A Cian Cuba stunner broke a 2-2 deadlock in the final minutes of play to give Gold Coast United the three points with the win over Brisbane Roar Youth.
Despite being down 3-0 at the half and reduced to 10 men with a red card to Murilo Oliveira early in the second, Redlands United secure their first win of the NPL season over Magpies Crusaders courtesy of a Shuto Kuboyama hat-trick.
Locked at 1-1 at the half, Western Pride ran away with the game in the second, courtesy of a brace to Patrick Izett and goals to Chris Anderson and Michael Morrow.
A gritty performance from both Strikers and Moreton Bay saw each grab a share of the points with a draw over the weekend at Perry Park. Strikers are still on the hunt for their first home victory of the season.
In another come from behind victory for the round, Peninsula Power remain undefeated and sit at the top of the NPL ladder through the first six rounds of action. Down 1-0 at the half courtesy of a goal to Sam Smith, Power clawed their way back to victory, showing their power as a title threat. Goals to Sekou Jomanday and Brenton Fox sealed the deal for Peninsula Power over Gold Coast Knights.
Seven of the best for Lions FC in a massive victory in the Brisbane Classico against fierce rivals Brisbane City. City were unable to stop the attacking prowess of Lions with seven different goal scorers continuing their strong premiership defense.
A strong showcase away from home helped secure the victory for Olympic FC seeing them take all available points from their first four rounds played. This week sees a mouthwatering top of the table clash with the two undefeated teams left in the NPL in Olympic FC and Peninsula Power facing off.
Following a bye for Eastern Suburbs last weekend, Round 7 will see them take on Brisbane City who will be eager to bounce back from their disappointing loss to Lions.
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