Ladder-leaders, Peninsula Power can put their feet up after making an electrifying start to the season, with a bye this weekend. Sunshine Coast Wanderers have the opportunity to close the gap at the top of the table.
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.
The Peninsula Power finally dropped points this week, after a charged-up Logan Lightning delivered away from home. Ipswich was blown away by Eastern Suburbs after leading 2-1 and former-Socceroo defender Jon McKain winds back the clock for Rochedale.
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.
Football Queensland has strengthened the women’s game with the appointment of Kerry Hammersley as Female Participation Officer.
The NPL battlefield has settled after round 10, with the ladder leaders intact as the mid-table teams fight to keep pace.
Round 10 of the FQPL continued the trend of goals coming from the previous week. Some were thrilling close contests. While others were far from it.
Round 10 saw the ladder leaders continue their fight for prime position, as the pack behind them snap at their heels.
Football Queensland are pleased to announce teenage Brisbane referee Bailey Jacobsen as the March winner of the Referee of the Month award.
Football Queensland (FQ) is pleased to announce Gabor Ganczer as the new State Technical Director.
Football Queensland (FQ) and Football Federation Northern Territory (FFNT) have reached an agreement which will see Queensland referees train and mentor match officials in the top end.
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!