We kicked things off in the second half of the season with a number of great games in our Premier League and Coast League competitions. Here is the full review of the rounds!
Palm Beach 2 (Squires, Eller) def. Kingscliff 1 (OG)
Reserves: Palm Beach 3 (Lawrence, Skinner, Ellison) def. Kingscliff 1 (Harrison)
Palm Beach: Boyd, Finnigan, Zoomers, Hibbs, Mussell, Liebke, Squires, Ferraro, Skinner, Miller, Miyamori
Subs: Eller, Schaffer, Murphy, Mckenzie, Williamson
Kingscliff: Ward, Morosini, May, Lyle, Green, Oldaker, Brennan, Minear, Jeffrey, Mourant, Bradley
Subs: Santos, Teixeira, Hoy, Bray, Dwyer
Palm Beach have continued their fine league form with a 2-1 victory over Kingscliff on Friday night. The home side led at the break and conceded late with an own goal before wrapping up all three points against the Wolves.
Robina 1 (Barwick) def. by Broadbeach 5 (Sjorup, Mcmaster, Boyce, Watmough, Elliott)
Reserves: Robina 1 (Goldsmith) def. by Broadbeach 2 (Finlayson, Ifrah)
Robina: Maddock, Goewie, Fisher, L. Calley, Tassone, Barwick, Mulhearn, Seland, Connolly, Pan, Tartic
Subs: Burnette, Bingham, Goldsmith, Guerrero, Sejdic
Broadbeach: Finlayson, Salgado, Sjorup, Mcmaster, Francis, Cuba, Boyce, Fernandez, Codrea, Watmough, Hughes
Subs: Elliott, Knowles, Hamilton, Egic
Broadbeach enjoyed a 5-1 victory after a few weeks off against Robina City to go back into the top four on goals scored after Round 10 action. The Dolphins added further headaches to Robina to kick off the second round of the season.
Surfers 9 (Sumner x3, Watson x2, Rodriguez x2, Allison, Harris) def. Musgrave 0
Reserves: Surfers 7 (Kallinikos x2, Yates x2, Bright, Gregory, Doughty) def. Musgrave 0
Surfers: Goodwin, Scott, Barwick, Harris, Minogue, Saric, Watson, Dragicevic, Rodriguez, Sumner, Allison
Subs: Kallinikos, Jusifi, Matthews, Saunders, Yates
Musgrave: Brannigan, Shanks, Pascoe, Smith, Saele, Pluples, Kelly, Mehic, Sonter, Adam, Tomasoni
Subs: McDowell, Joseph, Hinchcliffe, Fleming
Surfers ran riot in front of goal to claim a comprehensive 9-0 victory over Musgrave at home to kick off the second round. Apollo kicked things off early and put the result beyond doubt before the halfway mark to continue their undefeated streak.
Nerang 3 (Adams, Towse, Robinson) def. Burleigh 2 (Burich, Felizatto)
Reserves: Nerang 2 (B. Kerwick, OG) def. Burleigh 1 (Goulding)
Nerang: Rivers, Towse, Bell, Steene, Powell, Campbell, Robinson, Adams, Roussakis, Grant, Chiezzi
Subs: Robbemond, Reid, Kerwick, Miner, Fallembu
Burleigh: Mccloy, Perkins, Casey, Felizatto, Ellins, Smith, Burich, Pfefferkorn, Rees, Osman, Mackintosh
Subs: Kobayashi, Moye, Hunt, Goulding, Roddan
Nerang edged past Burleigh in the late Saturday kick off taking a 3-2 victory to kick off the second half of the season. The Eagles fought back after trailing 2-1 to ensure that they maintain their pursuit of Apollo in top spot.
Southport 3 (Annor x2, Saunders) def. Runaway Bay 0
Reserves: Southport 6 (Townsend x2, J. Lamb x2, Mejia, Greenwood) def. Runaway Bay 0
Southport: Semple, Roiter, Clark, Hughes, Hills, Panes, Annor, Saunders, Wales, Yuill, Ridden
Subs: Parramon, Townsend, Greenwood, Middleton
Runaway Bay: Went, Robinson, Wegener, Lowman, Day, Madeley, Dimon, Rosa, Whiddett, Correia, Barbosa
Subs: Muranaka, Leighton, Cardoso, Ojulu
Southport continued their pursuit up the table thanks to a 3-0 victory over Runaway Bay on Sunday. The home side never looked threatened throughout the 90 minutes with the combination of Saunders and Annor proving hard to beat yet again.
Pacific Pines 3 (Southwood, Muzazaila, Wild) def. Legends 2 (Occhipinti, Dias)
Reserves: Pacific Pines 2 (Pratt, Wild) def. Legends 1 (Kurk)
Pacific Pines: Veitch, Jones, Clark, Hamilton, Watkins, Southwood, Rayner, Diamond, Muzazaila, Wild, Mills
Subs: Ramirez, Osborne, Bradley, Townsin
Legends: Krupski, Suarez, Negrao, Maloy, Karlos, Long, Occhipinti, Dias, King, Summers, Bender
Subs: Ibanez, Beltrame, Sanchez, Andrade
Pacific Pines inflicted a second straight defeat on Legends FC in their fixture earlier in the week. The Pines bouned back after their first round defeat to the Legends to secure all three points and shake up the table even further.
Tallebudgera 6 (M. Hilton x2, Russell, Stewart, Frankham) def. Palm Beach 0
Reserves: Tallebudgera 2 (Mcinoths, Skorupski) def. Palm Beach 0
Tallebudgera: Smith, Reynolds, Tomic, Nuspan, Macpherson, M. Hilton, Russell, Stewart, Frankham, Kerwick, Macpherson
Subs: Wade, Stobbart, L. Hilton, Stear
Palm Beach: Deacon, Goldfinch, Hunter, Freeman, Hughes, Santos, Haynes, Halili, Morris, Rowles, Hogan
Subs: Medina, Jacob
Tallebudgera continued their surge as league leaders with a comprehensive 6-0 victory over Palm Beach in their clash. The league top scorer Matt Hilton continued his run with a hat-trick to lead the Tigers to victory.
Tamborine 0 def. by Mudgeeraba 3 (Buxton, Davies, OG)
Reserves: Tamborine 1 (Skapin) def. by Mudgeeraba 5 (Klassen-Ladd x3, Wooldridge, Hawkins)
Tamborine: Muir, Gaythwaite, Dwyer, Ryan, Cording, Harrison, L. Tomlinson, Guerin, Voight, Wood, Gutsohn
Mudgeeraba: Goodall, Clark, Rynsbergen, Rice, Tassone, Buxton, Lee, Dorbeaux, Abraham, Jones, Davies
Subs: Wedelstedt, Geyer, Bright
Mudgeeraba got the job done up the mountain on Friday night with a 3-0 win against Tamborine. The win sees the Wallabies enter the top four with a game in hand as they look to continue to challenge on the top end of the table.
Tweed 6 (Kolovos x4, Thelwall, Robinson) def. Runaway Bay 2 (Weeks x2)
Reserves: Tweed 3 (Gregory, Aspery, Sorge) def. Runaway Bay 1 (Kettle)
Tweed:Pretki, Mcgrory, Mclean, Thelwall, Locjley, Riddel, Riddel, Kolovos, Pirlo, O’Brien, Wedd
Subs: Wilson, Sorge, Robinson, Fowler
Runaway Bay: Smerdon, Brown, Pietropaolo, Smith, Smerdon, Hagos, Neumann, Mehic, Papilos, Gashi, Weeks
Subs: Tse, King, Phillips, Bent
Tweed maintained their position at second in the ladder with a comfortable 6-2 win over Runaway Bay over the weekend. The home side were never troubled as their pursuit of top spot continues on.
Musgrave 2 (Gilbert x2) def. Ormeau 1 (Whitehouse)
Reserves: Musgrave 1 (Crenshaw) def. by Ormeau 3 (Scullino, Radauceanu, Junior)
Musgrave: Piovesan, Jenks, Jansen, Colrain, Knapp, Adams, Alhajali, Pham-Sultan, Core, Deriard, Gilbert
Subs: Greenwood, Gray, Baldasso, Parrella
Ormeau: Cole, Calderon, Niesler, Barnes, Karamollaoglu, Bramwell, Cooper, James, Peralta, Whitehouse, Fisher
Subs: Schofield, Mcarthur, Shute, Neto, Junior
Musgrave caused the upset of the round defeating Ormeau 2-1 at home on Sunday afternoon. The home side strung together their second straight win and now sit in a good position to challenge throughout the second round.