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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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McNamara's Northampton Win To Stay In Football League

Northampton Town have survived in the Football League.

The Cobblers went in to the final day fixtures knowing that a draw (or better) against Oxford United would be good enough to secure their league status, whatever happened in Wycombe Wanderers' trip to Torquay United.

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Extra Time Thriller As Roar Pip Wanderers In A-League Final

Drama seems to be par for the course when it comes to Hyundai A-League Grand Finals at Suncorp Stadium and the latest instalment continued the tradition with Brazilian forward Henrique smashing in a goal in extra time to give the Brisbane Roar a 2-1 comeback win over the Western Sydney Wanderers.

The Roar have now won three out of the last four A-League titles to stake a strong claim to be the finest side in the short history of the competition.

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