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Brenton1986 - 20 Dec 2017 8:35 PM
2018 NPL Queensland fixtures are just being finalised so shouldn’t be too long now.

Source - Football Queensland.

The draw out yet?
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Silver Boot results (games containing NPL/QPL teams only)

Group A
Brisbane Strikers (NPL) def Southside Eagles (QPL) 4-1
Easts (QPL) def Capalaba (QPL) 3-2

Group B
Brisbane City FC (NPL) def Souths United (QPL) 4-2
Gold Coast Knights (NPL) def Wolves FC (QPL) 4-1
Souths United (QPL) def Gold Coast Knights (NPL) 2-0
Brisbane City FC (NPL) def Wolves FC (QPL) 6-0

Group C
Moreton Bay United (NPL) def Mitchelton (QPL) 6-0
Moreton Bay United (NPL) def Brisbane Knights (BPL) 6-2
Mitchelton (QPL) drew Centenary Stormers (BPL) 3-3

Group D
Lions FC (NPL) def Holland Park Hawks (QPL) 4-0
SWQ Thunder (NPL) def Ipswich Knights (QPL) 2-0


Macron Cup Results

Peninsula Power (QPL) def Sunshine Coast Fire (NPL) 3-1
Brisbane City FC (NPL) def Caloundra (Sunshine Coast Premier League) 4-0


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Football Queensland Premier League full fixture list (LINK):
http://websites.sportstg.com/comp_info.cgi?a=ROUND&round=-1&client=1-9385-0-477582-0&pool=1

home and away season begins Friday February 2nd and home and away season finishes on Sunday August 26th with the Grand Final taking place weekend of September 8th-9th.

NPL Queensland full fixture list (LINK):
http://websites.sportstg.com/comp_info.cgi?a=ROUND&round=-1&client=1-9385-0-477597-0&pool=1

home and away season begins Friday February 2nd and home and away season finishes on Sunday August 26th with the Grand Final taking place weekend of September 8th-9th.
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My plan this year is to see every QLD NPL and FQPL club at least once (27 clubs).  

First up will be Peninsula vs Mitchelton on the opening weekend.

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And the Women's draw out as well.

http://websites.sportstg.com/comp_info.cgi?c=1-9385-0-477578-0&a=FIXTURE

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LINK - multiple opening weekend fixtures in NPL Queensland and Football Queensland State League postponed to later date:
http://footballqueensland.com.au/2018/02/02/wet-weather-cancellations/
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Hard to believe the downfall of former leading clubs Western Pride and Redlands. Redlands are just plain ordinary and sprite a shadow of what they were. Not sure what's gone wrong out Ipswich way.
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Proud Dad - 24 Feb 2019 10:31 AM
Hard to believe the downfall of former leading clubs Western Pride and Redlands. Redlands are just plain ordinary and sprite a shadow of what they were. Not sure what's gone wrong out Ipswich way.

Redlands were very average last year as well to be honest. I don't know the story, but apparently there were some money issues at the club.

I watched the Pride game last night.  They have a decent team, and I thought they were the better side in the first half.  But they've lost about 5 key players during the offseason, and are rebuilding.  With the setup they have I can't see them staying down for long.

At the other end - how impressive have Peninsula been?  I expected them to be competitive (shoutout to the TPO Rankings ;)), but 4 wins from 4, including wins against Lions and Strikers.  They won't just be competitive, they'll be a contender.

It's still very early, but my prediction for the Premiership is between Lions, Peninsula and Olympic.

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Yes Power was always going to be up there. Agree with the 3 contenders for the championship.
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Olympic seems to have adopted a different playing style this year, a lot nicer to watch than a lot of their opposition. Should be an entertaining season
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Proud Dad - 24 Feb 2019 10:31 AM

Redlands were very average last year as well to be honest. I don't know the story, but apparently there were some money issues at the club.

I watched the Pride game last night.  They have a decent team, and I thought they were the better side in the first half.  But they've lost about 5 key players during the offseason, and are rebuilding.  With the setup they have I can't see them staying down for long.

At the other end - how impressive have Peninsula been?  I expected them to be competitive (shoutout to the TPO Rankings ;)), but 4 wins from 4, including wins against Lions and Strikers.  They won't just be competitive, they'll be a contender.

It's still very early, but my prediction for the Premiership is between Lions, Peninsula and Olympic.

Hmm, still not convinced about WP, I don't think they have the depth in the squad to keep them up in the top half of the ladder and having watched their U20's games this season they don't have much coming through.....but, we'll see what the season brings.
 


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Proud Dad - 2 Mar 2019 10:17 AM
aussieshorter - 24 Feb 2019 10:56 AM

Hmm, still not convinced about WP, I don't think they have the depth in the squad to keep them up in the top half of the ladder and having watched their U20's games this season they don't have much coming through.....but, we'll see what the season brings.
 


Gold Coast Knights have had a great start to the season for a newly promoted team.  I think Ben Cahn from Olympic is definitely worth a look in the HAL at some stage.
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NPL QLD standings:
1 Peninsula Power 12 12 0 0 35 8 +27 36
2 Lions FC 12 10 0 2 36 7 +29 30
3 Gold Coast Knights 12 9 2 1 35 11 +24 29
4 Olympic 11 8 1 2 32 14 +18 25
5 Gold Coast United 11 7 1 3 24 13 +11 22
6 Eastern Suburbs 12 6 1 5 27 21 +6 19
7 Moreton Bay United 12 5 2 5 24 18 +6 17
8 Brisbane Strikers 12 3 3 6 12 25 -13 12
9 Redlands United 11 4 0 7 16 37 -21 12
10 Brisbane Roar Youth 12 3 2 7 19 25 -6 11
11 Brisbane City 11 3 1 7 16 16 +0 10
12 Mackay Magpies Crusaders 11 3 1 7 20 37 -17 10
13 Sunshine Coast Fire 12 2 1 9 14 28 -14 7
14 South West Queensland Thunder 11 2 1 8 20 38 -18 7
15 Western Pride 12 2 0 10 13 33 -20 6

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Cracks appearing in the Power set-up at the half-way point of the season. Injuries, FFA cup failure and rumoured player unrest taking its toll. Knights desperate to win the league, spending up big signing Matt Smith for the remainder of the season. Lions just appear flat and uninspiring at the moment. Olympic in with a chance for the run home.





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Unbelievably tight for the run home
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NPL QLD OFFSEASON signings,

Lions FC,

In:
Jordan Farina - Eastern Suburbs

Out:
Keegan Jelacic - Brisbane Roar Youth
Rhys Webster - Western Pride
Marek Madle - Peninsula Power

Gold Coast Knights,

In:
None

Out:
Sam Smith - Gold Coast United
Euan Thum-Davidson - Gold Coast United
Josh Langdon - Perth Glory Youth
Cai Tipaldo - Brisbane Roar Youth

Peninsula Power,

In:
Cameron Crestani - Western Pride
Marek Madle - Lions FC

Out:
Alexander Warrilow - Capalaba FC

Olympic FC,

In:
Daniel Leck - Pascoe Vale
Tom Aulton - South Melbourne
Tyson Martin - Brisbane Roar Youth
Frederick Yinka-Kehinde - Holland Park Hawks

Out:
Franco Aceto - Western Pride
Alex Smith - Retired
Chris Lucas - Dandenong City

Brisbane Strikers,

In:
None

Out:
None

Brisbane City,

In:
Chris Parsons - Ipswich Knights

Out:
Marquez Walters - Brisbane Roar Youth
Jackson Simpkin - Brisbane Roar Youth

Gold Coast United,

In:
Sam Smith - Gold Coast Knights
Euan Thum-Davidson - Gold Coast Knights
Jamie Vesey - Logan Lightning

Out:
Tyler Wagstaffe - Logan Lightning
Conor Smith - Logan Lightning
Brandon Lemay - Logan Lightning
Dean Wernerson - Logan Lightning

Brisbane Roar Youth,

In:
Jackson Simpkin - Brisbane City
Keegan Jelacic - Lions FC
Eli Adams - SWQ Thunder
Marquez Walters - Brisbane City
Cai Tipaldo - Gold Coast Knights

Out:
Tyson Martin - Olympic FC
Lachlan Hunter - Olympic FC

Eastern Suburbs,

In:
None

Out:
Jordan Farina - Lions FC
Scott Fulton - Rochedale Rovers

Moreton Bay United,

In:
James Harkin - Free Agent
Sean Lewis - Albany Creek

Out:
None

Redlands United,

In:
None

Out:
None

Magpies Crusaders United,

In:
Jordy Vleugels - PO Xylotymbou
Dylan D’Agostino - Western Strikers
Mitchell Maher - MA Olympic

Out:
Matt Haspells - Western Pride

Sunshine Coast Wanderers,

In:
Jyi Oakes - Brisbane Roar Youth
Eze Hawkins - Brisbane Roar Youth
Slayde Stokes - Moreton Bay United
Jayden Emery - Caloundra FC

Out:
James Enticknap - Maroochydore FC 
Nick Arden - Maroochydore FC 
Karl Vonhoff - Maroochydore FC 

Capalaba FC,

In:
Alexander Warrilow - Peninsula Power
Sam Langley - Logan Lightning

Out:
Nathan Yoon - Western Pride


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