Olympic FC have jumped to the top of the ladder, for now, after a 3-0 win over Redlands United on Friday night. While the score tells one story but it doesn't reflect how close the game on the pitch with inch perfect shots the difference between the two sides. Redlands were able to have chances in front of goal and held their own throughout the match but a clinic and more experienced Olympic side showed why they have been in top four throughout the year. "I was quite pleased with the performance obviously not the result but their performance I got to be quite happy about," Redlands coach Nick Dibbs said. "But all in all, they are a good side Olympic and I think the better team got the three
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Brisbane Strikers got their slim chances of finals football back on course at the expense of Redlands United on Saturday night with a 5-1 win. It was a much needed win for Strikers as they now sit 10 points adrift from Olympic FC who cemented their fourth place after beating Brisbane Roar Youth on Sunday afternoon. Strikers were without captain Michael Angus, who had been suspended but it didn't seem to trouble the side as midfielder Jake McLean pass to Greg Cheshire opened the scoring in the sixth minute with a shot close to goal to beat Redlands goalkeeper Andrew Ralph. Redlands had the opportunity to equalise minutes later as Connor McAuley put in a cross for Redlands top goalscorer Shuto
A goal in the dying seconds for Brisbane City's Jame Meyer meant both sides would have to share the points in an emphatic 5-5 draw at the Cleveland Showgrounds. Redlands United coach Nick Dibbs was guttered for his side after they were also able to come from behind twice. "There was a lot of added time in the end, very similar to the World Cup, a lot of goals are scored at the end," he said. "You just have to clear your lines and do the correct thing, very disappointed for them and we probably deserved the three points but these things happen. "All in all I have to be pleased with the performance, the character and reaction from the lads but I am disappointed with just a point, maybe before
Young gun Connor Mcauley has helped Redlands United run out 6-2 winners against Sunshine Coast FC Fire on Saturday night with a hat-trick. It was a much-needed win for the Red Devils, who are looking to avoid relegation and now now sit ahead of Magpies Crusaders United, North Queensland United and Sunshine Coast "It was a must win game and I'll be honest, I expected us to win it, not being over confident but we performed this week on the training ground," Redlands United coach Nick Dibbs said. "I think we fazed out a little bit and we could've made it a little bit easier for ourselves. "All in all a fantastic night for the youngster and a fantastic night for the club," he said. Redlands got