Gap teams in strong position after first round

By Juniors Editor on


The Gap Women’s PlayStation 4 NPL continue to set the standard for women’s football in Queensland, leading the competition and in a commanding position to defend their title from last year. They are undefeated winning all 9 games. It is a great credit to Technical Director, Rob Askew, and every member of their team. Do yourself a favour, and come down to the club and watch one of their games.

Our Brisbane Premier League Women’s teams is performing strongly once again demonstrating the quality and depth of our women teams.


Our Men’s Capital League 2 first team is reaping the rewards of hard work and dedication under new coach, Trevor Rohdmann. At the end of the first round, they are on top of the ladder having scored a massive 56 goals in their first 11 games. Two of the top 3 goal scorers in the league are from The Gap (and one of them has been out with injury for 3 games). Not to be outdone, the reserves are undefeated on top of their ladder with the league’s top goal scorer at The Gap. What a way to start the season.


In addition, The Gap has 16 junior divisional teams with 10 teams in the top 4 of their respective leagues. Three are top their table, three in second, three in third and one in 4th. There are two others sitting fifth. Collectively they have played 84 games, won 48, drawn 8 and lost 28. We have scored 315 goals and conceded 167 and amassed 152 points.

Suport our next men’s home game: 6pm Saturday (Reserves 4pm) as they take on the third-placed team, Western Spirit in a key game for both sides.

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