Daily Wrap – Monday 1 June

1. WIDE BAY

Top three sides in the Three Cities League, United Park Eagles, Across The Waves and Doon Villa now have a six-point gap between them and fourth as the teams completed their first round of fixtures last weekend.

More at the Fraser Coast Chronicle.

2. SUNSHINE COAST

Despite a 3-1 loss to Kawana, Buderim coach Craig Williams is upbeat about his side’s chances heading into the second half o of the Sunshine Coast Premier League season.

From the Sunshine Coast Daily

3. NPL QUEENSLAND

Sunshine Coast Fire still remain in fourth place on the ladder despite their third loss in a row, the latest to Brisbane City on Sunday afternoon.

More at the Sunshine Coast Daily.

4. BRISBANE – CAPITAL 2

It was tough to come up with a starting eleven due to illness and injury but Western Spirit lived up to their moniker with a win against The Gap.

More at the Queensland Times.

5. IPSWICH

Varying fortunes for the Ipswich sides, Western Pride in the NPL and Ipswich Knights in the BPL. Pride easily accounting for the SWQ Thunder while the Knights were bitten in the last ten minutes by Easts.

More at the Queensland Times.

6. TOOWOOMBA

Ladder leaders West Wanderers and St Albans played out a tight contest while Willowburn are beginning to overturn their slow start to the season.

More at The Chronicle

7. NPL QUEENSLAND

Another tough loss for the Thunder at home, they’ll be hoping to bounce back in next weekend’s FFA Cup fixture against Palm Beach.

More at The Chronicle

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