Perth Glory goalkeeper Liam Reddy added another milestone to his decorated club career, securing a combined 350 appearances in the A-League and National Soccer League in his club’s 3-0 win over Melbourne City on Friday night.

Reddy, who has represented seven A-League clubs across 287 games, also featured for NSL clubs Parramatta Power and Sydney United. The 38-year-old celebrated the milestone with a clean sheet and Perth’s second win of the season, lifting Glory to seventh on the ladder.

A fellow member of the A-League’s ‘goalkeeper union’ Jamie Young also reached a milestone number of matches this round, featuring in his 100th A-League match on Saturday night.

The 2017-18 A-League Goalkeeper of the Year has accumulated a century of appearances for his hometown club since joining Roar in 2014 after a career that commenced in England with Reading.

Two players scored their first A-League goals in Round 9, as Tomi Mrcela netted a neat header in Perth’s triumph over City and Nicolai Müller snuck home a consolation for Western Sydney Wanderers against Wellington.

Former Victory winger James Troisi proved his worth for new club Adelaide United, scoring his first goal for the Reds – a late winner in a 2-1 defeat of Newcastle Jets at Coopers Stadium.

Four strikers celebrated goal-scoring milestones with Besart Berisha’s double for Western United against former employers Melbourne Victory taking his tally as the A-League’s outright leading goal scorer to 120 goals, while Bruno Fornaroli notched his 30th goal at AAMI Park on Friday.  

Meanwhile, Sydney FC’s Adam Le Fondre netted his first A-League hat-trick in Sydney FC’s 5-1 demolition of Brisbane Roar on Saturday night.

Ulises Davila scored a fourth goal in consecutive games for Wellington Phoenix, equalling a club record for the New Zealanders.

Joey Ryan Teague made his A-League debut, featuring for eight minutes off the bench for Sydney, while Jerry Skotadis secured a starting debut for Western United and played 90 minutes in the derby against rivals Melbourne Victory.

In the W-League, Erica Halloway and Eliza Campbell played their 50th W-League games, while Amy Jackson secured her 50th game for Melbourne Victory.

Haley Hanson scored her first goal for Melbourne Victory which involved a fantastic one-two with England striker Natasha Dowie.

Fellow American Lynn Williams replied for Western Sydney to equalise with a tidy run and finish.

Spanish international Celia Jimenez debuted for Perth, while American teammate Crystal Thomas came off the bench for her first appearance for the Glory.


  • Nikolai Topor-Stanley – 299 HAL games 
  • Andrew Redmayne – 149 HAL games 
  • Steven Urgarkovic – 99 HAL games
  • Matthew Ridenton – 99 HAL games
  • Nathan Konstandopoulos – 49 HAL games
  • Keanu Baccus – 49 HAL games