Brisbane Roar v. Perth Glory – (1-1)
Brisbane were held to a draw by Glory. Sterjovski had opened the scoring in the 31st minute after some neat play from Fowler, however Henrique came off the bench for the Roar and injected some creativity into their play, providing the 63rd minute cross from which Mitch Nichols steered home. Perth dug deep and frustrated Brisbane to secure a draw
Sydney FC v. Gold Coast United – (2-0)
A classy first half strike from youngster Petratos and a 90th minute finish from new signing Juho Makela secured the first bak-to-back wins for Sydney this season. Gold Coast were poor and had Steve Fitzimmons sent off in the second half.
North Queensland v. Newcastle Jets (1-3)
After three successive defeats the Jets secured a vital win against a poor Fury side. A Zadkovich free kick, which was weakly handled by debuting keeper Sebastian Usai and a Haliti strike within three first half minutes all but sealed the win. A fantastic run from Tarek Elrich then allowed Ryan Griffiths to notch his frst goal in the A-League. Mark Hughes grabbed a consolation goal from the penalty spot after Wehrman had brought down Panagiotis Nikas in the box in injury time.
Melbourne Victory v. Adelaide United – (1-4)
Adelaide smashed Melbourne Victory to secure their hold onto 2nd place. Flores opened the scoring in the 12th minute. Van Dijk grabbed two goals in the 58th and 75th, while a Barbiero strike between the Dutchman’s brace sealed an emphatic win. Victory managed a consolation goal in the 90th minute through Mate Dugandzic and had Kevin Muscat sent off in the 65th minute.
Central Coast v. Wellington Phoenix – (1-0)
McGlinchey scored the winner from a Danny Rose cut back just before half-time, after an inspiring run from Patricio Perez. Zwaaanswijk hit the crossbar with a header just after the break, with the Mariners securing a well-deserved win.
Tuesday – Re-scheduled from Week 11:
Newcastle Jets v. North Queensland
Central Coast v. Brisbane Roar