Gorilla Sports Saturday Scoreboard – 23 April 2016

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Thanks to Gorilla Sports, here’s your catch up of scores from around the grounds in a busy Saturday of football.

NPL

Moreton Bay and Sunshine Coast Fire fought out a 1-1 draw. Scott Stewart scored for both sides, an own goal for the Fire and then a goal for his side.

Redlands have inflicted FNQ Heat’s first loss of the season to close within one point of the league leaders in a 2-0 victory. Match report – http://bit.ly/216JwVd

Brisbane Roar have inflicted more misery on the Northern Fury in a 6-0 win. Jayden Prasad scored a double at the Cleveland Showgrounds, a ground he is very familiar with from his time at Redlands so too did Nick D’Agostino with Joseph Champness and Jesse Daley also chiming in.

Honours shared between Brisbane City and Gold Coast City in a 1-1 draw. Antonio Murray scored for Brisbane City and Ben Litfin for Gold Coast City.

Brisbane Strikers rise up the table continues after a 4-0 win against Western Pride. Rhys Meredith, Fraser Hills and Trent Clulow scored for the Strikers with the Pride also conceding an own goal.

WNPL

Peninsula 1 v Olympic 15

Souths 0 v Easts 0

The Gap 3 v Western Pride 0

BRISBANE PREMIER LEAGUE

Peninsula slumped to another loss while Logan Lightning will take some confidence away in a 2-1 win. Richard Greer and Michael Adarkwah scored first half goals for the Lightning with Ryosuke Kawakami’s effort in the second half for the Power was not enough to complete a comeback.

North Pine scored first but it was all Rochedale after that with a 7-1 spanking resulting at Underwood Park. James Fairgrieve got the visitors off to the best of starts but Rochedale’s goals came through Paul Mooney, Scott Sargent, Daryll Grant, Michael Baird, Lewis Cameron, Seiji Shizuno and Greg Cheshire who all made it onto the scoresheet.

Mitchelton were the better side and came away deserving 1-0 winners against Albany Creek despite having many opportunities to ice the game. Chris Griebsch’s 19th minute goal turned out to be enough to claim the three points.

You can’t stop Capalaba at the moment, playing with plenty of confidence and defying the pundits once again with a 2-0 home victory against Easts.

BRISBANE WOMENS PREMIER LEAGUE

The Gap 0 v Peninsula 2

Olympic 5 v Capalaba 4

Logan Lightning 3 v Pine Hills 1

UQFC v Toowong

BRISBANE – CAPITAL 1

North Star 2 v Bayside 0

Southside Eagles 2 v Wolves 1

Moggill v Grange Thistle – postponed

Brisbane Knights 3 v Mt Gravatt 0

BRISBANE – CAPITAL 2

Acacia Ridge 5 v The Gap 1

Slacks Creek 1 v Redcliffe PCYC 2

New Farm 1 v Oxley 4

Pine Hills 0 v Western Spirit 3

BRISBANE – CAPITAL 3

Westside 2 v Bardon Latrobe 0

Toowong 2 v  Mooroondu 1

Ridge Hills 3 v Virginia 4

Jimboomba 0 v Tarragindi 1

Narangba 2 v AC Carina 1

BRISBANE – CAPITAL 4

Caboolture 20 v Greenbank 0

Logan Metro 8 v Logan Village 1

Kangaroo Point Rovers 0 v Samford 7

Bethania 1 v Logan City Kings 0

GOLD COAST PREMIER LEAGUE

Murwillumbah 5 v Mudgeeraba 3. Match report – http://bit.ly/1SAO3f1

Palm Beach 3 v Coomera 4

 

 

 

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