At a sunshine drenched Dubbo the 12 girls titles sees Met South leading into the last day on 17 points from Met Far South just one point behind on 16 points. The last day will see Met South play Met East while Met Far North will play Country Southern. Riverina have claimed the Country Championship on 12 points after some great results
In the 12 boys being played at the very picturesque Kiama Quarry Complex sees Metro South on maximum 9 points from their three starts, with Metro Far North, Metro West and Metro North all on 7 points from four matches. The weather is great, but the flying ants (before lunch every day) are difficult to handle. Whilst in neighboring Shoalhaven
The Under 12 Boys are currently playing out at Kiama, the U13 Boys at Shoalhaven Heads while in the girls 12?s, 14?s and 16?s Dubbo has been selected as the venue. The Football NSW State Titles are conducted annually by Community Football for boys Grades 12-16 and girls Grades 12-14-16 and are an essential part of the recognised pathway for State
To celebrate developing football in NSW at the grassroots level, McDonald?s is encouraging parents and carers of participating players to share in finals glory with the Champion Parents Shoot Out - a penalty shoot out competition featuring special guest goalie, Ronald McDonald. On Saturday and Sunday, from 12pm ? 2pm, parents and carers can play
Nine teams from Country areas remain with teams from Bathurst, Dubbo, Griffith and South West Slopes hosting their metropolitan opposition for a chance to progress to the Semi Finals. The draw for the Quarter Finals has now been released and can be viewed by clicking here.