Daily Wrap – Thursday 30 April 2015

We’ve gone through the news sources to find what’s been making news today. Here’s our wrap from around the state.

1. WIDE BAY

They scored eleven goals in their win over Tinana but that wasn’t enough for Doon Villa’s captain Ryan Crawford. He labelled it as the side’s worst performance of the year. Imagine how much better they would have been had they been on song.

The full version of this story was published in the Fraser Coast Chronicle

2. IPSWICH

A bunch of students from the University of Southern Queensland attended Brisbane Roar’s A-League game against Newcastle on Friday night as part of the partnership between the uni and the club. The students have formed a supporters club and hope to provide a strong presence at future games.

The full version of this story was published in the Queensland Times

3. FFA CUP – SOUTH-WEST QUEENSLAND

Penalties required to sort out the winner of Wednesday night’s FFA Cup clash between Willowburn and West Wanderers. It was ultimately West Wanderers that prevailed after scores were locked at 1-1 after extra time.

The full version of this story was published in The Chronicle

4. YOUNG MATILDAS

Four Brisbane Roar players, Goalkeeper Teagan Micah, defenders Angela Beard and Brooke Goodrich and striker Sunny Franco have been selected in the Young Matildas squad to take part in the AFF Women’s Championship in Vietnam.

The full version of this story was published on the Brisbane Roar website

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