Only three rounds of the 2013 DOOLEYS State League regular season remain as the competition picks up the pace in the lead up to finals!
Divisions 2-8 of DOOLEYS State League kick off Round 16 of the 18-round competition this Saturday. See how the competition is shaping up as teams tussle for a spot in the Finals Series with a wrap up of each Division below.
Download the 2013 Netball NSW State League App for all Divisions’ results, fixtures and ladders – see below for more details!
It is a tight contest for finals placings in Division Two with teams placed second to fifth separated by only two competition points. A first vs third clash features in Division Two on Tuesday night with ladder leaders Eastwood Ryde taking on third-placed Campbelltown.
After dropping just one game this season, Randwick sits eight points clear at the top of the Division Three ladder with three games to play. With the six teams placed from second to seventh all within only five competition points, finals places are well and truly up for grabs.
Illawarra is on top of the Division Four ladder, six competition points clear of Sutherland Shire. Just two points behind Sutherland are Eastwood Ryde, Ku-ring-gai, Randwick and Camden, split only by goals for/against. With Central Coast close behind the final three rounds of the competition will have a big say in who will win a finals berth.
CSNA/Sydney Uni leads the way in Division Five, only three points ahead of Hills District in second. Only one point back is Bankstown City with Baulkham Hills rounding out the top four. Not far behind are the chasers led by Sutherland Shire, Eastwood Ryde and Randwick.
The Round 16 fixture for Division Six could be a good taste of what is to come in the Finals Series with the top four teams playing each other. Top-of-the-table Hills District plays third-placed Parramatta Auburn, while second-placed Wollondilly takes on Ku-ring-gai. Finals spots are still up for grabs however, with Manly Warringah and CSNA/Sydney Uni leading the chasers.
Sutherland Shire is atop the Division Seven ladder with three rounds to play. Illawarra, Hawkesbury City and Hills District currently sit in second, third and fourth, split by just three points, with Blacktown City and Baulkham Hills hot on their heels.
Undefeated Blue Mountains leads the way in Division Eight, eight points clear of Sutherland Shire in second. Sutherland, Inner West, Penrith, Bankstown City and Hills District are in the chasing pack with little separating the teams, setting up an exciting run into finals.
Reminder – download the Netball NSW State League App today!
After the success of the Court Craft Night Interdistrict App last season, Netball NSW is again offering our community an opportunity to have fixtures and results at your fingertips with the 2013 Netball NSW State League App.
The App is now available via the App Store, and has some fantastic features for iPhone users.
For under $1, users can access all eight Divisions’ fixtures and results, DOOLEYS State League-specific news, as well as save their favourite teams for quick access.