Eastwood Ryde (Div Two) and Northern Suburbs (Divs Three and Four) have enjoyed good starts to the 2014 DOOLEYS State League Divisions Two – Four competitions, sitting atop their respective ladders after the first four rounds.
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Round 4 action continues tonight (Thursday 8 May) in Division Four, but check out where your favourite teams stand below…
Eastwood Ryde got one back over after their Waratah Cup team lost to Sutherland Shire by 19 goals last week. Their Division Two side took honours over Sutherland to kick-start Round 4 action on Tuesday night, 6 May, with Bankstown City, Northern Suburbs, Randwick and Ku-ring-gai also enjoying wins.
The victory has helped Eastwood Ryde claim top spot, two points clear of Ku-ring-gai and Sutherland Shire, who are separated by goal differential. They’re closely followed by Penrith in fourth, who are one point clear of Randwick and Bankstown City.
The week started with Division Three action on Monday night, 5 May, with three games decided by five goals or less showing the intense competition between the 10 teams. Ladder leaders Northern Suburbs overcame Hills District, while Baulkham hills, Sutherland Shire and Eastwood Ryde got the two points.
Northern Suburbs are closely followed by Ku-ring-gai and Sutherland Shire in second and third, with all three teams sitting on six points with three wins and one loss to their names. Following the top three are five teams all on equal points, separated by goal differential.
Randwick and Liverpool City will kick-start Round 4 action tonight at the Anne Clark Centre, in what could be the game of the night with the fourth and fifth-placed teams separated only by goal differential on the ladder. They open at 7pm alongside Central Coast who meet Hawkesbury City, while Sutherland Shire take on neighbouring Association Illawarra.
Top-of-the-table Northern Suburbs take the court against Camden, while on the other court fans will see City of Sydney/Syd Uni in action against Parramatta Auburn; both games to close the night at 8:30pm.
While Northern Suburbs currently enjoy a two-point buffer atop the ladder, they are closely followed by no less than five teams on equal points and separated by just 19 percent goal differential, setting the picture of a tight contest.
So make sure you come down to the Anne Clark Centre and help cheer your favourite teams in action during the DOOLEYS State League Division Two – Four action!
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