Dylan Wenzel-Halls has been rewarded for his outstanding National Premier Leagues (NPL) Queensland form with the ultimate prize, a one-year contract with three-time Hyundai A-League Champions Brisbane Roar.
Round 12 of the National Premier League throws up some huge matches. With just 1 point separating 8th from 13th on the ladder, the first ever NPL Queensland relegation battle is heating up.
How will new leaders Western Pride deal with being on top, and will Olympic FC rebound from suffering their first loss of the season? It’s set to be an exciting weekend of action.
Round 12 promises to be a crucial weekend for a number of sides, with The Gap FC aiming to re-climb the table after falling to third. However, fourth-placed Moreton Bay United stand in the way.
In this week of the Women’s National Premier League, Lions FC snuck home against The Gap FC. Meanwhile, Souths United grabbed pole position with a big win against Mitchelton.
In this round of the National Premier League, a stunning finish by the Magpies Crusaders helped them past Redlands United. Western Pride put on a show against Brisbane Roar FC Youth, and Brisbane Strikers prevailed to topple the ladder leaders.
Round 11 will see the top half of the table make some key moves, with a handful of leading teams clashing for three points.
Who will remain at the top of the table? Who will maintain winning streaks? We take a look ahead to a key round of matches.
The Westfield Matildas will play Japan in the final of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup in Jordan tomorrow morning (Saturday, 3am AEST) after they defeated Thailand on penalties in the semi-final of the competition earlier in the week.
The NPL battlefield has settled after round 10, with the ladder leaders intact as the mid-table teams fight to keep pace.
Round 10 saw the ladder leaders continue their fight for prime position, as the pack behind them snap at their heels.
Round 10 gives football fans a range of mouth-watering matches to feast on.
For the few undefeated teams their job remains the same – stay undefeated!
As the Easter break draws to a close we look back on round nine of the NPLW. Although the wet weather played havoc once again, there was definitely no shortage of goals.
Round nine brought football back with a bang after the Easter break, with a host of a big matches and big results.