Table leaders PCYC Parramatta would have been delighted when they took all the points from the four home matches played against Southern NSW while second placed Dulwich Hill pocketed eight points from four games when they met Sydney Wanderers.
When the matches between Central Coast Lightning and Western Panthers were washed out the clubs fell back to sixth and eighth respectively.
Northern Tigers climbed three places to third after they bagged ten points from their encounter with ninth placed Schofields Scorpions while Macarthur Rams might have been a bit disappointed to have shared the points at six apiece with twelfth placed Granville Rage but the Rams picked up a dozen points from their Round 4 catch-up matches against eleventh placed Sydney Wanderers
Spirit FC had a good day as they took twelve of the available points from their home games against the previously better performed Blacktown Spartans who have dropped three places to seventh. Then Spirit moved up three spots to fifth when they split the points evenly at six apiece in Round 4 catch-up matches with Schofields Scorpions.
PCYC Parramatta have held onto the competition lead after they were 1-0 winners over ninth placed Southern NSW and Central Coast Lightning are placed second even though they were washed out against tenth placed Western Panthers.
Spirit FC moved up two places to third when they produced a 1-0 scoreline over Blacktown Spartans who have tumbled back three places to sixth and then Spirit picked up another point when their Round 4 catch-up match against Schofields Scorpions ended at 0-0 while Dulwich Hill dropped to fifth after they were held to a 1-1 draw by eleventh placed Sydney Wanderers.
Northern Tigers rose two places to fourth with a 3-0 result over Schofields Scorpions who dropped back from seventh to eighth and then the Scorpions drew 0-0 with Spirit in catch-up action while Macarthur Rams jumped one place to seventh when they were 3-1 winners over twelfth placed Granville Rage and then the Rams went to sixth with a 2-0 win over the Wanderers in Round 4 catch-up action.
At the moment it looks as though the current top six teams will fight it out for places in the finals series but there is still plenty of time left for that situation to change dramatically.
PCYC Parramatta continued to have a lead of two points at the top of the competition table after they won 3-0 over seventh placed Southern NSW while Northern Tigers are in second spot following their solid 5-0 result over Schofields Scorpions who have slipped back one place to eleventh even though they picked up another point from their scoreless draw with Spirit in a Round 4 catch-up match.
Dulwich Hill are placed third following their 1-1 draw with tenth placed Sydney Wanderers and Spirit FC remained at sixth after their 4-1 victory over fourth placed Blacktown Spartans and Spirit went to fifth after their 0-0 draw with the Scorpions.
Central Coast Lightning and Western Panthers were washed out and that has placed them at sixth and ninth respectively while Granville Rage posted their first win for the season, a 3-2 result that moved them up two places to tenth and dropped Macarthur Rams back one place to twelfth but the Rams recovered on Sunday and shot up to eighth when they were 3-0 winners over the Wanderers.
PCYC Parramatta retained their competition lead of one point when they recorded a 4-2 win over eighth placed Southern NSW while Dulwich Hill are in second spot after they were 2-0 winners over seventh placed Sydney Wanderers who shot up to fourth when they posted a 2-1 win over the Rams in a Round 4 catch-up match.
Central Coast Lightning were washed out against Western Panthers and that has left the teams at eighth and third respectively while Schofields Scorpions are still fifth thanks to their 1-1draw with sixth placed Northern Tigers and their scoreless draw with Spirit in Round 4 catch-up play.
Macarthur Rams went back to tenth after they drew 1-1 with Granville Rage who have fallen back one place to eleventh and then the Rams lost 2-1 in a Round 4 catch-up match against the Wanderers while Spirit FC moved up four places to seventh when they won 2-1 over twelfth placed Blacktown Spartans and then backed that up with a 0-0 draw with the Scorpions.
Unbeaten Blacktown Spartans retained their place at the top of the table with a 2-1 win over third placed Spirit FC who were then 2-1 winners over the Scorpions in a Round 4 catch-up match while PCYC Parramatta are one point further back at second after they posted a 3-0 win over ninth placed Southern NSW.
Central Coast Lightning and Western Panthers were washed out leaving the teams at seventh and fifth respectively and Macarthur Rams moved to fourth following their scoreless draw with tenth placed Granville Rage and then their 5-2 success over the Wanderers in a Round 4 catch-up match.
Northern Tigers have remained in sixth spot thanks to their 4-0 victory over twelfth placed Schofields Scorpions.
Dulwich Hill are ahead of their rivals on goal difference after they registered a 2-2 draw with eleventh placed Sydney Wanderers who were earning their first point for the season while Macarthur Rams are in second spot after they drew 1-1 with ninth placed Granville Rage and then defeated the Wanderers 1-0 in a Round 4 catch-up match.
Schofields Scorpions are placed third on goal difference after they were 4-1 winners over eighth placed Northern Tigers and then they beat Spirit 4-3 in a Round 4 catch-up game. Central Coast Lightning and Western Panthers were washed out leaving the teams at fifth and sixth respectively.
Spirit FC are fourth following their 2-0 victory over Blacktown Spartans who have dropped back one place to tenth while PCYC Parramatta are still seventh after their game with Southern NSW was not played.
-By Barry Davis