PS4 NPL SA Round 12 Review

Adelaide Olympic scored in the last minute of injury time to claim a pulsating 3-3 draw with West Adelaide in Round 12 of PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia.

Adelaide Olympic v West Adelaide

John Karatzas gave West a half-time lead, after which the game exploded. Christopher Mara and Fausto Erba turned it around with two goals in four minutes, only for Tom Briscoe and Hikaru Tanaka to restore West’s lead.

Olympic’s Shigeyuki Sogo equalised in dramatic fashion with almost the last kick of the game.

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Croydon Kings v Adelaide City

In an intriguing encounter between two sides with different causes, Croydon Kings seeking to clear the relegation zone and Adelaide City looking to stay adrift at the top of the ladder, it took a 92nd minute Adelaide City goal to separate the two sides in the Round 12 fixture of the PlayStation 4 National Premier League South Australia.

The match was played like an old fashioned arm wrestle. The first ten minutes of the first half was an even tussle as the ball moved up and down the park with no real threat by either team.

Adelaide City got into gear after a quarter of an hour of play, when Nicholas Bucco, Jordan Pudler, and Thomas Love began to find plenty of the ball. The service the trio were providing Nicola Mileusnic, and Mamadi Kamara on the wings was putting immense pressure on the Croydon defenders.

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Adelaide Comets v MetroStars

Adelaide Comets fell to a heavy 4-1 loss at home to a resurgent MetroStars in Round 12 of the PlayStation4 National Premier Leagues South Australia last Saturday. 

Michael D’Alosio and Adam Van Dommele scored in the first half, with Doni Pollock and Stefan Semic adding their names to the tally in the second half. 

Comets captain Evan Kostopoulos scored a late consolation for the home side.

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Campbelltown City v Adelaide Blue Eagles

Campbelltown City gave themselves a 5 point buffer after a 1-0 win over third placed Birkalla at the Steve Woodcock Sports Centre on Saturday.

A lone goal from Campbelltown Captain Iain Fyfe sealed the three points in what was a tense game of end-to-end football.

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