Women secure minor premiership
Sydney University Women’s First Grade soccer side wrapped up the 2019 minor premiership in the NPL NSW competition with a 4-0 disposal of NWS Koalas at Christie Park on Sunday.
The Students will host Illawarra Stingrays at Sydney University Football Ground in the final round of the season proper this Sunday, but hold a five-point buffer at the top of the table.
With 15 wins, five draws and one loss from their 21 rounds, Sydney University head the ladder on 50 points, with Sydney Olympic (45), Illawarra Stingrays (40), Northern Tigers (40), Blacktown Spartans (38) and Macarthur Rams (38) making up the top six.
Sydney University Women’s Reserve Grade will also collect the minor premiership. They head the table on 58 points going into the final round, three ahead of NWS Koalas, but have a huge for and against advantage.
The Club’s Under 17s need to win the final round match to secure a minor premiership. They top the table on 50 points, just two clear of Blacktown Spartans.
Sydney University’s Under 15s and Under 14s are assured of finals football, with both sides sitting third on their ladders.
Needless to say, Sydney University have already collected the women’s Club Championship for 2019.
NPL NSW Women’s competition – Round 21
First Grade: Sydney University SFC 4 defeated NWS Koalas 0 at Christie Park on Sunday.
Reserve Grade: Sydney University 1 (Aiofe Colvill) defeated NWS Koalas FC 0 at Christie Park on Sunday.
Under 17: Sydney University 0 drew with NWS Koalas 0 at Christie Park on Sunday.
Under 15: Sydney University 4 (Jaslyn Moore 2, Raina Prasad, Poppy Tay) defeated NWS Koalas 1 (Zoe Murdoch) SFC at Christie Park on Sunday.
Under 14: Sydney University 2 (Ava Piazza, Daniella Naeimi) defeated NWS Koalas 0 SFC at Christie Park on Sunday.
NPL 3 NSW Men’s competition – Round 21
First Grade: Bankstown City FC 1 defeated Sydney University SFC 0 at Jensen Park on Saturday.
Under 20: Sydney University SFC 3 defeated Bankstown City FC 1 at Jensen Park on Saturday.
Under 18: Sydney University SFC 3 (Ali Faour, Nathan Pepe, Jackson Sumich) defeated Bankstown City FC 1 at Jensen Park on Saturday.
NPL 2 NSW Youth competition – Round 21
Under 16: Sydney University SFC 3 defeated Bankstown City FC 0 at Arlington Oval on Saturday.
Under 15: Sydney University SFC 2 drew with Bankstown City FC 2 at Arlington Oval on Saturday.
Under 14: Sydney University SFC 2 defeated Bankstown City FC 0 at Arlington Oval on Saturday.
Under 13: Sydney University SFC 8 defeated Bankstown City 0 at Arlington Oval on Saturday.
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