The Club Championship
PCYC Parramatta Eagles have a lead of nine points at the top of the table after they earned ten points from their visit to seventh placed Dulwich Hill while Northern Tigers are second following their gain of seven points at home to ninth placed Southern NSW on Saturday and then they added nine points from their Round 5 catch-up matches against Sydney Wanderers on Sunday.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles are placed third after they split the points at seven apiece with tenth placed Spirit FC and then they could only add three points to their tally from the Round 11 catch-up games against Central Coast Lightning who are fifth thanks to the twelve points they picked up on Sunday and the eleven points they bagged against eleventh placed Schofields Scorpions on Saturday.
Western Panthers are in fourth position thanks to the six points they earned against twelfth placed St George and Granville Rage are sixth after they grabbed twelve points at eighth placed Sydney Wanderers.
Central Coast Lightning have a 0ne point advantage at the top of the table after they posted a 3-0 win over twelfth placed Schofields Scorpions and then they repeated that scoreline on Sunday when they downed fifth placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles in a Round 11 catch-up game on Sunday.
Granville Rage are in second spot after their 1-0 win over sixth placed Sydney Wanderers who went on to defeat eighth placed Northern Tigers in a Round 5 catch-up match on Sunday. PCYC Parramatta Eagles remained at third following their 2-0 victory over tenth placed Dulwich Hill.
Western Panthers are still fourth after they had a scoreless draw with ninth placed St George and Bonnyrigg White Eagles downed eleventh placed Spirit FC 1-0. Northern Tigers played out a 1-1 draw with seventh placed Southern NSW
Bonnyrigg White Eagles are now eight points clear at the top of the table after they suffered a 1-0 loss to eighth placed Spirit FC and then they defeated twelfth placed Central Coast Lightning 1-0 in a Round 11 catch-up match on Sunday. Western Panthers are in second spot following their scoreless draw with seventh placed St George.
Schofields Scorpions have remained at third following their 1-1 draw with Central Coast Lightning and Dulwich Hill are fourth thanks to their 2-0 win over sixth placed PCYC Parramatta Eagles.
Northern Tigers are still fifth after they drew 1-1 with eleventh placed Southern NSW and then they downed tenth placed Sydney Wanderers in a Round 5 catch-up match on Sunday. The Wanderers had lost 1-0 to ninth placed Granville Rage on Saturday.
Western Panthers have a lead of five points at the top of the table following their 3-0 success over twelfth placed St George while Bonnyrigg White Eagles are placed second after they went down 1-0 to fourth placed Spirit FC and then they suffered a 1-0 loss to eighth placed Central Coast Lightning in a Round 11 catch-up match on Sunday. Lightning had beaten seventh placed Schofields Scorpions 4-0 on Saturday.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles are in third place on the table after they came up with a 1-0 victory over eleventh placed Dulwich Hill.
Southern NSW moved up one place to fifth when they drew 2-2 with Northern Tigers who also climbed one place to sixth and Granville Rage are ninth thanks to their 1-0 result over tenth placed Sydney Wanderers who then downed Northern Tigers 3-1 in a Round 5 catch-up match on Sunday.
PCYC Parramatta Eagles have a lead of eleven points at the top of the table following their 2-0 win over third placed Dulwich Hill while Northern Tigers are second thanks to their 2-1 win over fifth placed Southern NSW and then the 2-1 result over Sydney Wanderers in a Round 5 catch-up match on Sunday.
Granville Rage are fourth and only one point behind the Tigers after they suffered a 2-0 loss to ninth placed Sydney Wanderers and Bonnyrigg White Eagles are in sixth spot following their 2-1 result over eighth placed Spirit FC.
Schofields Scorpions are in seventh position following their 3-3 draw with tenth placed Central Coast Lightning who went on to beat Bonnyrigg White Eagles 2-1 in a Round 11 catch-up match on Sunday.
In the battle from the foot of the table eleventh placed St George and twelfth placed Western Panthers played out a 2-2 draw.
Central Coast Lightning have a lead of eight points at the top of the table after they had a 4-0 win over eleventh placed Schofields Scorpions and then they backed that up with a 3-2 result over tenth placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles in a Round 11 catch-up match played on Sunday. Bonnyrigg had posted a 2-2 draw with seventh placed Spirit FC on Saturday.
Northern Tigers are in second spot following their scoreless draw with ninth placed Southern NSW and then a 2-0 win over fifth placed Sydney Wanderers in a Round 5 catch-up match on Sunday. The Wanderers had gone down 2-1 to eighth placed Granville Rage on Saturday.
Western Panthers are four points further back at third following their win by the odd goal in five over twelfth placed St George and PCYC Parramatta Eagles are fourth after they drew 2-2 with sixth placed Dulwich Hill.
-By Barry Davis