Hyundai A-League overnight results

There was a flurry of pre-season Hyundai A-League action last night with six of the ten teams taking the field across Australia and New Zealand.

How did your club fare?

ROAR ROLL OVER LIONS AT RICHLAND

Brisbane Roar claimed the Heritage Shield with a 2-0 win over Queensland Lions at Richland Stadium.

Rising star Shannon Brady opened the scoring on the hour mark with Rahmat Akbari doubling Roar's lead in the closing stages.

FIZTY AT THE DOUBLE FOR CITY

A late brace from Nick Fitzgerald saw Melbourne City run out 2-0 winners over Bentleigh Greens at Kingston Heath Soccer Complex.

The City winger broke the deadlock in the 86th minute before adding a sublime second on the stroke of full-time.

BENCH DOES THE JOB FOR VICTORY

Melbourne Victory needed three second-half strikes to beat the Port Melbourne Sharks on a cool evening.

Substitutes Callum Goulding, Christian Theoharous and Pierce Waring were the goalscorers in Victory's 3-0 win.

GOALS FOR GLORY OUT WEST

Two first-half strikes from Adam Taggart helped Perth Glory to a comfortable 3-0 win over Perth SC.

Andy Keogh added the third on the hour-mark as Kenny Lowe's side produced an accomplished display in front of a healthy crowd at Dorrien Gardens.

SKY BLUES FINISH STRONGLY

Champions Sydney FC needed a late flurry of goals before eventually succumbing Macarthur Rams 4-0 at Campbelltown Stadium.

Last season's Johnny Warren Medallist Milos Ninkovic volleyed home the opening goal after 68 minutes following good build-up play from Matt Simon and Alex Brosque.

Samuel McIllhatton, Simon and John Iredale added goals in the final quarter to inflate the margin.

STALEMATE FOR TEN-MAN PHOENIX

Wellington Phoenix battled to a 0-0 draw with Western Suburbs in their first hit-out under new coach Darije Kalezic.

Italian defender Marco Rossi was sent off late in the first half for stamping on an opponent.