April 13th + 14th Results + Match Of The Round

NPL 1

Match of the Round

Wolves and Rangers played out a very tough 1-1 draw in a game which the visitors almost stole all 3 points in.

If not for a late, dubious penalty that very well may have been the case as the Wolves struggled to convert their chances. A tidy finish from Alex
Boyadjian for the visitors looked to be enough to secure the win however a late penalty conversion by James was enough to continue his sides unbeaten start to the season as well as extend his goal tally to 6 in 5 matches.

NPL 2

Match of the Round

Bonnyrigg and Central Coast played out a tense 1-1 draw in a game the home side really should have won if it wasn’t for a late goal by Dylan Ruiz-Diaz in the 82nd minute.

Unfortunately for the hosts, a 2nd minute goal by Goran Subara wasn’t enough to take the vital 3 table points and club championship points.


NPL 3

Match of the Round

Parramatta FC and Dulwich Hill take the honours this week as Yoel Silvestres goal in the 28th minute secured an important 3 points from the visitors.

Melita will be scratching their heads as to why they were unable to break down Dully’s defence as coach Sharaf and head of football Tony Basha will contemplate their game plan in a season where every point matters for survival.

State League

Match of the Round

Y’all guessed it, South Coast Flame was extinguished by a far superior Central Coast United outfit (and keep in mind a local derby was on too).

Where to even begin for this one but to congratulate United on a dominant victory that will assert their authority on the rest of the competition.

Goals went to Morikawa, Mcfarlane and Steen in the first half with Mcfarlane and Steen grabbing braces, Schumann claiming a second half brace and Woodbine and Arbelo also getting a spot on the score sheet.

Questions must be being asked at Football South Coast as to what is going wrong after their second heavy defeat within a few weeks at home, last time out to the Condors.

Keep in mind, Kemblawarra Fury died for the Flame, and the club expected to be admitted straight into NPL 2. We’ve covered before as to why they struggle in the State League but not even Gazy lose this badly.

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