The Daily Wrap – Tuesday 28 April

We’ve gone through all the news sources so you don’t have to. Here’s all the stories making news from across the state today.

1. WIDE BAY THREE CITIES LEAGUE

Brothers Aston Villa were left to ponder their missed opportunities after their scoreless draw against Fraser Flames on Sunday afternoon. Coach Tim Lunnon saying that despite a stout Flames defensive line, his side had ample chances to score but couldn’t convert their opportunities. The draw left put Villa to second on the table behind Doon Villa while Flames remained in tenth.

A version of this story was published in the Bundaberg News-Mail

2. FFA CUP

Nico Bechar will figure heavily in Redlands plans for their FFA Cup clash against Olympic on Wednesday night at the Cleveland Showgrounds. After returning from an off-season playing stint in New Zealand, Bechar has had to wait on the sidelines since Easter, serving out a carryover two-match suspension.

The Frenchman will provide added attacking weight in a Redlands side that has only scored nine goals from seven league games, leaving them near the foot. of the table.

A version of this story was published on the NPL Queensland website

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