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Smith’s spirits still high

Conor Smith in action against NQU (Sharon Woodward)       A season of highs and lows for young Englishman Conor Smith in this his first taste of football in Australia.   A member of United’s inaugural National Premier Leagues squad, the 21 year old Evertonian has been at the centre of United’s push to…

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Youth Focus the key for United

U13 & 15 NPL Girls training hard (AGM Photography)   Gold Coast United’s focus on the future remains on track with a strong foundation of youth development pathways in place. In its debut season in the National Premier Leagues Queensland competition the Club’s progress at youth level in 2018 bodes well for 2019 and beyond.…

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Lions maintain League Lead

      Lions powered to their tenth successive league victory putting six past a hapless Gold Coast United at Robina last night. The league leaders look comfortable from the get go against a home side riddled by injury and racked by suspensions.   The home side did well to restrict Lions to just a…

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Gold Coast Women with a big win against Souths

A very happy GCU Women’s squad celebrate their 2-1 win over Souths (Kelly Akins)     Gold Coast Women stunned League heavy-weights Souths United with an upset 2-1 win away at Runcorn last night. United recorded their second win on the road this campaign against top four opposition, this victory coming at a crucial time…

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Women farewell Duo

Charley Rayner plays her last game for the Club today before heading to the USA (Chris Simpson)       United Women will be looking to send off two of their own in style today when Jayde Lowe and Charley Rayner line up for their last match for the Club this season against Souths United.…

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Akins stepping up

Mackenzie Akins with skill on show v Easts (Albert Perez)       Mackenzie Akins has settled well in to her role as a leader in the Gold Coast United Women’s NPL squad and is blossoming playing further forward. The Californian has notched up 6 goals in the last 3 games as a striker, having…

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United outclass Pride

Mackenzie Akins was at her attacking best against Western Pride (Chris Simpson)     United Women proved far too good for Western Pride running out 8-3 winners at Runaway Bay yesterday. The home side was on the front foot from the get go with the speed of Deeanna Thompson and skill and power of Mackenzie…

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United fall to Pride

Conor Smith in action against Western Pride / Chris SImpson       Western Pride ran out comfortable 3-1 winners over Gold Coast United at Station Reserve last night to consolidate their position in the top four. The home side were looking to bounce back from consecutive defeats but their chances were hampered by some…

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United outgunned by Jets

    Moreton Bay consolidated their grip on fourth place with a solid performance last night at Station Reserve, running out 4-1 winners. The visitors came into the match just 3 days after another catch-up game on Thursday night – the short turn around showed. But the Jets had enough quality across the park to…

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United out to do double over Jets

Deeanna Thompson watched by then GCU attacker, Meg McElligott, now with the Jets (Helen Anderson)     Friendships will be set aside this Sunday when Gold Coast United welcome the Moreton Bay Jets to Robina for their re-scheduled Rd4 match. The League’s leading scorer, Meg McElligott, wore the white of United until Rd18 before linking…

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