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Central Coast Lose Close Game To Bankstown City

Bankstown City returned to the top five with a gritty 1-0 win over Central Coast Mariners Academy on Saturday night. Arron D’Mello’s first half strike was enough to hand Bill Pilovski’s side all three points and the Lions, who have two games in hand, look to be making a steady ascent to the top.

Paartalu's Muangthong Go Top Of Thai League After 1-0 Win

Muangthong United moved top of the Thai Premier League thanks to Saturday's 1-0 win over visitors Chonburi.

Just one point separated the two sides before kick-off, with United sitting just ahead of their opponents and level on 24 points with table-toppers BEC Tero Sasana.

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Muangthong Draw With Buriram

Despite a few injuries, Muangthong United were unlucky not to win against a 10-man Bruiram side, whose position on the table belied their aggressive style, but did cost them a read card as one of their players was send off.

Muangthong imports Eric Paartalu and Jay Bothroyd both had strong games as they fought hard to break down a determined Buriram defence, but couldn't quite to it, though not through the lack of trying.

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Blacktown City Punish Hapless White Eagles

Blacktown City put reigning IGA National Premier League NSW's Mens 1 champions Bonnyrigg White Eagles to the sword in a 4-1 thrashing at Lily Football Centre on Sunday.

A dominant opening half allowed Blacktown City to score three goals within six minutes as a double to Ryuji Miyazawa and goal to Travis Major killed off the game early.

Major made it four early in the second half before Aaron Peterson converted a penalty for the visitors.

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Blacktown City Punish Hapless White Eagles

Blacktown City put reigning IGA National Premier League NSW's Mens 1 champions Bonnyrigg White Eagles to the sword in a 4-1 thrashing at Lily Football Centre on Sunday.

A dominant opening half allowed Blacktown City to score three goals within six minutes as a double to Ryuji Miyazawa and goal to Travis Major killed off the game early.

Major made it four early in the second half before Aaron Peterson converted a penalty for the visitors.

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