March 14 2017 - 8:30AM Sydney United 58 and Bonnyrigg White Eagles lose opening round games Chris BoulousLocal SportfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Opening round losses Japanese striker Yu Kubuki scored twice for Sydney Olympic to give the vistors all three points.This Sunday Bonnyrigg play Manly at Cromer Park. Kick-off | 3.30pm“There is nothing you can do about injuries, they aren’t caused by what we do at training it’s just bad luck," coach Brian Brown.Tough start: Sydney United lost at home to APIA Leichhardt 2-1 on Sunday. Former Tigers star Nicholas Olsen opened the scoring against his old club inside five minutes, before Jordan Murray netted two goals before half time for the visitors. Pictures: Football NSWThe Reds missed club captain Nick Stavroulakis in the midfield meaning new recruit Matt Sim saw little quality ball.Best on ground for United 58 was Thomas Manos who saved a penalty and was unlucky not to stop the first goal.“Credit to APIA, they were well structured, worked hard and got the result they needed," Yianni Fragogiannis.This Sunday Sydney United 58 FC play the Rockdale City Suns at Ilinden Sports Centre. Kick-off | 4pmTweetFacebook of National Premier League week onePictures: Football NSWLast year’s premiers Sydney United 58 and the injury-plagued Bonnyrigg White Eagles opened their National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s season with defeats to APIA Leichhardt Tigers (2-1) and Sydney Olympic (2-0) respectively.This story Opening round losses first appeared on Fairfield City Champion.facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsFollow us Comments Discuss "Opening round losses" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.