The First Group Stage of the Football Queensland (FQ) E-Series competition continues as Round 5 came to a close last night.
The tables are starting to shape up across the four competitions as some players continue to excel, while others have recorded a mixed bag of results to date.
In the PS4 Juniors competition, players representing Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast clubs performed well, recording a number of wins over Brisbane-based opponents.
The tables were turned in the PS4 Seniors competition this round though, with participants representing Brisbane clubs coming out on top in multiple matches against Coast-based opponents.
In the Xbox Juniors, Edge Hill United representatives dominated Regional Pool B, with both players recording solid wins in their Round 5 clashes, while participants representing Townsville Brothers continue to top both regional pools in the Xbox Seniors competition after five rounds.
Round 5 Results:
Round 6 of the First Group stage will finish this Wednesday at 11:59pm.
A number of players have been excluded from the tournament in recent rounds as per the FQ E-Series Competition Rules after failing to complete three consecutive matches or attempt to contact their opponent for three fixtures.
All players who have been excluded will now have all their fixtures in SportsTG recorded as a bye, including previous rounds.
What does this mean for players still participating?
All players will now record a bye for upcoming fixtures when facing an opponent who has been excluded from the tournament. For this reason, all matches previously recorded as a 3-0 win due to a forfeit of a player who has been removed from the competition will now show as a bye instead to ensure consistency across the rounds.
SportsTG has been updated accordingly, and all players can view their results and ladder standings using the instructions below.
Sending Video Clips
We want to share the action from the FQ E-Series, so we encourage players to record and provide short clips from their matches to Football Queensland which may be used to create highlight reels, goal packages, funny videos and more.