FNQ PREMIER LEAGUE – ROUND 1
Cyclone Nathan has postponed the opening of the season in the far north. An early call was made to postpone the entirety of round one with the fixtures to be caught up at a later date.
McDONALDS SUNSHINE COAST PREMIER LEAGUE – ROUND 3
Beerwah Glasshouse and Nambour Yandina had yet to open their 2015 accounts entering into this match so both were keen to capture full points and it was the visitors, Nambour Yandina who prevailed with a tight 3-2 win.
Buderim made it three wins in the opening to their season with a 4-1 defeat of Gympie Diggers.
Caloundra, buoyed after receiving three points when their opening round loss to Maroochydore was overturned during the week after the Swans fielded an ineligible player had a hard-fought 2-2 draw with Caboolture. Robert Eagleson and Daniel Bailey were the scorers on the night for Caloundra.
Kawana remained top of the league as they dispatched Maroochydore 3-2. Two of Kawana’s goals coming through Jeremy Stewart and Luke Ricketts, Karl Vonhoff and Ben Lynch netting for Maroochydore.
Despite the absence of noted goal scorer, Luke Alderson, Woombye are another team to maintain their perfect record with a 2-1 defeat of Noosa Lions. Josh Walton and Caleb Richardson scoring for the Snakes with Matt Needham the lone scorer for the Lions.
SEA FM WIDE BAY THREE CITIES LEAGUE – ROUND 4
United Park Eagles continued their unbeaten run and gave the new boys, Fraser Flames further food for thought with a convincing 6-1 victory. Brendan Davis and Brenden Banks collecting a brace each with Daniel Hardy and Ricky Taylor contributing the others for Eagles, Jordan Dowden netting for the Flames.
Doon Villa became the only side to have four wins from four games in an 8-0 blackout of Alloway. Joel Neilsen extending his 2015 scoring tally to seven goals with four on the night, Daniel Sanderson and Luke Kenny with doubles.
Sunbury had a successful trip to Bundaberg, claiming the three points against the previously undefeated Across The Waves 3-2. Dave Maurer, Anthony Mollee and Tyson Bedford claiming goals for the victors with Robert Thatcher and Joe Williams netting for Waves.
United Warriors sitting pretty in the top half of the table collecting another win, this time against Diggers 4-1. Jacob Lynch with two goals alongside Lachlan Lakin and Cameron Hanrahan for the Warriors with Reece Sharp collecting Diggers goal.
Tinana’s poor start to the season continued, now conceding an average of eight goals per match as Brothers Aston Villa claimed a 7-1 win. Kyle Taylor the major goalscorer on the night with a hat-trick, Blake O’Brien, Josh McInnes, Jaryd Bennier and Lachlan Scarborough making up the seven goals for the visitors. Tinana’s goal provided by Nathan Dreger.
The result from KSS Jets clash against Bingera was not available at time of publication.
BLK GOLD COAST CUP – MATCHDAY 1
The Premier League took a break for the round-robin pool stages of the Cup to commence where the eight Premier League sides join with the eight League One clubs.
It pretty much went to plan for the Premier League clubs with Broadbeach defeating League One’s Tweed 4-0. Other Premier League sides to get over their lower tier opponents were; Merrimac 4 defeating Musgrave 4-3 and Murwillumbah beating Tugun 5-2.
Nerang held their more fancied opponents, Mudgeeraba to a 2-2 draw while the lower ranked Kingscliff defeated Premier League outfit Coomera 4-3.
An all Premier League affair with Palm Beach holding off Surfers Paradise 3-2 while League One opponents featured in a high-scoring affair as Burleigh Heads recorded a 7-4 win over Gold Coast Knights.
Southport v Magic United was postponed due to the weather.