PS4 NPL SA Round 12 Review

Adelaide City continue to sit on top of the ladder after defeating Campbelltown City 2-1 in Round 12 of PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia at Adelaide City Park.

Adelaide City v Campbelltown City

Anthony Costa and Nicolas Bucco provided the goals for the Black and Whites with Thomas Strain getting on the scoresheet for the visitors.

Adelaide City controlled the majority of the possession early on, while Campbelltown pressed high against the defensive line of the home side.

Campbelltown threatened first through an Anthony Ture corner that connected with the head of Dion Kirk in the ninth minute, but City goalkeeper Luke Ostbye saved the ball comfortably.

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Cumberland United v Adelaide Blue Eagles

Adelaide Blue Eagles stole the points like a thief in the night with a 2-0 victory over a determined but luckless Cumberland United at A.A Bailey Reserve.

In what was an eventful night, with lightening, and thunderstorms, Cumberland battled hard against their adversaries, but “Lady Luck” deserted them as they tried in vain to put a winning score on the board.

The Foxes dominated the opening half hour of the match, with their midfielders Johnny Moore, Chris Skull and Peirce Stephens prolific ball winners. They created numerous attacking assists for the speedy wingers Fortunato Filletti and Harley Gepp who were relishing their service.

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Adelaide Olympic v Adelaide United Youth

Adelaide United extinguished Adelaide Olympic’s flame, coming out on top in a massive 5-3 win in Round 12 of the PlayStation 4 National Premier League at The Parks Football Centre on Saturday night.

The Reds shined bright under the lights in an impeccable first half, to earn a 4-0 lead at the break, courtesy of a Ryan Strain penalty, and goals to Aladin Irabona, Jordan Maricic and Hamish McCabe.

However, the tides had turned in the second half when the match came down to the wire as Olympic fought hard to cut down United’s lead.

Adelaide Olympic ignited their spark, as Alex Koutoulogenis and Christos Pounendis fired two goals within minutes of the second stanza, and Tomas Maricic closed in on the deficit by just one goal.

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