One club will get its first taste of PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Grand Final glory after Brisbane Strikers and Moreton Bay United both won through to the big dance.
Brisbane Strikers progressed to their first PlayStation® 4 NPL Queensland Grand Final after defeating Redlands United 2-1 in extra time at Perry Park on Saturday night.
Strikers were forced to fight from a goal down before ultimately securing the win in the 101st winner courtesy of defender Chris Maher’s maiden PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland goal.
Earlier Lyndon Dykes edged the Red Devils ahead late in the first half before Strikers forced extra time via a penalty from Scot Coulson with thirteen minutes remaining.
The result marks the first time Strikers have defeated Redlands in PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland this season.
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In the other Semi Final, two goals in the final minutes secured Moreton Bay United a maiden PlayStation® 4 NPL Queensland Grand Final berth following a 3-1 win over Olympic FC at Wolter Park on Saturday night.
A pair of late strikes from Joseph Champness and Royce Brownlie dramatically wrapped up the win for the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland 2015 Premiers in the dying stages of a hard-fought Semi Final contest.
The scores were locked at a goal apiece prior to the Jets’ match-winning surge, with Jackson Hall’s second half opener cancelled out by Olympic Strikers Tim Smits with a quarter hour remaining.
The result means Olympic miss out on the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Grand Final for the first time - the club contesting the previous two instalments of the end-of-season showpiece.Click here for the full match report.