The regional Premier Leagues are back in action after the Easter break, let’s take a look in part one of our wrap-up what took place in Wide Bay, Central Queensland, Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast.



Fraser Flames recorded their inaugural win in the competition defeating Maryborough’s Sunbury 4-1. Regan Hughes with a double was a contributor for the winners while Jayden Zampech scored for Sunbury


Tinana were another side to collect their first three points for the season taking a tight 1-0 win against fellow cellar dwellers, Alloway.


Bingera remain in touch with the top four after defeating fellow Bundaberg outfit, Diggers 3-1


Brothers Aston Villa remains top of the league in a convincing 4-1 display over United Warriors. Blake O’Brien, Kyle Taylor, Jaryd Bennier and Lachlan Scarborough doing the damage for Villa.


A high scoring affair between Doon Villa and United Park Eagles with neither side able to be split after 90 minutes, the match ending in a 3-3 draw. Lachlan Kenny with a double and Cody Klein the Doon Villa scorers while Brendan Davis collected a brace for Eagles with Chris McKenzie chipping in for the other.


Across The Waves moved into third on the ladder with a 2-0 defeat of KSS Jets.

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Competitive action got underway in Central Queensland with Nerimbera putting a tough month behind them, collecting all three points in their travels to Emerald in a 2-1 win. Shannon Elford’s efforts for the home side not enough to get his side the result they were after.


Zaki Benamar, Scott Rouse and Mitch Innocend all scored for Clinton in their 3-2 win over Capricorn Coast in Gladstone. While Bluebirds accounted for Berserker 3-0, Bradd Dillon and Josh Hinds amongst the goal scorers.


Southside’s league match against Frenchville was postponed, both clubs participating in an FFA Cup clash against each other. For the record, Frenchville won that Cup clash 4-2 in extra time.


Bluebirds 3

Nerimbera 3

Clinton 3

Frenchville 0

Southside 0

Emerald 0

Capricorn Coast 0

Berserker 0


Maroochydore collected their first win of the season with Michael Scarff the major provider scoring a hat-trick in his side’s 6-0 win against Beerwah Glasshouse. Ben Lynch with a double and Nick Scarff also getting on the scorer’s list.

It lined up as a tight matchup between Buderim and Noosa with both clubs in the top four and that’s the way it turned out with the sides fighting out a 1-1 draw. Jordan Burgess netted for Buderim while Alex Barlow cancelled out his effort.

Coolum are just outside the top four with a 3-1 win over Caloundra. John Stansbie, Nick Skinner and Elliott Marsay scorers for Coolum on the night.

Kawana were big 6-0 winners over Caboolture, taking them to the top of the table on goal difference over Buderim. Ryan Delahunty and Luke Ricketts with two goals each, Aidan Little and Kayden Oakes making up the half-dozen.

Gympie Diggers collected the three points away at Nambour Yandina with a 2-1. Ray Lenssen’s effort not enough for the home side as Adam Cross and Joel Bond ensured their side would return to the Gold City with all three points.


Woombye had the bye.

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Six individual goal scorers as Magic United continued winning ways with a 6-0 win over Mudgeeraba on Friday night. Matthews, Smith, Saunders, Morton, Stollery and Mutch finding the back of the net.


Murwillumbah and Surfers Paradise shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw, also on Friday night. Bruno Rodriguez and Indrek Valejev the goal scorers for Surfers.


A high-scoring affair but Broadbeach were able to keep their winning record intact in a 4 -3 defeat of Merrimac. Justin Watmough and Leon Bell amongst those to ensure that Broadie’s perfect record remains in place.


Another match with plenty of goals but no winner in this case, Coomera and Palm Beach playing out a 3-3 draw. Dimitrios Sofatzis, John Griffin and Tomohiro Fujimani netting for Coomera.

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Wrap-ups of Far North Queensland, Townsville, Mackay and Toowoomba will be up later this week.