PS4 NPL Victoria Review: Round 22

A dominant first half set the scene for a convincing Port Melbourne Sharks victory over Werribee City on Sunday afternoon at Galvin Park.

Avondale cruises to win over Thunder

Avondale Heights has defeated bottom-of-the-ladder Dandenong Thunder in difficult and slippery conditions at George Andrews Reserve.

With both teams struggling to maintain possession for extended periods, it was the simplified forward structuring of Avondale which overran the stunted press of Dandenong.

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McCormick magic leads Greens to win

Bentleigh Greens has put its recent form slump behind it to record a 2-1 victory over Pascoe Vale in a passionate encounter at Kingston Heath Soccer Complex on Friday Night.

A first half belter from Liam McCormick was cancelled out by a Matthew Lazarides goal in the second half before Ryan de Vries popped up with a 64th minute winner. 

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Warriors make it two in a row

North Geelong Warriors made it two wins on the trot, following what could well be a season defining 1-0 victory over Northcote City at Elcho Park on Saturday.

The win - only the side's second at home this season and scored courtesy of a 72nd minute goal by Michael Anderson - has thrust the Warriors into third-last spot on the ladder.

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Gully stuns Knights with superb comeback

Green Gully completed a stunning four-goal second-half comeback to defeat Melbourne Knights 4-2 at Green Gully Reserve on Saturday afternoon.  

The visitors were ahead at the half time break, thanks to two goals in 10 minutes from Stipo Andrijasevic.

However, Gully came out firing in the second half and goals to Simon Tolli and Evan Christodoulou, as well as a brace to Liam Boland saw the home side pick up all three points.

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Sharks dominate in convincing victory

With the hosts in desperate need of a victory in order to climb out of the relegation zone, it was Port Melbourne who was completely dominant in the opening exchanges. 

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Heidelberg signals title intentions with big win

Heidelberg United was simply too strong for mid-table Oakleigh Cannons as it ran out a 4-1 winner on Sunday evening at Olympic Park.

Despite going behind early thanks to a Mirjan Pavlovic goal, a brace from Reuben Way and goals from Kenny Athiu and Dan Heffernan were enough to see Heidelberg earn the three points.

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Hume City dishes out Bees thrashing

Hume City stormed home in the second half to punish Werribee City 4-0 at ABD Stadium on Wednesday night. 

It took Hume almost an hour to open the scoring through Theo Markelis, but it was a one-sided affair from there on as Nick Hegarty, Jai Ingham and Markelis with his second goal notched a big win for the home side. 

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