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The 2017 Westfield FFA Cup kicked off last week in Queensland with 18 action packed games over four days.
The opening match saw Capital League 2 side Pine Rivers FC snatch the winning goal in emphatic fashion. With the match destined for extra time, a Mark Skoda header in injury time saw the Predators overcome Narangba United 2-1.
Pine Rivers will be joined by Park Ridge FC, Centenary Stormers, Annerley FC, Samford Rangers, Tarragindi Tigers FC, Ipswich City FC, Brisbane Force SC, Mt Gravatt Hawks, New Farm United, Acacia Ridge SC, Springfield United FC, The Gap FC, Redcliffe PCYC, Bethania Rams, Pine Hills FC, Toowong FC and St George Willawong FC in Brisbane’s Preliminary Round 3. Clubs will learn their fate on Wednesday 15, February at Football Brisbane’s Flight Centre Premier League and Mt Franklin Women’s Premier League season launch where the next metro draw will be held.
The last metro spot will be determined on Tuesday night as Virginia United take on Western Spirit FC.
Thursday, 9 February
Narangba United 1 – 2 Pine Rivers FC (Match Report)
Friday, 10 February
Mooroondu FC 1 – 2 Park Ridge FC
Caboolture FC 1 – 2 Centenary Stormers
Saturday, 11 February
Moggill FC 2 – 3 Annerley FC
Logan Village SC 1 -5 Samford Rangers
Tarragindi Tigers FC 5 – 4 Oxley United
Ipswich City 1 – 1 AC Carina FC (2-1 ET)
Clairvaux SC 0 – 5 Brisbane Force
Mt Gravatt Hawks 4 – 2 Slacks Creek SC
New Farm United 4 – 3 Westside FC
The Lakes 0 – 10 Acacia Ridge SC
Jimboomba United 1 – 4 Springfield United FC
Newmarket FC 0 – 6 The Gap FC (Match Report)
North Brisbane FC 2 – 4 Redcliffe PCYC
Brighton Bulldogs 0 – 2 Bethania Rams FC
Sunday, 12 February
Kangaroo Point Rovers 1 – 4 Pine Hills FC
Toowong FC 2 – 1 Logan Metro FC
Bardon Latrobe FC 0 – 3 St George Willawong FC (Match Report)