PS4 NPL WA Round 4 Review

Stirling Lions put Cockburn City to the sword in their PlayStation 4 NPL WA clash at Dalmatinac Park on Sunday, romping to a 7-2 victory over the hosts.

David Micevski and Teeboy Kamara both scored twice as Stirling broke a two-game losing streak in emphatic style.

It was the second time in four matches that Stirling had put seven past an opponent - having opened their season with a 7-1 drubbing of Subiaco - and Lions coach Rob Milevski was impressed with his side’s attacking display.

“We had a tough game against Bayswater (in Round Two), and I thought we were a bit flat against Perth last week, so we just upped the intensity in training and focused a bit more on the attacking third,” he said.

“I thought we caused them a lot of trouble out wide today, and Teeboy and Dave (Micevski) combined really well…I thought we were great going forward, and really good in the middle of the park.”

Perth Soccer Club maintained their 100 percent start to the season with a come-from-behind 2-1 win against ECU Joondalup at ECU Joondalup Football Stadium.

Inglewood United also extended their perfect start with a sensational 2-0 win against defending champions Bayswater City.

Armadale broke a three-game losing streak and picked up their first three points with a comfortable 3-1 win against Balcatta at Grindleford Reserve.

Sorrento’s Ryan Pearson coolly converted a late penalty to secure a 1-0 victory over Perth Glory at Ashfield Arena.

Floreat Athena easily overcame a transitional Subiaco side 5-0 in a one-sided affair at E&D Litis Stadium.

Click on the links below for a match report on each game:

Cockburn City 2-7 Stirling Lions

ECU Joondalup 1-2 Perth SC

Balcatta 1-3 Armadale

Bayswater City 0-2 Inglewood United

Perth Glory 0-1 Sorrento

Floreat Athena 5-0 Subiaco