By Merson Kean – Brisbane Correspondent


Round three of Brisbane’s second tier threw up some intriguing affairs, let’s take a look back at what transpired over the weekend.

The game of the week took place at the Bellbowrie Sports club and it illustrates why our sport is the called the beautiful game as we saw one of the comebacks of the season.

Moggill raced to a three goal lead midway through the second half with goals coming from David Willis and a brace from Greg Roshier. That seemed to be sufficient as the match entered the final seven minutes with Moggill retaining that three-goal advantage but the Southside Eagles had other ideas, firstly pulling one back in the 83rd minute. Moggill still looked comfortable heading into injury time but the Eagles did the unthinkable. Two minutes into time added on, Eagles reduced the deficit to one, before the mircale was complete in the final minute of stoppage time in a 3-3 thriller, sending the Eagles members into delirium.

North Pine top the table after they grounded out a 1-0 closely fought fixture against Grange Thistle at Bob Brock Park to follow up on their 2-0 win over the Knights last week. Samuel Heaney being the lone player to find the net in the match.

Bayside stepped up to the plate when they travelled south to CJ Greenfield Reserve for a duel with Brisbane Force, coming away 3-0 victors with goals coming from Tom Kedda, Lee Parker and Daniel Farmer.

Mount Gravatt went head to head with Pine Rivers in which looked to be a corker on paper and it lived up to just that as the side from Dittmer Park grabbed all three points in the latter stages to record a 3-2 win.

Brisbane Knights headed to battle against Annerley on Friday night and a battle they gotcwith just one goal separating the sides as the Knights won the affair 3-2.

The away side grabbed the lead after three minutes when Matthew Mears notched his first of the season but that was cancelled out in the 42nd minute Jaymes O’Brien grabbed an equaliser. Knights scored an immediate reply as Gustavo Perez ran straight up the other end and finished to give them a 2-1 halftime lead.

In the second half, the Knights had chances to extend their lead and did just that when a lovely ball was whipped into in form Ben Gallichan who turned cooly and volleyed home superbly to open up a two goal cushion.

Annerley got a late consolation through Daniel Messer but it was’t enough and the game ended in the favour of the Knights.

Holland Park came from behind to convincingly beat a poor North Star outfit 3-1 at Whites Hill Reserve on Saturday evening. Matthew McNab, Mark Rasmussen and Pablo Aviles getting on the scoresheet for the Hawks who will now go into the big FFA Cup clash with Lions in midweek full of confidence.


Annerley 2-3 Brisbane Knights Scorers: Annerley – J.O’Brien 41, Messer 83 Brisbane Knights-Mears 3, Perez 44, Gallichan 64

Annerley- Sutherland, Garcia, Savage, Maclennan, D.O’Brien, J.O’Brien, Klassen, Magarry, Valenti, Corcoran, Messer, Mengotti,Linsley, Nicolas, Toeller, Gimenez, Brasesco

Brisbane Knights-Gibbons, Watson, Vrbesic, Bek, Reid, Gallichan, Mears, Romano, Hairsine, Fernandez, Gilmor, Perez, Raffaele, Bowden

Brisbane Force 0-3 Bayside Scorers: Bayside – Kedda, Farmer, Parker

Force – Pearse, Farah, Sisco, Patricio, Kissel, Bankersio, Nicholas, Ward, Louis, Kavianpour, Edewor, Adamson, Darius, Pedro

Bayside – Dutton, Parker, Farmer, Kedda, Peacock, Curtis, King, Thew, Da Costa, Fripp, Shadwell, Siedentopf, Murray, Dunn, Stuckley

North Pine 1-0 Grange Thistle Scorer: North Pine-Heaney

North Pine-Bowtell-Harris, Heaney, Christiansen, Heath, Smith, Parker, Esdale, Hunter, Melville, Keslake, Lincoln, Masters, Scott, Chan, Culleton, Adlam

Grange Thistle-Johnstone, C.Mayberry, Collocott, Cooper, N.Mayberry, Bimrose, Harris, Xinis, Paget, Luxton, Pryse, Callum, Borrego, Cox, Mcmahon

Mount Gravatt 3-2 Pine Rivers Scorers: Mt Gravatt – unavailable Pine Rivers  – Jackson, Mitchell

Mt Gravatt-Canty, Neill, Skavo, Blackadder, Sciacca, Austen, Nicolaidis, Bowater, Gamez, Gillespie, Morcus, Hussey, Arthurs, Stojakovic

Pine Rivers-Walsh, Jackson, Mitchell, Hooper, Roy, James, Hagell, Condon, Cassimatis, Reed, Waddell, Campbell, Stuckey, Suggett, Freestone

Holland Park 3-1 North Star Scorers – Holland Pk – Mcnab, Aviles, Rasmussen North Star – unavailable

Holland Park – Radovanovic, Mcnab, Aviles, Rasmussen, Turay, Stevens, Le Petit, Baird, Stout, Minnis, Brattan, Proctor, Boyle, Waldron, Pereira

North Star-Sherwood, Shore, Brunet, Embrey, Brooks, Kellaway, Wilson, Yule, Tanner, Head, Umme, Hori, Grainger, Thompson, Crawford

Moggill 3-3 Southside Eagles Scorers – Moggill – Roshier x2, Wallis Southside Eagles – unavailable

Moggill- Sullivan, Roshier, Wallis, Wood, Chesterfield, Wells, Stevenson, Griffiths, Mavrik, Pettit, Spence, Murphy, Webster, Stacey, Cobley

Southside Eagles -Tubbs, Schafer, Dunleavy, Patten, Maclot, Taylor, Hunter, Wiggington, Barlow, Gordon, Porch, Falco, Roulston, Kerr, Bretag

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Annerley P-P Brisbane Knights (lighting issue during match)

Brisbane Force 0-9 Bayside

North Pine 4-1 Grange Thistle

Holland Park 2-0 North Star

Mount Gravatt 2-1 Pine Rivers

Moggill 2-2 Southside Eagles


Souths remain at the top of the Capital Two table after a convincing 5-1 win away at Slacks Creek that saw Joshua Anderson pick up his hattrick with the other two goals coming through Andrew Skehan and Patrick Arn. Souths now as turn their attentions to the FFA Cup when they stand up to Mitchelton on Wednesday.

The Gap and Centenary played out a cracker at Walton Bridge Reserve on Saturday evening in a game that saw six goals. The Stormers raced to a 2-0 lead before The Gap pegged one back on the 70th minute through James Nilsen but less than ten minutes later Stormers had restored their two goal cushion once again. The Gap then scored another through James Nilsen to set up a grandstand finish but the Stormers rounded off a 4-2 win in the 88th, Fedja Mehinagic collecting a brace, Alec Schofield and Joseph Kleibo with the other two for the Stormers and their second win of the campaign.

Westside were 1-0 victors over Park Ridge at the Grovely Sports Ground to seal their first three points of the campaign courtesy of Daniel Hunter.

Western Spirit won the hotly contested derby at Sutton Park when they travelled to take on the Ipswich City Bulls by a scoreline of 1-0, the lone goal coming from Andrew Jarrett in the first half to secure the three points.

Pine Hills were 3-2 winners over Redcliffe PCYC in a tussle out at James Drysdale Reserve. That result sees the Pythons picking up their first three points of the season after throwing away a three goal lead last weekend to lose to the Stormers.

Oxley taught Newmarket a footballing lesson at Dunlop Park on Sunday afternoon demolishing their more fancied opponents 5-0 to pick up their first win of the campaign. Oxley opened the scoring through Terrence Jonathan in the eight minute before Tom Allington grabbed the second in the 19th. Andrew Stuckey added a third in the 81st minute. The side from Dunlop Park weren’t done there and added two more, Allington getting his brace and Andrew Martin rounding out the scoring in stoppage time.


Pine Hills 3-2 Redcliffe PCYC. Scorers –  Redcliffe PCYC – Jenkins, Fairgrieve

Pine Hills – Armansin, Mallitt, Moser, Hinvest, Purcell, Dylan Shackley, Damien Shackley, Dent, Strachan, Naddei, Birchall

Redcliffe PCYC-Batistic, Jenkins, Fairgrieve, Mcneil, Waller, Dent, Kelly, Offer, Coyle, Chadwick, Parker, Nicholson, Raffie, Hilliar

Westside 1-0 Park Ridge. Scorers – Westside – Hunter

Westside – Nielsen, Hunter, Wright, Bromley, Drew, Sturley, Duggan, Smith, Dodd, D.Renda, B.Anson, M.Anson, R.Renda, Pascoe, Robinson

Park Ridge – Adarkwah, L.Klein, Merefield, P.Klein, Knoblauch, Walters, Just, Savage, Wilson, Wybranowski, Alves, Vasquez, Smart, Steven, Robinson

RED CARD -Park Ridge – Wilson

Slacks Creek 1-5 Souths Scorers – Souths – Anderson x3, Skehan, Arn

Slacks Creek – Mutaka, Mcmanagan, Harrington, Oudney, Oates, Schleeman, Benson, McQueen, Ford, Broadrick, Tincknell, Hughes, Whyte, Cullen, Brady, Palmer

Souths – Fielding, Anderson, Skehan, Arn, Gjura, Mortensen, Purnell, Omerovic, Stratford, Smith, Andrews, Provians, Hodzic, Velasquez-Ortiz, Cocis, Alexander

RED CARD – Souths – Gjura (2nd bookable offence)

The Gap 2-4 Centenary Stormers Scorers – The Gap – Nilsen x2 Stormers – F.Mehinagic, Kleibo, J.Schofield

The Gap – McDonald, Nilsen, Howe, Andrews, Molloy, Flavin, Goundry, E.O’Hanlon, O’Neill, Arrow, Foley, Murdoch, Cleary, Dobson, Kolade, W,O’Hanlon

Stormers – Rathbone, F.Mehinagic, Kleibo, J.Schofield, Harris, D.Mehinagic, Burstow, Head, Nystrom, Kilkeary, Shameem, Khan, Brant, Pizzatti, A.Schofield, Le

Ipswich City 0-1 Western Spirit  Scorers: Western Spirit – Jarrett

Ipswich City – Stenzel, R.Fancourt, Geoghegan, Heider, Duga, R.Fancourt, Denman, Kitching, Beahan, Condie, Beale, Ungermann, Underwood

Spirit – Dunno, Jarrett, Hancock, Sanfuentes, Hoffman, Kirchner, Arena, Mellor, Janse-Van Rensburg, Kenyi, Johnson, Oshen, Fuller, Lucas, Andison

Oxley 5-0 Newmarket Oxley – Jonathan 10, Allington 25, 83, Stuckey 80, Martin 90

Oxley – Mulvey, Hinds, Tierney, Martin, Allington, Jonathan,Young, Burt, Cranley, Dobinson, Ryan, Clarke, Stuckey, Mclellan, Kamal-Hamidon

Newmarket – Attard, Strauss, Siebenhausen, Horbury-Wood, Chapman, Galloway, Philp, Martin, Bowen, Renderos, S.Rohdmann, Yunis, Milliner, Beakhurst, A.Rohdmann

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Pine Hills 3-2 Redcliffe PCYC

Westside 1-3 Park Ridge

Slacks Creek 2-4 Souths

The Gap 2-0 Centenary Stormers

Ipswich City 3-2 Western Spirit

Oxley 5-3 Newmarket


Acacia Ridge stormed to the top of the table as they followed up from their 4-2 win over Narangba last week by destroying Ridge Hills 9-0 at Ron Proud Field. The comprehensive victory sending Acacia Ridge to the top of the table on maximum points after two league affairs. As for Hills they are left languishing at the bottom of the table after back to back defeats.

AC Carina dug out a 2-1 win when they travelled to MacKillop College to face Clairvaux, Nathan Cox and Robert Knowles were on the scoresheet for the Dolphins as they remain unbeaten.

New Farm recorded their first win of the new campaign after they won 1-0 at nearby Kangaroo Point Rovers, the goal coming from Paul Panebianco in a game that saw KPR’s Kirill Radchenkov sent off.

Narangba made the trip to the Parklands on Friday night as they took on Samford Rangers and the visitors came away 2-0 winners as they pick up their first three points of the new season.

Tarragindi and Toowong drew in a hard fought one-all draw at Esher Street on Saturday night, both remaining unbeaten and adding another point to their respective tallies.

Virginia followed up from their midweek Cup win over Premier League Capalaba with a 4-2 triumph over Jimboomba, turning the screw after being 2-1 down at the break.


Clairvaux 1-2 AC Carina Scorers: Clairvaux – Robinson AC Carina – Cox, Knowles

Clairvaux – Thola-Taborda, Lanagan, Robinson, Moroney, Sharp, Christian, Halama-Lumsden, Davis, Pavlou, De La Flor, Thorogood, Wright, L.Cameron, F.Cameron, Snape

AC Carina – Farquhar, Cox, Raimondi, Johnson, Anstice, Travers, Certoma, Sawu, Knowles, Trinder, Needs, Rogers, Dempsey

Samford 0-2 Narangba

Samford-Embrey, Manson, Hodson, Neill, Morahan, Sparks, Callaghan, Harris, Gray, Davidson, Kori, Kibbey, Tretter, Clarke

Kangaroo Point 0-1 New Farm Scorers: New Farm-Panebianco

KPR – Tranent, Gamble, Loccisano, Radchenkov, Evans, Smith, Archer-Jones, Brunton, Black, Tziortzis, Trussler, Cunningham, Dewar, Fantab

New Farm-Cordova, Panebianco, Balzat, Reece, Morgan, Niven, Dalton, Stamatis, Swift, Gow, Owen, Van Den Hof, Treacy, Rodger, Jo, Young

RED CARD – KPR – Radchenkov

Acacia Ridge 9-0 Ridge Hills

Ridge Hills – Dummer, Szantar, Woolstencroft, Leslie, Austin, Lu, Lane, Steel, Carwardine, Frau, Williams, Bungey, Werner, Watene, Shorten, Fenwick

Tarragindi Tigers 1-1 Toowong Scorers: Tarragindi – Hustwayte Toowong – Paloff

Tarragindi – Weaver, Hustwayte, Klarwein, Walker, Birch, Gorrie, Van Stryp, Yap, Wilkins, Page, Hardwick, Elsegood, Cruse, Walker, Eldred

Toowong – Ryan, Paloff, Crockett, Gulbrandson, Cox, Lutton, Marchant, Tewksbury, Gondim, Eggleton, Morrow, Burt, Liddon, Garrett

Jimboomba 2-4 Virginia

Jimboomba – Ward, Van Der Klauw, Swatton, Pearce, Simm, Holledge, Hucker, Baskett, Dwyer, Goodger, Barrett

Virginia – Castillo-Castro, Galdun, Brand, Azim, Passaris, Benard, Pollock, Hibbitts, Geddes, Dudurovic, Claydon, Martin


Acacia Ridge 6

Virginia 6

AC Carina 6

Clairvaux 3

Narangba 3

New Farm 3

Samford 3

Toowong 2

Tarragindi 1

Jimboomba 1

Kangaroo Point Rovers 0

Ridge Hills 0


Clairvaux 2-0 AC Carina

Samford – Narangba

Kangaroo Point 0-2 New Farm

Acacia Ridge – Ridge Hills

Tarragindi 0-2 Toowong

Jimboomba 0-5 Virginia


Logan City Kings P-P Logan Village

Greenbank 2-4 Bardon Latrobe Scorers: Bardon Latrobe – Moloney x2, Price, Powell

North Brisbane v Brighton – postponed to 26 April.

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Greenbank 2-1 Bardon Latrobe