Capalaba Bulldogs NPLW side continued their winnings on the weekend as they defeat 2018 grand finalists The Gap on Saturday night with a convincing 4 - 0 win.
Due to overnight rain, the fixture which was supposed to be played at Walton Bridge Reserve as a The Gap home game, was reversed to a Capalaba home game at John Fredericks Park to avoid delaying the match to during the week.
The goals were spread among some of Capalaba's most notable players with Abbey Lloyd, Vicky Lines, Stephanie Latham and Angela Maher scoring goals throughout the game to give a convincing win a consistently strong team in the NPLW.
Vicky Lines continues to stay on the top in the golden boot race in first place alongside Moreton Bay United's Rylee Baisden, both with eight goals from seven games. Katy Couperus also continues to sit in the top five with six goals in seven matches alongside Mariel Hecher and Sofie Persson from Lions FC.
Capalaba's NPLW head coach Daniel Baker was very happy with the result of the match against such a big team.
"I thought we were excellent tonight," Baker said.
"Going into the game you know it won't be easy playing against The Gap as they're a good side.
"While they had good periods in each half, overall we dominated the game and should really have scored another 1 or 2 with the chances we created."
Capalaba now have a week off with a bye and will be working hard towards their next game against 8th placed Western Pride at home on April 14. They now sit on the top of the table with 19 points from seven games, winning six games and drawing one.
Moreton Bay United sit closely behind on 18 points with six wins and one loss.
Meanwhile in the FQPL, Capalaba have had a second win in a row after defeating Wolves FC 4 - 2 at Carmichael Park. This gives Capalaba their second win for the season and helps them catch up to the rest of the table after an unfavourable start to the season.
Capalaba took the lead in the first half thanks to a goal from Ryo Ono and the second half saw five goals, two from Wolves thanks to Tarig Hammad and Robert Irving while Stuart Edgar, Connor Both and Josh Sherwood scored for Capalaba.
Capalaba's FQPL head coach David Booth was much happier with the result and how the team is working together,
"It was a much better performance from us today," Booth said.
"We dominated the majority of the game, we are now creating good goal scoring opportunities and completing them as well
"It's a good sign for us with a game in hand."
As it stands, Capalaba now sits in fourth place with six points which is a much more promising sign compared to the first two rounds but with a short season this year, they can not afford to lose anymore points if they look at playing for promotion this season.
Next weekend they are off to Whites Hill Reserve where they come up against Holland Park who will be eager to comeback from a heavy loss to Logan and currently sit at the bottom of the table.
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