PS4 NPL SA Finals Week 1 Review

Adelaide Blue Eagles progressed through to the second PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia Semi-Final after a 3-2 win over Adelaide Comets.

Adelaide Blue Eagles vs. Adelaide Comets

The home side came from behind to take the win, after a deflected shot from Jack Bladen gave Comets the lead.

Samuel Tesfagabr and Mattia Perrotti bagged goals in the space of 5 minutes to be a goal up at the half, with substitute Anthony Dimas adding a third late in the second.

Captain Evan Kostopoulos brought Comets back to within a goal with a well taken free-kick, but time was against the visitors as Blue Eagles held on to go through.

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West Torrens Birkalla vs. MetroStars

West Torrens Birkalla carved out a hard fought 1-0 win over a gallant MetroStars in their PlayStation 4 National Premier League South Australia Elimination Final at Adelaide Shores Football Centre.

A 9th minute Paul Radice goal is what separated the two sides after 90 minutes of pulsating football, with both sides having the opportunity to steal the game.

The tussle in the midfield was evenly balanced with neither side really capitalising on any ascendancies they may have manufactured during different stages of the contest.

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Campbelltown City vs. Adelaide City

Adelaide City has one foot in the Grand Final, but Campbelltown City hit the woodwork three times in a 2-0 result in the first leg of the PlayStation 4 National Premier League South Australia Major Semi Final at Steve Woodcock Sports Centre on Saturday.

The visitors went ahead through Nikola Mileusnic after only eight minutes and doubled the advantage just past the half hour mark with a Lewis Farquhar strike to grab an aggregate lead.

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