National Futsal Championships: Day 3 Wrap

On the third day of the National Futsal Championships, spectators at Melbourne Sports Centre were treated to blockbuster matches across all age groups, setting up a mouth-watering last two days. 

Football Queensland leads all comers in the  AWD All-Abilities  division; however, Football NSW Thunder closed the gap with a comfortable win over Football Victoria. Football SA maintains the fourth spot on the ladder after overcoming Football NSW Lightning.

Football NSW Lightning rose to third place in Group A of the  Under 12 Boys, with a commanding 8-2 win over Football Tasmania, while Football Queensland continued their unbeaten run with a 7-1 victory over Capital Football.

In Group B, Football Victoria continued their impressive start by edging past Gold Fields Western Australia. Football NSW Thunder also dominated their cross-town opponents NSW Country 13-3.

Football Victoria defeated the previously undefeated Football Queensland 3-5 in the  Under 13 Boys division today and followed this up with a 2-7 victory over Football SA. Gold Fields Western Australia defeated NSW Country, however, had to settle for a 3-3 draw when they came up against NSW Country later in the day. South Australia just got the better of Football SA 4-5, but fell to Football Victoria 2-7.

Football Queensland sits on top of the  Under 13 Girls Group A after defeating Football SA 3-7. Football NSW remains one game behind the group leaders after also winning against Capital Football 3-7.

Group B saw Football Victoria continue their winning ways top spot after easily accounting for Football NSW Lightning 5-0. Gold Fields Western Australia remain in second following their 5-3 win over NSW Country.

Football QLD maintained their perfect start in  Under 14 Boys Group A, while Football SA got their first win for the tournament against Football Tasmania. Capital Football remains the only undefeated team in Group B with a win over Football NSW Lightning and second-placed Football Victoria defeated NSW Country 3-7.

Football NSW Thunder maintained top spot in the  Under 15 Girls Group A after a narrow 3-0 win over Gold Fields Western Australia.

Football Victoria leapfrogged Football SA into second spot in Group B in victory, while NSW Country maintained top spot after defeating Lightning by three goals.

Football Victoria remains the team to beat in the  Under 15 Boys division after easing past Gold Fields Western Australia and drawing against Football Queensland put a mammoth 11 goals past Gold Fields Western Australia to sit in third place.

The deadlock continues in the  Under 16 Boys with three unable to be split on 12 points.

NSW Metro was at its damaging best as they were able to defeat Football Victoria and Football Tasmania by seven goals.

In the  Boy’s Youth division Football NSW Metro and Gold Fields Western Australia remain undefeated after recording their third win for the week.

Football NSW Thunder earned their third victory, claiming top spot in the  Under 17 Girls and Football Queensland defeated the winless Football SA.

In the  Open Women’s Division Football Victoria and Football Queensland drew 2-2 and Football NSW Thunder defeated Capital Football 3-2 in highly entertaining match.

The  Open Men’s Division started off today with Football Victoria claiming a 5-1 victory over Football Queensland before Football West defeated Football NSW Lightning by two goals.

In the afternoon, Football NSW Thunder defeated Football Victoria 3-4 and Football West defeated Football Queensland 2-1 in back-to-back great matches.

A cutthroat Matchday 4 kicks off Wednesday at 8:30AM, catch all the action live on  KommunityTV .

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