NSW NPL Seniors Club Championship Update – May 8th

NPL 1

Just like water is wet, Blacktown City remain at the top whilst Bonnyrigg stays down the bottom. Their deficit has increased to 14 points again although this time it’s Rockdale City Suns that they’re are just behind.

 

NPL 2

This week we have a new leader in Central Coast Mariners. Mt Druitt only managed to pick up 1 point through their 18s, as the 20s and 1st grade both lost to Mariners. Not a lot of movement otherwise in the top half of the table, with Wanderers and North Shore swapping places.

The bottom end is where all the fun is this season, with Parramatta FC now finding themselves in last place, losing all 3 games to Western Sydney, whilst Canterbury Bankstown made some ground picking up full championship points.

Spirit FC, despite their triumph over Wollongong Wolves in the cup keep their spot in the relegation zone, with 0 points over the weekend. Spartans managed to stretch their buffer out to 8 points whilst Rams also stretched out their safety net to 11 points.

 

NPL 3

Hawkesbury City have maintained their lead picking up full points, whilst Bankstown City have kept pace with the full 21 points as well. St George FA and Gladesville Ryde Magic make up the chasing pack before we drop down by more than a full rounds worth of points to Dulwich Hill.

Languishing in last is still WNSW Mariners along with Fraser Park, who both failed to pick up any points.

And finally, not surprisingly the other 3 sides in the relegation zone remains as Inter Lions, Stanmore Hawks and Granville Rage.

Sydney Uni will be desperate to avoid the drop, although they now have a 17 point buffer.

 

State League

UNSW have maintained their lead over CCU this weekend, although lost a little ground to the team from the north. The lead has been cut from 15 points down to 9.

Bankstown United is doing their best to keep pace, picking up another 18 points, with wins from their 1st grade side and the 20s.

Gazy Auburn are back on the bottom winning 0 points over the weekend, whilst Wagga City sits second last after being leapfrogged by Balmain and Hurstville City.

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