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Just three months after being crowned A-League champions, Adelaide United have crashed to one of the biggest upsets in Australian club football history, with a 2-1 FFA Cup defeat against semi-professional club Redlands United.The last time Adelaide took the field was in front of 50,000 spectators in last seasons grand final at Adelaide Oval, but they struggled for fluency on a cold and bumpy Perry Park pitch in Brisbane on Wednesday night.It was a low-key performance from a new-look Adelaide side, who nevertheless dominated possession for lengthy periods, and seemed in total control thanks to Ryan Kittos goal on the hour mark.However, Redlands drew level with the last kick of regular time as Uniteds Socceroo goalkeeper Eugene Galekovic made a disastrous attempt to claim a through ball and Michael Lee pushed home into an empty net.Joy for the home fans turned to disbelief as Paul OBrian stabbed home the winner eight minutes into extra time.Still Adelaide struggled to find any real cohesion in attack and they could do little to avoid being the second A-League club to be embarrassed within 24 hours, following on from Central Coast Mariners loss against Green Gully.FFA Cup champions Melbourne Victory kept alive their hopes of defending their title, though their 3-1 win over fellow A-League side Newcastle Jets was tempered by an injury to star striker Besart Berisha.The prolific Albanian striker scored after just five minutes with a diving header, but soon limped off with what appeared to be a leg muscle problem.Newcastle drew level just after the break with a sublime chipped effort from debutant Wayne Brown.The Victory were pushed hard in miserable conditions in Newcastle, before they went ahead with a dubious second-half penalty that was converted by Oliver Bozanic, while substitute George Howard extended the lead late on.Second-half goals saw Bonnyrigg White Eagles collect a 3-0 win over fellow Sydney side Manly United.The final match of the night saw Canberra Olympic triumph 1-0 in the nations capital over the visiting Surfers Paradise Apollo. 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Ryan Garbutt had a goal and two assists as Dallas snapped a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night.Swimmer Siobhan-Marie OConnor was one of four Sky Academy Sports Scholars grabbing the headlines in a weekend of sporting action. The 20-year-old Bath star picked up three victories at the Edinburgh International Swim and looks in stunning form ahead of the Olympic trials in April.OConnor secured the top FINA points prize with a winning time of 2 minutes 10.12 seconds in Saturdays 200m individual medley final to take her above world champion Katinka Hosszu at the top of the rankings. She finished four seconds clear of the field, but had more of a fight in Sundays 100m fly final to win by a fingertip ahead of Rachel Kelly and Bath team-mate Jemma Lowe.OConnor, who capped off a magnificent show by making it a hat-trick with victory in the 200m breaststroke, said: Im really happy with my first outing of the season.This was the first real long course competition of the year and I was happy to swim some encouraging times during a hard training block, having just come back from Australia.I dont often swim the 200 breaststroke so it was nice to finish the meet with a win and a personal best. Im now really looking forward to tapering ahead of the trials and travelling there with the team.It was also a very rewarding two days of action for BMX star Quillan Isidore, 800m runner Jessica Judd and speed skater Elise Christie.After a four-month winter break, the 19-year-old Isidore from south London started his season with the first two rounds at Manchesters National Cycling Centre. Quillan Issidore happy with his season opener in Manchester On Saturday evening, Isidore struggled after a poor start in the Supercross Open, but hit back on Sunday in the Superclass to go unbeaten over 10 tough laps in his two races.dddddddddddd Isidore said: Overall it was a very positive weekend for me. To bounce back after a bad practice and first two motos on Saturday to a few really solid laps for me, Ill take that.The results may have not been the best, but Im very happy with my performance. 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