There is still a long way to go but the timing of the catch-up match could prove crucial so a good deal of planning will be required of the clubs.
The Club Championship
PCYC Parramatta Eagles lead the way by nine points after they split Saturday?s points evenly at six apiece with sixth placed Spirit FC and then they bagged six more from the four Round catch-up11 matches they played against Western Panthers on Sunday.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles are in second place and they might be a bit disappointed that they could take only four points from third placed Northern Tigers while Western Panthers are placed fourth after they earned seven points on Saturday from their encounter with eleventh placed Sydney Wanderers and then they added six more on Sunday.
Central Coast Lightning are placed fifth after their games against last placed St George were washed out and Dulwich Hill are seventh thanks to the eight points they bagged at eighth placed Granville Rage. Schofield Scorpions are placed ninth and Southern NSW are tenth following their weekend washout.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles are the competition leaders after they were held to a 2-2 draw by eleventh placed Spirit FC and then the Eagles went on to defeat fourth placed Western Panthers in a Round 11 catch-up match played on Sunday. The Panthers had picked up the points on Saturday with a 2-1 victory over tenth placed Sydney Wanderers.
Central Coast Lightning are in second place on the competition table after their match against eighth placed St George was washed out while Granville Rage are third following their 1-1 draw with sixth placed Dulwich Hill.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles are fifth despite their 2-0 loss to seventh placed Northern Tigers and Southern NSW are ninth following their washed out match against last placed Schofield Scorpions.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles lead the competition table by six points after they suffered a 1-0 loss to second placed Northern Tigers while Western Panthers are third following their 1-0 result over eleventh placed Sydney Wanderers. The Panthers added three more points when they were 3-0 winners over PCYC Parramatta Eagles in a Round 11 catch-up match played on Sunday.
Schofield Scorpions are in fourth place after their match against last placed Southern NSW was washed out and PCYC Parramatta Eagles are fifth following their scoreless draw with seventh placed Spirit FC.
Dulwich Hill are in sixth position after they were 4-0 winners over tenth placed Granville Rage while Central Coast Lightning and St George are ninth and eighth respectively following the wash out of their match.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles are at the top of the table by a single point after they produced a 4-2 result over seventh placed Northern Tigers while Western Panthers are in second spot following their surprising 2-0 loss to ninth placed Sydney Wanderers and their 1-0 victory over PCYC Parramatta Eagles in a Round 11 catch-up match played on Sunday.
Central Coast Lightning are third and St George are twelfth after their match was washed out and Spirit FC are fourth thanks to their 1-0 result over PCYC Parramatta Eagles who are fifth.
Schofield Scorpions are sixth on goal difference after their match with eighth placed Southern NSW was washed out while Granville Rage are placed tenth following their 1-0 win over eleventh placed Dulwich Hill.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles have a lead of nine points at the top of the table following their 2-1 victory over seventh placed Spirit FC on Saturday and then on Sunday the Eagles collected three more points thanks to a 2-0 win over Western Panthers in a Round 11 catch-up match.
Dulwich Hill are in second spot after they were 2-0 winners over third placed Granville Rage and Southern NSW are fourth following their washed out match with ninth placed Schofield Scorpions. Bonnyrigg White Eagles are fifth after they played out a 1-1 draw with sixth placed Northern Tigers.
Sydney Wanderers are placed eighth thanks to their 2-1 success over last placed Western Panthers while Central Coast Lightning and St George are tenth and eleventh respectively following their washed out match.
Central Coast Lightning have a lead of three points at the top of the competition table after their match with last placed St George was washed out and Northern Tigers are second following their 2-0 victory over tenth placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles.
Spirit FC are three points further back at third after they were held to a scoreless draw by sixth placed PCYC Parramatta Eagles and Western Panthers are fourth following their 1-1 draw with seventh placed Sydney Wanderers.
Dulwich Hill are in fifth position following their 1-1 draw with eleventh placed Granville Rage and Southern NSW are eighth after their match with ninth placed Schofield Scorpions was washed out.
-By Barry Davis