Daily Wrap – Tuesday 2 June

A busy news day for a Tuesday, here’s the pick of the headlines making news today.

1. NPL QUEENSLAND

Both Moreton Bay and Western Pride will get to test themselves against international opposition as they take on the Papua New Guinea under 23 side over the next few nights.

More on the NPL Queensland website.

2. CAIRNS

Crystal Palace goalkeeper academy coach Gary Phillips ran more than 60 aspiring keepers of all ages through their paces as part of a series of sessions he’ll conduct in Queensland over the next week.

More at the Cairns Post.

3. CENTRAL QUEENSLAND

Capricorn Coast recorded a draw and a win in the same match against Clinton. The match doubled as both a Premier League match and the pre-season CQ Cup, a match delayed by Cyclone Marcia from earlier in the year.

More at the Morning Bulletin.

4. SUNSHINE COAST

Three goals are normally enough to get a result out of a match but that wasn’t the case for Gympie Diggers in their match against Caloundra on Saturday night.

More at the Gympie Times.

5. SUNSHINE COAST

Sunshine Coast under 16 goalkeeper Josh Wall is the latest Fire player to be acknowledged and slated in for higher honours. Wall has been invited by Football Federation Australia to join the Australian National Under-17s (Joeys) training camp, as one of 13 players across three countries asked to take part.

More at the Sunshine Coast Daily

6. NPL QUEENSLAND WOMENS

Western Pride have rallied for their third win of the season at the expense of SWQ Thunder.

More at the Queensland Times.

7. IPSWICH

Ipswich Knights and Western Spirit womens divisional teams enjoyed success over the opponents on the weekend.

More at the Queensland Times.

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