Mark Bridge slotted home a penalty in the 80th minute to give the Western Sydney Wanderers a 1-0 win over Wynnum Wolves.
The opening match of the Wanderers pre-season camp in Queensland was a tight affair that was decided 10 minutes from time when a well worked play lead to a Wanderers penalty. Bridge stepped up to the spot and stroked it home for the eventual winner.
Unusually, the match was played over 3 periods, although it was for the usual length of 90 minutes. Kresinger and Polenz, two of the Wanderers foreign signings played in the match. Covic was not named in the line-up at all and Tyson took on the starting keeper role. Tarek Elrich returned to the lineup after his absence in the loss to Sydney United.
The Wanderers will be happy at having kept a clean sheet, and are now going to be looking forward to their match against Melbourne Heart in Lismore on Friday.