Conference League Southern Round Six Review


Kick starting Round Six of the Southern Conference League was a scoreless draw between Lilli Pilli and Hakoah on Saturday night, played at Seymour Shaw Park.
The two top goal scorers in the division traded goals in an exciting match at Norford Park on Sunday. Top goal scorer Kabbara kept White City top of the ladder, boasting five wins from five matches, with a brace of first half goals in a 2-1 away victory against Colo Colo Wanderers, taking him to 9 goals in five games. Navarrete scored his sixth goal of the season on 51 minutes, but it could not prevent his team from losing.
Sydney Cedars remain undefeated in second place on the ladder, although Fairfield Bulls gave them a fright at Parry Park. Striker Elkerhani scored two goals in the 6th and 10th minutes to give his team a dream start, but Kadouh (30?) and Khnanisho (69?) scored to give the Bulls a point.
In the final match of the round, Camden Tigers came from behind to score a valuable 2-1 away win against Gazy Lansvale. Alemic put Gazy in front with a goal on 34 minutes, before Smutek (45?) and MacDonald (52?) completed the recovery for the Tigers to give them the three points.
Having the weekend off via the bye to celebrate Mother?s Day was Greenisland SFC.
-By Frank Speranza