The Daily Wrap – Wednesday 29 April 2015

1. A-LEAGUE

Former Rochedale Rovers junior, Luke Brattan, will continue to keep firing at goal despite having the second most shots on goal for the Brisbane Roar this season but not able to convert any into goals. The Brisbane Roar travel to Adelaide United for the A-League elimination final to be played at Adelaide Oval on Friday night.

The full story was published in The Morning Bulletin.

2. BUNDABERG

Harry Kewell has been in Bundaberg providing a two-day coaching clinic for the city’s juniors football. Kewell is hoping that this is a platform from which he can launch a coaching career.

The full story was published in The News-Mail.

3. GYMPIE

Local football identity, Daryll Cash, has started up the Gympie Football Academy. The academy’s aim is to identify players who could go on to bigger and better things in their football career.

The full story was published in The Gympie Times.

4. FFA CUP

After an off-season move to Olympic, Michael Lee is looking forward to a return to his old stomping ground, Cleveland Showgrounds to take on his former side, Redlands. Lee scored in the 1-1 draw between these sides in round three on the NPL Queensland. Redlands host Olympic in Brisbane FFA Cup round five action from 7:15pm tonight.

The full story was published on the Olympic FC website.

5. IPSWICH – SCHOOLS

After a goalless first half, the match between Ipswich Grammar and Brisbane Boys College opened up in the second half in which the home side ended up on the wrong side of the ledger, Grammar going down 4-3 to BBC.

The full story was published in the Queensland Times.

6. IPSWICH – WOMENS FOOTBALL

Western Spirit opened up the scoring in the first minute in their Division Three match over the weekend but despite that quick start, their opponents Capalaba came away 3-2 victors.

The full story was published in the Queensland Times.

7. A-LEAGUE

Toowoomba product, Daniel Bowles, is looking forward to playing against the club he spent two years at in Adelaide United. A new dimension to this contest appeals to Bowles, while he has played against his former club previously, the allure of elimination finals adds that extra little spice.

The full story was published in The Chronicle.

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