Brisbane Capital Leagues Round 3 Review

Merson Kean (@mersonk1)

Round three of the Brisbane Capital Leagues threw up plenty of goals, feisty encounters including one that saw five red cards dished out. Here’s some of the talking points out of the weekend.


Taringa Rovers top the table after a third successive win defeating Bayside 2-0 at Don Randall Oval. Rovers opened the scoring in the thirty-ninth minute via the penalty spot from Omar Hamid and the score was rounded out in the fifty-fourth as Jason Harrigan made sure Taringa move on to nine points and yet to concede this season in the process.

Souths United put on a perfect second half display winning 3-0 over Southside Eagles who slumped to their first defeat at Wakerley Park. Harun Omerovic, Niall Stockwell and Joshua Anderson helped Souths to their second league win.

Wolves FC put their loss at Taringa last week behind them accounting for Mount Gravatt at Carmichael Park 4-1. In a tight first half, the Wolves led 1-0 but in the second stanza it was one way traffic as the Wynnum based club raced on to hand out Mount Gravatt’s third successive loss.

Moggill claimed their second league win in a row this time sprinting to a 4-2 home victory over Centenary Stormers. Moggill were 4-0 up at the break via a goal from Mark Robertson and a hat-trick from Charlie Spencer. The Stormers put on an early second half recovery pegging two back from Saviour Jansuk and Fedja Mehinagic but it wasn’t enough as they fall to their third defeat on the spin.

North Star came back from the dead to earn a vital draw at home to Brisbane Knights at O’Callaghan Park. A penalty from Jay Reid and an own goal ensured Knights went in at the break up 2-0. North Star put on a great second half effort pulling it back to 2-2. The draw earns Knights their first point of the year whilst Star move on to four points.

Grange Thistle and Pine Rivers’s encounter will have to wait after their match was postponed with the field at Lanham Park still under maintenance.


The Gap Gators top the division after a hard fought 1-1 draw at Ipswich City Bulls. Mark Fancourt gave the home side the lead in the second minute but that was cancelled out in the second half as The Gators Ryuhei Nose converted a penalty.

Annerley put pay to Acacia Ridge’s unbeaten season opening claiming a 2-0 win at Elder Oval. James Gun and Jason Launchbury ensured that Annerley recorded a vital second win of the campaign.

New Farm United raced to a 2-0 away win at Slacks Creek, the win sees New Farm rise into the top four while Creek they are yet to register a point.

Brisbane Force picked up their first league win with a 5-1 demolition of Redcliffe PCYC at CJ Greenfield Reserve. The defeat leaves PCYC languishing at the bottom of Cap Two without a single point.

Oxley United faced more disappointment after they lost 2-1 at the hands of Western Spirit at Dunlop Park. Will Jordan’s early goal wasn’t enough as Spirit pulled off the perfect comeback to ensure they claimed all three points.

Pine Hills took the chocolates 5-4 in what must have been a very feisty game against Park Ridge at James Drysdale Reserve. The Pythons found themselves 4-1 up at the break and despite a spirited comeback from the Panthers, it wasn’t enough in what was an ill- tempered clash that saw five red cards dished out.


Toowong look the team to beat in Cap Three after recording yet another win, this time an emphatic 6-1 away effort at Ridge Hills. The Phoenix have made it three consecutive wins while for Hills they are yet to register a point.

Tarragindi Tigers made sure of their unbeaten start as they put pay to AC Carina 4-1 at the Abruzzo Club. The win keeps Tarragindi joint top along with Toowong.

Virginia are another side whose one hundred percent record is still intact inflicting Newmarket’s first loss of the season in a 3-0 away day victory.

Narangba and Westside played out an epic at the Narangba Sports Complex as neither side could be separated in an entertaining 3-3 draw.

Mooroondu picked up their first win of the season as they safely moved aside Bardon Latrobe 2-0 at the William Taylor Sports Field.

Clairvaux were on the end of their second defeat of the season as Jimboomba put on a fine display winning 5-2 to secure their first league win of 2016.


Bethania Rams defied the odds, finishing with nine men but still taking the spoils on their visit to Logan Village coming away 2-1 winners to push them up to top of the table and maintain their one hundred percent start.

Deception Bay rallied to a second consecutive win this time accounting for Logan City Kings 4-2 at Progress Park .

Samford Rangers romped to a 5-1 success over North Brisbane in their first league game of the season as they look to start their rise back up the divisions.

Kangaroo Point Rovers grabbed the three points in their encounter at Greenbank coming away 5-3 winners to give them back to back away day wins.

St George Willawong and Caboolture will need to wait until the 7th of August after their match was postponed.

Logan Metro claimed their second Football Brisbane win this time beating Brighton Bulldogs 3-1 at Compton Park.

Springfield had the bye.