The schedule of Wednesday 15th July is as follows: Grade 20?s ? 6:30pm 1st Grade ? 8:15pm Football NSW wishes to acknowledge the close co-operation involving the two clubs, Bonnyrigg White Eagles and Manly United in the organisation of these matches along with Football NSW?s competitions department.
Following a review of security arrangements which involved the NSW Police, the Round 19 clash scheduled for Sunday July 12th at the Sydney United Sports Centre will only be open to accredited members of the Sydney United Football Club and private box holders. The number of person which fall into this category is approximately 250 individuals.
The 31-year-old quick-fire defender has been training with Brian Brown?s side for the past few weeks and has impressed the Scotsman with his speed, skill and stamina which is sure to be an asset for the club?s push for a hopeful top five finish this season. Kaimoto boosts an impressive resume having played for the likes of J-League clubs Gamba
The 20-year-old has had a fantastic start to his Sharks career for 2009 having bagged seven goals from midfield but the former Penrith Nepean United player is gunning for finals football. ?I have been happy with the goals and performances this year but to me, it?s all about getting as high as possible on the TeleChoice Premier League ladder and
White Eagles coach Brian ?Bomber? Brown knew that he needed a couple of new faces in reshaping the squad after its dismal start to the TeleChoice Premier League and thus far his new recruits have paid dividends in their plight to play finals football after a short lay-off in NSW?s top tier competition. Former Australian youth international Jay