DOOLEYS State League Update: Div 2-4

Round 12 has all wrapped up following Division 4 action last night, Thursday 17 July, for DOOLEYS State League at the Anne Clark Centre.

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There are just six rounds remaining of the regular season before Top 4 teams turn their attention towards contesting the Finals Series; see how your favourite team is shaping up, and make sure you get down to the Anne Clark Centre to cheer them on!

Eastwood Ryde remain atop the ladder yet to drop a game, with a single draw marring their perfect winning record.  They have a healthy lead on Ku-ring-gai in second place, who hold out Sutherland Shire in third on goal differential.  Fourth-placed Bankstown City sit outside the Top 3 by one point, while Campbelltown sit a point behind in fifth.

With Eastwood Ryde (1st) meeting Sutherland Shire (3rd) and Bankstown City (4th) taking on Campbelltown (5th), Round 13 is sure to affect ladder positions, setting up for an exciting run home in Division 2.

Goal differential is all that separates the Top 3 sides in Division 3, with Northern Suburbs leading the competition in top spot.  They’re closely followed by Ku-ring-gai in second and Illawarra in third, while St George sit two points behind the Top 3.

Ku-ring-gai has defeated both Illawarra and Northern Suburbs, while Illawarra has defeated Northern Suburbs and Northern Suburbs has beaten Ku-ring-gai … which paints a picture of how tight Division 3 is as we head into the latter stages of the season.

Illawarra continue their strong season, having only lost one game thus far from twelve outings and have all but cemented their place in the top four, currently sitting six points clear of second place. However, with six games left in the regular season, there is a real battle playing out for the last three Finals’ positions, with both Parramatta Auburn and Northern Suburbs on 16 points, and CSNA/Sydney Uni plus Liverpool City on 15 points.

As we enter the home straight, there are some season-defining games coming up over the next fortnight, with Parramatta Auburn taking on both CSNA/Sydney Uni and Illawarra in consecutive weeks being a highlight.

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.