BRISBANE – CAPITAL LEAGUES WRAP – WEEKEND 27-29 MARCH

After rain played havoc the weekend prior, a full program took place over the weekend and here is our review of how things panned out.

CAPITAL ONE

North Pine top Capital League One after round six, defeating a tricky Southside Eagles outfit at Memorial Park on Saturday evening. Goals from James Fairgrieve and Wayne Heath either side of halftime saw the Gorillas record their third win and jump above Bayside into pole position.

A double from Ashley Shore and a goal from Jordan Maxwell helped North Star to a 3-0 thumping of Annerley to secure the Zillmere based club their second win of the campaign. Annerley are now languishing just above the relegation zone whilst North Star move out of the cellar into eighth.

Grange Thistle won an arm wrestle at Lanham Park where Brisbane Knights were the visitors. A brace from Samuel Xinis assured Thistle came away winners after the game was locked up at one a piece at oranges. Grange move up the ladder a couple of places into third as Knights drop into the relegation zone.

Pine Rivers and Bayside shared the spoils at Wendy Allison Park in what was Capital League One’s first scoreless draw. The game sees Bayside fall off the top of the ladder down into second and Rivers down into ninth as both teams turn their attention to the FFA Cup.

Moggill romped to victory over Brisbane Force at The Bellbowrie Sports Ground in a game that saw Steven Chesterfield score four. Moggill put on a great second half display scoring four of the five goals in that period. Moggill opened the scoring five minutes prior to halftime and came out firing in the second half to round out a convincing 5-0 win over a side who has lost all five of their encounters so far after relegation from the Premier League.

Holland Park remain unbeaten but were just minutes away from their second win of the campaign as the game played out into a two all draw. Mount Gravatt opened the scoring midway through the first half but the hosts levelled just nine minutes later through Pablo Aviles to go into the sheds at one a piece. The Hawks came out all attacking and got their reward in the 64th minute when prolific scorer Luke Proctor put home to send the home crowd into raptures. It looked like Holland Park were going to take away all three points but Mount Gravatt won a penalty in the 85th minute that they converted to give both sides a point each.

RESULTS, SCORERS, STATS (Where known)

North Star 3-0 Annerley Scorers: Star-Shore x2, Maxwell

North Star – Hori, Sherwood, Shore, Brunet, Embrey, Brooks, Wilson, Yule, Flynn, Maxwell, Head, Umme, Grainger, Thompson, Crawford

Annerley – Sutherland, Otigbah, Messer, Mengotti, Capannini, Savage, O’Brien, Klaassen, Webster, Booth-Mowat, Magarry, Clarke, Toeller, Maclennan, Seaone Ruiz

Grange Thistle 2-1 Brisbane Knights Scorers: Thistle – Xinis x2 Knights – Gallichan

Thistle – Johnstone, Xinis, Collocott, Cooper, Mayberry, Borrego, Parke, Bimrose, Harris, Paget, Robinson, Luxton, Boland, Cox, Gray

Knights – Reid, Vrbesic, Hairsine, Bek, Gibbins, Garcia, Giesemann, Bowden, Viney, Kljajic, Son, Polichronis, Morrall, Watson, Gallichan, Kim

Southside Eagles 0-2 North Pine Scorers: North Pine – Heath, Fairgrieve

Southside – Tubbs, Porch, Kerr, Bretag, Schafer, Dunleavy, Mccoy, Patten, Maclot, Taylor, Wiggington, Barlow, Burley

North Pine – Bowtell-Harris, Heath, Fairgrieve, Culleton, Heaney, Hall, Smith, Holding, Parker, Budd, Hunter, Melville, Keslake, Masters, Christiansen, Irving

Pine Rivers 0-0 Bayside
Rivers – Reed, Jackson, Hooper, Bryson, Freestone, Hagell, Condon, West, Mitchell, Gibbins, Waddell, Suggett, Walsh, Roy, James

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

Holland Park 2- 2 Mount Gravatt Scorers: HPH – Aviles, Proctor MGH – Morcus, Hay

HPH – Radovanovic, Turay, Krkeljas, Stevens, Le Petit, McNab, Baird, Aviles, Stout, Brattan, Mcpherson, Proctor, Rasmussen, Boyle, Smith, Waldron

MGH – Burrows, Morcus, Hay, Hussey, Skavo, Jasch, M.Sciacca, D.Sciacca, Austen, Courtenay, Nicolaidis, Bowater, Gamez, Gillespie, Canty, Symons

Moggill 5-0 Brisbane Force Scorers: Moggill – Chesterfield x4, Roshier

Moggill – Sullivan, Chesterfield, Roshier, Wallis, Stevenson, Griffiths, Petroeschevsky, Allen, Pettit, Spence, Wood, Murphy, Webster, Stacey, Gold

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RESERVES

North Star 4-1 Annerley

Grange Thistle 2-2 Brisbane Knights

Southside Eagles 2-1 North Pine

Pine Rivers 2-0 Bayside

Holland Park 1-2 Mount Gravatt

Moggill 5-2 Brisbane Force

CAPITAL TWO

Souths let a one goal lead slip to drop their first two points of the season away at Newmarket on Saturday night. Newmarket have been having a torrid time in the early weeks of the season, been hammered from pillar to post but put on a cracking second half show to rescue a much needed point from in-form Souths in what ended in a two all draw.

Atthows Park was the setting for a ten-goal thriller where Oxley came away 6-4 winners over Centenary Stormers. The Stormers raced into a three goal lead but the away side pegged back two goals back before the break. Oxley then incredibly scored three quick fire goals of their own to see them 5-3 up to the surprise of the crowd in attendance. Stormers rallied and pulled one back but Oxley were up to the occasion and restored their two goal lead that they held on to. Benjamin Clarke and Fedja Mehinagic scored a hat trick for their respective sides.

Ipswich City romped to a 5-1 onslaught of Pine Hills on Saturday evening. The Bulls raced into a 3-1 halftime lead and didn’t take their foot off the pedal in the second half rounding out a 5-1 win that saw Zygan Condie add another two to his ever growing season tally, Mark Fancourt, Samuel Wallace on the scoresheet and Norbert Duga who was also red carded.

Westside recorded a thumping win over Redcliffe PCYC at The Grovely Sports Ground on Friday evening by a scoreline of 5-2. Tom Wright was the star of the show for Westside scoring a hat trick in a game that saw the home side turn a 1-0 halftime lead into a 4-0 lead midway through the second period before PCYC rallied and pegged back two goals but Westside made sure adding a fifth in stoppage time.

Park Ridge won the topsy-turvy affair out at Walton Bridge Reserve when they travelled to The Gap. Ridge came away 3-2 winners in what was a tight game the whole way. With the scores tied at two in the 73rd minute the Panthers won a free kick that Mastewal Worku dispatched to make sure the Panthers took all three points.

RESULTS, SCORERS, SQUADS (Where known)

Centenary Stormers 4-6 Oxley United Scorers: Stormers – F.Mehinagic x3, Nystrom Oxley – B.Clarke x3, Allington, Stuckey, Cook

Stormers – Rathbone, F.Mehinagic, Nystrom, Kleibo, Kilkeary, Buurstow, Schofield, Head, Birt, Brant, Le, Favaro, Gilbert, Harris, D.Mehinagic

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

Westside 5-2 Redcliffe PCYC Scorers: Westside -Wright x3, Wilson, Bulgarelli Redcliffe PCYC -Offer, Parker

Westside -B.Anson, Wright, Wilson, Bulgarelli, Hunter, Khoury, Cunz, Bromley, Sturley, Solano, Smith, Dodd, M.Anson ,Renda, Krohn, Faust

Redcliffe PCYC – Roy, Offer, Parker, Batistic, Kelly, Dent, Scott, Forde, Kirwan, Fairgrieve, Hart, Fisher, Luke, Lawson, Bolton, Hilliar

Newmarket 2-2 Souths Scorers: Newmarket – Milliner, Chapman Souths – Omerovic x2

Newmarket – Attard, Macgregor, Milliner, Chapman, Wivell, Renderos, S.Rohdmann, Yunis, Beakhurst, A.Rohdmann, Siebenhausen, Galloway, Martin, Wen, Bowen

Souths – Purnell, Omerovic, Young, Skehan,Gjura, Stratford, Arn, Andrews, Anderson, South, Provians, Hodzic, Velasquez-Ortiz, Cocis, Alexander

Western Spirit 6 – 2 Slacks Creek

The Gap 2-3 Park Ridge Scorers: The Gap – K.Mcguire, Kolade Park Ridge – C.Robinson, Drozdek, Worku

The Gap – McDonald, Redman, Andrews, Cleary, K.Mcguire, Molloy, Kolade, Fleet, B.Mcguire, Nilsen, Gillespie, Goundry, Bytheway, O’Neill, Mclaughlin

Park Ridge – Adarkwah, Worku, Drozdek, C.Robinson, Calderon, Klein, Knoblauch, Walters, Savage, Wybranowski, Hullett, Merefield, Vazquez, J.Robinson

Ipswich City 5-1 Pine Hills Scorers: Ipswich – Condie x2, M.Fancourt, Wallace, Duga

Ipswich – Stenzel, Condie, M.Fancourt, Wallace, Duga, Ungermann, Grassick, R.Fancourt, Manttan, Beahan, Geoghegan, Witney, Jamal, Beale, Heider

Pine Hills – Moorcroft, Moffatt, Jones, Hinvest, Purcell, Spelta, Centenaro, Dent, Lawrie, Naddei, Birchall, Minter

RED CARD -IPSWICH-Duga

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RESERVES

Centenary Stormers 4-4

Oxley Westside 3-4 Redcliffe PCYC

Western Spirit – Slacks Creek

Newmarket 0-4 Souths

The Gap 2-2 Park Ridge

Ipswich City 4-0 Pine Hills

CAPITAL THREE

Acacia Ridge remain at the top of the standings after a 2-1 win over Kangaroo Point Rovers at Raymond Park on Saturday afternoon. Acacia have a one hundred percent record after four games and boast a plus eighteen goal difference. As for KPR they sit on the bottom of the ladder and yet to pick up a point.

Narangba were 2-1 winners over Tarragindi in a hard fought encounter at the Narangba Sports Complex on Friday night. Goals through Connor George and Steven Thomas enough for the Northern Suburbs side to take all three points and remain on Acacia Ridge’s tail.

New Farm won the tussle when they hosted AC Carina on Saturday afternoon in an encounter that saw the travelling side be reduced to eight men. The only goal for the Farm coming through Corey James Window that moves New Farm up into fourth just one point behind AC Carina.

Samford and Clairvaux could not be separated at the Parklands as both teams took a share of the spoils in a one all draw. Clairvaux went in front before the break but were pegged back in the second half and both teams saw out the remainder of the game to take a point each.

Toowong were one goal victors over Virginia on their visit to Albert Bishop Park the lone goal coming from Pedro Gondim in the second half to give the inner city club all three points.

Ridge Hills came out 6-3 winners in a nine goal thriller at Stanley Day Park to give them their second win of the season as they saw off Jimboomba. Ridge Hills had the edge at the break as they went in 3-2 up but in the second half routed to a 6-3 win to move them up the ladder into seventh.

RESULTS,SCORERS,SQUADS (where known)

Narangba 2-1 Tarragindi Scorers: Narangba –George, Thomas Tarragindi -Hustwayte

Narangba – Birkett, George, Thomas, Reedy, Macintyre, E.Wilson, Hemingway, Vosten, Meakins, Holland, Rose, J.Wilson, Fitzgerald, Kellington, Hempstead, Masuka

Tarragindi – Weaver, Hustwayte, Klarwein, Gorrie, Elsegood, Walker, Kelly,

A.Van Stryp, Birch, Walker, Jimenez, T.Van Stryp, Wilkins, Page, Hardwick, Eldred

Virginia 0-1 Toowong Scorers: Toowong – Gondim

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

Toowong – Dennis, Gondim, Gulbrandson, Lutton, Eggleton, Garrett, Cox. Starnes, Turp, Williams, Goncalves, Morrow, Dick, Dennis, Armit

New Farm 1-0 AC Carina Scorers: New Farm – Window

New Farm – Cordova, Window, Gow, Panebianco, Edwards, Reece, Morgan, Niven, Stamatis, Haydon, Anderson, Jo, Gates, Cote, Miller, Obando

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

Kangaroo PR 1-2 Acacia Ridge Scorers: Acacia Ridge – Ilic, Jaimes

KPR – Pullen, Loccisano, K.Smith, Loriaux, Tranent, Evans, B.Smith, Brunton, Black, Tziortzis, Trussler, McNamara, Dewar, Yoshimura

Acacia Ridge – Samardzija, Ilic, Jaimes, Simunovic, Phiri, Navarro-Falcon, Martinez-Gomez, Moncada-Palacios, Bohorquez, Salcedo, Velic, Medina, Carrillo-Monroy, Yepes, Alvarez

Samford 1-1 Clairvaux Scorers: Samford – Manson Clairvaux – Halama-Lumsden

Samford – Embrey, Manson, Harris, Hodson, Neill, Morahan, Raspaskovski, Sparks, Steele, Callaghan, Gray, Davidson, Elder, James, Kibbey, Tretter

Clairvaux – Durham, Halama-Lumsden, Lanagan, Huxley, Bridge, Robinson, Goodchap, Leahy, Gerbich, Sharp. Christian, Davis, Pavlou, De La Flor, L.Cameron, F.Cameron

Ridge Hills 6-3 Jimboomba Scorers: Ridge Hills – Lu x2, Watene, Szantar, Frau, Shorten

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

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

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RESERVES

Narangba 3-3 Tarragindi

Virginia 0-4 Toowong

New Farm 0-0 AC Carina

Kangaroo PR 0-2 Acacia Ridge

Samford 1-0 Clairvaux

Ridge Hills 3-3 Jimboomba

CAPITAL FOUR

North Brisbane recorded their first win of the season seeing off second placed Mooroondu at William Taylor Sports Ground on Friday night by the tune of two goals to one.

Brighton Bulldogs leapfrogged Mooroondu at the top of the standings when they cruised to a four-nil victory over Bardon Latrobe at Bowman Park.

RESULTS

Mooroondu 1-2 North Brisbane

Bardon Latrobe 0-4 Brighton Bulldogs

Logan City Kings – Greenbank

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RESERVES

Mooroondu 3-1 North Brisbane

Bardon Latrobe 3-0 Brighton Bulldogs

Logan City Kings – Greenbank

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