In total, the net was rattled on 27 occasions in five games, a record for goals over one weekend.

Adelaide United scored eight and won by seven – two records – with Marcos Flores and Sergio van Dijk both scoring hat tricks.

Bruce Djite also scored a treble on the coast in front of almost 15,000 as the gates were flung open.

In the league’s flood relief appeal, 73,751 fans turned out in total for an incredible weekend of football.

Yet, judging by the talking points, it may be Kevin Muscat’s red card that overshadows it all.

The Victory captain and veteran lunged and recklessly, perhaps even maliciously, struck Heart winger Adrian Zahra on the knees with a scissor-style slide tackle.

He saw a straight red and the prognosis was better than expected for the youngster with only partial damage to ligaments in his right knee.

It was a dangerous challenge and the match review panel may yet have their say on the automatic two-match ban.

Muscat has since apologized, but the tackle has drawn anger from some of his biggest fans, including those of the club he leads.

The match review panel should make it known the tackle was unacceptable, with or without Muscat’s history.

Some have called it the worst tackle ever seen in the league, while the video of it has made international news.

It overshadowed not only a brilliant weekend of football, but another action-packed derby filled with quality.

Victory produced fluency for their opener, while Alex Terra again showed his acrobatics to set up John Aloisi.

It was played in front of a strong crowd and despite being billed as “The Decider”, there wasn’t to be a winner to break the 1-1 head-to-head record.

The hat tricks were part of some cracking goals, none better than a stunning volley from Adama Traore, closely followed by curving strikes from Panagiotis Nikas and Carlos Hernandez.

Fury’s future must be revealed soon after their 8-1 thrashing, with many players lacking focus with so much uncertainty over their futures.

Finals spots remain up for grabs, but a weekend of amazing football has been overshadowed by a moment of madness in Melbourne.

  

Adelaide United 8 (Marcos Flores 4’37’87’, Travis Dodd 28’, Iain Ramsay 42’, Sergio van Dijk 46’67’83’)
North Queensland Fury 1 (Panagiotis Nikas 71’)
Crowd: 10,986 @ Hindmarsh Stadium

 

Adelaide United ran riot and temporarily regained second spot with a record-breaking 8-1 demolition of North Queensland Fury.

Hat tricks from Marcos Flores and Sergio van Dijk saw the Reds home against a Fury defence all at sea.

Flores started the rampage inside five minutes, with roles reversed as van Dijk put in a delightful cross for the midfielder to head home.

Scored turned provider soon after, exposing a giant gap in the centre of the Fury defence to release Travis Dodd, who struck powerfully past Justin Pasfield.

Dodd returned the favour moments later, beating two Fury defenders before squaring for Flores to easily finish.

It was four before the main break in more fortunate circumstances as Iain Ramsay got on the board after Dodd’s shot was initially blocked.

Van Dijk got on the scoresheet after the interval, completing a hat trick with three fine finishes.

Fury scored the ultimate consolation through Panagiotis Nikas, a cracking finish into the corner of Eugene Galekovic’s net.

Flores completed the rout with a header of his own late on to send Reds fans homes happy and in second spot on Friday night.

The Reds looked comprehensive but it is difficult to know how much to read into a performance against a very poor side.

Fury’s future appears to be on the forefront of the minds of the players and will need to improve drastically to get anything else out of the current season.

Adelaide United: 1. Eugene GALEKOVIC (gk), 3. Nigel BOOGAARD (2. Robert CORNTHWAITE 70’), 4. Iain FYFE, 6. CASSIO, 8. Adam HUGHES, 9. Sergio VAN DIJK, 10. Marcos FLORES, 13. Travis DODD (c), 14. Cameron WATSON, 17. Iain RAMSAY (19. Mathew LECKIE 75’), 21. Francisco USUCAR (12. Paul REID 64’)
Unused sub: 20. Mark BIRIGHITTI (gk)
Yellow cards: None
Red cards: None

North Queensland Fury: 1. Justin PASFIELD (gk), 2. Jack HINGERT, 3. Brad MCDONALD, 4. Eric AKOTO, 5. Mark HUGHES, 6. Ufuk TALAY (c) (18. Brett STUDMAN 80’), 11. David WILLIAMS, 12. Panagiotis NIKAS, 13. Andre KILIAN (19. Isaka CERNAK 46’), 14. Chris GROSSMAN (22. Lorenzo SIPI 53’), 21. Jason SPAGNUOLO
Unused sub: 28. Sebastian USAI (gk)
Yellow cards: None
Red cards: None

 

Adelaide United

1. Eugene GALEKOVIC – 7

3. Nigel BOOGAARD – 7

4. Iain FYFE – 7

6. CASSIO – 9

8. Adam HUGHES – 7

9. Sergio VAN DIJK – 9

10. Marcos FLORES – 10

13. Travis DODD – 8

14. Cameron WATSON – 8

17. Iain RAMSAY – 9

21. Francisco USUCAR – 8

12. Paul REID – 6

2. Robert CORNTHWAITE – 7

19. Mathew LECKIE – 7

Average team rating – 7.8

 

North Queensland Fury

1. Justin PASFIELD – 4

2. Jack HINGERT – 5

3. Brad MCDONALD – 5

4. Eric AKOTO – 4

5. Mark HUGHES – 4

6. Ufuk TALAY – 5

11. David WILLIAMS – 6

12. Panagiotis NIKAS – 6

13. Andre KILIAN – 5

14. Chris GROSSMAN – 5

21. Jason SPAGNUOLO – 4

19. Isaka CERNAK – 5

22. Lorenzo SIPI – 4

18. Brett STUDMAN – 5

Average team rating – 4.8

Man of the match – Adelaide United’s Marcos Flores turned in the performance of the season so far, scoring three and setting up two in the 8-1 thrashing. He was absolutely magnificent.

Key moment – The early goal from Adelaide really knocked the wind out of Fury. Their confidence was already low and this just made it worse. Ratings by Arabella Vaughan

 

Melbourne Victory 2 (Danny Allsopp 10’, Carlos Hernandez 31’)
Melbourne Heart 2 (John Aloisi 45+2’51’)
Crowd: 32,321 @ Etihad Stadium

 

 

Melbourne Heart were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw in another action-packed city derby against Victory, soured by another sending off for Kevin Muscat.

The hosts led 2-0 before Heart came back and were unfortunate not to find a winner in the last half hour.

Danny Allsopp opened the scoring early on after a brilliant passing movement involving Carlos Hernandez and Matthew Kemp, the latter crossing for Allsopp to place home.

The lead was doubled just after the half hour mark through a trademark free kick from Hernandez,

The Costa Rican curved his shot over the wall and into the top corner of the net with the aid of Muscat, who appeared to push the edge of the Heart wall.

Heart were their way back into the corner and got a deserved equalizer in first half stoppage time thanks to more acrobatic work from Alex Terra.

Terra, coming off a cracking bicycle kick goal in Perth, provided the same as an assist for John Aloisi to head home.

Aloisi doubled his tally in the second half after a lapse in the Victory defence allowed Michael Beauchamp to cross for the Socceroos hero to head in again.

The game was soured by Muscat’s red card in the 79th minute after a horror challenge on young Heart winger Adrian Zahra.

Returning from suspension, Muscat lunged high on Zahra with the youngster out for the rest of the season with partially damaged ligaments.

Heart pushed for a winner but struggled to find it, meaning they will need to win at least their last three games to have any chance of making the top six.

It was another disappointing performance from Victory, but with a trip to North Queensland mid-week, they may quickly returning to winning ways.

Melbourne Victory: 1. Michael PETKOVIC (gk), 2. Kevin MUSCAT (c), 3. Mate DUGANDZIC (15. Tom PONDELJAK 55’), 7. Matthew KEMP (17. Matthew FOSCHINI 78’), 8. Grant BREBNER, 11. Marvin ANGULO (9. RICARDINHO 66’), 12. Rodrigo VARGAS, 13. Diogo FERREIRA, 14. Billy CELESKI, 16. Carlos HERNANDEZ, 18. Danny ALLSOPP
Unused sub: 20. Sebastian MATTEI (gk)
Yellow cards: Allsopp (38’), Ferreira (43’), Kemp (50’), Angulo (54’), Muscat (60’), Hernandez (89’), Petkovic (90+2’)
Red card: Muscat (79’)

Melbourne Heart: 1. Clint BOLTON (gk), 4. Simon COLOSIMO (c), 5. Michael BEAUCHAMP, 6. Matt THOMPSON, 9. Gerald SIBON, 10. Wayne SRHOJ, 11. Alex TERRA, 15. John ALOISI, 16. Aziz BEHICH (7. Rutger WORM 72’), 20. Josip SKOKO, 25. Adrian ZAHRA (22. Nick KALMAR 81’)
Unused subs: 12. Peter ZOIS (gk), 8. Kristian SARKIES
Yellow cards: Skoko (48’), Thompson (76’)
Red cards: None

Melbourne Victory

1. Michael PETKOVIC – 5

2. Kevin MUSCAT – 3

3. Mate DUGANDZIC – 5

7. Matthew KEMP – 5

8. Grant BREBNER – 6

11. Marvin ANGULO – 6

12. Rodrigo VARGAS – 6

13. Diogo FERREIRA – 6

14. Billy CELESKI – 5

16. Carlos HERNANDEZ – 7

18. Danny ALLSOPP – 7

15. Tom PONDELJAK – 5

9. RICARDINHO – 5

17. Matthew FOSCHINI – 5

Average team rating – 5.4

 

 

Melbourne Heart

1. Clint BOLTON – 6

4. Simon COLOSIMO – 7

5. Michael BEAUCHAMP – 7

6. Matt THOMPSON – 7

9. Gerald SIBON – 6

10. Wayne SRHOJ – 6

11. Alex TERRA – 7

15. John ALOISI – 8

16. Aziz BEHICH – 5

20. Josip SKOKO – 8

25. Adrian ZAHRA – 6

7. Rutger WORM – 5

22. Nick KALMAR – 5

 

Average team rating – 6.4

Man of the Match – Building on his tally from the first derby, John Aloisi’s clinical finishing really made a difference for a Heart side that couldn’t quite land the knock out punch they so required.

Key moment – It goes without saying that it was “that” tackle by Kevin Muscat that has everyone talking about the match. Fortunately for Victory, it didn’t end up costing them any more points than it did. Ratings by Neil Zimmerman

 

Gold Coast United 5 (Adama Traore 10’, Bruce Djite 37’80’87’, Shane Smeltz 61’)
Newcastle Jets 1 (Zhang Shuo 75’)
Crowd: 14,783 @ Skilled Park

 

Gold Coast United kept their hopes of finishing in the top two alive on the back of a hat trick from Bruce Djite in a 5-1 win over an undermanned Newcastle.

The depleted Jets never looked in the contest as the gates were flung open for 14,783 people to support United.

Adama Traore opened the scoring with a top draw strike, volleying just under the cross bar from the edge of the area.

Djite got his first from a United corner as Dino Djulbic put his header into the danger area for Djite to scramble home.

The result was assured on the hour mark as Bas van den Brink cut back a pass for Shane Smeltz to finish superbly into the bottom corner.

The striker struck the woodwork with a penalty before the Jets pulled one back through Zhang Shuo, who capitalized after Glen Moss fumbled a ball into his path.

Djite completed his hat trick with two late goals as United cemented fourth spot and kept the pressure on second and third.

Although the Jets have games in hand, their thinning squad is missing creativity in the middle of the park.

Gold Coast United: 1. Glen MOSS (gk), 2. Steve PANTELIDIS (16. Kristian REES 75’), 3. Michael THWAITE (c), 6. Dino DJULBIC, 8. ANDERSON, 9. Shane SMELTZ (14. Joel PORTER 67’), 11. Bruce DJITE, 13. Bas VAN DEN BRINK, 21. Golgol MEBRAHTU (27. Chris HAROLD 74’), 22. Adama TRAORE, 33. Peter PERCHTOLD
Unused sub: 30. Jerrad TYSON (gk)
Yellow cards: Pantelidis (22’), Djite (81’)
Red cards: None

Newcastle Jets: 1. Ben KENNEDY (gk), 2. Taylor REGAN, 4. Nikolai TOPOR-STANLEY (c), 11. Tarek ELRICH, 12. Jobe WHEELHOUSE, 14. Labinot HALITI (9. Zhang SHUO 67’), 17. Marcello FIORENTINI, 18. Marko JESIC, 23. Ryan GRIFFITHS (31. Jacob PEPPER 82’), 25. Samuel GALLAWAY, 26. James VIRGILI (16. Jeremy BROCKIE 67’)
Unused sub: 40. Matthew NASH (gk)
Yellow cards: None
Red cards: None

Gold Coast United

1. Glen MOSS – 7

2. Steve PANTELIDIS – 7

3. Michael THWAITE – 8

6. Dino DJULBIC – 7

8. ANDERSON – 7

9. Shane SMELTZ – 8

11. Bruce DJITE – 9

13. Bas VAN DEN BRINK – 8

21. Golgol MEBRAHTU – 7

22. Adama TRAORE – 7

33. Peter PERCHTOLD – 8

14. Joel PORTER – 7

27. Chris HAROLD – 7

16. Kristian REES – 7

Average team rating – 7.4

 

 

Newcastle Jets

1. Ben KENNEDY – 6

2. Taylor REGAN – 5

4. Nikolai TOPOR-STANLEY – 6

11. Tarek ELRICH – 6

12. Jobe WHEELHOUSE – 6

14. Labinot HALITI – 6

17. Marcello FIORENTINI – 6

18. Marko JESIC – 6

23. Ryan GRIFFITHS – 6

25. Samuel GALLAWAY – 5

26. James VIRGILI – 6

16. Jeremy BROCKIE – 5

9. Zhang SHUO – 6

31. Jacob PEPPER – 6

Average team rating – 5.8

Man of the match – Gold Coast United’s Bruce Djite is reaping the benefits of partnering Shane Smeltz in attack, latching onto ball after ball and getting himself a hat trick in the process.

Key moment – An injury ravaged Jets weren’t looking too good and by the end of the match they were exhausted, resulting in conceding two goals in the last 10 minutes. This didn’t exactly do their goal difference much good. AV

 

Wellington Phoenix 4 (Tando Velaphi (og) 10’, Dylan Macallister 48’, Vince Lia 59’, Chris Greenacre 90’)
Perth Glory 0
Crowd: 5115 @ Westpac Stadium


Wellington Phoenix maintained their pressure on the top six with a dominant 4-0 victory over Perth Glory.

An early goal in a wet Wellington helped Phoenix on their way, sitting just one point behind sixth-placed Heart with two games in hand.

Perth shot stopper Tando Velaphi miscued his attempted clearance on the goal line into the back of the net under heavy pressure from Nick Ward.

Early in the second period, Dylan Macallister doubled the lead with a bit of good fortune as his long range free kick took a deflection and left Velaphi with no hope.

Vince Lia made it three with a fine goal 10 minutes later, volleying home into the corner of the net from just inside the area.

Substitute Chris Greenacre completed the scoring with a late goal to help Phoenix to a comprehensive victory. 

Glory’s season is over but Phoenix, with games in hand and an improved goal difference, are front runners to steal one of the bottom two spots in the top six.

Wellington Phoenix: 19. Danny VUKOVIC (gk), 2. Manny MUSCAT, 3. Tony LOCHHEAD, 4. Nick WARD (11. DANIEL 64’), 6. Tim BROWN, 13. Troy HEARFIELD, 17. Vince LIA, 18. Ben SIGMUND, 21. Marco ROJAS (10. Oscar Roberto CORNEJO 73’), 22. Andrew DURANTE (c), 23. Dylan MACALLISTER (9. Chris GREENACRE 64’)
Unused sub: 20, Reece CROWTHER (gk)
Yellow Cards: None
Red Cards: None

Perth Glory: 1. Tando VELAPHI (gk), 2. Josh MITCHELL, 11. Branko JELIC (18. Brent GRIFFITHS 84’), 12. Scott NEVILLE (c), 13. Tommy AMPHLETT (26. Adam TAGGART 58’), 14. Steven McGARRY, 15. Howard FONDYKE (27. Cameron EDWARDS 84’), 17. Todd HOWARTH, 19. Naum SEKULOVSKI, 21. Mile STERJOVSKI, 24. Josh RISDON
Unused sub: 20. Alex PEARSON (gk)
Yellow Cards: Fondyke (10’), Mitchell (34’)
Red Cards: None

Wellington Phoenix

19. Danny VUKOVIC – 6

2. Manny MUSCAT – 8

3. Tony LOCHHEAD – 6

4. Nick WARD – 7

6. Tim BROWN – 7

13. Troy HEARFIELD – 7

17. Vince LIA – 8

18. Ben SIGMUND – 7

21. Marco ROJAS – 9

22. Andrew DURANTE – 7

23. Dylan MACALLISTER – 6

11. DANIEL – 6

9. Chris GREENACRE – 8

10. Oscar Roberto CORNEJO – 6

Average team rating – 7

 

 

Perth Glory

1. Tando VELAPHI – 2

2. Josh MITCHELL – 4

11. Branko JELIC – 5

12. Scott NEVILLE – 4

13. Tommy AMPHLETT – 4

14. Steven MCGARRY – 6

15. Howard FONDYKE – 4

17. Todd HOWARTH – 6

19. Naum SEKULOVSKI – 5

21. Mile STERJOVSKI – 5

24. Josh RISDON – 3

26. Adam TAGGART – 4

18. Brent GRIFFITHS – 6

27. Cameron EDWARDS – 6

Average team rating – 4.6

Man of the Match – Wellington winger Marco Rojas quite simply destroyed fellow young talent Joshua Risdon. His dribbling ability was once again a sparkling feature.

Key Moment – Perth’s first ten minutes included a lucky escape and a dreadful ‘keeper error to concede the opener, hardly a solid platform to build upon. They created the odd sight at goal from then but didn’t give themselves a proper chance to challenge. Ratings by Matt Dorman


Central Coast Mariners 2 (Patricio Perez 49’, Matt Simon 57’)
Sydney FC 2 (Dimitri Petratos 17’27’)
Crowd: 10,546 @ Bluetongue Stadium

 

Central Coast Mariners came from two goals down to score a 2-2 draw in an entertaining encounter with Sydney FC.

The Mariners made a poor start to the encounter and youngster Dimitri Petratos made them pay with a double inside half an hour.

The 18-year-old ran onto a long pass after Bruno Cazarine was offside but adjudged not to be influencing play, allowing Petratos to run on and finish superbly.

He made it two after an uncharacteristic error from Patrick Zwaanswijk in the 27th minute with the defender not controlling a pass, allowing Petratos to pick his pocket and finish well across Mathew Ryan and into the bottom corner.

The Mariners were back in the game in an eight-minute period in the second half, with Patricio Perez first skipping onto a pass from Oliver Bozanic to drive past Liam Reddy.

The playmaker set up the second, executing his set piece onto the head of Matt Simon assisted by some poor Sydney defending.

Neither side could find a winner, but Daniel McBreen thought he had but his header struck the side netting in stoppage time.

Sky Blues keeper Reddy could come under review early in the week after his forceful swung towards the head of Simon in a scramble in the first half.

A point was enough to secure second spot for the Mariners while any hopes the Sky Blues had of making the finals are all but over.

Central Coast Mariners: 20. Mathew RYAN (gk), 4. Pedj BOJIC, 6. Patrick ZWAANSWIJK, 8. Rostyn GRIFFITHS (7. John HUTCHINSON 62’), 10. Patricio PEREZ, 11. Oliver BOZANIC, 14. Michael MCGLINCHEY, 16. Trent SAINSBURY (2. Daniel McBREEN 46’), 18. Alex WILKINSON (c), 19. Matt SIMON, 23. Adam KWASNIK (22. Mustafa AMINI 80’)
Unused sub: 30. Paul HENDERSON
Yellow card: Bojic (83’)
Red cards: Nil

Sydney FC: 1. Liam REDDY (gk), 3. Stephan KELLER, 6. Hirofumi MORIYASU, 8. Stuart MUSIALIK, 9. Bruno CAZARINE (18. Juho MAKELA 63’), 10. Nick CARLE (2. Sebastian RYALL 85’), 15. Terry MCFLYNN (c) (12. Shannon COLE 71’), 17. Matt JURMAN, 21. Scott JAMIESON, 22. Sung-Hwan BYUN, 24. Dimitri PETRATOS
Unused sub: 20. Ivan NECEVSKI (gk)
Yellow cards: Musialik (23’), Carle (44’), McFlynn (71’), Makela (78’)
Red cards: None

Central Coast Mariners

20. Mathew RYAN – 7

4. Pedj BOJIC – 7

6. Patrick ZWAANSWIJK – 5

8. Rostyn GRIFFITHS – 6

10. Patricio PEREZ – 8

11. Oliver BOZANIC – 8

14. Michael MCGLINCHEY – 7

16. Trent SAINSBURY – 6

18. Alex WILKINSON – 7

19. Matt SIMON – 8

23. Adam KWASNIK – 7

2. Daniel MCBREEN – 7

7. John HUTCHINSON – 7

22. Mustafa AMINI – 6

Average team rating – 6.9

 

 

Sydney FC

1. Liam REDDY – 7

3. Stephan KELLER – 6

6. Hirofumi MORIYASU – 7

8. Stuart MUSIALIK – 7

9. Bruno CAZARINE – 7

10. Nick CARLE – 8

15. Terry MCFLYNN – 7

17. Matt JURMAN – 7

21. Scott JAMIESON – 6

22. Sung-Hwan BYUN – 6

24. Dimitri PETRATOS – 8

18. Juho MAKELA – 6

12. Shannon COLE – 6

2. Sebastian RYALL – 6

Average team rating – 6.7

Man of the match – Central Coast Mariners’ Oliver Bozanic put in a great game, pulling all the strings in midfield for the Mariners. It was a pity he wasn’t utilised more as he was often completely unmarked on the left hand side of the pitch and could’ve done even more damage if given the chance.

Key moment – The Mariners managed to hit back quickly after half time, before Sydney had regained the dominance they held in the first half. It was, however, the marking at set pieces for Sydney that left many perplexed and gave the Mariners an equaliser. Scott Jamieson marking the towering Matt Simon? AV

Weekend Break: Brisbane Roar

Midweek: Brisbane Roar v Wellington Phoenix @ Skilled Park, North Queensland Fury v Melbourne Victory @ Dairy Farmers Stadium

Hyundai A-League 2010/11 League Table

Team

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

1

Brisbane Roar

26

14

11

1

48

24

24

53

2

Central Coast Mariners

26

13

8

5

43

28

15

47

3

Adelaide United

26

14

4

8

48

32

16

46

4

Gold Coast United

25

11

9

5

37

22

15

42

5

Melbourne Victory

26

8

10

8

37

37

0

34

6

Melbourne Heart

27

8

9

10

28

37

-9

33

7

Wellington Phoenix

25

9

5

11

34

36

-2

32

8

Newcastle Jets

25

8

7

10

24

28

-4

31

9

Sydney FC

26

6

8

12

28

37

-9

26

10

Perth Glory

27

5

8

14

26

46

-20

23

11

North Queensland Fury

27

4

7

16

26

52

-26

19

Hyundai A-League 2010/11 - Leading Goal-Scorers

16 - Sergio VAN DIJK

10 - Kosta BARBAROUSES, Robbie KRUSE, Matt SIMON, Jean Carlos SOLORANZO

9 - Bruce DJITE, Robbie FOWLER, Adam KWASNIK

8 - Marcos FLORES

7 - John ALOISI, Bruno CAZARINE, Paul IFILL

6 - Alex BROSQUE, Tim BROWN, Chris GREENACRE, Gerald SIBON

5 - Jason CULINA, Carlos HERNANDEZ, Dylan MacALLISTER, Mitch NICHOLS, REINALDO, Mile STERJOVSKI, David WILLIAMS

4 - Thomas BROICH, Iain FYFE, Mark HUGHES, Marko JESIC, Mathew LECKIE, Chris PAYNE, Patricio PEREZ, Iain RAMSAY, Shane SMELTZ, Alex TERRA

3 - Leo BERTOS, Shannon COLE, Travis DODD, Mate DUGANDZIC, Labinot HALITI, Nick KALMAR, Daniel MCBREEN, Dimitri PETRATOS, Sasho PETROVSKI, Ufuk TALAY, Archie THOMPSON, Bas VAN DEN BRINK, Patrick ZWAANSWIJK

2 - Danny ALLSOPP, Eli BABALJ, Grant BREBNER, James BROWN, Dyron DAAL, Dino DJULBIC, Ivan FRANJIC, Rostyn GRIFFITHS, Chris GROSSMAN, Todd HOWARTH, Branko JELIC, Juho MAKELA, Matt MCKAY, Kevin MUSCAT, Scott NEVILLE, Erik PAARTALU, Joel PORTER, RICARDINHO, ROBSON, Marco ROJAS, Joshua ROSE, Ben SIGMUND, Matt SMITH, Nikolai TOPOR-STANLEY, Adama TRAORE, Rodrigo VARGAS, Nick WARD, Ruben ZADKOVICH, Adrian ZAHRA

1 -  Ali ABBAS, Michael BAIRD, Fabian BARBIERO, Andrew BARISIC, Mark BRIDGE, Michael BRIDGES, Jeremy BROCKIE, Leigh BROXHAM, Billy CELESKI, Isaka CERNAK, Simon COLOSIMO, Robert CORNTHWAITE, Jamie COYNE, John CURTIS, Luke DEVERE, Dino DJUBLIC, Gareth EDDS, Diogo FERRERIA, Brendan GAN, Rhyan GRANT, Ryan GRIFFITHS, Jamie HARNWELL, Chris HAROLD, John HUTCHINSON, Scott JAMIESON, Francis JEFFERS, Joe KEENAN, Stephan KELLER, Matthew LEWIS, Vince LIA, Terry MCFLYNN, Michael McGLINCHEY, James MEYER, Josh MITCHELL, Hirofumi MORIYASU, Daniel MULLEN, Massimo MURDOCCA, Panagiotis NIKAS, Steve PANTELIDIS, Adriano PELLEGRINO, Tom PONDELJAK, Paul REID, Sean ROONEY, Zhang SHUO, Eugene SSEPPUYA, Simon STOREY, Matt THOMPSON, Rocky VISCONTE, Alex WILKINSON, Rutger WORM