While the top division prepares to contest Finals this week in Waratah Cup, Divisions 5-8 are only hitting their strides for the second half of the 2014 DOOLEYS State League competition.
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All four divisions head into Round 12 action this Saturday 12 July; check out how your teams are shaping up ahead of this coming weekend…
City of Sydney/Sydney Uni continue to lead the competition, having dropped just one game so far in 2014. They hold a slim lead over Hills District and Blue Mountains, with goal differential all that separates second and third. Bankstown City makes up the top four, just two points shy of a top three spot, which is on the line this weekend when they meet Blue Mountains.
Illawarra remains one of only two teams in the entire DOOLEYS State League competition to maintain a perfect winning record so far this season, with 11 consecutive wins – the only other side to also remain undefeated is Division 8 ladder leaders Central Coast (10 wins) while Eastwood Ryde’s Division 2 side has nine wins and a draw so far to their name.
The front-runners lead a hotly contested Division 6 ladder; Blacktown City sits in second place with a three-point buffer over third through to fifth, with Ku-ring-gai (third), Randwick (fourth) and Penrith District (fifth) only separated by goal differential.
Round 12 will be particularly exciting for Division 7 with no less than three match results having an immediate impact on ladder positions. Second-placed Campbelltown will meet third-placed Blue Mountains, fourth-placed St George take on fifth-placed Inner Western Suburbs, while sixth place Parramatta Auburn will take the court against seventh place Hills District – the action starts from 10:30am.
Central Coast lead a tight Division 8 competition, having yet to drop a game with a perfect 10 wins from 10 starts. Eastwood Ryde, Bankstown City and Liverpool City remain in touch with the ladder leaders just four points behind, separated by goal differential, meaning this weekend’s results will affect positions on the board.
Eastwood Ryde meet Blacktown City, Bankstown City takes on Camden & District, while Liverpool City come up against their ladder neighbours Campbelltown in fifth place, so there’s plenty on the line this Saturday at the Anne Clark Centre!
So make sure you come down this Saturday to catch some of your favourite teams in action
Spectator Entry Fees
Single Entry – $4 adult, $2
student / concession / child (3 – 17 yo)
Other single day Season Pass – $50
Weekly Season Pass (All days) – $85
Season Passes NOT VALID for Final Series.
View the full fixture/results on the DOOLEYS State League page