Redland City FC thump Singh Sabha 11-0 to continue impressive start to Independent Football League season

REDLAND City FC have continued their strong form in the Queensland Independent Football League with a comprehensive 11-0 win over Singh Sabha.

RED HOT: Redland City have dominated the Queensland Independent Football League this season and sit on top of the table after nine games. Photo: Matt McLennan

RED HOT: Redland City have dominated the Queensland Independent Football League this season and sit on top of the table after nine games. Photo: Matt McLennan

Richie Stockman scored three goals to earn man of the match honours for the Redbacks, who sit on top of the table after nine games.

Daley Kemel and Phillip Randal also netted a brace to help the side secure another big win, having defeated Caxton Athletic 6-2 last time out.

HEADER: Richie Stockman goes up for a ball in the game against Singh Sabha. He scored three goals in a man of the match performance. Photo: Matt McLennan

HEADER: Richie Stockman goes up for a ball in the game against Singh Sabha. He scored three goals in a man of the match performance. Photo: Matt McLennan

Elsewhere, the men's city league team recorded their first loss in more than a month after going down to Bayside United 5-1 on Saturday.

The Redbacks let in three early goals but battled hard throughout the game, going on to draw the second half 1-1 thanks to a goal from Jake McGoldrick.

The loss came on the back of a strong away showing at Annerley last week which handed City their fourth win in as many games.

IN FORM: Tristian Chapman took out man of the match honours for Redland City against Bayside United. He is pictured playing here against Logan Metro. Photo: Matt McLennan

IN FORM: Tristian Chapman took out man of the match honours for Redland City against Bayside United. He is pictured playing here against Logan Metro. Photo: Matt McLennan

Tristian Chapman won man of the match for the second week in a row after another stand-out performance in midfield, and briefly at the back.

City play in another top of the table clash against Wishart Eagles on Friday, before taking on Capalaba Bulldogs in a catch up game early next month.

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