CQFC skipper Dylan Kussrow (right) is hopeful his broken ribs will be mended by the team's next game against Sunshine Coast Fire. Photo: Sharyn O'Neill / The Morning Bulletin.
CQFC skipper Dylan Kussrow (right) is hopeful his broken ribs will be mended by the team's next game against Sunshine Coast Fire. Photo: Sharyn O'Neill / The Morning Bulletin. Sharyn O'Neill ROK090313senergy1

CQFC Energy throw away sure-win against Palm Beach Sharks

INJURED CQFC Energy skipper Dylan Kussrow stood on the sidelines of Mallawa Sports Complex frustrated as his side threw away a game that looked to be in the bag, during round 11 of the National Premier League.

Despite a stellar goal-scoring effort from Scotsman Chris Geddes, who accurately booted all four of the Energy's goals, CQFC went down 5-4 in a disappointing loss to the Palm Beach Sharks.

Bolstered by their 3-2 victory last weekend over QAS, CQFC Energy entered Saturday night's clash with confidence.

Kussrow, who was sidelined due to two broken ribs suffered in the round seven match against Olympic, said while the hosts scored an early goal, CQFC responded with some patches of quality football.

The Energy led 3-2 at half time but Palm Beach eventually equalised and went into the lead, taking advantage of CQFC's inconsistency and lack of communication on the field. 

These were areas the team planned to concentrate on at training before their next game on June 9 against the Sunshine Coast Fire.

Read the full wrap in tomorrow's Morning Bulletin.



Climate change activism hits Rocky Art Gallery

premium_icon Climate change activism hits Rocky Art Gallery

Surprise move by artist during exhibition.

Not even 7 officers armed with tasers could stop savage crim

premium_icon Not even 7 officers armed with tasers could stop savage crim

Police feared Tiaaleaiga so they approached him as a group

Revealed: What you can expect at 2020 pop-up polo event

premium_icon Revealed: What you can expect at 2020 pop-up polo event

The event is earmarked for June 6 after success in 2019