PS4 NPL SA Round 16 Review

It took some Tommy Strain magic and a solid work rate for Campbelltown City to secure a 3-2 win over West Adelaide in their PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia encounter.

Adelaide Olympic v Adelaide Comets

Adelaide Comets returned to winning ways with a 4-2 success over Adelaide Olympic in Round 16 of the PlayStation 4 National Premier League South Australia at Elite Systems Football Centre on Sunday.

Andreas Wiens opened the scoring just prior to the half-hour mark, with Theo Balomenos doubling Comets’ advantage. Ionnis Simosis reduced the deficit before the break, only for Wiens to net his second.

Fausto Erba pulled a goal back to set up a dramatic finish, but Davide Zerillo added the icing on the cake in injury time. Chris Pepe saw red late on for a second bookable offence.

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Campbelltown City v West Adelaide

West Adelaide toiled throughout the match to stay in touch with Campbelltown, but they couldn’t break the solid structures put in place by Campbelltown’s coach Joe Mullen. Campbelltown had total control through the midfield, especially in the first thirty minutes where they stamped their authority on the game.

Campbelltown opened the contest on a full press forward, and the attacking game mode paid immediate results when in the third minute Vasilis Parhas sent a long ball forward to Tommy Strain who brilliantly chipped the keeper from the edge of the eighteen-yard box for the opening goal.

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MetroStars v Adelaide Blue Eagles

MetroStars further strengthened their top six aspirations with a last-gasp 2-1 win over Adelaide Blue Eagles in Round 16 of the PlayStation4 National Premier Leagues South Australia at Marden Sports Complex on Saturday.

Adam Van Dommele handed the visitors the lead halfway through the second half with Fortunato Filletti providing an equaliser for the Blue Eagles two minutes before full time. However, Jonathan Negus scored for the MetroStars moments before the final whistle. 

In a physical encounter, where most of the action took place in midfield, there were few genuine scoring opportunities for either side.

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