Gorilla Sports Saturday night scoreboard – 5 March 2015

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Gorilla Sports Australia have been heavily involved 28 years, specialising in on-field and off-field football and they proudly bring you the results from around the traps.

NPL

Antonio Murray provided the opening goal for Brisbane City before Mustafa Jafari replied for SWQ Thunder after halftime. Sam Sibatuara scoring the winner with twenty minutes remaining and Brisbane City taking a 2-1 win in Toowoomba.

Michael Lee scored on the stroke of halftime for Redlands. An own goal conceded by Greig Henslee made it 2-0 for the visitors. Shelford Dais pulled one back for the Brisbane Strikers but Graham Fyfe made sure of a Red Devils victory, Redlands winning 3-1.

Moreton Bay’s perfect start to the season continued in a 3-1 win over the Roar. Jordan Farina scoring for the Jets in the first half, the reply for the Roar coming from former Moreton Bay player Joseph Champness and the teams locked at 1-1 at the break.
Moreton Bay v Brisbane Roar. Two second half Jets goals to Scott Stewart and Alex Janovsky sealed the three points.

Four individual goal scorers for the FNQ Heat in their 4-0 win over the Sunshine Coast Fire. Jamie Carroll, Jamie Gosling, Kieran Sanders and Josh Pin all finding the net.

Western Pride 2 v Gold Coast City 6

WNPL

SWQ Thunder 5 (Harriet Killen 5’, Melanie Lloyd 35’, own goal 47’, Abby Lloyd 71’, Sophie Fuller 80’) v Peninsula 1 (Michelle Le Roux 59′)

Souths 6 v Sunshine Coast Fire 0

BRISBANE PREMIER LEAGUE

A comprehensive second half performance saw Lions immediately bounce back from last week’s defeat in a 4-1 victory over Mitchelton. Full match report – http://bit.ly/21MAbWq

Two goals in two minutes to Dean Briggs and Jeff Woodward gave Holland Park a 2-0 win over Capalaba.

A last gasp injury time goal to Kado Aoci saw Peninsula claim a point in their trip to Rochedale. Paul Mooney’s 75th minute goal for Rochedale not enough in the end as the match finished at 1-1.

Albany Creek defeated North Pine for the second time in the space of four days, this time 4-2. Goal scorers for Albany Creek were Christian Sorbello with a double, Riley Campbell and Sasa Radulovic.

BRISBANE WOMENS PREMIER LEAGUE

Peninsula 1 v Capalaba 2

The Gap 0 v Annerley 3

Logan Lightning 3 v Easts 1

Toowong 1 v Mitchelton 6

Olympic 2 v UQFC 0

BRISBANE CAPITAL 1

North Star 2 v Brisbane Knights 2

Wolves 4 v Mt Gravatt 1

Moggill 4 v Centenary 2

Grange Thistle v Pine Rivers – postponed

BRISBANE CAPITAL 2

Oxley 1 v Western Spirit 2

Ipswich City 1 v The Gap 1

Brisbane Force 5 v Redcliffe PCYC 1

Pine Hills 5 v Park Ridge 4. Just a lazy 5 send-off in this one.

Slacks Creek 0 v New Farm 2

BRISBANE CAPITAL 3 

Newmarket 0 v Virginia 3

Ridge Hills 1 v Toowong 6

Narangba v Westside

BRISBANE CAPITAL 4

Logan Metro 3 v Brighton 1

Greenbank 3 v Kangaroo Point Rovers 5

Logan Village 1 v Bethania 2

Samford 5 v North Brisbane 1

Deception Bay 4 v Logan City Kings 2

St George Willawong v Caboolture – postponed

Springfield – BYE

GOLD COAST PREMIER LEAGUE

Surfers Paradise 4 v Mudgeeraba 0

Palm Beach 3 v Burleigh Heads 0

Magic United 5 v Murwillumbah 2

Broadbeach 3 v Coomera 1

FFA CUP – SUNSHINE COAST

Beerwah Glasshouse 4 v Nambour Yandina 2

Buderim 3 v Maroochydore 2 (after extra time)

Kawana 3 v Caloundra 1

Woombye 3 (Joel Couacaud, Josh Walton x 2) v Coolum 0

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