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.
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.
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 gives football fans a range of mouth-watering matches to feast on. For the few undefeated teams their job remains the same – stay undefeated!
Round nine of the FQPL served up a mixed bag for football fans. Majority of games were decided by the narrowest of margins, with a few others proving to be an attacking fans dream.
Round nine cannot start soon enough, with football fans itching to see their sides back onto the field after a weekend off. Will the break see a change in fortunes for some sides? Or will the undefeated teams continue on their merry ways?
Round eight of the FQPL saw a host of tight matches as teams begin to find rhythm and harmony. Goals still rained in however, and the leaders remain on a roll as the mid-table pack fight for their place.
Round eight is upon us as teams go toe-to-toe for ascendancy on the ladder. Who will maintain their climb towards the top? Will the mid-table teams find consistency, or will those at the bottom find a breakthrough?
Plenty of big results across round seven of the FQPL. The top five changed again as teams tussle for their place in the top half of the table.
Round six provided a couple of talking points as teams rebounded from heavy round five defeats and attempted to patch their leaking defences. Round seven is another test as teams build upon what they’ve learned. What will be the talking points after this round is done?
Another round of the FQPL was marred by wet weather over the weekend, which saw a number of fixtures postponed. This round didn’t quite see the big scores of round five, but there was plenty of action and no lack of talking points.
Round five was an attacking fan’s dream, with 118 goals scored across the three competitions. Round six has it all –Top of the table clashes, teams both fighting to get their season back on track and teams looking to maintain winning streaks. Will it continue to rain goals as it did in round five? Will […]