By Merson Kean – Brisbane Correspondent


Capital League One entered round four this weekend as we take a look back at the action.

Pine Rivers followed up on their 8-0 thumping of Samford in the FFA Cup in the midweek, with a convincing 5-1 win over Brisbane Knights down at Rocklea. Rivers scored four second half goals as they raced to their first league win of the season after a slow start this time around.

Bayside won the battle out at Bob Brock Park against North Pine in which was always going to be an arm wrestle. Bayside grabbed the only goal of the game in the first half to come away with all three points and to make matters worse for the hosts, Andrew Lincoln was red carded and will now be suspended for the big clash with North Star next weekend.

Holland Park gave up a two goal lead on their visit to Bulimba when they took on the Southside Eagles. The Hawks found themselves two goals up going into the halftime break with goals through Matthew McNab and Alistair Baird. Southside didn’t throw in the towel and managed another late surge as they scored another two in two minutes after last week’s dramatics against Moggill, Joshua Falco and Roger Hunter the scorers.

The two relegated Brisbane Premier League clubs from last year went head to head at O’Callaghan Park as North Star met Brisbane Force and it was North Star who came away with the points. With the game locked at 1-1 at the halftime break it was Star who was to score the all important third goal which was enough to see them grab all three points in a 2-1 win.

After Moggill dumped out Logan in the FFA Cup in midweek, the Black and Amber returned to League action, where Mount Gravatt were the visitors. Moggill grabbed the lead just before the break with a goal from Samuel Pettit to the delight of the home crowd, despite James Cobley being sent off just ten minutes previous. Cobley’s absence proved too much for the Moggill side and in the second half the Hawks made their one man advantage count when Dean Marcus and Liam Hussey both scored to give the Hawks a 2-1 win and all three points.

Annerley were winners on their away trip to Lanham Park, where they took on Grange Thistle. Annerley grabbed the lead before the break in what was a very tight affair. The away side grabbed all three points in what was an arm wrestle to the very end with goals from Nicholas Klaasen and Jye Magarry to give them their first win of the new campaign.
RESULTS,SCORERS and SQUADS (where known)

Brisbane Knights 1-5 Pine Rivers. Scorers: Knights – Gallichan. Pine Rivers – unavailable

Knights – Gibbins, Gallichan, Hairsine, Bek, Perez-Vargas, Viney, Vrbesic, Mears, Garcia, Giesemann, Bowden, Brown, Son, Polichronis, Reid, Watson

Pine Rivers – Walsh, Hagell, Condon, Cassimatis, West, Mitchell, Gibbens, Reed, Jackson, Waddell, Campbell, Russell, Stuckey, Suggett, Hooper, Roy, Gardiner, James, Bryson, Freestone
North Pine 0-1 Bayside. Scorers: Bayside-Peacock

North Pine – Bowtell-Harris, Chan, Melville, Culleton, Adlam, Heath, Holding, Parker, Esdale, Hunter, Fairgrieve, Keslake, Lincoln, Sheumack, Scott, Christiansen

Bayside – Dutton, Murray, Kedda, Dunn, Stuckey, Coates, Peacock, Parker, Curtis, King, Thew, Mann, Da Costa, Farmer, Fripp, Siedentopf
Southside Eagles 2-2 Holland Park Hawks Scorers: Southside – Falco, Hunter. HPH – Baird 34, McNab 45

Southside – Tubbs, Mccoy, Patten, Maclot, Taylor, S.Bretag, Hunter, Wiggington, Gordon, Porch, Falco, Kerr, Schafer, C.Bretag, Dunleavy
HPH – Radovanovic, McNab, Baird, Aviles, Stout, Mcpherson, Proctor, Rasmussen, Boyle, Smith, Waldron, Turay, Stevens, Le Petit
North Star 2-1 Brisbane Force Scorers – North Star – Thompson, Crawford. Force – unavailable

North Star – Hori, Thompson, Crawford, Flynn, Head, Sherwood, Shore, Brunet, Embrey, Aldred, Brooks, Kellaway, Wilson, Yule,Grainger
Grange Thistle 1-2 Annerley. Scorers: Thistle – Robinson, Annerley – Klaasen, Magarry

Thistle – Johnstone, Robinson, Collocott, Parke, Sharpe, Cooper, Bimrose, Xinis, Paget, Smith, Luxton, Boland, Pryde, Callum, Cox, Zammit

Annerley – Sutherland, Otigbah, Messer, Mengotti, Savage, J.O’Brien, Klaasen, Linsley, Magarry, Corcoran, Garcia, Clarke, D.O’Brian, Toeller, Maclennan, Seaone Ruiz
Moggill 1-2 Mount Gravatt. Scorers: Moggill – Pettit, MGH-Hussey,Morcus

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

MGH – Burrows, Morcus, Hussey, Gamez, Neill, Skavo, Blackadder, M.Sciacca, D.Sciacca, Austen, Nicolaidis, Bowater, Hay, Canty, Symons, Stojakovic


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Brisbane Knights 1-2 Pine Rivers

North Pine 1-2 Bayside

Southside 1-1 Holland Park

North Star 1-0 Brisbane Force

Grange Thistle 3-2 Annerley

Moggill 1-4 Mount Gravatt

Souths were 5-1 winners for the third game running this week, defeating Redcliffe PCYC at Wakerley Park. Souths went in at the break 2-1 up and didn’t stop pressuring in the second half, adding three more goals to their tally rounding out a 5-1 victory.

Centenary Stormers were involved in another goal festival coming out on top in a seven goal thriller at Atthows Park against the Ipswich City Bulls. The Stormers had the edge going into the break leading 3-2 over their opponents and both teams added a goal to their score in the second period, that saw the home side running out 4-3 winners to claim their third win in a row.

The Gap won the derby over Pine Hills, coming from behind to win 2-1. Pine Hills grabbed the lead at the break but after the restart James Nilsen and Cormac Molloy scored for the Gators to see them win the affair and claim their second win of the campaign so far, despite them having Killian Flavin sent off in the first half.

Newmarket came from behind to rescue the three points in their clash against Slacks Creek at McCook Park in a 2-1 result. Abusodor Yunis bagging a brace to move Newmarket out of the relegation zone and give them some much needed confidence ahead of the showdown with Redcliffe PCYC next week.

Western Spirit grabbed their second win in a row when they saw off Park Ridge at Kippen Park on Saturday night by a scoreline of 3-1. Fred Kenyi, Gerard Sanfuentes and Jay Johnson scored the three Spirit goals which lifts them up to six points on the ladder after the derby win last week over the Bulls.

Oxley followed up on their 5-0 win over Newmarket with a convincing 3-1 win over newly promoted Westside on Friday evening at Grovely Sports Ground. United now have six points after three league affairs and are right in the mix in what is living up to be a tight division.
RESULTS,SCORERS and SQUADS (where known)

The Gap 2-1 Pine Hills. Scorers: The Gap – Nilsen, Molloy. Pine Hills- unavailable

The Gap – McDonald, Molloy, Nilsen, B.Mcguire, O’Neill, Andrews, Cleary, K.Mcguire, Kolade, Fleet, Hodgkinson, Flavin, Gillespie, Goundry, O’Hanlon, Foley

Pine Hills – Hawthorne, Moffatt, Moser, Hinvest, Purcell, Spelta, Centenaro, Dylan Shackley, Irwin, Dent, Strachan, Moorcroft, Naddei, Damien Shackley


Centenary Stormers 4-3 Ipswich City Bulls. Scorers: Stormers – F.Mehinagic, Le, Kleibo, Og. Ipswich City – Fancourt x2, Condie

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

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

Westside 1-3 Oxley. Scorers: Westside – Solano, Oxley – unavailable

Westside – Nilsen, Hunter, Khoury, Wilson, Bulgarelli, Bromley, Sturley, Smith, Irwin, Dodd, M.Anson, Krohn, Wright, Currie

Oxley – Kamal-Hamidon, Burt, Cranley, Dobinson, Hodges, B.Clarke, L.Clarke, Stuckey, Hinds, Tierney, Martin, Allington, Thomas, Jonathan, Mulvey, Cook

Western Spirit 3-1 Park Ridge. Scorers: Spirit – Kenyi, Sanfuentes, Johnson. Park Ridge – Wybranowski

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

Park Ridge – Adarkwah, Wybranowski, P.Klein, Knoblauch, Just, Savage, Worku, L.Klein, Hulett, Alves, Merefield, Vasquez, Smart, C.Robinson, J.Robinson

Newmarket 2-1 Slacks Creek. Scorers: Newmarket-Yunis x2. Slacks Creek – unavailable

Newmarket – Attard, Yunis, Wivell, Mooney, Renderos, S.Rohdmann, Milliner, Beakhurst, Siebenhausen, Crooks,Horbury-Wood, Chapman, Galloway, Martin, A.Rohdmann

Slacks Creek – Mahoney, Mcmanagan, Harrington, Oudney, Kiefer, Oates, Schleemann, Mcgahan, Ford, Broadrick, Tincknell, Hughes, Whyte, Ives, Brady, Palmer

Souths 5-1 Redcliffe PCYC. Scorers: Souths – Arn x2, Anderson x2, Alexander. Redcliffe PCYC -Scott

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

Redcliffe PCYC – Roy, Scott, Batistic, Fairgrieve, Dent, Taylor, Hart, Kelly, Mcneil, Offer, Dowsett, Glynn, Luke, Parker, Bolton, Hilliar


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Centenary Stormers 3-2 Ipswich City

Westside 2-3 Oxley

The Gap 2-1 Pine Hills

Western Spirit 3-4 Park Ridge

Newmarket 1-0 Slacks Creek

Souths 0-1 Redcliffe PCYC


Acacia Ridge stormed to the top of the Capital League Three table with a 6-0 hammering of Clairvaux at Ron Proud Field, Luca Ilic netted a hat-trick, Johnny Moncada-Palacios, Juan Jaimes and Martin Alvarez rounding out the scoring as the Ridge scored four second half goals.

Tarragindi travelled to Albert Bishop Park on Saturday for a showdown with Virginia United and came away convincing 4-0 winners, seeing James Gorrie score a hat-trick and Ryan Birch add another to his season tally to give the Tigers their first league win after two draws in previous weeks.

Ridge Hills put last weeks demolishing at Acacia Ridge behind them when they saw off Samford Rangers 2-0 at Stanley Day Park to gain their first win of the new campaign and give them some much needed confidence.

AC Carina won their second consecutive game when they travelled to Toowong winning the affair by four goals to nil. Carina raced into a three goal halftime lead and added a fourth in the second period with last year’s top goalscorer Richie Stockman scoring his first brace of the season. Daniel Anstice and Shane Dempsey bagging the other two.

Narangba took care of a shaky Kangaroo Point Rovers at home on Saturday to move them up to fourth in the ladder after three league games. Despite the game being only 2-1 to the home side at the break, in the second half they continued to put the pressure on and ended up winning the affair 4-1 with four different scorers ending up on the scoresheet.

New Farm routed to a 5-0 win over struggling Jimboomba at New Farm Park on Sunday afternoon. Corey James Window made his debut for the inner city club and scored a brace, Nicholas Dalton, Paul Panebianco and Matthew Gow the other players to get on the sheet to give Farm back to back league wins.

RESULTS,SCORERS and SQUADS (where known)

Virginia 0-4 Tarragindi. Scorers: Tarragindi – Gorrie x3,Birch

Virginia – Castillo-Castro, Galdun, Brand, Maxwell, Azim, Gourlay, Passaris, Bernard, Pollock, Hibbitts, Geddes, Dudurovic, Leny, Nicolaidis

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

Acacia Ridge 6-0 Clairvaux. Scorers: Acacia – Ilic x3,Moncada-Palacios, Jaimes, Alvarez

Acacia – Samardzija, Illic, Moncada-Palacios, Jaimes, Alvarez, M.Simunovic, Bohorquez, Salcedo, Velic, Santamaria, I.Simunovic, Murcia-Betabcur, Yepes, Phiri, Navarro-Falcon, Martinez-Gomez

Clairvaux – Durham, Gerbich, Lanagan, Robinson, Moroney, Lambert, Christian, Halama-Lumsden, Davis, Pavlou, De La Flor, Thorogood, Wright, L.Cameron, F.Cameron

Toowong 0-4 AC Carina. Scorers – AC Carina – Stockman x2, Anstice, Dempsey

Toowong – Eggleton, Liddon, Garrett, Paloff, Crockett, Cox, Lutton, Marchant, Gondim, Morrow, Inman, Ryan, Wright, Dick

AC Carina – Farquhar, Stockman, Anstice, Dempsey, Ansell, Raimondi, Johnson, Travers, Certoma, Sawu, Garrick, Trinder, Curran

Narangba 4-1 Kangaroo Point Rovers. Scorers: Narangba – Macintyre, Holland, Reedy, Thomas. KPR – Tranent

Narangba – Hemingway, Reedy, Thomas, Macintyre, Holland, Hempstead, Richards, Wilson, Vosten, George, Kilroy, S.Foster, Rose, Birkett, Kellington, J.Foster

Kangaroo PR – Loccisano, Tranent, Lynch, Dewar, Fantab, Lanziano, Pullen, Evans, Brunton, Black, Tziortzis, Trussler, Mcnamara

New Farm 5-0 Jimboomba. Scorers: New Farm – Window x2, Dalton, Gow, Panebianco

New Farm – Cordova, Window, Dalton, Gow, Panebianco, Edwards, Reece, Sherman, Morgan, Niven, Stamatis, Swift, Haydon, Anderson, Dalton

Jimboomba – Ward, Van Der Klauw, Robinson, Pearce, Simm, Holledge, Hucker, Baskett, Schofield, Taylor, Leck, Dwyer, Goodger, Holding, Barrett

Ridge Hills 2-0 Samford

Ridge Hills – Woolstencroft, Szantar, Leslie, Austin, Lu, Lane, Greene, Steel, Olsen, Skinner, Frau, Williams, Bungey, Werner, Watene, Fenwick

Samford – Embrey, Manson, Hodson, Smart, Gray, Neill, Morahan, Raspaskovski, Sparks, Harris, Gray, Davidson, Kori, Kibbey, Tretter

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Virginia 0-1 Tarragindi

Acacia Ridge 7-2 Clairvaux

Toowong 7-0 AC Carina

Narangba 3-2 Kangaroo PR

Ridge Hills – Samford Rangers

New Farm 2-0 Jimboomba

Brighton Bulldogs were held to a two all draw at Wakefield Park on Saturday night when they hosted the Logan Village and the draw sees them drop out of first place in the ladder.

Mooroondu put the Logan City Kings to the sword at Mike Mappas Oval as they go to the top of the table after two league encounters, a contrast to last year’s misfortunes.

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Logan City Kings 1-4 Mooroondu

Brighton Bulldogs 2-2 Logan Village


Logan City Kings 4-2 Mooroondu

Brighton 2-0 Logan Village