Bayside Eagles 3 d Youth Comets 0, Beenleigh 7 dr Sunshine Coast Waves 7, Gold Coast Tigers 11 d Morayfeild Rattlers 1, Magic FC 9 d Gold Coast 7, Beenleigh 3 d Youth Comets 0, Gold Coast Tigers 9 d Sunshine Coast Waves 0, Gold Coast 10 d Runaway Bay 7, Magic FC 8 d Morayfeild Rattles 7
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Match of the Round – 7th May 2010
Gold Coast Tigers 9 d Sunshine Coast Waves 0
Gold Coast Tigers have kept their title as the team with the best defensive record in the Queensland Winter Futsal League following their thumping win against Sunshine Coast Waves.
The Waves new before the match that they needed to penetrate the best defensive record in the league but were unable to find the net in 40 minutes of football.
As expected goalkeeper Reza Behbahani put in an exception effort in goals for the tigers with numerous saves frustrating the Waves attack.
The Tigers, now considered one of the favourites to win the championship extended their ladder lead a three full points ahead of Bayside Eagles.
Meanwhile in other matches Beenleigh notched up two wins on Friday night which would have please captain coach Nick Morris catapulting the team into third position on the ladder.
The home side has turned out some excellent performances in six matches in three rounds and with the home advantage for most games this series could be a dark horse to make the final.
Magic FC scored a gutsy win against Morayfeild Rattlers eight goals to seven and are slowly grinding their way back into form are also big movers towards the top of the ladder following last weeks matches.
Next round will be played Friday 21st May at Beenleigh Arena
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