And then there was one. With a Brenton Fox double, Peninsula Power remain undefeated through the first seven rounds of NPL action with a comprehensive 5-1 away win over Olympic FC.
Down 2-1 at the half, Eastern Suburbs fought back with a 90th minute winner courtesy of an Abrahim Yango brace, to nab Easts a much-needed victory over Brisbane City FC.
An end-to-end affair with record crowds in attendance, teams were unable to be separated in the inaugural Gold Coast Derby with points shared between the two sides courtesy of goals to Max Brown of the Knights and Conor Smith of GC United.
A hat-trick to Michael Lyall sealed the deal for the Magpies Crusaders over a Sunshine Coast side who are still searching for their first win of the season.
A first-half goal to Alexander Parsons was all that was needed for Western Pride to secure victory over Redlands United, who were unable to replicate their magic of last weekend.
The wet-weather weekend forced the away fixture for Lions FC to be flipped, which played to the new host’s favor as they had a convincing win over Brisbane Strikers. Chris Hatfield grabbed himself a double whilst Luke Borean kept his fifth consecutive clean sheet.
Riley Campbell and Chom Arop both bagged a brace to give Moreton Bay a vital three points to move within two of Brisbane Roar Youth on the NPL ladder.
SWQ Thunder had a bye in Round 7 and will look to this weekend’s fixture against Redlands United at Clive Berghofer Stadium for their first win of the season.
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