Feast your eyes on our favourite DonateLife Saves of the Week from the FFA Cup

There are some things bigger than football, which is why Football Federation Australia have partnered with DonateLife to bring you a compilation of our DonateLife Saves of the Week from this year's FFA Cup. 

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Keepers are often the unsung heroes of teams' campaigns, so what better way to recognise their contributions than with the Keeper of the Round Award courtesy of DonateLife. Here we feature the best saves which, in some instances, are as valuable as goals.

The DonateLife Network is a national program implemented by the Organ and Tissue Authority which works with states and territories to improve organ tissue donations and transplantation outcomes in Australia. 

In the Round of 32, Andrew Redmayne pulled off a stunning reaction save at his near post to keep Sydney's lead against NSW NPL outfit, Rockdale City Suns. 


That same round, Ryan Scott helped Bentleigh Greens pull off the upset of the round as they beat Wellington Phoenix. The gloveman fell swiftly to his right to deny Roy Krishna's close-range shot. 

A familiar face graced this list, too, as APIA Leichhardt Tiger's Ivan Necevski denied Adelaide United's Ken Ilso. The former Hyundai A-League keeper reached out to his bottom right to deny Ilso, who is capped by Denmark at youth level, and keep his team in the game.

Perhaps the best of the bunch was by Sydney FC's current keeper, Redmayne. The 29-year-old dived his to top right to end Avondale FC's fairytale run in the quarterfinals. With Sydney FC 4-2 up on 88 minutes, Redmayne's intervention denied Avondale any chance of a brewing comeback. 

You can get your final fix of FFA Cup action on Tuesday, October 30 as Adelaide United host Sydney FC at Coopers Stadium in the Grand Final. Kick off is at 7:30pm AEDT.