Jedinak skippers Palace in EPL

A host of current and former Central Coast Mariners players were in action overseas at the weekend, with Mile Jedinak headlining the list as he captained Crystal Palace in the English Premier League.

A host of current and former Central Coast Mariners players were in action overseas at the weekend, with Mile Jedinak headlining the list as he captained Crystal Palace in the English Premier League.

While Jedinak starred for Palace in their opening round clash with Tottenham Hotspur, he unfortunately couldn-t prevent Ian Holloway-s men from suffering a 1-0 defeat against Andre Villas-Boas- Spurs.

Elsewhere in the UK, Tomas Rogic was not in the squad a Celtic won 2-0 away to Aberdeen. Rogic has however travelled with the Celtic squad to Astana, Kazakhstan for the first leg of the Hoops- UEFA Champions League third round play-off against Shakhter Karagandy on Tuesday.

In continental Europe, Mathew Ryan-s good form in goals for Club Brugge continued at the weekend as he helped Juan Carlos Garrido-s men to a 2-1 away win over Mechelen. Brugge are currently third in the Belgian Pro League with 10 points from a possible 12.

The first round of Swiss Cup matches were played at the weekend, with Oliver Bozanic-s FC Luzern outfit running riot against lower tier FC Murten. Bozanic scored early on as Luzern won 11-0.

In Germany, Mustafa Amini came on after half time as BVB Borussia Dortmund II were hammered 4-0 away to 1. FC Heidenheim 1846.

In Asia, Alex Wilkinson played a full game for Jeonbuk in K-League Classic at the weekend, helping the Green Warriors secure a 1-0 victory over Chunnam Dragons at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium.

Meanwhile in China, on-loan Mariners marksman Daniel McBreen and former Central Coast attacker Bernie Ibini both started for Shanghai SIPG as Goa Hongbo-s team triumphed 3-2 away to Tianjin Teda.

Elsewhere in the Chinese Super League, Rostyn Griffiths- Guangzhou R&F were big winners of the weekend. Sven Goran-Erikson-s side crushed competition strugglers Wuhan Zall 5-1 in Guangdong.