This week in #MilestoneMonday, we look across the A-League and W-League’s fixtures as Perth Glory’s Irish striker makes a century of appearances, Lachlan Wales and Raul Baena net their first A-League goals, Roy Krishna breaks a club all-time record and Chioma Ubogagu nets her first W-League goal.

Andy Keogh is very much an established household name in the West and is fast becoming an A-League stalwart. The Irish striker reached a century of appearances with Perth Glory against Wellington Phoenix – the club he played his first game against in his inaugural campaign back in 2014.

While he didn’t score in his most recent outing – Diego Castro scored Perth’s solitary goal against the ‘Nix to give this season’s early pacesetters a point – since his first campaign, Keogh has now turned out in the purple across five A-League seasons.

With a brief break in between spells with Thai League side Ratchaburi, Keogh has scored 44 goals during his 100 appearances with Perth, and will have the next milestone target –  50 A-League career goals – in his sights this season. Keogh has been in great form this season, scoring four goals in five matches.

Prior to Saturday’s match, Keogh said: “It’s a fantastic achievement to get 100 games for any club. I’m delighted with that. My body has been kind to me in the last few years to reach this, and long may that continue.”

Brisbane Roar earned their first win over Newcastle since 2014 and they had England international and former United States junior Chioma Ubogagu thank for the record result.

Ubogagu’s goal in the second half of last Thursday evening’s match at McDonald Jones Stadium gave the Roar the result – and represented Ubogagu’s first goal in the W-League.

On loan from Orlando Pride in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), Ubogagu has previously played for Arsenal and Houston Dash, while having represented the United States at U-18, U-20 and U-23 level.

Due to her parents and her place of birth, Ubogagu was eligible to represent the US, England or Nigeria. After representing the US at youth level, she settled with representing England at the senior level, making her debut with the Lionesses in early November.

In Melbourne, Lachlan Wales and Raul Baena enjoyed their first goals for City and Victory, respectively, while Curtis Good returned to his former stomping ground.

Spaniard Baena scored Victory’s second goal in the 4-0 rout of Western Sydney Wanderers at Marvel Stadium on Saturday evening. In a dominant performance, Baena was on the end of one of Victory’s well-executed forward penetrations, after clever work from Keisuke Honda, a back heel from Terry Antonis and a pass from Kosta Barbarouses, Baena kept his cool, finishing well from inside the box.

With City flying after two stunning first half goals, Wales joined the party with his first goal in City Blue. Latching onto a long ball from Belgian Ritchie De Laet and outpacing Nigel Boogaard, Wales deftly lifted the ball over Glen Moss in the Newcastle goal to round out a 3-0 result for City.

In the final minutes of the match, Warren Joyce handed defender Curtis Good minutes as the match wound down, representing a return to the club where he emerged as a talent before moving overseas. Good played 24 matches for then Melbourne Heart in the 2011/12 A-League season.

In Wellington, Roy Krishna made history in the 1-1 draw with Perth. The Fijian netted his 34th goal for the Phoenix, which takes him to the club’s all-time top goal scoring charts.

Krishna’s first-half goal at Westpac Stadium on Sunday took him past previous record holder Paul Ifill, with a neat finish after Nathan Burn’s blocked pass fell perfectly into his path and he stroked home from the edge of the box.