC - 1
(own goal 40')
Moreton Bay United FC - 1
(Scott STEWART 77')

Match Report -

Scott Stewart atoned for an earlier own goal to salvage Moreton Bay United a 1-1 draw against Sunshine Coast FC at Sunshine Coast Stadium.

A grandstand finish saw both sides threaten late, however neither was able to break the deadlock – with Fire’s Paul Brownlie seeing a shot contentiously denied on the line for Fire in the closing stages.

The draw is the second of the season for both sides but extends Fire’s winless run to three straight matches.


Redlands United FC - 2
(Michael MCGOWAN 26', Tyler BRAYLEY-COMBE 89')
FNQ FC Heat - 0

Match Report -

FNQ Heat are undefeated no more after the league-leaders were shut-out by a resolute Redlands United 2-0 at Cleveland Showgrounds.

The result brings to an end a club record unbeaten streak for Heat in PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues.

For Redlands, the win is their fourth in a row and moves them to within one point of the Heat, who retain their place atop the league standings.


Brisbane Roar FC Youth – 6
(Jayden PRASAD 10’ 50’, Joseph CHAMPNESS 19’, Jesse DALEY 54’, Nicholas D’AGOSTINO 66’ 74’)
Northern Fury FC – 0

Match Report -

Doubles to Jayden Prasad and Nicholas D’Agostino have seen Brisbane Roar Youth storm to an emphatic 6-0 win over Northern Fury at Cleveland Showgrounds – the Townsville club’s worst ever league defeat.

The result is Fury’s largest losing margin in 78 matches in the PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues and furthers their club record run of defeats to eight matches.


Brisbane City FC – 1
(Antonio MURRAY 69’)
Gold Coast City FC – 1
(Benjamin LITFIN 66’)

Match Report -

Second half goals to Benjamin Litfin and Antonio Murray cancelled each other out as Brisbane City and Gold Coast City drew 1-1 at Corporate Travel Management Stadium.

The result marks a seventh straight match without defeat for Gold Coast City, who remain ahead of Brisbane City on goal difference in mid-table.

Both sides now face a quick turnaround ahead of their opening home ties in the Westfield FFA Cup midweek.


Western Pride FC - 0
Brisbane Strikers FC - 4
(Rhys MEREDITH 20', Fraser HILLS 51',  own goal 58', Trent CLULOW 75')

Match Report -

A three goal second half burst has seen Brisbane Strikers brush aside Western Pride 4-0 at Briggs Road Sports Complex.

The win is Strikers fifth in succession and marks a fourth straight clean sheet for the capital city club, cementing their hold on third in the table.

For Pride, the result marks a third straight loss and sees them languishing third from bottom in the standings.


Olympic FC – 3
(Liam O’BRYAN 69’, Matthew HEATH 83’, Ramone CLOSE 86’)
SWQ Thunder FC – 2
(Mustafa JAFARI 29’, 89’pen)

Match Report –

Three second half goals have seen Olympic FC end their five match losing streak – defeating SWQ Thunder 3-2 at Goodwin Park.

The win ends a club record losing streak for Olympic in the national second tier and moves them six points clear of bottom of the table Northern Fury.

For Thunder, the result sees them still searching for their first ever away win in the league.