Gorilla Sports Saturday Scoreboard – 9 July 2016

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Premiership races, finals places on the line and relegation battles, this time of the season has it all. Catch up on what’s been happening around the grounds thanks to Gorilla Sports.

NPL

Redlands chances of claiming the premiership saved a major blow while Sunshine Coast Fire’s chances of a finals berth were boosted with the Fire coming away 3-2 winners at the Cleveland Showgrounds. Jeremy Stewart scored on the stroke of halftime for a Fire 1-0 lead at the break. Redlands newcomer Lucas Chaim scored both goals for the home side after coming on at halftime while Paul Mikula and Shoichi Koshimizu added to the Fire’s tally in the second half. Full match report – http://bit.ly/29u52AN

A similar tale for Olympic as their finals charge also continues while Brisbane Strikers also saw their premiership aspirations take a step back. Olympic overcoming the obstacle of playing with ten men for almost 50 minutes after the send-off of Shane Stefanuto in a 2-1 win over the Strikers. Ramone Close scored first for Olympic before a reply from Jake Marshall. Olympic sealing the points through Kristen Waters.

Moreton Bay would have thought they had the three points wrapped up, leading 2-0 heading into the 89th minute and with the numerical advantage as their opponents, SWQ Thunder had Mustafa Jafari sent off. The Thunder never gave up though and two goals in the dying embers saw them come away with a 2-2 draw.

Honours shared between FNQ Heat and Brisbane City in their 1-1 draw. Both goals scored in the second half from dead-ball opportunities. Firstly Sam Sibatuara from the penalty spot for City with Jamie Carroll scored with five minutes remaining from a free kick.

Western Pride were able to peg back a Brisbane Roar 2-0 lead midway through the first half to take a 2-2 draw.

WNPL

Olympic 1 v Souths 2

The Gap 10 v Peninsula 0

BRISBANE PREMIER LEAGUE

Holland Park did their finals chances no hard while perhaps ending Logan’s chances of post-season action in a convincing 4-1 win.

Ahamad Azzawi was the star for Capalaba, scoring all four goals for his side in their 4-0 victory over Peninsula whose night was made worse by the sending off of Josh Ahern.

Mitchelton consolidate second place but didn’t have it all their own way, the winner coming in the 89th minute in a 1-0 win over UQFC.

BRISBANE WOMENS PREMIER LEAGUE

Peninsula 6 v Toowong 2

Olympic v Pine Hills

The Gap v Mitchelton

Logan Lightning v Souths

UQFC 0 v Capalaba 0

BRISBANE CAPITAL 1

North Star 2 v Taringa 0

Southside Eagles 2 v Pine Rivers 0

Moggill 2 v Mt Gravatt 2

Grange Thistle 1 v Wolves 3

Souths 1 v Bayside 0

BRISBANE CAPITAL 2

Park Ridge 0 v The Gap 6

BRISBANE CAPITAL 3

Clairvaux 2 v Bardon Latrobe 1

Toowong 0 v Virginia 2

Westside 1 v Jimboomba 1

Newmarket 5 v Mooroondu 1

Narangba 1 v Tarragindi 3

Ridge Hills 1 v AC Carina 0

BRISBANE CAPITAL 4

North Brisbane 1 v Logan Village 0

Brighton 1 v Kangaroo Point Rovers 3

Bethania 1 v Caboolture 2

Samford 17 v Greenbank 1

Springfield 2 v Logan Metro 0

GOLD COAST PREMIER LEAGUE

Surfers Paradise 3 v Magic United 0

Mudgeeraba 1 v Burleigh Heads 2

Coomera 3 v Murwillumbah 4

Palm Beach v Broadbeach

SUNSHINE COAST PREMIER LEAGUE

Gympie Diggers 3 v Kawana 0

Beerwah Glasshouse 3 v Maroochydore 10

Buderim 3 v Noosa Lions 3

Coolum 2 v Woombye 1

Nambour Yandina 0 v Caloundra 0

 

 

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