PS4 NPL NNSW Round 3 Review

April 27th, 2015

By Blake Jarrett

Edgeworth FC 1 def. by Broadmeadow Magic FC 4
Fri 24 April 7.00PM
Jack McLaughlan Oval

Broadmeadow Magic took advantage of all of the other four matches being postponed by jumping to outright first in the PS4 National Premier Leagues with a 4-1 win against Edgeworth on Friday night.

They entered the match on the back of a dominant 5-1 win over Maitland, whereas the Eagles were looking to regain their winning form after losing to Hamilton in Round 2.

The sides went into half time at 1-1. Dino Fajkovic opened the scoring for Magic, then Josh Evans equalised with a header.

A second half double to Kale Bradbury, and a penalty converted by Peter Haynes sealed the 4-1 win for the side from Magic Park, ensuring they remain at the top of the table for at least another week.

Edgeworth will be without Ayden Brice next weekend as he was sent off for the second time this year in the second half.

The loss sees Edgeworth remain in fifth spot.

In Round 4 Edgeworth host another Friday night match, this time welcoming Maitland. Magic returns home to take on Adamstown Rosebud on Sunday.


Lambton Jaffas FC vs. Charlestown City Blues FC 
Sat 25 April 2:30 PM
Arthur Edden Oval

Match postponed after the mid-week storms left the field unplayable.

Next weekend Lambton are away to Hamilton Olympic, and Charlestown are at home against South Cardiff in the Match of the Round. Both matches are on Sunday.


Adamstown Rosebud FC vs. Hamilton Olympic FC
Sun 26 April 2:30 PM
Adamstown Oval

Match postponed after the mid-week storms left the field unplayable.

Next weekend Adamstown travel to Magic Park to take on Broadmeadow and Hamilton are at home where they will face Lambton Jaffas. Both matches are also on Sunday.


Maitland FC vs. Newcastle Jets Youth
Sun 26 April 2:30 PM
Cooks Square Park

Match postponed after the mid-week storms left the field unplayable.

In Round 4 Maitland take on Edgeworth away from home on Friday night, and the Jets travel to Rockwell Automation Park to challenge Weston.


South Cardiff FC vs. Weston Workers FC
Sun 26 April 2:30 PM
Ulinga Oval

Match postponed after the mid-week storms left the field unplayable.

South Cardiff are involved in the Match of the Round next weekend against Charlestown away from home on Sunday, and the Bears host the Jets Youth on Saturday.

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