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The players of St. George quickly returned to the winning rhythm after the unexpected defeat by Tuvong. The team from the University of Queensland could not do more than the early lead, which woke up the Serbian team from Vilavong in time, and a turnaround followed. In just 11 minutes, the “Saints” took the lead with two goals by Daniel Callahan with 2: 1 and kept the advantage until the end.

All 90 minutes of domination was on the side of St. George, whose players sent a total of 13 shots on goal, while the “students” sent only two balls to the goalkeeper Nikola Popovic. However, the Serbian team did not use the strong chances and missed the opportunity to fill the home team’s net to the top. However, a victory is being written, which is extremely important in the attempt of the “Saints” to reach the third place at the end of the Premier League in Brisbane, which will enable them a better starting position in the playoffs for placement in a higher rank.

The coach of St. George decided for this match for the team: Popović, Šuša, Johnson, Scavo, Saolele, Davey, Synerton, Jabel, Callahan, Bond, Falso.

In the foreplay, the reservists of the University of Queensland won with the result 3: 1 (0: 1), and the only goal for the “saints” was scored by Popov. St. George’s reserve team is third on the table with 37 points (11 wins, four draws and five defeats, goal difference 56:41).

The Serbian club will play the next game tonight at 7.30 pm against the leader on the table, the team Olbeni Krika. The match is played on the field of Walter Park, and St. George will have a difficult task with the intention of inflicting the first defeat on the best team in the championship.

The league part of the season ends at the weekend. St. George will play against Western Spirit in the last round, on Sunday, September 26, at 6:00 PM at the home field of St. George Park.

PRIME MINISTER LEAGUE BRISBANE

Round 20 results: Tuwong – Brisbane Knights 2: 1, University of Queensland – St. George 1: 2, Western Spirit – Bayside United 0: 2, Gap – Acacia Ridge 0: 1, Mt Gravat – Lakes 0: 3, Sentenari Stormers – Albany Creek 1: 2.

1. Olbeni Krik 20 17 3 0 95:18 54
2. Bejsajd J. 21 14 1 6 48:25 43
3. Lejks 21 12 3 6 52:44 39
4. Sv. George 20 11 2 7 53:34 35
5. Tuvong 20 9 5 6 45:41 32
6 Mt Engraving 20 9 3 8 36:37 30
7. Acacia R. 20 8 3 9 36:44 27
8. S. Stormers 21 6 5 10 29:47 23
9. University 21 6 3 12 26:46 21
10. V. Spirit 19 4 3 12 31:63 15
11. Najts 20 4 2 14 28:53 14
12. Gep 19 3 3 13 14:41 12

Pairs of the remaining matches: Albany Creek – St. George (Wednesday, 7.30 pm), Brisbane Knights – Gap (Wednesday). Saturday: Tuwong – University, Acacia Ridge – Sentenari Stormers, Bayside United – Gap. Sunday, September 26: Albany Creek – Mt Gravat, Brisbane Knights – Lakes, St. George – Western Spirit.

Young Daniel Callahan, the scorer of both goals in the victory of St. George

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