12/13th August Results and Tables


APIA Leichhardt Tigers are your NSW NPL 1 Premiers! A 1-1 draw with Rockdale was enough to deliver the Tigers their first premiership in more than a decade after Blacktown City only managed a 2-2 draw with Sydney United, who were already out of contention for the finals.

Wollongong Wolves demolished Sydney FC 6-1 in the highest scoring game of the round whilst Parramatta FC suffered another defeat, meaning they did not win a legitimate game all season.



St George FC have moved 1 game away from securing a finals spot, whilst Blacktown Spartans and Macarthur Rams have been eliminated from play off contention.

The highest scoring game was the 5-1 win to Mounties over Spartans. A few upsets occurred this week with Spirit FC defeating Northern Tigers 3-2 whilst Bankstown Berries, currently in an FFA Cup run drew 1-1 with the Wanderers keeping their finals hopes alive.

With 2 rounds left and 10 teams competing for a semi finals spot, anything can happen.



Another week, another win to Rydalmere and Fraser Park. Rydalmere remain in poll position with a 5 point lead over Fraser Park with 3 rounds remaining (4 for Fraser Park.)

The biggest win of the round goes to Dulwich Hill who gave Western NSW Mariners an 8-1 thrashing at home.

Dulwich Hill, St George City, SD Raiders, Gladesville Ryde, Hawkesbury City and Sydney Uni are all competing for a finals spot, with a 1-1 draw between Raiders and Magic having the most impact in that race.


State League

bankstown United confirmed their premiership on the weekend with a 2-0 win over Hurstville City Minotaurs, although they wont be moving up a division next season due to falling short in the club championship.

Camden Tigers secured a top 2 finish with their 3-1 win over Nepean FC. Nepean will be facing off against Hurstville ZFC in the elimination final, after they defeated Prospect United 2-1.

Wagga City Wanderers take out the unwanted wooden spoon title afte FC Gazy Auburn picked up their 2nd win of the season to finish ahead of them on goal difference.

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