National Premier Leagues Women’s (NPLW) Queensland Golden Boot winner Meaghan McElligott has been rewarded for a stellar 2018 campaign, signing a contract with two-time Westfield W-League Champions Canberra United.
Football Queensland (FQ) would like to congratulate the Premiership, Grand Final and Playing Style Award winners of the National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland, NPL Women’s (NPLW) Queensland and Football Queensland Premier League junior competitions.
Brisbane Roar/NTC have claimed Championship glory, defeating Premiers The Gap FC 1-0 in the NPLW Queensland Grand Final at Walton Bridge Reserve.
Football Queensland (FQ) is pleased to announce Matt Skinner, Lucinda Robertson and Lara Lee as the Grand Final referees for the 2018 National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland, NPL Women’s (NPLW) Queensland and Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL) Grand Finals.
Premiers The Gap FC, currently on a 16 game winning streak, will do battle against a Brisbane Roar NTC side on a late season charge for glory in this year’s NPLW title decider at Walton Bridge Reserve on Sunday afternoon.
Brisbane Roar/NTC remain in red-hot form and continue their end-of-season surge, defeating Lions FC to book a spot in the NPLW Queensland Grand Final.
Elsewhere, Premiers The Gap FC earned the right to host the NPLW Grand Final with a 3-0 win over Souths United.
Premiers The Gap FC host Souths United on Saturday night, before Lions FC welcome BRFC/NTC in the first week of the NPLW Finals Series.
They’ve helped their clubs to the Premiership in their respective competitions, but can these leading goalscorers take their form into the Finals Series?
The dates, venues and kick-off times have been confirmed for this weekend’s National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland, NPL Women’s (NPLW) Queensland and Football Queensland Premier League (FQPL) Semi Finals.
Lions have secured a home semi-final with a win over Souths United, while The Gap have extended their winning streak to 15 games in the final round of the 2018 NPLW Queensland.
Three teams can still finish second and claim the precious advantage of a home semi-final, while recently-crowned Premiers the Gap FC are aiming to end the regular season with 15 consecutive victories.
With the remaining three NPLW Queensland finals places hinging on the results of this round’s games, it’s not just team against team, but twin against twin—potentially two weeks in a row.