Super Youth League Round 5 Review


The rain has had a huge impact on the tables this week after four fixtures were wiped out. They will all be rescheduled shortly but in the meantime the tables will continue to have a strange look about them.
Club Championship
Schofields Scorpions have lead of two points on the table after they grabbed eight points from their encounter at Spirit FC who used their five points share to move up from eleventh to eighth.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles jumped up one place to third after they took thirteen points from Southern NSW who fell from fifth to sixth while Dulwich Hill caught up with their Round 4 meeting with Central Coast Lightning with Dully bagging nine points and moving from tenth to fifth and Lightning?s share of six moved them up two places to fourth.
Grade 13
Bonnyrigg White Eagles flew from ninth to fifth with a 3-2 victory over Southern NSW who have dropped from third to fourth and Schofields Scorpions jumped from eleventh to sixth thanks to their 2-1 success over Spirit FC who went back two places to tenth.
In the only other match in the past week Central Coast Lightning rocketed from seventh to second when they produced a 2-0 win over eleventh placed Dulwich Hill in Round 4 catch-up action.
Grade 14
Bonnyrigg White Eagles moved to the top of the table with a 2-0 result over last placed Southern NSW and Schofields Scorpions rose one spot to second when they were 2-0 winners over seventh placed Spirit FC.
In Round 4 catch up action Dulwich Hill Central went from sixth to fourth with a 3-1 win over ninth placed Coast Lightning.
Grade 15
Schofields Scorpions are still the competition leaders after they were held to a 1-1 draw by last placed Spirit FC and Bonnyrigg White Eagles went from seventh to fourth with a 3-2 victory over Southern NSW who have stayed at second one place to third.
In the Round 4 catch up match Dulwich Hill took themselves from eighth to fifth with a 1-0 victory over third placed Central Coast Lightning.
Grade 16
Bonnyrigg White Eagles retained the competition lead after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Southern NSW who went back one place to sixth while Spirit FC Schofields dropped a spot to be fifth but Scorpions advance one place to second when their match also finished at 2-2.
Dulwich Hill rose from seventh to fourth with a 1-0 result over eighth placed Central Coast Lightning in Round 4 catch up action.
Grade 18
Spirit FC rocketed from eighth to third when they were 3-1 victors over Schofields Scorpions who dropped from third to fifth while Bonnyrigg White Eagles zoomed from tenth to fourth with a 3-1 result over Southern NSW who fell back two places to eighth.
Central Coast Lightning took over the competition lead when they came up with a 3-1 win over Dulwich Hill who went from ninth to tenth.
-By Barry Davis