Bonnyrigg nets an upset win at home

Match-winner: Ray Miller's curling finish past Ivan Necevski proves to be the difference as Bonnyrigg notches a rare win in 2017 against APIA. Picture: Football NSW

Match-winner: Ray Miller's curling finish past Ivan Necevski proves to be the difference as Bonnyrigg notches a rare win in 2017 against APIA. Picture: Football NSW

They may be out of finals contention, but the Bonnyrigg White Eagles demonstrated they will still be a major player heading into the back half of the year.

Ray Miller’s second-half strike powered the White Eagles to a shock 1-0 victory over National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s competition leaders APIA Leichhardt Tigers.

It was only their third win of the season. The White Eagles will look to continue their giant killing ways against local rivals Sydney United 58 FC who lost 3-2 to Sutherland on Saturday.

In Panny Nikas’ final game for the club, Tomohiro Kajiyama netted twice for the home team to set up the win.

  • Bonnyrigg White Eagles v Sydney United 58, Saturday, Bonnyrigg Sports Club, 7pm.
Payneful result: Chris Payne scored a goal in his second game back for Sydney United 58 in their 3-2 loss to Sutherland. Picture: Football NSW

Payneful result: Chris Payne scored a goal in his second game back for Sydney United 58 in their 3-2 loss to Sutherland. Picture: Football NSW