Over the next few weeks the clubs and the teams will sort themselves into a more regular pattern and then a true picture of the competition tables will begin to emerge.
So don?t get carried away with the very early season form.
A football season is more like a marathon than a sprint.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles climbed from fifth to the top of the table on goal difference when they snatched ten points from their visit to Northern Tigers who have slipped from second to eighth. PCYC Parramatta Eagles zoomed from last to second spot when they bagged thirteen points from Spirit FC who went from third to eleventh.
Southern NSW are only a point behind the front two after they plundered ten points from Schofields Scorpions who slipped from first to fourth, just one point further away. Central Coast Lightning are fifth on goal difference after they made a gain of ten points at St George who dropped from sixth to ninth.
Dulwich Hill are sixth on goal difference thanks to their haul of ten points from their encounter with Granville Rage who are now at the foot of the table while Western Panthers grabbed eight points from their trip to Sydney Wanderers, an outcome that has left the Panthers at seventh and the Wanderers at tenth.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles took over the competition lead on goal difference when they defeated Spirit FC 2-1, forcing Spirit to drop from fifth to seventh, while Southern NSW moved up one place to second with a 1-0 win over Schofields Scorpions who went from eighth to eleventh.
Sydney Wanderers slid from first to third when they played out a 1-1 draw with Western Panthers who have climbed two places to eighth and Granville Rage moved upward two positions to be fourth on goal difference thanks to a 2-1 victory at twelfth placed Dulwich Hill.
St George slid backward one place to fifth on goal difference after they were held to a 1-1 draw by ninth placed Central Coast Lightning while Bonnyrigg White Eagles shot up from ninth to sixth with a handy 3-0 result over Northern Tigers who fell from seventh to tenth.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles retained the top spot with a solid 4-1 victory over Northern Tigers who have fallen from second to fifth and Schofields Scorpions are second on goal difference following their win by the odd goal in five over Southern NSW who slid from fifth to ninth.
Western Panthers are two points further back in third position after they posted a 2-0 result over eleventh placed Sydney Wanderers while Dulwich Hill are fourth on goal difference thanks to a 2-1 success over twelfth placed Granville Rage.
Central Coast Lightning are placed sixth on goal difference, two places worse off than last week, after they suffered a 2-1 loss to St George who have moved from twelfth to eighth and PCYC Parramatta Eagles are right behind the Saints following their 1-0 win over tenth placed Spirit FC.
Southern NSW soared from fifth to the top spot with a 3-1 win over Schofields Scorpions who have plummeted from second to seventh and Dulwich Hill are placed second on goal difference following their scoreless draw with tenth placed Granville Rage.
Northern Tigers complete the front-running trio after at third on goal difference after they were held to a scoreless draw by eleventh placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles. Central Coast Lightning are a point further back on goal difference thanks to their 3-1 result over St George who tumbled from first to sixth.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles are in fifth position on goal difference as a result of their 2-1 win over twelfth placed Spirit FC while Sydney Wanderers and Western Panthers played out a scoreless draw which has left them at ninth and eighth respectively.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles scooted into first place on the table this week after they registered a 4-2 victory over twelfth placed Northern Tigers and Central Coast Lightning are second on goal difference, up five places from last week, thanks to a 2-1 result over St George who slid from sixth to tenth.
Dulwich Hill are right behind the front pair at third on goal difference, a jump of six places on last week, following their 3-2 success over Granville Rage who have fallen from first to sixth. Sydney Wanderers flew from eighth to fourth on goal difference when they accounted for eleventh placed Western Panthers with a 1-0 scoreline.
Southern NSW complete the top current top five on goal difference after they were held to a scoreless draw by eighth placed Schofields Scorpions and PCYC Parramatta Eagles are seventh after they also recorded a scoreless draw, theirs being with ninth placed Spirit FC.
Western Panthers moved up from second to be two points clear at the top of the table after they posted a 2-1 result over Sydney Wanderers who have slid from fifth to ninth while Northern Tigers zoomed from eighth to second when they registered a very solid 5-1 win over Bonnyrigg White Eagles who went from third to eighth.
Central Coast Lightning are third on goal difference thanks to a 1-0 victory over St George who have slipped from ninth to twelfth and Schofields Scorpions are fourth on goal difference following their 1-1 draw with eleventh placed Southern NSW.
Spirit FC are only one point further back at fifth after they went down 2-1 to PCYC Parramatta Eagles who have jumped from tenth to sixth on goal difference while Dulwich Hill are seventh on goal difference after they posted a 4-2 win over Granville Rage who dropped from seventh to tenth.
-By Barry Davis