Tag Archives: Finals Series

Premiers fall to Melbourne City at home

By Chris Dunkerley Westfield W-League – Season 10 – 2017/2018 2nd Semi Final 4pm, Sunday, 11 February 2018 – Perry Park, Bowen Hills Brisbane Roar FC 0 lost to Melbourne City FC

Melbourne City over Glory in Women’s Final

By Chris Dunkerley: Westfield W-League – Season 9 – 2016/2017 – Final 4:30pm, Friday 12 February, 2017 – East Perth Oval Perth Glory FC  0  lost to Melbourne City FC  2 (Jess

Melbourne bring an end to Wellington’s season

by Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com Hyundai A-League – Season 10 – Finals Series – Elimination Semi-Final No. 2 5pm, Sunday 3 May, 2015 – Westpac Stadium, Wellington NZ Wellington

Bill Turner Cup and Trophy decided for 2014

National Finals Series – Bill Turner Cup (Boys) and Bill Turner Trophy (Girls) held at Darling Street Oval, Hamilton South, NSW on Wednesday 3 September, 2014  . . . . . .

Why are Brisbane the best team in A-League history?

By ANDREW DEMACK: Grand Final Hyundai A-League Season 9 (2013/2014) Brisbane Roar FC 2 (Berisha 86, Henrique 108)  defeated Western Sydney Wanderers FC 1 (Spiranovic 56) It was billed as a clash

Brisbane claw past Victory

By Adrian Demack: A-League – Season 2013/2014 Finals Series – Semi Final Sunday, 27 April, 2014 – Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Brisbane Roar FC 1 (Besart Berisha 58′) defeated Melbourne Victory FC 0  

Mariners through with one

By Chris Dunkerley: Hyundai A-League 2013/14 season, Finals Series Major Elimination Final 4:30pm, Saturday 19 April, 2014 Central Coast Stadium, Gosford Central Coast Mariners FC 1 (Bernie Ibini-Isei 67′) defeated Adelaide United

Last gasp Fink Magic seals Victory

by Tomasz Ng: Hyundai A-League 2013/14, Finals Week 1 7:30pm, Friday 18 April – Docklands Stadium, Melbourne Melbourne Victory FC 2  (Archie Thompson 19’, Gui Finkler 90+1’) defeated Sydney FC  1  (Seb

Victory crowned champions in stunning fashion

by Tomasz Ng:  Westfield W-League 2013/14, GRAND FINAL 3:00pm, Sunday 23 February – Lakeside Stadium, South Melbourne Melbourne Victory FC 2 (De Vanna 38′ Barnes 41′) defeated Brisbane Roar FC  0   Melbourne

R19: Bottom two win, With Brisbane one of the victims

by Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com Hyundai A-League – Season 2013/2014 – Round 19 Review Runaway Hyundai A-League leaders Brisbane Roar were denied the chance to go ten points clear