It was a big night out at Logan on Saturday night for the Bulldogs as both the Football Queensland Premier League and National Premier League Women squads played against Logan Lightning.
First up was the NPLW side who were soaring high after starting the season with two wins from two games while Logan had the weekend off with a bye.
Vicky Lines opened the game with the first goal in the 15th minute of the game with her fifth goal this season but was quickly followed by a reply from Tiarne Petterwood who equalised in the 19th minute.
The second half saw Petterwood get her second goal on the hour mark.
It was looking like they had the three points in the bag until Katy Couperus scored her third goal this season in the 91st minute of the game to confirm a point from the match.
Capalaba head coach Daniel Baker said they needed to make the most of the opportunities they got.
“We were excellent in the first half and created a number of chances," Baker said.
"The issue for us at the moment is being more clinical and putting these chances away. Logan are a good team and they came out in the second half and adapted well to how we were playing."
Baker said he thought they did well enough to win the game but could not be too disappointed with a draw.
THE FQPL squad were left to an unlucky start to the season as they went down by two goals in the season opening match.
It was not until the second half where Jed Brown scored the first goal for the season in the 77th minute of the match from an unlucky deflection which left the Bulldogs on their back foot late into the game.
The result was sealed in the 92nd minute when super-sub Royce Brownlie finished off the match.
Head coach David Booth reflected positively on the game despite the loss.
"The performance was excellent but missed opportunities cost us the game," Booth said.
"You just have to capitalise on every goal scoring opportunity if you want to win these big games.
"When you go down 1-nil in the 60th minute from a deflection, then you're chasing a game and pushing players forward in the last 10 minutes. It can go either way and on Saturday it went against us."
The NPLW side travels to Teralba Park on Saturday to play at 6pm against a rested Mitchelton side who has had the week off for a bye.
The FQPL side play their first home game on Saturday at 7pm against Mitchelton who had a big win against Holland Park on the weekend winning 5-2.
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