Super Youth League Round 4 Review

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Round 4 Super Youth League Review
The rain caused three fixtures to be washed out on the weekend and so the tables will have a slightly different look about them until those catch-up matches are played.
Club Championship
Schofields Scorpions shot up from third place to take the lead on the table after they bagged twelve points from their clash with Sydney Wanderers whose three points share took them up one place to eighth.
Western NSW Panthers earned thirteen points at home to Spirit FC and that has allowed the Panther to move from sixth to second while Spirit dropped back one place to eleventh.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles fell from first to third when their encounter with PCYC Parramatta Eagles was washed out, an outcome that saw Parramatta fall back two places to fourth.
Southern NSW retained fifth position when they took five points from Granville Rage who used the eight points share to shoot from twelfth to seventh.
The washouts caused Dulwich Hill to drop back two spots to tenth and Central Coast Lightning to go from fourth to sixth while Northern Tigers tumbled from seventh to ninth and St George went back one place to twelfth.
Grade 13
Unbeaten Granville Rage are at the top of the table thanks to a win by the odd goal in five over Southern NSW who have slipped from second to third while Western NSW Panthers shot from seventh to second with a 1-0 result over eighth placed Spirit FC.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles moved back one place to fourth when their match against ninth placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles was washed out and Sydney Wanderers fell from fourth to fifth when first time winner Schofields Scorpions posted a 3-1 scoreline and promptly went up to eleventh.
Northern Tigers dropped back one place to twelfth due to their washout with St George who have gone back one position to sixth and Dulwich Hill remained at tenth but Central Coast Lightning slipped back to seventh after they were washed out.
Grade 14
Western NSW Panthers took the competition lead by a single point thanks to a 4-0 victory over Spirit FC who fell back one spot to seventh while Bonnyrigg White Eagles surrendered the lead and went to second when they were washed out against PCYC Parramatta Eagles who dropped from fourth to fifth.
Schofields Scorpions moved up two places to third when they defeated eleventh placed Sydney Wanderers 2-1 and Northern Tigers slipped from third to fourth following their washed out match against eighth placed St George.
The wash out actually caused Dulwich Hill to rise one place to sixth on goal difference and allowed Central Coast Lightning to remain at ninth while Southern NSW and Granville Rage swapped places on the table after Rage won 2-0, leaving the lads from Nowra at twelfth and Granville at tenth.
Grade 15
Schofields Scorpions grabbed the competition lead by a single point with a 2-1 victory over Sydney Wanderers who have plummeted from sixth to ninth and Southern NSW slipped back to second when they were held to a scoreless draw by eleventh placed Granville Rage.
When their match was washed out Dulwich Hill remained at eighth but Central Coast Lightning moved up two places to third thanks to a 4-1 win over Sydney Wanderers in a midweek catch up match from Round One. PCYC Parramatta Eagles went back from second to fourth after they were washed out against seventh placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles.
Northern Tigers slipped back one place to fifth and St George went from ninth to tenth due to their wash out while Western NSW Panthers scooted from tenth to sixth thanks to their first win, a 2-1 result over Spirit FC who are anchored to the bottom of the table.
Grade 16
Bonnyrigg White Eagles retained the competition lead despite their match against eleventh placed PCYC Parramatta Eagles being washed out while Granville Rage held onto second after they played out a scoreless draw with Southern NSW who went from seventh to fifth.
Schofields Scorpions shot from eighth to third with a 2-0 win over Sydney Wanderers who have fallen from third to sixth and Spirit FC are still in fourth place following their 1-1 draw with last placed Western NSW Panthers.
Dulwich Hill dropped from fifth to seventh and Central Coast Lightning fell back two places to eighth when their clash with did not proceed while Northern Tigers and St George are still ninth and tenth respectively after their washed out match.
Grade 18
Western NSW Panthers shot from fourth to the competition lead thanks to a 1-0 victory over Spirit FC who have slipped from sixth to eighth and Central Coast Lightning retained second spot after they were washed out against Dulwich Hill who went back two places to ninth.
Schofields Scorpions dropped from first to third after they went down 4-0 to Sydney Wanderers who have rocketed from ninth to fifth while PCYC Parramatta Eagles dropped one place to be fourth and Bonnyrigg White Eagles dropped two spot to be tenth after their match was washed out.
Southern NSW climbed up four places to sixth when they produced a 3-2 win over last placed Granville Rage and Northern Tigers dropped two places to seventh after their match against St George was washed out, leaving the Saints at eleventh.
-By Barry Davis