Brisbane Strikers secured their first win of the NPL Queensland season on Friday night with a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Redlands United at Cleveland Showgrounds.
Deadlocked at 0-0 with five minutes to go and with both sides desperately searching for their first victory of the NPL Queensland season, Lions FC marksman Marek Madle netted a late winner for the away side.
A hat-trick from Brisbane Roar FC’s Daniel Leck was the highlight as Foxtel Y-League champions Brisbane Roar downed SWQ Thunder 5-2.
NPL Queensland newcomers Gold Coast Knights secured the three points with a dramatic 3-2 stoppage time victory over Western Pride FC.
After two send-offs for the home side and one for Peninsula Power, Aaron Philp’s men overcame a 2-0 half-time deficit to overcome Eastern Suburbs in a fiery encounter at Heath Park.
Brisbane City captain Sam Sibatuara scored his third goal in two games to lead his side to a 3-0 victory over Sunshine Coast FC.
Due to poor weather in North Queensland, the match between Magpies Crusaders and Olympic FC at Sologinkin Oval was postponed. This match will be played in the make-up round, commencing Friday, 19 July.
Moreton Bay United had the week off in Round 2. Their attention now turns to facing reigning NPL Queensland Premiers Lions FC at Lions Stadium this coming Saturday.
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