Gorilla Sports Saturday Scoreboard – 16 April 2016

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Once again thanks to Gorilla Sports, specialising in football supplies of on-field and off-field clothing, let’s bring you up to date with scores from around the grounds.

FFA CUP

Central Queensland – Frenchville are repeating their 2015 deep run in the competition after eliminating Boyne Island Tannum Sands 4-1 in the CQ zone playoff. Frenchville’s next opponent will be the winner of Mackay Wanderers and Mackay Magpies that will be played on 30 April.

NPL

Darcy McCormack and Jamie Carroll scored in the first half for the FNQ Heat but a Brisbane Roar goal midway through the second half provided some nerves for the home side but the Heat’s unbeaten start to the season remains untainted after holding on to a 2-1 win.

The SWQ Thunder have been brought back to earth after being thumped by Gold Coast City 7-1.

An early dubious penalty was unable to be converted by the Sunshine Coast’s Paul Mikula with the Brisbane Strikers scoring three unanswered goals from there through a double to Rhys Meredith and Fraser Hills with a single. The Strikers run of good form continuing in a 3-0 victory.

A 90th minute goal to Redlands has seen them steal the three points in a 2-1 win over Western Pride.

Northern Fury have put in another competitive effort for the second week in a row but have ultimately come up short in a 3-2 loss to Brisbane City in Ingham.

WNPL

Gold Coast City came away comprehensive 11 -0 winners against Peninsula Power at home. Stephanie Foreman and Jayde Lowe both scoring hat-tricks.

Easts were also comprehensive winners, 7-0 against the Sunshine Coast Fire.

Two early second half goals to Bec Price and Greta Bodey sealed a 2-0 win for The Gap over Olympic. Full match report – http://bit.ly/1TaRKrQ

BRISBANE PREMIER LEAGUE

Albany Creek won the derby against close neighbours Peninsula Power 3-0.

Mitchelton are back to winning ways after accounting for North Pine 5-0.

A topsy-turvy game between Capalaba and Logan Lightning. Capalaba took a 2-0 lead into the break before Logan pulled one back ten minutes after the break. Capalaba were then reduced to ten men on the hour mark with the resulting penalty converted by Logan to put the match at 2-2. Logan then went into the lead for the first time in the match before Capalaba scored two goals in the final ten minutes to run out 4-3 winners.

BRISBANE WOMENS PREMIER LEAGUE

Toowong 0 v Logan Lightning 6

Mitchelton 5 v UQFC 0

Pine Hills 4 v The Gap 1

Souths v Easts

BRISBANE CAPITAL 1

Wolves 1 v North Star 4

Bayside 5 v Moggill 0

Taringa 1 v Brisbane Knights 2 (First loss for Taringa for the season)

Grange Thistle 2 v Souths 4

Pine Rivers v Centenary

BRISBANE CAPITAL 2

Oxley 2 v Park Ridge 1

Western Spirit 7 v New Farm 0

The Gap 4 v Pine Hills 0

Redcliffe PCYC 1 v Acacia Ridge 9

BRISBANE CAPITAL 3

AC Carina 1 v Clairvaux 2 (Thursday)

Bardon Latrobe 1 v Toowong 4

Virginia 3 v Jimboomba 2

Tarragindi 2 v Westside 4

Newmarket 3 v Ridge Hills 1

Mooroondu 0 v Narangba 4

BRISBANE CAPITAL 4

North Brisbane 1 v Logan Metro 1

Bethania 3 v Kangaroo Point Rovers 1

Brighton v Logan City Kings

Samford 3 v Caboolture 3

Springfield 1 v Deception Bay 2

GOLD COAST PREMIER LEAGUE

Murwillumbah 2 v Palm Beach 5

Burleigh Heads 1 v Broadbeach 4

Coomera 2 v Surfers Paradise 3

Magic United 5 v Mudgeeraba 1

SUNSHINE COAST PREMIER LEAGUE

Caloundra 2 v Nambour Yandina 1

Kawana 3 v Gympie Diggers 2

Maroochydore 9 v Beerwah Glasshouse 0

Woombye 6 v Coolum 1

Noosa Lions 1 v Buderim 1

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