In Grade 13 any of the top eight teams could still qualify and it is much the same story for the other four age groups. That adds considerable interest to the remaining matches and puts particular emphasis on the catch-up game that have yet to be played.
The Club Championship
PCYC Parramatta Eagles are now twenty points clear at the top of the table after they bagged thirteen points from their visit to last placed St George while Bonnyrigg White Eagles are in second spot following their gain of eight points at home to fifth placed Western Panthers.
Northern Tigers are right behind the White Eagles at third on goal difference after they snatched nine points at home to sixth placed Dulwich Hill and Central Coast Lightning are five points further back at fourth following their profit of ten points from their clash with eleventh placed Southern NSW and eight points they earned in catch-up action against Sydney Wanderers.
The Wanderers are tenth after they took nine points from eighth placed Spirit FC and added the five they earned from their clash with Lightning and Granville Rage are ninth following their five points gain against seventh placed Schofields Scorpions.
Central Coast Lightning have a lead of two points at the top of the table after they were 2-0 winners over eighth placed Southern NSW and then they battled out a scoreless draw with Sydney Wanderers in a Round 12 catch-up match. Granville Rage are in second spot following their 2-0 success over eleventh placed Schofields Scorpions.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles are one point further back after their 1-1 draw with ninth placed St George and Western Panthers are four points further away at fourth following their 1-1 draw with fifth placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles.
Sydney Wanderers are in sixth spot and only two points outside the top five after they were 1-0 winners over last placed Spirit FC and Northern Tigers are seventh following their 2-0 success over tenth placed Dulwich Hill.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles have a lead of six points at the top of the table following their 3-0 result over third placed Western Panthers while Schofields Scorpions are second after they had a 2-1 win over last placed Granville Rage.
Dulwich Hill are fourth thanks to a 2-1 victory over fifth placed Northern Tigers and PCYC Parramatta Eagles are sixth, two points outside the top five after they won by the odd goal in seven in an absolute thriller over seventh placed St George.
Spirit FC are in eighth position after they went down 1-0 to ninth placed Sydney Wanderers and Southern NSW are tenth following their 2-0 win over eleventh placed Central Coast Lightning who also suffered a 3-2 loss to the Wanderers in Round 12 catch-up action.
Western Panthers are the competition leaders by a margin of four points after they produced a 2-0 scoreline over second placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles while PCYC Parramatta Eagles are three points further back at third following their 3-1 success over last placed St George.
Central Coast Lightning are two points further away at fourth following their 4-1 win over eighth placed Southern NSW and their scoreless draw with Sydney Wanderers in a Round 12 catch-up match. Spirit FC are fifth after they downed the ninth placed Wanderers 4-1.
Northern Tigers are one point outside the top five at sixth after they went down 1-0 to eleventh placed Dulwich Hill while seventh placed Schofields Scorpions were held to a 2-2 draw by tenth placed Granville Rage
PCYC Parramatta Eagles are eleven points clear at the head of the table following their 4-1 victory over eleventh placed St George and Dulwich Hill are in second spot after they suffered a 4-2 loss to fourth placed Northern Tigers.
Granville Rage are placed third following their 3-2 loss to eighth placed Schofields Scorpions and Southern NSW are fifth after they were held to a 1-1 draw by tenth placed Central Coast Lightning who then produced a 1-0 win over Sydney Wanderers in a Round 12 catch-up match.
The Wanderers are in ninth place after they were beaten 3-1 by seventh placed Spirit FC while Bonnyrigg White Eagles are sixth and only one point outside the top five after their 2-0 win over last placed Western Panthers.
Central Coast Lightning have a lead of nine points at the top of the table following their 2-0 result over ninth placed Southern NSW and their 2-0 result over Sydney Wanderers in Round 12 catch-up action. Northern Tigers are in second spot after they downed seventh placed Dulwich Hill by the odd goal in five.
Western Panthers are three points further back at third following their 2-2 draw with eleventh placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles and PCYC Parramatta Eagles are fourth, three points further away, after they were 3-0 winners over last placed St George.
Sydney Wanderers are fifth after they defeated sixth placed Spirit FC with a 2-1 scoreline and Schofields Scorpions are eighth following their 1-1 draw with tenth placed Granville Rage
-By Barry Davis