Jets have one goal - three points


Jacob Fulluck and Reyze Kelly hoping for a profitable return to the Sunshine Coast.

Confidence is coming back, says Kelly


SENTIMENT will be pushed to one side on Saturday when Reyze Kelly and Jacob Fulluck make playing returns to the Sunshine Coast.

Both joined Moreton Bay United in the summer – along with Ray Schultz – but when the match starts at 2pm, there will only be one objective.

“There are always going to be feelings when you play against your old club,” said Kelly, but it’s another game where we want three points.”

“The confidence is coming back (after defeats by Brisbane Strikers and SWQ Thunder). But we’re past that, looking forward. We know the results we need. We want to win the title.”


Jacob Fulluck on his home debut for Moreton Bay United last month.

Jacob Fulluck keeps in touch with former team-mates and admitted: “It will be a bit weird in the away changing room. I’ve never been in there before, but you know what, it’s alright.

"I just hope we put in a good performance and walk away with the points.”

Fulluck has hit form in front of goal this week, scoring his first PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland Senior Men’s goal for Jets in the 6-1 win at Olympic on Sunday and two more in Wednesday’s 2-2 draw with Western Pride in the Under 20 competition.

“I feel I’m settling in and getting some form under my belt,” he said, “getting my first goal for Moreton Bay United was great. Another one this week would be good.

“I was a main striker last year and a target man. This year I’m in a few different positions. It’s a lot different how we play in the final third, but I like it. I like the challenge.”

Reyze Kelly taking on the Brisbane Roar Youth team defence earlier this season.


Reyze Kelly is also in a new position – right back. “I used to play as a winger, but I’m enjoying the switch,” he said.

“Playing right-back under Dave and Adam you still get to go forward a lot. There is a lot of work involved, but it is worth it.

“I don’t think I’ve played my best yet. Its been a bit up and down in terms of niggling injuries and I definitely have a lot more to show right through the season.”

Ray Schultz has been sidelined by injury in recent weeks and is unlikely to return against his former club.