Redlands United have clinched a 3-0 win against Brisbane Roar in their final home game of the NPL season.
The Red Devils flew out of the blocks and were unlucky not to have been awarded an early penalty when Ryo Emoto appeared to have been brought down in the box.
With eight minutes gone, Emoto intercepted the ball in his own half and sent a cross field pass to Peter Klaassen who outpaced the defence and calmly slotted the ball past the despairing keeper.
Twice during the first half Redlands, through Klaassen and then Guil Santana, sent balls across the Roar goal box only to see them avoid all attempts to get the vital last touch for a goal.
On 30 minutes, after some great free flowing football, Emoto was released into the box where he crossed to Klaassen whose first-time shot was saved by the Roar keeper at point blank range.
Redlands continued to grow in confidence and on 43 minutes got their reward when Deane Alterio was brought down in the box.
Dylan Brent stepped up to take the penalty and made no mistake, giving the Red Devils a 2-0 lead.
With just nine minutes gone in the second half, Santana sent Klaassen on a run down the right side where his shot rebounded off the diving keeper.
Just four minutes later a long goal kick was met by Klaassen and then Santana who both moved it on first time to allow Emoto to run in behind the defensive line and give Redlands a three-goal advantage.
Redlands coach Daniel Varma added some fresh legs through substitutions as the game progressed but there was no further addition to the score, with the game finishing 3-0.