Divisions Five to Eight of the 2014 DOOLEYS State League competition hits Round Six this Saturday 17 May at the Anne Clark Centre.
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Check out how the competition in Divisions Five to Eight is shaping up after five rounds…
CSNA/Sydney Uni has jumped into the top spot on the Division Five ladder ahead of Hills District, Blue Mountains and Eastwood Ryde, after keeping a clean sheet following a loss in the second round. However, all four teams are separated only by goals for/against setting up some mouth-watering clashes in Round 6 this Saturday. There’s a top-of-the-table clash between CSNA/Sydney Uni and Hills District at 4:30pm on Court C, while Blue Mountains are taking on Baulkham Hills, who sits out of the top four by just two competition points, at 6:00pm on Court A.
Little separates Illawarra and Blacktown City atop the Division Six ladder, both undefeated after five rounds. Penrith trails by two competition points in third with Ku-ring-gai a further two points back in fourth place followed by Northern Suburbs, Hills District and Fairfield City, who are split only by goal differential. Round 6 Division Six matches get underway at 1:30pm this Saturday.
Only two competition points and goals differential splits the top five teams in Division Seven. Campbelltown leads the way followed by Inner Western Suburbs and St George, all with four wins to their name. CSNA/Sydney Uni and Blue Mountains are two competition points back in fourth and fifth, respectively, with three wins and two losses each. A top-of-the-table clash should be the match to watch in Round 6 this Saturday with Campbelltown and Inner Western Suburbs meeting for the first time this season at 1:30pm on Court D.
Central Coast sits alone on top of the Division Eight ladder, undefeated after five rounds. They’re closely followed by Bankstown City, Campbelltown, Eastwood Ryde and Liverpool City all have four wins and one loss with a gap on chasers St George, Hills District, Blacktown City and Camden & District. There are some intriguing match-ups in Round 6 this Saturday with the second and third-placed teams going head-to-head in Bankstown City and Campbelltown at 9:00am on Court C, as well as fourth-placed Eastwood Ryde taking on fifth-placed Liverpool City on Court D from 10:30am.
View the full fixture/results on the DOOLEYS State League page
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