Week 12 of Premier League and Coast League action served up some cracking games and all important points across all divisions! Here is the full review of what was!
Nerang 4 (Robinson, Grant, Adams, Dixon) def. Musgrave 0
Reserves: Nerang 10 (Trotter x3, Toohey-Falck, Grierson, T. Kerwick, Atkinson, Miner, Dooley, Bishop) def. Musgrave 1 (Timms)
Nerang: Rivers, Towse, Bell, Robbemond, Powell, Campbell, Robinson, Adams, Roussakis, Grant, Chiezzi
Subs: Steene, Dixon, Oliveira, Miner, Murphy
Musgrave: Brannigan, Shanks, Pascoe, Smith, Saele, Pluples, Joseph, Kelly, Mehic, Sonter, Tomasoni
Subs: McDowell, Adam, Vasquez, Lockhart, Fleming
Nerang ran out convincing 4-0 victors over Musgrave on Friday night to continue their good run of form. The Eagles were in control for the large majority of the game and continued to apply further pressure at the top of the table, leading the competition with Surfers having a game in hand.
Runaway Bay 0 def. by Broadbeach 1 (Cuba)
Reserves: Runaway Bay 0 def. by Broadbeach 3 (Marsden x2, Shennan)
Runaway Bay: Wakeham, Wegener, Robinson, Lowman, Cardoso, Madeley, Rosa, Muranaka, Leighton, Correia, McNeill-Shaw
Subs: Whiddett, Barbosa, Westell, Evans, Hardy
Broadbeach: Finlayson, Sjorup, Mcmaster, Francis, Cuba, Boyce, Fernandez, Codrea, Watmough, Hughes, Collins
Subs: Salgado, Hamilton, Evans, Griffiths
Broadbeach snatched all three points away at Runaway Bay with a 1-0 victory away from home. The Dolphins continued their pursuit of a top four spot against a Bay team who pressed in the early stages, missing a first half penalty in the process.
Robina 1 (Barwick) def. by Kingscliff 2 (Green, Santos)
Reserves: Robina 0 def. by Kingscliff 4 (Harrison x2, Howarth, Kammel)
Robina: Maddock, Goewie, Fisher, Shin, L. Calley, Barwick, Fortunato, Koenig, Knowles, Connolly, M. Calley
Subs: Burnette, Jain, Mulhearn, Bingham, Rodriguez
Kingscliff: Ward, Morosini, May, Lyle, Green, Santos, Oldaker, Brennan, Minear, Bradley, Bray
Subs: Sealey, Jeffrey, Mourant, Hoy, Wotherspoon
Kingscliff snatched a late winner away at Robina to get themselves back into 6th spot with a 2-1 win. Both sides left it late to score their first goals before Olavo Santos capitalised on an opportunity at the depth to secure all the points.
Southport 2 (Annor, Panes) def. Burleigh 1 (Mackintosh)
Reserves: Southport 1 (Lamb) def. by Burleigh 3 (Goulding x2, Cosentino)
Southport: Semple, Clark, Hughes, Greenwood, Hills, Panes, Annor, Saunders, Yuill, Middleton, Discombe
Subs: Mcbean, Lamb, Price, Kenney, Smith
Burleigh: Mccloy, Perkins, Campbell, Casey, Hunt, Felizatto, Ellins, Smith, Rees, Mcclements, Mackintosh
Subs: Kobayashi, Moye, Goulding, Lines, Roddan
Southport left it to the last minute to take all three points through a Ross Panes goal to remain in third place heading into the break. In a tight game between both sides, the win for Southport leaves them in good position heading into the final run of games.
Surfers 1 (Sumner) drew with Palm Beach 1 (Miyamori)
Reserves: Surfers 1 (Connor) drew with Palm Beach 1 (Martin)
Surfers: Goodwin, Scott, Barwick, Saric, Watson, Dragicevic, Rodriguez, Bright, Sumner, Allison, Saunders
Subs: Kallinikos, Minogue, Parra, Jusifi, Yates
Palm Beach: Boyd, Zoomers, Hibbs, Mussell, Liebke, Squires, Eller, Miller, Miyamori, Skinner, Finnigan
Subs: Schaffer, Taylor, Mckenzie, Anderson, Gardner
Surfers were held to a 1-1 draw against Palm Beach in the Sunday game after missing countless chances in the opening exchanges. A last minute penalty to the visitors saw Miyamori convert from the spot to extend their undefeated run.
Tallebudgera 4 (M. Hilton, Macpherson, Stewart, Keevers) def. Tweed 3 (Thelwall x2, O’Brien)
Reserves: Tallebudgera 0 drew with Tweed United 0
Tallebudgera: Smith, Reynolds, Stobbart, Macpherson, Macpherson, Hilton, Russell, Stewart, Keevers, Frankham, Kerwick
Subs: Wade, Valentine, Hilton, Sonter
Tweed: Pretki, Cassidy, Criddle, Mcgrory, Mclean, Thelwall, Lockley, Riddel, Kolovos, O’Brien, Sloane
Tallebudgera extended their lead at the top of the Coast League to 8 points with a 4-3 victory over Tweed United on Friday evening. The home side edged past their closest rivals with the visitors going down to 10 men.
Tamborine 2 (Tupaea-Smith x2) def. by Legends 3 (Karlos, Long, Dimovski)
Reserves: Tamborine 1 (Yang) def. by Legends 4 (Dimovski x3, Charleson)
Tamborine: Collins, Gaythwaite, Grealish, Dwyer, Tupaea-Smith, Cording, Tomlinson, Muir, Guerin, Harrison, Gutsohn
Legends: Bicevic, Ibanez, Negrao, Karlos, Occhipinti, Dias, Beltrame, Kurk, Simoes, Suarez, Lima
Subs: Long, Sanchez, Dimovski, Watkins
Legends earned a much needed three points away from home against Tamborine on Friday night to regain second position in the table. The experienced side were without a win in three straight games and returned to the winners circle with the victory over the struggling Tamborine.
Nerang 6 (Xavier x3, Agic, Fallembu, Kerar) def. Musgrave 0
Reserves: Nerang 2 (Kerar, Bitzios) def. Musgrave 1 (Regtien)
Nerang: Jovicic, Bryant, Agic, Wolfenden, Ibrahim, Green, Ojulu, Fallembu, Xavier, Mcgreevy, Kinghorn
Subs: Kerar, Kerar, Roomans, Rizzi
Musgrave: Piovesan, Adams, Knapp, Colrain, Gebremedhin, Alhajali, Jenks, Core, Mcshane, Deriard, Young
Subs: Cranshaw, Regtien, Abdullah, Fitzgerald, Parrella
Nerang continued their form in front of goal with a convincing 6-0 victory over Musgrave over the weekend. The home side have been prolific of late in front of goal and put the sword to the Mustangs to push for a top four spot.
Mudgeeraba 5 (Lee, Davies, Jones, Dorbeaux, Klassen-Ladd) def. Palm Beach 0
Reserves: Mudgeeraba 1 (Valentine) drew with Palm Beach 1 (Holmes)
Mudgeeraba: Goodall, Clark, Rynsbergen, Rice, Tassone, Buxton, Lee, Davies, Smith, Jones, Brewer
Subs: Hawkins, Dorbeaux, Klassen-Ladd, Russell, Wedelstedt
Palm Beach: Deacon, Goldfinch, Simpson, Hunter, Freeman, Hughes, Santos, Rowles, Halili, Morris, Haynes
Subs: Williamson, Nakagawa, Jacob, Colbert
Mudgeeraba have edged closer to a top two spot with a convincing 5-0 victory over Palm Beach over the weekend. The Wallabies are in a rich run of form of late and are pushing ever closer to a top two spot as the weeks get closer to finals time.
Ormeau 2 (Peralta x2) def. by Pacific Pines 4 (Osborne x2, Southwood, Pratt)
Reserves: Ormeau 1 (Shute) def. by Pacific Pines 2 (Watkins, Gatton-Neilsen)
Ormeau: Cole, Calderon, Niesler, Whitehouse, Cooper, James, Peralta, Schofield, Fisher, Fahimzadeh, Mcarthur
Subs: Hewitt, Scullino, Neto, Paterson
Pacific Pines: Veitch, Jones, Stubbs, Pratt, Hamilton, Wild, Southwood, Szarek, Rayner, Diamond, Mcmonagle
Subs: Osborne, Fisher, Meliendrez
Pacific Pines earned another win away from home with a 4-2 victory over Ormeau to round out the Coast League action. The Pines have steadily made their way up the table in recent weeks with their results and will be hoping to continue the same as the season winds down.