BRISBANE – CAPITAL LEAGUES WRAP 2-3 MAY

By Merson Kean – Brisbane Correspondent

After some heavy rain storms in the days the majority leading into the weekend’s Capital League programme, it fell foul to the weather but there was a handful of games that went ahead, here is what happened.

CAPITAL ONE

In the only game to go ahead in Capital One over the weekend, Moggill claimed all three points over Pine Rivers in a tight contest at Bellbowrie Sports Ground. Moggill scored within the first ten minutes and held the one goal advantage until the break. Rivers came out fighting in the second half and grabbed the equaliser not long into the second but Moggill got themselves back into the lead shortly later and held on to record a victory and move themselves up to third in the ladder.

RESULT, SCORERS and SQUADS

Moggill 2-1 Pine Rivers Scorers: Moggill – Wood, Roshier

Moggill – Sullivan, Wood, Roshier, Chesterfield, Griffiths, Murphy, Wallis, Stevenson, Petroeschevsky, Mavrik, Spence, Webster, Stacey, Davies, Gold, Cobley

Rivers – Walsh, Shore, Condon, Cassimatis, West, Reed, Jackson, Waddell, Cannon, Suggett, Hooper, Roy, James, Freestone

Brisbane Knights P-P Southside Eagles

Annerley P-P Holland Park Hawks

Grange Thistle P-P North Star

North Pine P-P Brisbane Force

Mount Gravatt P-P Bayside

RESERVES

Moggill 4-2 Pine Rivers

CAPITAL TWO

Oxley let fire on Park Ridge’s excursion to Dunlop Park as the home side recorded an astonishing 6-1 victory.Oxley weren’t wasting any time and found themselves 5-0 up by the break as Park Ridge seemed to crumble. The second half was a dull affair but a late Oxley sixth was cancelled out with the last kick of the game to ensure the away side got on the scoresheet. Will Jordan was the man of the match for Oxley rattling in five of their six goals.

Souths and Centenary played out a thriller at Wakerley Park on a night that saw a synthetic pitch used for the first time in a Brisbane League fixture. Stormers lived up to their moniker, scoring four goals for a 4-1 lead at the break. Souths came back fighting and got the score back to within a goal but the away side become the first side to beat Souths all season as they record a 4-3 victory and gain ground on the top of the table.

RESULTS, SCORERS and SQUADS

Oxley 6-1 Park Ridge Scorers: Oxley – Jordan x5, Williams Park Ridge – Wybranowski

Oxley – Dobinson, Jordan, Williams, Kamal-Hamidon, Young, Burt, Ryan, Clarke, Stuckey, Hinds, Tierney, Martin, Thomas, Jonathan, Mulvey, Cook

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

Souths 3-4 Centenary Stormers Scorers: Souths – Skehan, Hodzic, Cocis Stormers – Kleibo, La Carta, F.Mehinagic, Le

Souths – Purnell, Skehan, Hodzic, Young, Cocis, Mortensen, Gjura, Stratford, Smith, Anderson, South, Provians, Velasquez-Ortiz, Alexander

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

Slacks Creek P-P Ipswich City

Pine Hills P-P Westside

Newmarket P-P Western Spirit

Redcliffe PCYC P-P The Gap

RESERVES

Oxley 1-3 Park Ridge

Souths 3-5 Centenary Stormers

CAPITAL THREE

Virginia recorded a 2-1 victory over Narangba in a close fought encounter on Saturday afternoon at a soggy Albert Bishop Park. Virginia’s win means they push up the ladder into sixth as for Narangba they stay second but teams around them have games in hand.

RESULT and SQUADS

Virginia United 2-1 Narangba Scorers: Virginia – Dudurovic, OG

Virginia – Galdun, Paloff, Azim, Gourlay, Passaris, Benard, Hibbits, Geddes, Dudurovic, Claydon, Bowers, Pitt, Leny, Nicolaidis, Milne

Narangba – Wilson, Reedy, Howarth, Richards, Macintyre, Vosten, Day, J.Foster, Holland, Rose, Davis, Thomas, S.Foster, Birkett, Hempstead

AC Carina P-P Acacia Ridge

Jimboomba P-P Kangaroo PR

Toowong P-P Ridge Hills

Clairvaux P-P New Farm

Tarragindi P-P Samford Rangers

RESERVES

Virginia 5-2 Narangba

CAPITAL FOUR

North Brisbane romped to a 7-0 victory over Logan Village on Sunday. North Brisbane continued on from their 2-0 halftime lead to inflict more pain on the visitors, scoring a further five.

Bardon Latrobe P-P Mooroondu

Greenbank P-P Brighton Bulldogs

North Brisbane 7-0 Logan Village

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