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Football Queensland - NPL

NPLW ROUND 12 REVIEW: Souths Lions Keep the Goals Coming

Moreton Bay United 3 (Askin 11’, Schaefer 53’, See 84’)

The Gap FC 2 (Petterwood 17’, 23’) Wolter Park 1

Moreton Bay overcome Petterwood double in top four clash

Moreton Bay United were 3-2 winners over The Gap FC on Friday night at Wolter Park 1. The victory ensures Moreton Bay stay fourth on the ladder and now sit just three points behind The Gap FC.

Captain Lauren Askin opened the scoring in the 11 th minute for Moreton Bay, now having scored four games in a row, before Tiarne Petterwood took her season goal tally to 17 with a quick brace.

Ali Schaefer levelled the match at 2-2, before an 84 th minute winner by Velvet See sealed the comeback for Moreton Bay United.

Schaefer has scored six weeks in a row with 11 goals to her name, surpassing her effort of 10 goals for Peninsula Power last season.

Sunshine Coast Wanderers 2 (Isbel 48’, Berry 65’) Mudgeeraba SC 1 (Tsuzumi 11’) Ballinger Park Buderim Field 1

Sunshine Coast sneak past Mudgeeraba

Sunshine Coast Wanderers proved to be too good for Mudgeeraba SC beating the Gold Coast-based side 2-1 on Saturday at Ballinger Park.

Maisie Berry opened her account for the season for Sunshine Coast and Chloe Isbel scored her second this season, after Ena Tsuzumi scored for the away side in the first half.

The result means Sunshine Coast are ahead of Mudgeeraba on the ladder on goal difference, with Sunshine Coast now with two games in hand over Mudgeeraba.

SWQ Thunder 2 (Rolfe 9’, 38’) BRFC/NTC 5 (Thomson 18’, Noon 25’, Margraf 34’, Freier 48’, 60’) Clive Berghofer Stadium

Brisbane run away with it

In an entertaining game, BRFC/NTC beat SWQ Thunder 5-2 on Saturday at Clive Berghofer Stadium.

Anna Margraf and Sharn Freier each scored their third goals of the season, with Freier netting twice while Imogen Noon scored her first of the season for BRFC/NTC in the important victory.

BRFC/NTC now sit in sixth place on the ladder, only three points behind Mitchelton in fifth, and six points ahead of Gold Coast United.

Eastern Suburbs 1 (McKeen 37’) Souths United 8 (Chapman 4’, 32’, 48’, 82’, 87’, Rushton 60’, 68’, Norrie, 35’) Heath Park 1

The Holocene is the latest of several interglacial phases within the Quaternary ice age . During the peak of the latest glacial phase, 18,000 years ago, the global sea level was some 300 feet (90 metres) lower than it is today, and New Guinea and Tasmania were joined by dry land to the mainland. The arid zone was even wider than it is at present: summers were dry, hot, and windy; sand was moved about in dunes and sheets; and dust was blown out to sea. Ice built up in Tasmania and the Mount Kosciuszko region. Giant forebears of the Holocene marsupial animals became extinct, but humans survived as they had for the previous 20,000 years.

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of Queensland; the black coal of Queensland, Tasmania, and South Australia; the bauxite of northern Australia; and, particularly valuable in arid Australia, extensive groundwater reservoirs, notably those of the Great Artesian Basin.

The surface of Australia reflects the longevity of its landforms. The Eastern Highlands, strictly speaking a low plateau, rose 90 million years ago, probably as a result of the breakup of Lord Howe Rise/New Zealand. Parts of the Great Western Plateau rose even earlier in the Paleozoic. Individual monoliths on the plateau, such as those found in the Angie Not Rated wxNOa9iB
and Uluru/Ayers Rock (Aboriginal name: Uluru), date from at least 60 million years ago. As a result of low exposure and slow erosion, the bedrock of the interior is deeply weathered with crusts of ironstone and silica that originated earlier in the Cenozoic when conditions differed from those of today. In areas with sufficient groundwater, the hard conditions imposed by soil and climate have been turned to advantage in the production of fine wool. The riverine plains of southeastern Australia, inherited from former sea and lake basins, have been made fertile by carefully managed irrigation. The only young landscapes are in the Holocene volcanic areas of Victoria and northern Queensland.

The Phanerozoic development of Australia (and the rest of the Earth) was overshadowed by the changing configuration of the continents. The enormous continental blocks amalgamated into a supercontinent—the so-called Proto-Pangaea—by the end of the Precambrian and then split apart in the early Paleozoic. The landmasses reassembled to form Pangaea between the late Carboniferous (about 315 million years ago) and the Late Jurassic (150 million years ago), after which they began (and have continued) to disperse again. Attending the clustering of the continents in Pangaea were the tectonic effect of reduced turnover of mantle material and the environmental effects of low global sea level, a low concentration of atmospheric carbon dioxide , and, through the correspondingly weak greenhouse effect , low retention of heat from the Sun. As a result, Pangaea was prone to glaciation, exemplified by the global glaciations near the end of the Proterozoic (in Australia, the Marinoan glaciation) and Permian (the deposits at the onset of the Innamincka Regime).

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