REGIONAL WRAP PART 1 – WEEKEND 26-29 MARCH

SUNSHINE COAST PREMIER LEAGUE

Round 4 took place over the weekend with Maroochydore still struggling to find their opening win of the season. Despite taking a 2-0 lead to the break, three unanswered second half goals saw the table-topping Buderim keep their unbeaten record in place with a 3-2 win. Jon Harth and Ben Lynch scoring for Maroochydore.

Coolum picked up their opening win of the season, coming off the bye, with a 3-2 defeat of Nambour Yandina. Liam Culpitt, Blair McLean and Simon Gerbic netting for the Dolphins.

Gympie Diggers were another side to open their 2015 account leaving Beerwah Glasshouse with a long trip home back from the Gold City as Diggers collected a 3-0 victory.

Third took on fourth as Noosa’s 2-all draw with Kawana belied the positions of both sides on the table. The two Matt’s, Thompson and Needham scoring for the Lions with Ryan Delahunty and Luke Ricketts cancelling out their efforts.

The battle of the Snakes saw Woombye prevail at their home ground in a 2-0 victory over Caboolture. Ben Schot and Nick Close scoring for Woombye.

Caloundra had the bye.

The league now takes a break for Easter with matches resuming on Saturday 11 April.

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WIDE BAY THREE CITIES LEAGUE – ROUND 5

Bingera collected their second win of the season with a convincing 8-2 result against Tinana. Jack Hambrecht and Josh Watson with braces for the Bingera, Hayden Loberiger, Brett Kitching, Josh Metcalf and Daniel Watson contributing the other goals. Tyler Gundry with a double of his own for Tinana’s goals.

Brothers Aston Villa the other side in the competition with a perfect record and their latest win came at the expense of Diggers in a 5-1 victory.

KSS Jets ensured that Alloway wouldn’t pick up their maiden victory for 2015 in a 4-2 win where Andrew Wotherspoon collected a double with Brodie MacDonald and Jeremy Gould chipping in for the Jets goals.

Sam Whatman kept his unbeaten record of skipper alive in United Warriors 3-1 defeat of Fraser Flames. Goals to Jacob Lynch with a double and the league’s leading goalscorer, Sam Hill ensured the three points for Warriors.

Previously undefeated Doon Villa was brought back to earth in their match with Across The Waves, Waves prevailing 8-1. Doubles to Joe Williams, and Matt Martin with contributions from Mitchell Aslett, Alex Butler and Robert Thatcher part of Waves haul. Lachlan Kenny the lone scorer for Doon Villa.

The score from the match between United Park Eagles and Sunbury was not available at time of publication.

The league now takes a break for Easter with matches resuming on Saturday 11 April.

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BLK GOLD COAST PREMIER LEAGUE – ROUND 4

Thursday night football came to Mudgeeraba but it was a late winner from Murwillumbah that saw them collect the three points in a 2-1 win. Ryan Cole’s effort for Mudgeeraba not enough to deny Murwillumbah their second win of the season.

A double to Liam Coulson for Palm Beach couldn’t see the Sharks pick up their first win of the season as it was Merrimac who instead picked up their first win in a 3-2 result.

Magic United’s time in the top flight is obviously agreeing with them notching up four wins from four in a convincing 7-1 defeat of Coomera.

Broadbeach rounded out the weekend with a 3-0 defeat of Surfers Paradise, the Dolphins also keeping a perfect four from four record in place. Chris Broadfoot scoring all three goals in a man-of-the-match performance.

The Premier League resumes on Friday 10 April.

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FNQ PREMIER LEAGUE – ROUND 2

Round one was washed out and there were just the two matches in round two with the Leichhardt v Edge Hill match postponed due to both sides featuring in FFA Cup action.

Marlin Coast maintained their half-time lead and ended up taking the points with a 3-2 defeat of Innisfail. Jake Priestly and Damien Galea the scorers for the defeated contingent.

Last year’s runners-up Stratford Dolphins, started off 2015 in perfect form, defeating Southside Comets 4-2. Luke Paron and Mitch Bevan netting for the Comets.

Last year’s Champions, Mareeba had the bye.

Ladder:

1. Stratford 3

2. Marlin Coast 3

3. Edge Hill 0

4. Leichhardt 0

5. Mareeba 0

6. Innisfail 0

7. Southside Comets 0

Hostilities resume with round 3 scheduled to take place on 11/12 April.

We’ll have what happened in Townsville and Toowoomba for you later in the week.

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