There are just four rounds remaining in DOOLEYS State League Division 5-8competitions and teams will be making their move on consolidating a top four finish for a chance to be crowned the 2014 Champion.
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All four divisions pick up Round 15 action this Saturday 2 August; check out where your teams are sitting as we fast approach the Finals Series…
Two points separate the top four teams in Division 5, with Blue Mountains sitting top ahead of City of Sydney (CSNA)/Sydney Uni only by goal differential. Hills District and Bankstown City round out the top four, with Eastwood Ryde nipping at their heels just four points shy.
It sets up an exciting Round 15 with all four teams facing each other; Blue Mountains (1st) meet Baulkham Hills (4th) at 6pm, while CSNA/Syd Uni (2nd) take on Hills District (3rd) at 4:30pm.
Since our last update Illawarra have still managed to keep their perfect record, stretching to 14 wins for the season. They hold a handy seven-point lead over Blacktown City in second place, with goal differential separating third-placed Ku-ring-gai and fourth-placed Penrith District. Just two points behind, Randwick are knocking on the door of the top four; which creates even more excitement as we head into the next round, with a number of games having the potential to make big changes to the ladder.
Campbelltown have taken position atop the ladder since our last update, leading CSNA/Sydney Uni by supreme goal differential. The top two have a four-point buffer over Blue Mountains in third, with St George in fourth.
The big mover could be Parramatta Auburn in seventh. A win over ninth-placed Sutherland Shire would see them move up to fifth spot and just shy of a top four finish. However they will also need CSNA/Syd Uni (2nd) to defeat Hills District (5th) and Campbelltown (1st) to defeat Inner Western Suburbs (6th).
Ladder leaders Central Coast are still yet to drop a game, with 14 straight wins for the season so far. That’s seen them pull away to a four-point lead over Bankstown City who have 11 wins and three losses to their name.
Eastwood Ryde and Liverpool City make up the top four, which sets up an exciting contest in Round 15 with third and fourth place going head-to-head at 9am to open the day’s play. With both teams on equal points, the result will have a direct impact on their positions.
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