PS4 Victory League Review: Round 4

Round 4 featured two 6-0 results as Hobart JEEP Zebras and Olympia FC Warriors flexed their muscles in Tasmania's PlayStation 4 Victory League.

Zebras exploit chinks in Knights’ armour

The Hobart JEEP Zebras have cemented their spot at the top of the PS4 Victory League ladder with a 6-0 win over the Glenorchy Knights in a top of the table clash at KGV on Friday night.

Zebras controlled much of the first half, with Knights struggling to sustain possession. Kurt Engels opened the scoring for Zebras after 11 minutes with a header from a corner, and Adam McKeown made it 2-0 with a delicate chip from 10 yards out. Engels added another before half time, and his side went into the break with a comfortable 3-0 lead.

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Warriors smash six past toothless Lions

Olympia FC Warriors have made a statement, thumping Kingborough Lions 6-0 at Warrior Park today.

It was a dog of the day for Kingborough Lions, with Olympia FC Warriors dominating the contest from start to finish.

The ball was stuck in Kingborough’s defensive third for the majority of the opening half, with Olympia’s pace moving forward exposing the Lions defence.

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Strikers score first win as Valley Road hoodoo continues for Rangers

The Devonport Strikers lifted themselves off the bottom rung of the ladder with a hard fought 1-0 win over rivals Northern Rangers in the PS4 Victory League at Valley Road yesterday.

Adam Edwards almost put Rangers in front in the opening minutes but his shot went harmlessly wide.

Rangers continued to look threatening through Edwards, Nick Lanau-Atkinson and Schalde Anderson but a well marshalled defence led by Bradley Chilcott continually snuffed out chance after chance.

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City startle wasteful South

Launceston City showed they are a vastly different team to previous years, pushing reigning champions South Hobart all the way before succumbing 3-2 in the Playstation 4 Victory League on Sunday.

Playing away from home at Darcy Street, City displayed tenacity and organisation rarely seen in past seasons.

South Hobart got off to a lightening start, scoring through Harrison Thomas after just five minutes, and it seemed that Launceston were in for a long day.

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