Over the next few weeks the matches will be caught up and so we will be able to gain a better understanding of everyone?s true position.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles took over the lead on the table when they snatched twelve points from Schofields Scorpions who have dropped back two places to third.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles raced from seventh to second thanks to the nine points they took from Northern Tigers and in Round 5 catch-up action the six they earned from Central Coast Lightning who are in fourth place. The Tigers added six points to their tally when they took on St George in two age groups to catch up matches from Round 4.
Dulwich Hill are still fifth after they bagged eleven points at Sydney Wanderers who have fallen back one place to eleventh and Granville Rage flew from ninth to sixth when they split the points at seven apiece with ninth placed Spirit FC and then they grabbed another eight points in Round 5 catch up matches against Western Panthers who have dropped from third to eighth.
Last placed St George earned only three points from their encounter with Southern NSW whose share of nine points could not prevent them from falling from sixth to tenth. The Central Coast Lightning v Western Panthers fixture has been rescheduled to Sunday, 25th May.
Granville Rage moved up one place to take over the competition lead thanks to a 1-0 victory over eleventh placed Spirit FC and a 1-1 draw with Western Panthers in Round 5 catch-up action while Central Coast Lightning dropped back to second despite a 3-0 Round 5 win over fourth placed PCYC Parramatta Eagles who were 4-2 winners over last placed Northern Tigers on Saturday.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles remained at third when they won 4-2 over Schofields Scorpions who fell back two places to seventh and Southern NSW are fifth after they downed tenth placed St George 1-0.
Dulwich Hill moved up from ninth to sixth with a 3-1 success over Sydney Wanderers who dropped from sixth to eighth.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles took the lead on the table with a 2-0 result over Schofields Scorpions who took the reverse route from first to second while PCYC Parramatta Eagles jumped from fifth to third thanks to a 1-1 draw with fifth placed Northern Tigers and a 1-0 win in their Round 5 catch up match against eighth placed Central Coast Lightning.
Western Panthers dropped back one place to fourth when they played out a 2-2 draw in Round 5 catch up action with tenth placed Granville Rage. On Saturday, Rage had suffered a 2-1 loss to Spirit FC who rose one place to sixth.
Dulwich Hill went from sixth to seventh when they played out a 2-2 draw with eleventh placed Sydney Wanderers and St George remained at ninth after their 1-1 draw with last placed Southern NSW.
Schofields Scorpions maintained the lead on the table when they battled out a scoreless draw with Bonnyrigg White Eagles who moved up one place to fourth while Northern Tigers shot up from sixth to second when they had a scoreless draw with PCYC Parramatta Eagles on Saturday and a 7-0 win over eleventh placed St George on Sunday.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles tumbled from second to sixth when their draw with the Tigers was combined with their 1-0 loss on Sunday to third placed Central Coast Lightning.
Southern NSW fell from third to fifth after their scoreless draw with eleventh placed St George and Dulwich Hill went back one place to eighth following their 1-1 draw with tenth placed Sydney Wanderers.
Spirit FC are still ninth after they were held to a scoreless draw by last placed Granville Rage who lost 1-0 to seventh placed Western Panthers on Sunday.
Granville Rage went to the top of the table thanks to a 1-0 win over eighth placed Spirit FC on Saturday and a 2-0 result over eleventh placed Western Panthers on Sunday while Bonnyrigg White Eagles dropped back to second spot even though they downed seventh placed Schofields Scorpions by the odd goal in seven.
Dulwich Hill are still third following their 2-0 win over Sydney Wanderers who fell from fourth to sixth and PCYC Parramatta Eagles are fourth after they were 2-0 winners over ninth placed Northern Tigers and their 2-1 success over tenth placed Central Coast Lightning on Sunday.
The Tigers bounced back on Sunday when they rolled last placed St George 5-1. On Saturday the Saints had gone down 2-0 to fifth placed Southern NSW.
Central Coast Lightning held onto the competition lead with a 3-0 win on Sunday over third placed PCYC Parramatta Eagles who had played out a 1-1 draw with sixth placed Northern Tigers on Saturday.
Spirit FC are still in second spot following their 1-0 success over Granville Rage who rose from eleventh to ninth with a 3-2 victory over fourth placed Western Panthers on Sunday.
Schofields Scorpions climbed up two places to fifth when they were 1-0 winners over Bonnyrigg White Eagles who took the reverse route back to seventh
Dulwich Hill came up two spot to eighth with a 2-1 win over Sydney Wanderers who went from eighth to eleventh and Southern NSW went back one place to tenth when they played out a 1-1 draw with last placed St George.
-By Barry Davis