PS4 NPL SA Round 13 Review

A last minute header by Adelaide City’s elusive striker Nicola Miluesnic was what it took to separate City from old foe West Adelaide in Round 13 of PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia.

West Adelaide v Adelaide City

When the game was up for grabs late in the second half it was City who took the initiative to grab three vital points that sees them retain top spot on the League ladder.

The game had some analogies like an old fashioned poker game. Damian Mori (City Coach) deciding to keep his aces, Nicholas Bucco and Thomas Love up his sleeve (on the bench), while Paul Pezos (West Adelaide Coach) was happy to raise the stakes on the pitch.

In windy conditions the game opened with two goals in the first five minutes. The first a goal from Anthony Costa in the second minute, gave City the lead. But four minutes later a Tommy Briscoe strike levelled the score.

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South Adelaide v Campbelltown City

Campbelltown City continued its charge with a 3-1 success against South Adelaide in Round 13 of the PlayStation 4 National Premier League South Australia at O’Sullivan Beach Sports Complex on Saturday.

Captain Iain Fyfe led with a first-half double, netting either side of Jonathon Rideout’s goal. The Red Devils sealed the points when Kento Hara added a third shortly after half-time.

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MetroStars v Raiders

In what was an open, end to end contest, both sides battled hard for the all-important three points but didn’t take their chances when presented.

However, young gun Stefan Simic popped up with the pivotal goal shortly before half time to ensure the Klemzig club's impressive turn around in form continued.

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