Premier Youth League Round 15 Review


While there were a few minor changes to the look of the tables as a result of the two fixtures that actually went ahead, we will not have a true picture until all the matches have been played.
That will mean that every point earned from the catch-up games will have some sort of bearing on the tables and so everyone will need to be on their toes. We will keep you informed of the outcome each game as it is played and how the result affect the competition table.
Grade 13
Sutherland Sharks retained the competition lead when they were 4-1 winners over last placed Sydney Olympic while Penrith Nepean United moved up two places to ninth when they produced a solid 4-0 victory over Bankstown City who have slipped back a place to tenth.
Grade 14
Sutherland Sharks stayed at the top of the table after they came up with a 2-0 result over sixth placed Sydney Olympic and Penrith Nepean United remained at fourth when they had a 5-0 win over Bankstown City who have jumped from thirteenth to tenth thanks to their 2-0 success over the Sharks in midweek catch-up action.
Grade 15
Sydney Olympic posted a 1-0 result over Sutherland Sharks and that leaves the teams at fifth and eleventh respectively while Penrith Nepean United moved up a place to tenth when they had a 1-0 win over twelfth placed Bankstown City.
Grade 16
Tenth placed Sutherland Sharks and ninth placed Sydney Olympic battled out a scoreless draw while eighth placed Bankstown City and seventh placed Penrith Nepean United produced exactly the same scoreline.
Grade 18
Last placed Sutherland Sharks caused a shock when they held fifth placed Sydney Olympic to a 1-1 draw while eighth placed Bankstown City did well to hold third placed Penrith Nepean United to a scoreless draw.
-By Barry Davis