It still looks as though the top seven teams will fight it out for places in the finals in Grade 13 while ten teams are in with a chance of the play-offs in Grade 14.
In Grades 15 and 16 the top seven all have a good chance of continuing beyond the competition proper but the top five looks to be set in place in the 18s.
Of course there could well be changes within the current pecking order for the finals series so there is plenty of interest and action to come.
The Club Championship
Blacktown Spartans are twenty-six points clear at the top of the table after they split the points at six apiece with seventh placed Hurstville City Minotaurs while Mt Druitt Town Rangers are in second spot after they took nine points from their visit to ninth placed Springwood.
Sydney University are third and only seven points behind the Rangers after they could take only four points from their trip to Gladesville Ryde Magic who used their ten points share to be placed sixth. Camden Tigers are fourth after they bagged nine points at home to fifth placed Fraser Park.
Rockdale City Suns are in seventh position following their haul of nine points at eleventh placed Hills United and Hakoah are tenth after they earned only three points at home to Stanmore Hawks who are still placed last despite taking nine points from the day.
Blacktown Spartans are the competition leaders on goal difference after they were held to a scoreless draw by eighth placed Hurstville City Minotaurs while Gladesville Ryde Magic are second following their 1-0 win over third placed Sydney University.
Camden Tigers are placed fourth after they had a 3-2 victory over fifth placed Fraser Park and Springwood are sixth and two points outside the top five after they defeated tenth placed Mt Druitt Town Rangers 3-2.
Hakoah are three points further back at seventh following their 2-2 draw with last placed Stanmore Hawks and Hills United are ninth after they went down 2-1 to eleventh placed Rockdale City Suns.
Hurstville City Minotaurs have a lead of two points at the top of the table following their 3-0 success over third placed Blacktown Spartans while Camden Tigers are second after they posted a 1-0 result over fifth placed Fraser Park.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers are in fourth position despite going down 1-0 to seventh placed Springwood and Gladesville Ryde Magic are sixth on goal difference after their 3-1 victory over eighth placed Sydney University.
Hills United are placed ninth after they suffered a 3-1 loss to tenth placed Rockdale City Suns and Stanmore Hawks are eleventh following their 4-0 success over twelfth placed Hakoah.
Blacktown Spartans have a lad of seven points at the head of the competition table following their 2-2 draw with second placed Hurstville City Minotaurs and
Fraser Park are third after they defeated fifth placed Camden Tigers 3-0.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers are fourth on goal difference thanks to their 1-0 win over ninth placed Springwood while Sydney University are just one point outside the top five at sixth after they drew 1-1 with eleventh placed Gladesville Ryde Magic.
Hakoah are three points further back at seventh following their 2-2 draw with last placed Stanmore Hawks and Rockdale City Suns are eighth following their 4-0 loss to tenth placed Hills United.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers are five points clear of their nearest rivals at the top of the table after they were 2-0 winners over eleventh placed Springwood while Stanmore Hawks are in second spot following their 2-0 win over eighth placed Hakoah.
Fraser Park are two points further back at third thanks to their 2-1 success over last placed Camden Tigers and Hurstville City Minotaurs are fourth after their 1-1 draw with Blacktown Spartans who are sixth and only two points outside the top five.
Sydney University are in fifth position following their solid 4-1 win over ninth placed Gladesville Ryde Magic and Rockdale City Suns are seventh on goal difference after they defeated tenth placed Hills United 1-0.
Gladesville Ryde Magic lead the way on the competition table by a single point after their 4-0 victory over fifth placed Sydney University while Mt Druitt Town Rangers are sitting at second following their 5-0 win over last placed Springwood.
Blacktown Spartans are four points further back at third thanks to their 6-0 win over eleventh placed Hurstville City Minotaurs and Camden Tigers are fourth , three points further back after they defeated seventh placed Fraser Park 2-1.
Hills United are sixth and ten points away from fifth place following their 2-0 win over Rockdale City Suns who are in eighth position and Stanmore Hawks are ninth after their 1-1 draw with tenth placed Hakoah.
-By Barry Davis