2018 National Premier Leagues Finals Results

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Written by Greg Stock

Sources: Andrew Howe and FFA Media Releases

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Home Team v Away Team
Quarter Finals
Saturday, September 8, 2018
Valley Road Ground, Devonport, Tasmania
Attendance: 1,146
Devonport Strikers (Tasmania)
Nathan Pitchford, Edward Bidwell, Dominic Smith, Guillermo Lazcano, Kieran Mulraney, Joel Stone, Jesse Dance, Beau Blizzard, Brayden Mann, Kynan West (Adriano Jelenovic 75'), Michael Holden.
2-3Heidelberg United(Victoria)
Christophe Theodoridis-Petropoulos, Harvey Read, Reuban Way, Steven Pace, Luke Byles, Jack Petrie, Sean Ellis, Adrian Zahra, Alexander Schiavo (Lewis Hall 62'), Andrew Cartanos (Atilla Ofli 80'), Tom Cahill.
Goals: Ellis 44' Schiavo 45' Petrie 90+7'
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Deakin Stadium, Deakin, Australian Capital Territory
Attendance: 360
Canberra FC (Australian Capital Territory)
Jordan Thurtell, Ross Costanzo, Ivan Pavlak, Mathew Grbesa, Daniel Subasic, Mathew Waters, Jordan Lamb (Michael Mensah 29'), Ian Graham (Marko Vrkic 72'), Christian Pratezina (Andrija Rakic 902'), Thomas James, Kofi Danning.
0-3Campbelltown City (South Australia)
Niholas Harpas, Shaun Harvey, Jake Halliday. Iain Fyfe, Matthew Mullen, Alex Mullen, Yohei Matsumoto, Andrew Maio (Antony Piscioneri 84'), Adam Piscioneri, Anthony Ture (Thomas Veart 89'), Luigi Ditroia.
Goals: Mullen 6' Ditroia 78' 90+6'
Saturday, September 15, 2018
Lions Stadium, Richlands, Queensland
Attendance: 564
Lions FC (Queensland)
Luke Borean, Andrew Thompson, Josh Brindell-South, Tommy Jarrard, Nathan Reardon, Danny Kim, Shaun Carlos, Mitchell Hore, Marek Madle, Jean Carlos Solorzano (Chris Maher 82'), Nathan Shepherd (Carter Glockner 67').
Goal: Madle 4'
1-0Edgeworth FC (Northern New South Wales)
Joshua Low, Samuel Maxwell, Arron McLoughlan (Will Bower 72'), Joshua Rose, Josh Evans, Patrick Wheeler, Aaron Oppedisano (Bailey Garland 79'), Josemari Atayde, Liam Spurway (Dylan Holz 67'), Adam Cawley, Daniel McBreen.
Sunday, September 16, 2018
Lambert Park, Leichhardt, New South Wales
Attendance: 375
Sydney Olympic (New South Wales)
Ezequiel Consoni, William Angel, Riley Woodcock, Zachary MacKenzie, Thomas Whiteside, Jinya An, Jason Madonis (Stephen Athanaseris 90+2'), Nicola Kulevski (Christopher Gligor 72'), Max Burgess, Nikolas Tsattalios (Darcy Burgess 61'), Alex Sanchez; Coach: Abbas Saad.
Goal: Madonis 6'
1-0Perth SC (Western Australia)
Francis Soale, Alex Silla, Jordan De Leo, Rocco Pizzata, Kieran Colwell, Harley Orr, Matthew Milenkovic, Paul Zimmarino, Kristian Santich (Aleksander Jovic 81'), Niccolo Sabatini, Gustavo Catarcione (Richard Howles 85').
Semi-Finals
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Lions Stadium, Richlands, Queensland
Attendance: 902
Lions FC (Queensland)
Luke Borean, Andrew Thompson (Carter Glockner 110'), Josh Brindell-South, Tommy Jarrad, Matija Simic, Sanny Kim (Liam Cosgrove 45'), Shaun Carlos (Chris Maher 17' (Tyson Walpole 94')), Mitchell Hore, Marek Madle, Jean Carlos Solorzano, Nathan Shepherd.
Goals: Shepherd 20'
1 (3 pens)-1 (1 pen)Heidelberg United (Victoria)
Christophe Theodoridis-Petropoulos, Joshua Wilkins, Reuban Way, Luke Byles, Steven Pace, Jack Petrie (Paul O'Brien 90+2'), Andrew Cartanos (Atilla Ofli 81'), Sean Ellis, Tom Cahill, Harry Noon, Adrian Zahra.
Goal: Ellis 73'
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Steve Woodcock Sports Centre, Newton, South AustraliaAttendance: 776
Campbelltown City (South Australia)
Nicholas Harpas, Shaun Harvey, Jake Halliday, Matthew Mullen, Iain Fyfe, Alex Mullen, Yohei Matsumoto, Adam Piscioneri, Luigi Citroia, Anthony Ture, Marc Marino (Thomas Veart 64').
Goals: Marino 43' Fyfe 90+5'pen
2-1Sydney Olympic (New South Wales)
Ezequiel Consoni, William Angel, Riley Woodcock, Thomas Whiteside, Zachary MacKenzie, Nicola Kulevski (Darcy Burgess 57'), Jason Madonis, Jinya An, Radovan Pavicevic, Alex Sanchez (Nikolas Tsattalios 46'), Max Burgess; Coach: Abbas Saad.
Goal: M.Burgess 2'
Grand Final
Sunday, September 30, 2018
Steve Woodcock Sports Centre, Newton, South Australia
Attendance: 1,518
Campbelltown City (South Australia)
Nicholas Harpes, Shaun Harvey, Jake Halliday, Matthew Mullen, Iain Fyfe, Luigi Ditroia (Andrew Maio 61'), Alex Mullen, Adam Piscioneri, Marc Marino (Thomas Veart 84'), Yohei Matsumoto, Anthony Ture.
Goals: Ture 5' 32'
2-1Lions FC (Queensland)
Luke Borean, Andrew Thompson, Nathan Shepherd, Tommy Jarrard, Matija Simic, Danny Kim, Shaun Carlos, Mitchell Hore, Marek Madle, Chris Maher (Carter Glockner 71'), Jean Carlos Solorzano.
Goal: Thompson 49'

Last updated: 24 October 2019.