With the final round this weekend, it is do or die for many clubs as they attempt to qualify for the finals series. Interestingly, as at the time of writing, virtually every match will have a bearing on which clubs will be successful and which will miss out, the Macarthur-Mount Druitt game aside after the Rams clinched second on Wednesday night.
SUPA IGA Mens 2 outfit St George FC is set to take on Hyundai A-League outfit Sydney FC with Alessandro Del Piero at WIN Jubilee on Wednesday 11thSeptember with kick off set for 7:15pm. The match will be a fun filled affair with Fox Sports’ Andy Peacock and Andy Paschalidis presenting on the evening. General Admission is $10 for Adults, $5 for
St George FC have all but won the Mens 2 competition with two rounds to spare after their 2-1 victory over Bankstown City on Wednesday night moved them nine points clear of second placed Macarthur Rams, who still have three games to play. Only a mathematician would argue, but with a goal difference of fifteen ahead of Macarthur, the title is on its
Terrific weekend weather made the quality football even more entertaining as the competitions inched towards the finishing line but it will come down to the results over the next two weeks to reach a decision about which teams will qualify for the finals series. SUPA IGA National Premier League NSW Men’s 2 – Overview Mt Druitt Town Rangers had
St George and Macarthur Rams are the two clubs left fighting for the Premiership with the odds heavily in favour of St George, with just three games to go. Remarkably Spirit FC have emerged as likely finals participants after claiming eighteen points from their past eighteen, with Mounties Wanderers and Bankstown Berries filling out the five. Mount