DOOLEYS State League Update: Divisions 5-8

Divisions Five to Eight of the 2014 DOOLEYS State League competition are eight rounds into their seasons, and have the weekend off for State Championships before heading into Round 9 on Saturday 14 June.

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Check out how the competition in Divisions Five to Eight is shaping up after eight rounds…

DIVISION FIVE Since our last update, CSNA/Sydney Uni have held onto top spot on the Division Five ladder while Blue Mountains, Hills District and Eastwood Ryde are nipping at their heels, only two competition points back, and separated by goal differential.

DIVISION SIX Illawarra is the only team to remain undefeated after eight rounds in Division Six, and now claims the top of the leader board, three points clear of Blacktown City. Following the top two are Penrith, Ku-ring-gai and Northern Suburbs with Randwick, Hills District and Fairfield City all in touch. Round 9 is set to be full of exciting contests with first playing second, third taking on fourth, fifth v sixth and seventh against eighth, from 1:30pm on Saturday 14 June.

DIVISION SEVEN It is a tight competition right across the board in Division Seven, with the top five teams split by just four competition points plus goal differential, with sixth-placed Parramatta Auburn only another two points back. Campbelltown is leading the way with just one loss to their name followed by CSNA/Sydney Uni, St George, Blue Mountains and Inner Western Suburbs rounding out the top five. The clash of Round 9 could be at 12:00pm on Saturday 14 June when third-placed St George come up against fourth-placed Blue Mountains on Court D.

DIVISION EIGHT Central Coast have held onto their place atop the Division Eight ladder, still undefeated after eight games. Bankstown City have dropped just one game, to sit in second place with Eastwood Ryde, Campbelltown and Liverpool City sitting in third to fifth respectively, all with at least five wins to their name. One game that might have you on the edge of your seat in Round 9 is the clash between Bankstown City and Eastwood Ryde (2 v 3) on Court C from 10:30am when the action returns on Saturday 14 June.

View the full fixture/results on the DOOLEYS State League page

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