How teams are travelling in DOOLEYS State League

The 2014 DOOLEYS State League competition is in full swing with Divisions 2-8 heading into Round 3 from this Saturday 26 April.

Haven’t got the Netball NSW State League App yet? Head to the App Store and download TODAY to get results, ladders and your favourite teams all at your fingertips!

Check out where teams are at after the first two weeks of competition…

Three teams share equal points and remain undefeated, with 2013 Runners-Up Sutherland Shire, Eastwood Ryde and Penrith all with two wins to their names. They take on Central Coast, Randwick and Campbelltown next Tuesday 29 April, while Northern Suburbs and Bankstown City will meet with both sides chasing their first win of the season.

A titillating contest awaits in Round 3 with two undefeated sides meeting next Monday 28 April.  2013 Runners-Up Northern Suburbs will meet Ku-ring-gai at 8:30pm, with both teams sitting atop the ladder with two wins each.  They’re closely followed by six teams who have all one win and one loss so far.

Randwick, Northern Suburbs and City of Sydney/Sydney Uni share equal points at the top of the ladder, with the latter coming off a 20-goal win last round. They meet Sutherland Shire, Hawkesbury City and Illawarra next round, which commences next Thursday 1 May.

Four teams are undefeated with two wins to their names so far.  Hills District, Penrith, Blue Mountains and Eastwood Ryde share top honours, closely followed by Bankstown City and City of Sydney/Sydney Uni with one win apiece.  Competition picks up this Saturday 26 April from 4:30pm.

Two closely contested games are scheduled for the next round, with second-placed Penrith taking on third-placed Blacktown City at 1:30pm while fourth-placed Northern Suburbs meets fifth-placed Ku-ring-gai at 3:00pm this coming Saturday.

Inner Western Suburbs and Campbelltown remain the only undefeated teams so far in Division 7.  They lead Hawkesbury City and Camden & District in third and fourth place, respectively, with those two sides meeting at 10:30am this Saturday to kick off Round 3.

Three teams remain undefeated sharing equal points atop the ladder, with first-placed Campbelltown meeting third-placed Liverpool City next round at 9am.  Central Coast is the other undefeated side, with Bankstown City, Eastwood Ryde, Hills District and Blacktown City all closely following with one win each.

Check out all the Round 3 fixtures via the Netball NSW State League App and come down to the Anne Clark Centre to support your favourite teams!

2014 DOOLEYS State League – Entry Prices
Adult Single Entry: $4
Child/Concession Single Entry: $2
Wednesday Season Pass: $40
Other Single Day Season Pass: $50
Weekly Season Pass (valid all days): $85