Sutherland Sharks are still at the top of the table following their 3-0 victory over Macarthur Rams who have maintained their fifth placing and Manly United FC have retained second spot, a point behind the Sharks, after they knocked over eighth placed West Sydney Berries with a 2-1 scoreline.
Marconi Stallions remained at third when they rolled A.P.I.A. Leichhardt Tigers 2-0, a result that caused the Tigers to drop back one place to seventh, while Blacktown City Demons are still fourth following their 3-0 result over Penrith Nepean United who have fallen from seventh to ninth.
Sydney United shot up from ninth to sixth with a 1-0 win over Wollongong FC who have dropped back one place to twelfth while Sydney Olympic and Bankstown City battled out a 2-2 draw that sees Olympic rise one place to eleventh and leaves the Lions at tenth.
Blacktown City Demons dropped their first points for the season when they were held to a 2-2 draw by Penrith Nepean United, an outcome that sees the Demons a point clear at the top of the table and leaves PNU at fifth following their 2-0 midweek loss to NSWIS Girls who are placed seventh. Sutherland Sharks are still second thanks to their 3-0 win over Macarthur Rams who have remained at eleventh.
A 2-1 victory over A.P.I.A. Leichhardt Tigers has kept Marconi Stallions in third place and forced the Tigers back two places to ninth while West Sydney Berries have held onto fourth position thanks to a 2-1 success at Manly United FC who went back one place to the foot of the table.
Sydney United went up two places to sixth when they defeated Wollongong FC 3-0, an outcome that pushed the Wolves back to last position and Sydney Olympic were 2-0 winners over Bankstown City, leaving Olympic at eighth and the Lions at tenth.
Wollongong FC are still the competition leaders by a single point following their 1-1 draw with Sydney United who actually fell from sixth to eighth and Marconi Stallions held onto second spot despite their 5-2 loss to A.P.I.A. Leichhardt Tigers who went from third to fourth on goal difference.
Blacktown City Demons jumped from fourth to third when they were 3-0 winners at seventh placed Penrith Nepean United won their midweek match with NSWIS Girls 4-1 and Bankstown City flew from seventh to fifth with a 2-0 win in the Round 20 catch-up match against West Sydney Berries and a 1-0 loss to Sydney Olympic who moved up one place to ninth.
Macarthur Rams shot up from ninth to sixth when they played out a thrilling 3-3 draw with tenth placed Sutherland Sharks and West Sydney Berries have remained at twelfth despite their 2-0 victory over Manly United FC who are currently placed eleventh.
Manly United FC have retained their lead of three points at the top of the table after they downed tenth placed West Sydney Berries 4-0 and A.P.I.A. Leichhardt Tigers are still in second spot after their 4-1 success over Marconi Stallions who have tumbled from third to eighth.
Blacktown City Demons flew from tenth to fourth with a 2-1 win over Penrith Nepean United who dropped one place to ninth while Macarthur Rams are still fifth thanks to a 5-2 win over last placed Sutherland Sharks.
Sydney Olympic are still seventh following their 2-1 victory over Bankstown City who dropped back two places to sixth and Sydney United were 2-1 victors over Wollongong FC, an outcome that has taken United from sixth to third and forced the Wolves to drop back two places to eleventh.
Blacktown City Demons remained in the top spot this week when they played out a 2-2 draw with second placed Penrith Nepean United and Marconi Stallions are still third after their 2-2 draw with fourth placed A.P.I.A. Leichhardt Tigers.
Sydney Olympic have held onto fifth place following their 4-0 victory over sixth placed Bankstown City and Wollongong FC jumped up one place to seventh with a 3-1 success over ninth placed Sydney United.
Manly United FC went from tenth to eighth when they were 4-3 winners over West Sydney Berries who are now tenth and Macarthur Rams posted their first win for the season with a 4-3 result over last placed Sutherland Sharks.
-By Barry Davis