Premier Youth League Round 2 Preview


APIA Leichhardt Tigers must have been delighted to pocket twelve points from their encounter with Rockdale City Suns while Blacktown City earned ten points when they hosted West Sydney Berries. The Berries added four points from their Sunday meeting with Project 22.
Bankstown City made a gain of ten points from their home games against South Coast Wolves and Sydney United also added ten points to their tally when they played host to Bonnyrigg White Eagles.
Marconi Stallions visited Sutherland Sharks and came home with nine points to show for their efforts while Manly United and Sydney Olympic shared the points evenly at six apiece.
Grade 13
Unbeaten Manly United retained the top spot on the table when they were 5-2 winners over Sydney Olympic who have slipped back one place to fourth while Marconi Stallions kept their perfect record intact when they produced a stunning 9-0 scoreline over Sutherland Sharks who are still fifth.
West Sydney Berries climbed one place to third with a 3-1 victory over Blacktown City who have fallen back one place to seventh as well as a 4-0 success over Project 22 while South Coast Wolves moved up one place to sixth when they were held to a 1-1 draw by tenth placed Bankstown City.
Sydney United remained in eighth position following their 5-2 victory over eleventh placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles and APIA Leichhardt Tigers stayed at twelfth despite posting their first points for the season with a 2-1 win over thirteenth placed Rockdale City Suns.
Grade 14
Sydney Olympic are still the leaders on the competition table following their 3-1 result over Manly United who have fallen back one place to fourth and West Sydney Berries are still in second spot after they went down 4-2 to sixth placed Blacktown City and then the Berries drew 1-1 with thirteenth placed Project 22.
Bankstown City climbed two places to third when they were 2-1 winners over South Coast Wolves who have slipped back to ninth while APIA Leichhardt Tigers dropped back one position to fifth after they surprisingly lost 2-1 to Rockdale City Suns who used their first points to move up to twelfth.
Marconi Stallions rose three places on the table to seventh when they came up with a 4-2 victory over Sutherland Sharks who have slipped back two places to tenth. Sydney United remained at eighth when they went down 3-1 to eleventh placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles.
Grade 15
Marconi Stallions made it five wins from as many matches when they produced a 2-0 win over Sutherland Sharks, an outcome that sees the Stallions move into the top spot while the Sharks are now second. 
APIA Leichhardt Tigers recovered from last week?s loss to retain third position with a 3-1 result over Rockdale City Suns who went two places backwards to twelfth and Blacktown City climbed one place to fourth thanks to their 3-0 win over West Sydney Berries who have gone back two places to eleventh. The Berries then suffered a 3-1 loss on Sunday to Project 22 who have risen three places to eighth.
Manly United slipped from fourth to fifth when they were held to a scoreless draw by seventh placed Sydney Olympic while Sydney United remained at sixth when they were 1-0 winners over thirteenth placed Bonnyrigg White Eagles.
Bankstown City climbed three places to ninth with an impressive 6-0 result over South Coast Wolves who have dropped back two positions to tenth. Within the first nineteen minutes M. Cindric had completed a hat-trick and then J. Esposito added another in the 22nd minute to give the Lions a 4-0 lead at the break. They increased their lead in the 38th minute before Cindric capped off a very good day with his fourth and his team?s sixth in the 45th minute.
Grade 16
Unbeaten Sydney United are still the competition frontrunners after they posted a 2-0 win over Bonnyrigg White Eagles who have fallen back three places to tenth while Sutherland Sharks remained at second thanks to a 3-1 victory over Marconi Stallions who have slipped from sixth to eighth.
Manly United are in third position following their 1-1 draw with fifth placed Sydney Olympic and Blacktown City are fourth after they were held to a scoreless draw by ninth placed West Sydney Berries.
APIA Leichhardt Tigers flew from tenth to sixth when they registered a 4-2 success over twelfth placed Rockdale City Suns and Bankstown City went from eleventh to seventh thanks to their 2-1 win over South Coast Wolves who tumbled from eighth to eleventh.
Grade 18
Blacktown City went to the top of the table with a very solid 7-0 result over West Sydney Berries who are now sixth while Bonnyrigg White Eagles slipped back to second place when they battled out a 2-2 draw with third placed Sydney United.
APIA Leichhardt Tigers are still placed fourth thanks to their 2-1 victory over twelfth placed Rockdale City Suns and South Coast Wolves rose three places to fifth with a 5-1 triumph over Bankstown City who have gone back two places to eighth.
Sutherland Sharks jumped from ninth to seventh when they recorded a 3-0 win over eleventh placed Marconi Stallions while tenth placed Manly United  fought out a 1-1 draw with Sydney Olympic who have dropped back one place to ninth.
-By Barry Davis