PS4 NPL South Australia Review: Round 26

West Adelaide relinquished a two-goal lead but it was enough to be crowned Premiers of PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia after a thrilling 2-2 draw with Adelaide Comets in Round 26 at SA Athletics Stadium.

Adelaide Comets 2

West Adelaide 2

Mitch Nicholson netted one of the goals of the season to put West Adelaide in command and Ricardo da Silva doubled the advantage with 20 minutes remaining. However, Evan Kostopoulos halved the deficit from a free kick and Samuel Tesfagabr equalised in a rousing three minute spell.

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Campbelltown City 3

South Adelaide 1

Campbelltown City enters finals in red hot form after defeating South Adelaide 3-1 at Steve Woodcock Spots Centre in Round 26 of the PlayStation 4 National Premier League South Australia.

City looked in ominous touch from the start and showed discipline and patience to break down an in form South Adelaide who looked to press high up the pitch.

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Port Adelaide Pirates 1

Adelaide Blue Eagles 1

Port Adelaide Pirates live to fight another day after a dramatic 1-1 draw against Adelaide Blue Eagles in Round 26 of the PlayStation4 National Premier League South Australia at Pirate Park last Saturday. 

Scott Parkinson’s injury time equaliser sent the Pirates’ faithful into ecstasy and into a play-off battle with a yet to be decided state league opponent, after Marco Balsamo handed the Blue Eagles the lead shortly after the half time break.

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Raiders 1

Adelaide City 3

Raiders managed to ensure their survival on the final day of the PlayStation 4 National Premier League South Australia, despite a 3-1 loss to Adelaide City.

Lewis Farquhar opened the scoring for the visitors five minutes in after he was played through by Marco Mittiga, beating his defender for pace and easily finishing around the on-rushing Deale Chamberlain.

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