Play
Won
Draw
Lost
For
Agnst
Pts
G.D.
Strk
Central Coast
Mariners
14
8
3
3
17
9
27
+8
D1
Queensland Roar
14
6
5
3
17
13
23
+4
D1
Adelaide United
14
4
7
3
20
16
19
+4
D2
Newcastle Jets
14
4
7
3
13
13
19
0
D2
Sydney FC
14
4
6
4
13
13
18
0
D3
Melbourne Victory
14
3
7
4
13
16
16
-3
D1
Wellington Phoenix
14
3
4
7
17
25
13
-8
D2
Perth Glory
14
1
7
6
14
19
10
-6
D1
ROUND 14:
Friday 23rd November
Adelaide United 1 Perth Glory 1
Saturday 24th November
Melbourne Victory 1 Wellington Phoenix 1
Sunday 25th November
Newcastle Jets 0 Central Cst Mariners 0
Sydney FC 0 Queensland Roar 0
Adelaide United hosted Perth Glory in the opening match of Round 14, but
it was the visitors who were on top early; only some quality keeping from
stand-in keeper Eugene Galekovic preventing the Glory from hitting the
lead. Instead, it was Adelaide on 40 minutes who took the lead when
Richie Alagich found himself on the end of a cross inside the box to slot
home an easy goal.
1-0 to the Reds at the break, but Glory struck back in the second half with
a header to Jamie Harnwell. Perth nearly conceded an own goal just a few
minutes later, but the scores would remain deadlocked for the remainder
of the night.
Adelaide United 1 (R Alagich 40) Perth Glory 1 (J Harnwell 69).
Yellow Cards : Adelaide - R Cornthwaite 14, A Costanzo 21. Perth - M
Prentice 26, J Robinson 65, L Bertos 88.
Referee - P O'Leary. Crowd - 10,678 at Hindmarsh Stadium.

Saturday night was election night, and John Howard was not the only
captain to lose his place in the team; as Melbourne Victory skipper Kevin
Muscat collected his second yellow card just after the half hour and found
himself ejected from the Victory's match against Wellington Phoenix. But it
was Melbourne who were first on the board when Archie Thompson
weaved his way around traffic in the box to set up the simplest of tap-ins
for Danny Allsopp.
Into the second half, and the 10-man Victory side was tiring. The Phoenix
continued to press, setting up several corners, before Vince Lia blasted a
shot through that Victory keeper Michael Theoklitos had no hope of
stopping. Wellington attacked, looking for the winner, but it wasn't to
come and the game remained at 1-1.
Melbourne Victory 1 (D Allsopp 42) Wellington Phoenix 1 (V Lia 58).
Yellow cards : Victory - K Muscat 34,35, L Broxham 62, A Thompson 62  
Phoenix - M Ferrante 42.
Red cards : Victory - K Muscat 35.
Referee - P Green. Crowd - 20,938 at Telstra Dome.

The F3 derby saw a crowd of nearly 15,000 in Newcastle, and they were
to see a goal-less clash. But although the match never troubled the
scorers, there were plenty of highlights; including some magnificent saves
by Jets' keeper Ante Covic to deny the Mariners.
In the second half, Justin Hoffman had a golden opportunity to put
Newcastle in front but his shot hit the woodwork. A minute later Joel
Griffiths created an opportunity, but a solid save by Mariners keeper Danny
Vukovic denied the Jets. 0-0 was how it finished, a result that would
maintain Newcastle's position in the top 4; while the Mariners would remain
4 points clear on top of the ladder.
Newcastle Jets 0  Central Coast Mariners 0.
Yellow Cards : Jets -
S Laybutt 18  Mariners - S Petrovski 15, J
Hutchinson 25.
Referee - M Shield. Crowd - 14,169 at Energy Australia Stadium.
Sydney FC and Queensland Roar played a scoreless draw on Sunday evening, ensuring Round 14
would be a round in which no team won or lost.
At half-time, David Beckham and the LA Galaxy team were introduced to the crowd, in preparation
for their exhibition match against Sydney FC on Tuesday night. But what the USA side would have
made of the dour, uninspiring spectacle happening on the pitch remains a mystery.
There were few scoring opportunities in the night, the best one for the entire evening coming in
just the 2nd minute when Reuben Zadkovich found himself in close range, but narrowly failed to put
the home side in front.
The Roar were down to 10 men for the last 10 minutes after Andy Packer was sent off; but Sydney
were unable to find the winner. 0-0 was the final score, ensuring that ladder positions at the end of
the round were identical to how they started.
Click here for HarbourSport's photo gallery of this match.
Sydney FC 0  Queensland Roar 0
Yellow Cards : Sydney -
M Bridges 39. Roar - S McLaren 17, L Reddy 23, A Packer 42,82.
Red Cards : Roar - A Packer 82.
Referee - M Breeze. Crowd - 16,659 at Sydney Football Stadium.
ALSO IN A-LEAGUE

A-League Round 1 2007-08
A-League Round 2 2007-08
A-League Round 3 2007-08
A-League Round 4 2007-08
A-League Round 5 2007-08
A-League Round 6 2007-08
A-League Round 7 2007-08
A-League Round 8 2007-08
A-League Round 9 2007-08
A-League Round 10 2007-08
A-League Round 11 2007-08
A-League Round 12 2007-08
A-League Round 13 2007-08
A-League Round 14 2007-08
A-League Round 15 2007-08
A-League Round 16 2007-08
A-League Round 17 2007-08
A-League Round 15 07-08 (part 2)
A-League Round 18 2007-08
A-League Round 19 2007-08
A-League Round 20 2007-08
A-League Round 21 2007-08
A-League 2007-08 Semis - Leg 1
A-League 2007-08 Semis - Leg 2
A-League 2007-08 Preliminary Final
A-League 2007-08 Grand Final
A-League Round 1 2008-09
A-League Round 2 2008-09
A-League Round 3 2008-09
A-League Round 4 2008-09
A-League Round 5 2008-09
A-League Round 6 2008-09
A-League Round 7 2008-09
A-League Round 8 2008-09
A-League Round 9 2008-09
A-League Round 10 2008-09
A-League Round 11 2008-09
Match Report - Syd FC v CCM (1/11/08)
A-League Round 12 2008-09
Match Report - Syd FC v Well (7/11/08)
A-League Round 13 2008-09
A-League Round 14 2008-09
A-League Round 15 2008-09
A-League Round 16 2008-09
A-League Round 17 2008-09
A-League Round 18 2008-09
A-League Round 15 08-09 (part 2)
A-League Round 19 2008-09
A-League Round 16 08-09 (part 2)
A-League Round 20 2008-09
A-League Round 21 2008-09
A-League 2008-09 Semis - Leg 1
A-League 2008-09 Semis - Leg 2
A-League 2008-09 Preliminary Final
A-League 2008-09 Grand Final
A-League Round 1 2009-10
A-League Round 2 2009-10
A-League Round 3 2009-10
A-League Round 4 2009-10
A-League Round 5 2009-10
A-League Round 6 2009-10
A-League Round 7 2009-10
A-League Round 8 2009-10
A-League Round 9 2009-10
A-League Round 10 2009-10
A-League Round 1 2010-11
A Tale of Two Matches
A-League Round 2 2010-11
A-League Round 3 2010-11
PHOTO GALLERIES:

Sydney FC v Cent Cst M'ners (24/8/07)
Sydney FC v Wellington P'nix (14/9/07)
Sydney FC v Adelaide United (20/10/07)
Sydney FC v Cent Cst M'ners (28/10/07)
Newcastle Jets v Sydney FC (3/11/07)
Sydney FC v Queensland Roar (25/11/07)
Sydney FC v Perth Glory (15/12/07)
Central Cst M'ners v Sydney FC (22/12/07)
Adelaide United v Sydney FC (28/12/07)
Sydney FC v Melbourne Victory (20/1/08)
Grand Final - CCM v Newcastle (24/2/08)
Sydney FC v Queensland Roar (4/10/08)
Sydney FC v Cent Cst Mariners (1/11/08)
Sydney FC v Wellington Phoenix (7/11/08)
Sydney FC v Queensland Roar (28/11/08)
Newcastle Jets v Sydney FC (7/12/08)
Central Cst M'ners v Sydney FC (13/12/08)
Sydney FC v Perth Glory (21/12/08)
Melbourne Victory v Sydney FC (27/12/08)
Sydney FC v Wellington Phoenix (11/1/09)
Sydney FC v Newcastle Jets (25/1/09)
Trial - Sydney FC v CC Mariners (6/7/09)
Sydney FC v North Q'land Fury (12/9/09)
Sydney FC v Cent Cst M'ners (5/10/09)
Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar (25/10/09)
Sydney FC v Newcastle Jets (29/11/09)
Sydney FC v North Q'land Fury (5/12/09)
Sydney FC v Central Cst M'ners (23/12/09)
Sydney FC v Gold Coast United (17/1/10)
Sydney FC v Perth Glory (7/02/10)
Sydney FC v Melbourne Victory (14/02/10)
Semi - Sydney FC v Melb Victory (7/03/10)
Sydney FC v Melbourne Victory (7/08/10)
Sydney FC v Adelaide United (4/10/10)
Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar (30/10/10)
Central Coast v Perth Glory (30/10/10)
Sydney FC v Gold Coast Utd (6/11/11)
Sydney FC v Cent Cst M'ners (19/11/11)
Sydney FC v Melbourne Heart (29/12/11)
Sydney FC v Newcastle Jets (5/02/12)
Sydney FC v Newcastle Jets (25/03/12)
ROUND 15:
Friday 30th November
Wellington Phoenix v Adelaide Utd (5.30)
Queensland Roar v Newcastle Jets (8.00)
Saturday 1st December
Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC (7.00)
Sunday 2nd December
Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory (7.00)