Super League Round 7 Review


The Bonnyrigg White Eagles made it five wins in succession by beating staunch rivals Rockdale City Suns 3-0 which kept them on top of the Super League ladder after seven rounds.
It was like a chess game for the first 30 minutes and a few good chances went begging for both sides, especially the White Eagles.
It wasn?t until the 37th minute that Jonathan Bragias was brought down 25 metres out from goal and the team was presented with a golden opportunity in hitting the lead via Mark D?Alessandro.
D?Alessandro did not disappointed as he smashed it to the left of goal which put the home side one up.
The second half was different to the first as Bonnyrigg finally started to show their championship pedigree by totally dominating their opponents.
It wasn?t until the 75th minute that the game was all but wrapped up when Bonnyrigg scored its second via speedy star Steven Bozinovski who was able to finish off a brilliant solo effort that had the crowd salivating for more.
Ilkay Gurbuz made sure of the points in the 82nd minute when he finished home a neat goal thanks to a great pass from Goran Subara who was tightly marked all game.
In other matches, the Central Coast Lightning smashed five past a hapless Fairfield City Lions at Pluim Park.
The Lions have hit rock bottom after six matches which has seen them collect only a solitary point.
Central Coast Mariners’ on loan midfielder Brad Porter notched up the side?s first before Neill Woodcock added a classy double while goals from Jamie Lobb and Keenan Crum gave the Coast maximum points and their first victory of the season.
Fraser Park flexed its muscles on Saturday as they defeated the St George Saints 4-2 at the Belmore Sports Ground.
Greg Collins was the hero for Fraser Park as he bagged a double while goals from Koji Sasaki and Paulo Oliveira pushed the side into third spot.
PCYC Parramatta proved far too strong for the Northern Tigers as they defeated Hugh McCrory?s side 4-1.
Nathan Rivera, Fredrick Graham, George Lagoudakis and Andy Amegashie all scored for Jason Falzon?s side that pushed them to seventh spot.
In other matches, Lee Sterrey?s Granville Rage side played out a scorless draw against Mt Druitt Town Rangers on Saturday evening while there were no goals in the FC Bossy Liverpool and Sydney University clash at Ernie Smith Reserve.