Jets-Pride Too Close To Call
Words: Blake Birt
Images: Andrew Shaw
Moreton Bay United and Western Pride cancelled each other out at Wolter Park on Tuesday night, with the two sides settling for a 0-0 draw.
The home side came close to taking the lead inside 10 minutes but Jesse Rigby's excellent tackle denied Stephen Green and kept the scores level.
Moreton Bay would have moved second with a win but a second clean sheet is a decent consolation prize.
Pride are now undefeated in three games as Graham Harvey's team look to improve on last season's 10th-placed finish.
Both teams will be at home this weekend, with Moreton Bay welcoming Redlands United and Western Pride hosting FNQ Heat.
8’ - CHANCE FOR JETS - Stephen Green is played through but is denied by an excellent last-ditch tackle from Jesse Rigby.
47’ CHANCE FOR PRIDE – Jets fail to clear a corner and Pride’s Adam Endean has a chance from six yards, but his shot is blocked by goalkeeper Joshua Lagudah.
56’ CHANCE FOR JETS – Green beats three players down the Jets’ right and fires in a low cross which Donggyu Lee puts just wide at the near post.
59’ CHANCE FOR PRIDE – Corey Lucas curls a 25-yard free kick over the Jets wall but Lagudah tips it round the post.
71’ CHANCE FOR JETS – Kyusub Bang cuts inside but his low shot is deflected wide.
PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland 2017 – Round 6
Tuesday, April 4
Moreton Bay United FC 0
Western Pride FC 0
Referee – Zac KEENAN
Assistant – James SHERRY
Assistant – Saed ALIPOUR