BRISBANE – CAPITAL LEAGUES WRAP – WEEKEND 10 to 12 APRIL

By Merson Kean – Brisbane Correspondent

With everyone refreshed from the Easter break, football returned to Brisbane as the Capital Leagues stepped up for their next round of action in what was an action packed weekend, from surprises to arm wrestles, it had it all.

CAPITAL ONE

North Pine top Capital One after a narrow win over Moggill at Bob Brock Park on Saturday night. The Gorillas opened the scoring in the second period via Samuel Heaney and despite a late Moggill surge it wasn’t enough and Pine now have five wins out of six and have impressively only conceded one goal all season.

Bayside headed to Rocklea as favourites for their clash with the Brisbane Knights but the Rocklea based club defied all odds to run out emphatic 6-1 winners to record one of the shocks of the Capital League One season so far. Knights were in dreamland as they raced into a four goal first half lead and they didn’t take their foot of the gas inflicting more distress on their Bayside opponents sticking in another two in the second period as they move up to ninth.

Grange Thistle and Mount Gravatt took a point each as they drew out a keenly contested battle at Dittmer Park. Grange Thistle found themselves in front when Mitchell Robinson put home midway through the first half. Mount Gravatt pressed for the equaliser and got it in the 66th minute when Brett Hay scored for the second game running to ensure the Hawks took a point.

Holland Park took Brisbane Force to the cleaners on their visit to CJ Greenfield Reserve on Friday night running out impressive 7-0 winners over a side that haven’t got a point to their name and a minus twenty goal difference. Holland Park were intent on getting the opener as the peppered early shots but the deadlock was broken on the 13th minute before adding another three before the halftime whistle. Hawks found the net three more times in the second half to record a 7-0 win in a game that saw Matthew McNab score a hat trick.

Pine Rivers edged out North Star at Wendy Allison Park on Saturday evening in an action packed first half. Rivers took the lead after ten minutes but North Star made sure they were in the contest levelling not long after. Rivers managed to find the net on the half an hour mark and held on until the end to move themselves up the ladder to sixth.

Annerley scored late to rescue a point on Friday night at Elder Oval where Southside Eagles were the visitors. The Eagles grabbed the lead in the fifth minute through a deflected effort from Gabirel Garate Zea. Annerley dominated for large parts of the match and Russell Mapri’s side were rewarded for their efforts in the 77th minute when Jaymes O’Brien struck to level the proceedings as both teams take a point each.

RESULTS, SCORERS, SQUADS (where known)

Annerley 1-1 Southside Eagles Scorers: Annerley-O’Brien Southside-Garate Zea

Annerley – Sutherland, O’Brien, Seoane Ruiz, Linsley, Webster, Booth-Mowat, Mauri, Magarry, Garcia, Clarke. O’Brian, MacLennan, Otigbah, Klepo, Capannini, Savage

Southside – Tubbs, Garate Zea, S.Bretag, C.Bretag, McCoy, Patten, Maclot, Hunter, Wiggington, Barlow, Burley, Gordon, Porch, Schafer, Mengotti

Brisbane Force 0-7 Holland Park Hawks Scorers: HPH – McNab x3, Le Petit x2, Brattan, Waldron

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

North Pine 1-0 Moggill Scorers: North Pine – Heaney

North Pine – Bowtell-Harris, Heaney, Hunter, Heath, Smith, Holding, Parker, Rudd, Melville, Fairgrieve, Keslake, Lincoln, Masters, Scott, Christiansen, Culleton

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

Brisbane Knights 6-1 Bayside Scorers: Knights – Garcia x3, Gallichan x2, Reid

Knights – Bowden, Garcia, Gallichan, Reid, Mcevoy, Hairsine, Bek, Harm, Ryu, Romano, Viney, Kljajic, Son, Salazar, Owens, Kim

Bayside – Stuckey, Anthony, Parker, Curtis, King, Thew, Mann, Da Costa, Morrice, Pollicina, Fripp, Shadwell, Dutton, Murray, Dunn

Mount Gravatt 1-1 Grange Thistle Scorers: MG – Hay Grange – Robinson

MG – Burrows, Hay, Skavo, Nicolaidis, Bowater, Neill, M.Sciacca, D.Sciacca, Courtenay, Gamez, Gillespie, Morcus, Canty, Symons, Hussey

Grange – Johnstone, Robinson, Mayberry, Parke, Demuth, Hutton, Collocott, Bimrose, Harris, Xinis, Paget, Draheim, Luxton, Boland, Borrego, McMahon

Pine Rivers 2-1 North Star Scorers: Rivers – Mitchell, Freestone

Rivers -Reed, Hagell, Condon, West, Mitchell, Gibbens, Reed, Jackson, Waddell, Suggett, Hooper, Roy, James, Bryson, Freestone

North Star – Hori, Shore, Bankersio, Embrey, Aldred, Brooks, Kellaway, Wilson, Yule, Rashidi, Head, Umme, Grainger, Crawford

RESERVES

Annerley 2-2 Southside

Brisbane Force – Holland Park

North Pine 1-3 Moggill

Brisbane Knights 3-5

Bayside Mount Gravatt 3-1 Grange Thistle

Pine Rivers 2-0 North Star

CAPITAL TWO

Souths added yet another win to their ever growing tally as they stretch their lead out to four points at the top of the Capital League Two table after a 4-1 win over Westside. Souths went in at the break 1-0 to the good through Elmedin Hodzic but Westside responded after the break to set up an intriguing second half but the boys from Runcorn restored their lead through Joshua Anderson before Harun Omerovic made it 3-1. Souths rounded out the win late on via Joshua Anderson who scored his second of the evening.

Western Spirit made the hike north and came away worthy winners when they took on Redcliffe PCYC at Talobilla Park in the afternoon sun on Saturday. Spirit raced into a 4-1 halftime lead before adding another two in the second half to romp to their second straight win 6-2 which leaves PCYC in the relegation zone.

Oxley were brought back down to earth when they hosted The Gap on Sunday afternoon crashing to their first defeat since the opening day. The Gap found themselves with a three goal cushion at the break and despite a mini fightback in the second half, the Gators ran out 4-2 winners to move them up to seventh.

Centenary Stormers did what they had to do on their excursion to Usher Park as they come away narrow 1-0 victors to inflict more pain on strugglers Slacks Creek. Stormers goal coming through Dino Mehinagic, who adds his second to his season tally as the Stormers move up into fourth.

Park Ridge won the tussle out at Hubner Park when Ipswich City made the trip on Saturday night. Ridge opened the scoring midway through the first half through Aaron Hullett. As the game headed into the final twenty, the Panthers doubled their advantage via Nicholas Merefield but with the game heading into the final five Samuel Wallace struck for the Bulls but it wasn’t enough as the Ridge collect the vital three points in a 2-1 victory.

Pine Hills and Newmarket went toe to toe at James Drysdale Reserve in a massive game for both sides as they both were languishing in the bottom dregs of the competition. Pine Hills managed to record their second win of the season coming out 3-1 winners and moving them out of the relegation zone and above Newmarket.

RESULTS, SCORERS, SQUADS (where known)

Redcliffe PCYC 2-6 Western Spirit Scorers: PCYC-Offer x2

PCYC – Roy, Offer, McNeil, Dent, Scott, Forde, Batistic, Fairgrieve, Hart, Kelly, Croner, Fisher, Parker, Nicholson, Bolton, Hilliar

Park Ridge 2-1 Ipswich City Scorers: Ridge – Hulett, Merefield Ipswich – Wallace

Ridge – Adarkwah, Hulett, Merefield, Savage, Wilson, Vasquez, Calderon, Klein, Knoblauch, Just, Worku, Wybranowski, Drozdek, Robinson

Ipswich – Witney, Wallace, M.Fancourt, Grassick, R.Fancourt, Manttan, Allison, Beahan, Loomes, Mcburnie, Jamal, Condie, Ungermann, C.Heider, A.Heider

Pine Hills 3-1 Newmarket Scorers: Newmarket – Chapman

Hills – Francis, Mallitt, Moffatt, Hinvest, Purcell, Hardwicke, Spelta, Dent, Strachan, Lawrie, Naddei, Birchall

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

Slacks Creek 0-1 Centenary Stormers Scorers: Stormers – D.Mehinagic

Slacks Creek – Mahoney, Barratt, Mcmanagan, Smith, Kischkowski, Harrington, Oudney, Kiefer, Schleemann, Mcgahan, Ford, Broadrick, Hughes, Whyte, Ives, Mutaka

Stormers – Rathbone, D.Mehinagic, Gilbert, Kleibo, Burstow, J.Schofield, Head, Nystrom, F.Mehinagic, Birt, Kilkeary, Brant, A.Schofield, Le, Harris, La Carta

Souths 4-1 Westside Scorers: Souths – Hodzic, Anderson x2, Omerovic Westside – Bulgarelli

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

Westside – Nielsen, Currie, Khoury, Wilson, Bulgarelli, Drew, Sturley, Solano, Duggan, Smith, B.Anson, M.Anson, Renda, Crozier, Wright, Gonzalez

Oxley 2-4 The Gap Scorers: The Gap – Andrews, Nilsen, Flavin, O’Neill

Oxley – Young, Burt, Cranley, Dobinson, Ryan, B.Clarke, L.Clarke, Stuckey, Jordan, Hinds, Tierney, Hill, Allington, Thomas, Jonathan, Mulvey

The Gap – Redman, Andrews, Nilsen, Flavin, O’Neill, Cleary, Molloy, Kolade, Fleet, Kealy, Gillespie, Goundry, Bytheway, Arrow, Mclaughlin, Foley

RESERVES

Redcliffe PCYC 1-4 Western Spirit

Slacks Creek 0-7 Centenary Stormers

Park Ridge 2-4 Ipswich City

Pine Hills 2-2 Newmarket

Souths 1-1 Westside

Oxley 0-4 The Gap

CAPITAL THREE

Acacia Ridge kept up their one hundred percent record when they saw off Jimboomba at Kurrajong Park on Saturday by a scoreline of four goals to nil. Acacia opened the scoring in the first half and added three second half goals to round out the win; remarkably all four goals came from Luka Illic.

AC Carina and Narangba shared the spoils in the game of the week in the division with a 1-1 draw. Carina went in front in the first half courtesy of Leonardo Melo but were pegged back in the second period, the visitors goal coming through Steven Thomas as Narangba remain second and Carina third.

Toowong claimed another win to keep up the pressure on the top three this time seeing off New Farm at Dunmore Park on Friday night. A goal from Ashley Howell and an own goal was enough to give Toowong their third league win, 2-0.

Virginia were denied a win at Clairvaux when that man Adam Halama-Lumsden struck in the 88th minute to give both sides a share of the spoils, 1-1. Virginia are now in sixth and Clairvaux move up to ninth.

Kangaroo Point Rovers registered their first win of the campaign when they convincingly saw off fellow strugglers Samford at Raymond Park. A hat trick from Karill Radchenkov and a brace from Sho Yoshimura helped their side to a 5-2 win and finally lift themselves off the bottom of the table.

Tarragindi romped to a 4-0 comfortable win over Ridge Hills at Esher Street on Saturday and now move up the ladder up into seventh spot as they look to challenge for a finals berth. As for Hills they move down to eighth as inconsistency starts to creep in.

RESULTS, SCORERS, SQUADS (where known)

Clairvaux 1-1 Virginia Scorers: Clairvaux – Halama-Lumsden Virginia-Hibbitts

Clairvaux – Durham, Halama-Lumsden, Colefax, Lanagan, Collins, Bridge, Leahy, Sharp, Christian, Pacheco, Davis, Pavlou, De La Flor, Wright, L.Cameron, F.Cameron

Virginia – Galdun, Hibbitts, Benard, Paloff, Gourlay, Geddes, Dudurovic, Claydon, Leny, Nicolaidis, Savage, Maxwell, Azim, Passaris

Toowong 2-0 New Farm Scorers: Toowong – Howell, own goal

Toowong -Ryan, Morrow, Eggleton, Goncalves, Tewksbury, Turp, Lutton, Starnes, Cox, Kane, Howard, Tavli, Armit, Howell

New Farm – Gow, Dalton, Niven, Stamatis, Haydon, Anderson, Gates, Miller, Obando, Edwards, Reece, Cordova, Morgan

RED CARD – Toowong-Armit

Kangaroo Point Rovers 5-2 Samford Rangers Scorers: KPR – Radchenkov x3, Yoshimura x2

KPR – Black, Radchenkov, Yoshimura, Tranent, Pullen, Loccisano, Barlow, K.Smith, Evans, B.Smith, Brunton, Black, Cunningham, Fantab, Cerlenizza, O’Sullivan

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

AC Carina 1-1 Narangba Scorers: AC Carina – Mello Narangba – Thomas

Carina – Mckee, Trinder, Needs, Bevan, Curran, Ansell, Corbette, Johnson, White, Anstice, Certoma, Mulligan, Stockman, Samuels

Narangba – Hemingway, Hempstead, Thomas, Macintyre, Wilson, Vosten, Meakins, Day, Holland, Rose, Davis, Wilson, Birkett, Kellington, Maddison

RED CARD – AC Carina-Mulligan

Tarragindi Tigers 4-0 Ridge Hills Tarragindi – Gorrie x2, Hustwayte, A.Van Stryp

Tarragindi – Weaver, Gorrie, Birch, T.Van Stryp, Gorrie, Hustwayte, A.Van Stryp, Kelly, Klarwein, Wilkins, Page, Alhamid, Hardwick, Beardmore, Walker, Eldred

Ridge Hills – Woolstencroft, Leslie, Austin, Lu, Lane, Greene, Steel, Olsen, Carwardine, Mudge, Mellor, D’Arcy, Bungey, Shorten, Dummer, Fenwick

Jimboomba 0-4 Acacia Ridge Acacia – Illic x4

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

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

RESERVES

Clairvaux 0-5 Virginia

Toowong 6-0 New Farm

Kangaroo PR – Samford AC

Carina 4-1 Narangba

Tarragindi 3-1 Ridge Hills

Jimboomba 2-8 Acacia Ridge

CAPITAL FOUR

Mooroondu remain second after a 4-2 win on the road this time coming at Logan Village, the win sees Mooroondu level on points with top of the table Brighton Bulldogs who had this weekend’s bye.

Bardon Latrobe saw off the Logan City Kings in a tight tussle at Bowman Park, the lone goal coming from Flynn Moloney who takes his season tally to three and move Latrobe up to third in the ladder.

Bardon Latrobe 1-0 Logan City Kings Scorers: Bardon-Moloney

Logan Village 2-4 Mooroondu Scorers: Mooroondu-Page x2, Terry-Bedwell, Campbell

North Brisbane – Greenbank

RESERVES

Bardon Latrobe 1-0 Logan City Kings

Logan Village 2-2 Mooroondu

North Brisbane – Greenbank

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