PS4NPLQLD U23 All Stars Voting

NPL All-Stars

Words: Staff Writers

Voting is now open in the next stage for the PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Under 23 All-Stars.

The PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Under 23 All-Stars will face Brisbane Roar at Queensland Sports and Athletics Centre (QSAC) on September 19, as part of a double header with the PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues Finals Series.

The match will serve as important preparation for the three-time Hyundai A-League Champions and allow some of PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland's brightest young talents the chance to shine against one of the country's premier football clubs.

Two (2) strikers will ultimately comprise the seventeen (17) player PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland All-Stars, however fans can only vote for one (1) - so be sure to make it count!

Read the profiles on each of the nominees below and then vote using the form at the bottom of the page. (If form fails to display on your browser - click here)

Voting closes at 11:59PM Sunday, 6th September.

PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Under 23 All-Star Nominees

- Strikers -
(note: statistics are correct as of Thursday, September 3 2015)

Elliot Ronto

Club: Redlands United FC

Age: 21

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 22 games / 7 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 55 games / 19 goals

About: A hard-working attacker with a penchant for cutting inside from wide areas. Made his PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland debut with Queensland Academy of Sport in 2013 before becoming a mainstay of the Red Devils front third over the past two campaigns.

 

 

Jacob Fulluck

Club: Sunshine Coast FC

Age: 18

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 22 games / 10 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 29 games / 10 goals

About: 2015 has been a breakout year for the dynamic Fulluck who cemented himself as a first-team regular and topped Fire's scoring chart on the back of cut-throat finishing. Has responded impressively to increased defensive attentions and is considered a definite Hyundai A-League prospect.

 

Dylan Wenzel-Halls

Club: Olympic FC

Age: 17

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 11 games / 1 goal

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 14 games / 2 goals

About: Debuted for Olympic's senior side last year following prolific returns at youth level in recent campaigns. Wenzel-Halls has proved explosive off the bench as an impact player with a tenacity in front of goal that belies his small stature.

 

 

Harrison Sawyer

Club: Western Pride FC

Age: 18

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 21 games / 7 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 21 games / 7 goals

About: A genuine 'number nine' that has turned heads with his big frame and deft control in his first PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland season. Finished the year top of Pride's goalscoring charts and promises plenty more in seasons to come - but only if bigger clubs don't come knocking.

 

Koh Satake

Club: Brisbane City FC

Age: 23

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 15 games / 4 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 21 games / 5 goals

About: Finished the season as regular starter for City after previously standing out with Gold Coast United in the Foxtel National Youth League. Capped his season with his first PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland hat-trick in a record-breaking win against SWQ Thunder.

 

 

Brady Cronk

Club: Sunshine Coast FC

Age: 21

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 22 games / 5 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 25 games / 5 goals

About: Cemented his place in the Fire starting team this year after debuting in 2014 with three bench appearances. Cronk started the season with a brace and continued to impress as part of Fire's exciting young attack throughout the campaign. 

 

 

Sean Karambasis

Club: Northern Fury FC

Age: 18

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 6 games / 5 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 7 games / 5 goals

About: A local product who has made huge strides this season - including an eye-catching mid-season stretch that netted his first senior goal. Not afraid to take on a defender or chance his hand from distance.

 

 

Lyndon Dykes

Club: Redlands United FC

Age: 19

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 14 games / 6 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 14 games / 6 goals

About: Arguably the signing of the season, Dykes has proved a stand-out for the Red Devils since joining the line-up. Quick, strong and with a natural eye for goal - he has caused problems for a myriad of defenders in his first PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland season.

 

 

Nykodah Smith

Club: SWQ Thunder FC

Age: 17

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 15 games / 4 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 15 games / 4 goals

About: Originally from Bundaberg, the teenager announced himself in the opening round with a brace against Brisbane Roar Youth. A constant threat in a team that has otherwise struggled to score - would benefit from the quality midfield delivery of a team of All-Stars.

 

 

Joshua Pin

Club: FNQ FC Heat

Age: 18

PS4NPLQLD 2015 Stats: 19 games / 4 goals

PS4NPLQLD Career Stats: 27 games / 4 goals

About: Making his debut in 2013, Pin is a Heat academy product that was nurtured slowly before becoming a first team regular this season. Has shown composure with the ball at feet and to head - his promise meant Heat have already re-signed him for next year's campaign.

 




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