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SYDNEY AFL ROUND 14 2010
Article and Photos by Michael Shillito
The final five appears all but settled. It’s still mathematically possible for Campbelltown and St George to qualify, but in practical terms we know who the final five are going to be. But attention focuses for an all-important quest, a campaign that will be determined once and for all on 21st August – the race for the double chance with a top 3 finish.

A key game that could potentially shape the destiny of the double chance was at Henson Park on Sunday as Western Suburbs played host to East Coast Eagles. Both teams went into the game a game behind ladder leaders Sydney Uni but with a better percentage; so the winner would move into second place.
It was a sensational weekend for footy. Blue skies, sunshine, not a cloud in sight, hardly any wind. Perfect conditions for a game of footy that promised much. And the outlook for Wests was looking even better after just three minutes, after an early double to Chris Lees gave the Magpies an early 12-point lead.
The first quarter was to be one of changing fortunes. After Lees’ double, Trent Baker marked for a quick reply. On 9 minutes, Damien Bowles was left unattended inside the 50m line to grab a loose ball and level the scores. It was to be the beginning of an eventful day for Bowles, one where he would be in the thick of the action all day. A free kick in the square gifted Peter Dugmore the easiest of goals, before Brenton Mumme set up Lees for his third shortly before quarter time; the Eagles leading by a point at the first change.
The second quarter was one where Wests threatened to get on top, but for much of the term they were held by a resolute East Coast defence. The Magpies were kicking to the Sydenham Rd end in the second quarter, and their support from the marquee on the hill included not just vocals but a tambourine, an accordion and a recorder, as if the Tour de France was riding through. And they had something to celebrate when Chris Lees was challenged late after taking a mark, the 50m penalty giving Lees his fourth goal and the Magpies the lead.
But for all the Magpies’ efforts, the Eagles backline held firm. The ball was camped on the Wests’ attacking half, but Kristian Pearson was on hand to repel numerous attacks.
Late in the quarter, the continental cycling sounds increased as the Magpies broke away from the Eagle peloton. After Dwain Watkins marked 40 metres from goal, a late hit by Bowles led to a 50m penalty and the Magpies’ second goal of the quarter; and shortly after Bowles was to depart under the blood rule. And in time on, a double to Matt Eurell extended the Magpie lead to 25 points at half time.
When the two sides played off at Henson Park last year, Wests had led by 10 goals before being run down. And Eagle hopes were still high when Bowles, his head now taped up, blazed away for his second goal. But it would be the Eagles’ only goal for the quarter, as the floodgates opened and the Magpies took control. It started with a goal from another free to Chris Lees. Kris Cochrane, from in front of the scoreboard, threaded the needle from a tight angle for another. Matt Eurell intercepted a bungled attempt to switch play to run in and score. And by the end of the quarter Lees had 6, Matt Eurell had 4 and the lead was out to 50 points. And to make matters worse, Peter Dugmore was carried into the rooms with a leg injury during the three quarter time break, not to return.
The Eagles refused to concede, and won the last quarter; but the deficit was too much ground to make up. But the visual highlight of the game was to come late in the quarter, Damien Bowles flying high for a contender for mark of the season.
The final margin was 44 points, a result that sees the Magpies move into second place and their hopes of a double-chance in the finals a step closer. Chris Lees scored 7 goals and Matt Eurell 4; while Dave Cusick, Dwain Watkins and Dave Linsen had plenty of the football. For the Eagles, Steve Merkel, Bowles and Jack Dimery were among their best.


North Shore wrapped up their finals berth when they defeated Balmain Dockers by 31 points at Drummoyne Oval on Saturday. It wasn’t a match that reached any great heights, with a string of turnovers, dropped ball and skill errors from both sides. The Bombers led all day and won every quarter, but were never able to get a coherent run together; and although they took the 4 points, the game was far from the percentage booster the Bombers would have been hoping for.
Kieran Emery, back in the North Shore lineup after his stint as a top-up player for the Swans reserves, was the only effective forward with a return of 5 goals; while Ron Wason, Jeremy Stiller and Russell Grigg among the Bombers’ best. For the Dockers, Nick Davis and James Howard each kicked 3, while they were well served around the ground by Rohan Bates and by Tim and Sam Schmidt.
With the Bombers having a lower percentage than East Coast and Wests, the relatively small margin in this match could potentially cost the Bombers the double-chance when finals time comes around. No finals for the Dockers this year, but their Back to Balmain Day was a success; with a larger than normal attendance to see them back in their traditional black and gold for the day.

UNSW-ES extended their winning streak to two games, and condemned Campbelltown to their fourth straight defeat, when the Bulldogs recorded a 22-point victory at the Village Green on Saturday afternoon. The Blues had a strong second quarter, and when they led by 21 points at half time they held high hopes of a return to the winners’ list to get their finals campaign back on track. But the Blues were only able to score two goals in the second half, and their lead gradually evaporated. By the last change the margin was cut to 7 points, and when the Bulldogs took the lead in the last quarter there was no way back for the Blues.
Josh Parmenter kicked 4 goals for the Bulldogs, and along with veteran Troy Luff and Anthony Rodrigues were best for the Bulldogs. For the Blues, Luke Coughlan kicked 3 was strong around the ground as were Jake Brazill and Martin Rodoreda.
The Blues remain three games behind Pennant Hills, and to make the finals from here will need to win all their remaining games and hope the Demons lose all of theirs. The Bulldogs are a game behind and can not make the finals, but should they be able to convert their 2 game winning streak into a run of stronger form in the final rounds it may enable them to salvage something from a disappointing season.

Saturday night at Sydney Uni No 1 saw the ladder-leading Students extend their winning streak to 10 games when they got off to a flying start to defeat Pennant Hills by 53 points. Five unanswered goals in the opening quarter saw the Students well placed, and even after a second term revival from the Demons the lead was still 20 points at half time. The premiership quarter was a triumph for the Students, with 7 unanswered goals putting the game out of Pennant Hills’ reach, and from there it was only a matter of playing out time.
Mark Egan kicked 6 for the Students, and along with Alex Lee and Richard Burrows were among Sydney Uni’s best. The Demons were well served around the ground by Damian Dell’Aquila, Jake Trestrail and Mitch Aitken.
The Students are flying high, on the back of a 10 game winning streak sitting top of the ladder and well placed to take out the minor premiership. The Demons’ defeat sees them two games behind the double-chance; their upcoming games against Wests, North Shore and East Coast effectively being 8-point games in their quest for a top 3 finish.

A season of heartbreak for Wollongong continued when the Lions lost another close contest, this time at the hands of southern rivals St George at Blacktown on Sunday. The Lions made the early front-running, with 5 goals to 2 in the first quarter giving them a 20 point lead at the first change. But the Dragons, with the incentive of keeping their mathematical finals hopes alive, slowly worked their way back into the contest.
They were unable to make any scoreboard pressure count despite getting on top around the ground during the second term, but the premiership quarter saw the momentum swing St George's way. Five goals to one was enough to give the Dragons the lead, and despite the Lions continuing to fight hard the Dragons were able to maintain the advantage and take the game.
Rod Craig, David Ryan and Ryan Talbot were among the best for St George; who can still mathematically make the finals, but would need to win all their remaining games and hope Pennant Hills lose all of theirs. For the Lions, Tom Heath, Ken Ewen-Chappell and Sam Dowling worked hard. But the Wollongong defeat, another game to add to the list of games where the Lions have been well in contention but went down, sees them stuck on the bottom of the ladder.

Western Suburbs 3.1 7.5 12.8 15.13 (103)
East Coast Eagles 3.2 3.4 4.6 8.11 (59)
Goals : Wests –
C Lees 7, M Eurell 4, S Hudson, D Linsen, K Cochrane, D Watkins. East Coast – Jamie Vlatko 2, D Bowles 2, B Physick, P Dugmore, T Baker, D Spiteri.
Best : Wests – D Cusick, D Watkins, D Linsen, C Lees, S D’Arcy, B Lafferty. East Coast – S Merkel, D Bowles, J Dimery, M Beardsley, E Kruger, R Bilkey.
At Henson Park, Sunday 18th July 2010.

North Shore 1.6 5.7 10.9 14.10 (94)
Balmain Dockers 1.3 2.5 6.6 9.9 (63)
Goals : North Shore –
K Emery 5, A Harry 2, R Wason, B Attwood, E Davis, L Pryor, P Brackin, R Grigg, Z Manley. Balmain – N Davis 3, J Howard 3, T Schmidt, D Bourke, W Sullivan.
Best : North Shore – R Wason, J Stiller, R Grigg, S Carruthers, Z Manley, T Strudwick. Balmain – R Bates, T Schmidt, S Schmidt, A Mitchell, T Stevens, N White.
At Drummoyne Oval, Saturday 17th July 2010.

Uni NSW-Eastern Suburbs 4.2 6.3 9.7 14.14 (98)
Campbelltown 3.4 9.6 10.8 11.10 (76)
Goals : UNSW-ES –
J Parmenter 4, T Luff 2, C McKinlay 2, B Abbott, O Sidlo-Jones, M Collett, T Garrett, L Lavery, X Brennan. Campbelltown – L Coughlan 3, M Keys 2, J Watts 2, J Brazill 2, C Fretwell, O Love.
Best : UNSW-ES – T Luff, A Rodrigues, J Parmenter, L Lavery, P Kefalas, T Attalah. Campbelltown – J Brazill, M Rodoreda, L Coughlan, A Sneddon, B Yakimov, D Wolfe.
At Village Green, Saturday 17th July 2010.

Sydney University 5.3 6.9 13.12 16.12 (108)
Pennant Hills 0.3 3.7 3.10 7.13 (55)
Goals : Sydney Uni –
M Egan 6, A Lee 2, D Mitchell, M Thompson, J McIntyre, A Kraefft, C Kendrick, A Hawkins, S Sloane, T Elkington. Pennant Hills – N Bills 2, D Dell’Aquila, M Aitken, T Angel, K Wright, J Ferguson.
Best : Sydney Uni – M Egan, A Lee, R Burrows, M Thompson, J Lawson, N Lewington. Pennant Hills – D Dell’Aquila, J Trestrail, M Aitken, A Crisfield, J Ferguson, P Barnes.
At Sydney Uni No 1 Oval, Saturday 17th July 2010.

St George 2.2 5.7 10.11 12.12 (84)
Wollongong 5.4 8.6 9.8 11.10 (76)
Goals : St George –
J Shineberg 2, S Wilsen 2, D Cooper 2, R Talbot, D Napper, S Demir, B Addison, P Sain, C Andrews. Wollongong – R Price 2, K Ewen-Chappell 2, B Black 2, M Toussis, T Heath, C Cook, J McInnes, M Dombroski.
Best : St George – R Craig, D Ryan, R Talbot, B Guthrie, R Lombardo, S Wilsen. Wollongong – T Heath, K Ewen-Chappell, S Dowling, R Oehme, M Dombroski.
At Blacktown Olympic Park, Sunday 18th July 2010.

 Play
Won
Draw
Lost
For
Agnst
Pts
%age
Strk
Sydney University
14
12
0
2
1,596
1,057
48
150.99
W10
Western Suburbs
14
11
0
3
1,459
833
44
175.15
W3
East Coast Eagles
14
10
0
4
1,598
904
40
176.77
L1
North Shore
14
10
0
4
1,500
979
40
153.22
W1
Pennant Hills
14
8
0
6
1,162
1,047
32
110.98
L1
St George
14
5
0
9
952
1,357
20
70.15
W1
Campbelltown
14
5
0
9
990
1,468
20
67.44
L4
UNSW-ES
14
4
0
10
1,072
1,323
16
81.06
W2
Balmain
14
3
0
11
882
1,854
12
47.57
L3
Wollongong
14
2
0
12
1,012
1,401
8
72.23
L2


Black - Confirmed finalists
Green - Currently in the top 5 or 4.
Blue - Out of the finals currently, but still in mathematical contention.
Purple - Non-finallists
Red - If the season ended now, would be relegated.


First Division:
UTS 15.18 (108) d UNSW-ES 4.5 (29)
North Shore 11.6 (72) d Manly-Warringah 6.8 (44)
Macquarie Uni d Wollongong – forfeit
Sydney Uni 13.8 (86) d Pennant Hills 3.8 (26)
Western Suburbs 10.7 (67) d East Coast Eagles 4.7 (31)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – UTS (85.71, 302.10%), Sydney Uni (78.57, 174.74%), Macquarie Uni (78.57, 169.18%), Manly-Warringah (69.23, 145.14%), North Shore (64.29, 139.19%), Pennant Hills (35.71, 71.01%), East Coast (28.57, 74.10%), Western Suburbs (28.57, 44.21%), UNSW-ES (15.38, 59.83%), Wollongong (14.29, 49.55%).

Second Division:
NorWest Jets 19.9 (123) d Balmain Dockers 6.11 (47)
Sydney Uni 17.13 (115) d Manly-Warringah 5.3 (33)
UTS 16.8 (104) d Holroyd-Parramatta 2.7 (19)
Southern Power 20.18 (138) d St George 4.1 (25(
Camden 11.12 (78) d UNSW-ES 11.9 (75)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Southern Power (100, 377.20%), UTS (92.86, 234.97%), Holroyd-Parramatta (71.43, 141.31%), NorWest (57.14, 136.53%), Sydney Uni (57.14, 107.84%), Camden (38.46, 63.09%), Balmain (35.71, 57.82%), St George (21.43, 63.81%), Manly-Warringah (15.38, 53.10%), UNSW-ES (7.14, 41.87%).

Third Division:
UTS 22.18 (150) d Holroyd-Parramatta 1.2 (8)
Macquarie Uni 22.16 (148) d Campbelltown 2.4 (16)
Southern Power 12.11 (83) d East Coast Eagles 11.10 (76)
Penrith 18.25 (133) d Pennant Hills 2.4 (16)
Moorebank Sports 15.9 (99) d Sydney Uni 5.2 (32)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Moorebank Sports (85.71, 250.64%), Penrith (71.43, 198.72%), UTS (71.43, 179.97%), Southern Power (71.43, 133.50%), Macquarie Uni (64.29, 129.54%), East Coast (46.15, 101.57%), Campbelltown (35.71, 56.22%), Sydney Uni (30.77, 70.19%), Holroyd-Parramatta (14.29, 38.82%), Pennant Hills (7.14, 37.27%).

Fourth Division:
UTS 29.18 (192) d Holroyd-Parramatta 0.1 (1)
Mac Uni Kookas 16.18 (114) d Sydney Uni 4.4 (28)
Penrith 15.21 (111) d Manly-Warringah 6.6 (42)
Moorebank Sports 11.14 (80) d NorWest Jets 7.5 (47)
Auburn 16.13 (109) d Mac Uni Warriors 12.5 (77)
Saints AFC 22.17 (149) d Southern Power 5.6 (36)
UNSW-ES 14.17 (101) d Camden 6.9 (45)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Auburn (100, 310.05%), Moorebank Sports (71.43, 223.77%), Saints AFC (71.43, 184.99%), Mac Uni Warriors (64.29, 186.44%), Penrith (64.29, 105.90%), UTS (57.14, 163.40%), NorWest (57.14, 87.35%), Manly-Warringah (53.85, 143.19%), Sydney Uni (42.86, 87.95%), Mac Uni Kookas (38.46, 49.01%), UNSW-ES (35.71, 72.29%), Camden (23.08, 50.13%), Southern Power (15.38, 51.88%), Holroyd-Parramatta (0, 13.82%).

Under 18s Premier:
Sydney Uni 16.7 (103) d Pennant Hills 6.6 (42)
North Shore d Campbelltown – forfeit
St George 20.10 (130) d Wollongong 2.3 (15)
East Coast Eagles 15.11 (101) d Western Suburbs 7.5 (47)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – East Coast (81.82, 224.90%), North Shore (81.82, 196.87%), Sydney Uni (72.73, 198.13%), St George (72.73, 119.10%), Pennant Hills (58.33, 157.03%), St Ignatius Riverview (45.45, 115.52%), UNSW-ES (33.33, 69.65%), Western Suburbs (33.33, 65.99%), Wollongong (27.27, 62.34%), Campbelltown (0, 8.90%).

Under 18s Challenge:
Southern Power 9.9 (63) d Macquarie Uni 7.4 (46)
East Coast Eagles 10.15 (75) d Moorebank Sports 3.9 (27)
Penrith 26.16 (172) d Manly-Warringah 1.4 (10)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Penrith (100, 982.86%), Southern Power (75, 138.33%), Holroyd-Parramatta (54.55, 96.43%), Manly-Warringah (45.45, 80.34%), Macquarie Uni (27.27, 49.25%), Moorebank Sports (25, 64.13%), East Coast (25, 52.09%).

THE RUN HOME
With four rounds to go, the battle for positions within the top 5 is on in ernest. Sydney Uni are in the box seat, a game clear and top and with no more games against teams currently in the top 5; and other teams would be depending on some upsets to steal the minor premiership from the Students’ grasp.
A game behind the Students and with a better percentage is Wests. A game behind Wests are East Coast and North Shore. Only two of those teams can qualify for the double chance. North Shore may hold the key to the destiny of the top 4, with games against both East Coast and Wests to come in the next two rounds. All three of those teams also have games against Pennant Hills to come.
Pennant Hills can still mathematically qualify for the double chance, but being two games behind third and with an inferior percentage, time is running out. The Demons still have games against all three of their rivals for the double chance to come, which will be tough games; but if they can win all three they will remain very much in contention.

It’s still mathematically possible for St George or Campbelltown to qualify, but they would need to win all their remaining games and for Pennant Hills to lose all their remaining games. St George have an easier run for the next three games than Pennant Hills, but there is absolutely no room for error.

The remaining games for each club still in the race are:
Sydney Uni (48, 150.99%) – UNSW-ES (Syd Uni No 1), Wollongong (North Dalton), Campbelltown (Syd Uni No 1), St George (Olds).
Wests (44, 175.15%) – Pennant Hills (Blacktown), North Shore (Blacktown), UNSW-ES (Henson), Wollongong (North Dalton).
East Coast (40, 176.77%) – North Shore (Bruce Purser), Campbelltown (Monarch), Wollongong (Bruce Purser), Pennant Hills (Ern Holmes).
North Shore (40, 153.22%) – East Coast (Bruce Purser), Wests (Blacktown), Pennant Hills (Gore Hill), Campbelltown (Blacktown).
Pennant Hills (32, 110.98%) Wests (Blacktown), Balmain (Ern Holmes), North Shore (Gore Hill), East Coast (Ern Holmes).
St George (20, 70.15%) Campbelltown (Olds), UNSW-ES (Village Green), Balmain (Blacktown), Sydney Uni (Olds).
Campbelltown (20, 67.44%) St George (Olds), East Coast (Monarch), Sydney Uni (Syd Uni No 1), North Shore (Blacktown).


NEXT ROUND FIXTURES (Lurker’s Kiss of Death in bold):
Saturday 31st July
Blacktown Olympic Park – Western Suburbs v Pennant Hills (2:10pm)
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast Eagles v North Shore (2:10pm)
Drummoyne Oval – Balmain Dockers v Wollongong (2:10pm)
Olds Park – St George v Campbelltown (2:10pm)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney University v UNSW-ES (4:10pm)

First Division:
Saturday 24th July
Pittwater No 6 Oval – Manly-Warringah v UNSW-ES (2:10pm)
Saturday 31st July
Blacktown Olympic Park – Western Suburbs v Pennant Hills (12pm)
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast Eagles v North Shore (12pm)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v UNSW-ES (2pm)
Pittwater No 6 Oval – Manly-Warringah v Wollongong (2:30pm)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v UTS (4:10pm)

Second Division:
Saturday 24th July
Pittwater No 6 Oval – Manly-Warringah v Camden (12pm)
Saturday 31st July
Drummoyne Oval – Balmain Dockers v Sydney Uni (12pm)
Olds Park – St George v Camden (12pm)
Pittwater No 6 Oval – Manly-Warringah v UNSW-ES (12:30pm)
Bensons Lane – NorWest Jets v UTS (2:10pm)
Henson Park – Southern Power v Holroyd-Parramatta (4pm)

Third Division:
Saturday 24th July
Bruce Purser Reserve – Sydney Uni v East Coast Eagles (12pm)
Saturday 31st July
Henson Park – Southern Power v Holroyd-Parramatta (12pm)
Ern Holmes Oval – Pennant Hills v Macquarie Uni (2:10pm)
Rosedale Oval – Moorebank Sports v Penrith (2:10pm)
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast Eagles v Sydney Uni (5pm)
Sunday 1st August
Trumper Park – UTS v Campbelltown (1pm)

Fourth Division:
Saturday 24th July
Pittwater No 6 Oval – Manly-Warringah v Camden (10am)
University Oval – Mac Uni Kookas v Southern Power (2:10pm)
Saturday 31st July
Henson Park – Southern Power v Holroyd-Parramatta (10am)
Pittwater No 6 – Manly-Warringah v Saints AFC (10:30am)
Bensons Lane – NorWest Jets v Auburn (12pm)
Rosedale Oval – Moorebank Sports v Penrith (12pm)
University Oval – Mac Uni Kookas v UNSW-ES (1pm)
University Oval – Mac Uni Warriors v Camden (3pm)
Sunday 1st August
Trumper Park - UTS v Sydney Uni (3pm)

Under 18s Premier:
Saturday 24th July
Blacktown Olympic Park – Campbelltown v Western Suburbs (9am)
Blacktown Olympic Park – St George v St Ignatius Riverview (11am)
Blacktown Olympic Park – UNSW-ES v Wollongong (1pm)
Blacktown Olympic Park – North Shore v Pennant Hills (3pm)
Blacktown Olympic Park – East Coast Eagles v Sydney Uni (5pm)
Saturday 31st July
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast Eagles v North Shore (10am)
Drummoyne Oval – St Ignatius Riverview v Wollongong (10am)
Olds Park – St George v Campbelltown (10am)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v UNSW-ES (7pm)

Under 18s Challenge:
Saturday 24th July
Gipps Rd Oval – Holroyd-Parramatta v Manly-Warringah (10am)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v Penrith (12pm)
Saturday 31st July
Rosedale Oval – Moorebank Sports v Penrith (10am)
Henson Park – Southern Power v Holroyd-Parramatta (2pm)
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast Eagles v Manly-Warringah (7pm)
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PHOTO GALLERIES:
2006 Grand Final
2007 Grand Final
2008 Rnd 1 - Syd Uni v
Balmain
2008 Rnd 1 - Wests v
W'gong
2008 Rnd 1 - Pen Hlls v
Camp
2008 Rnd 1 - UNSW-ES v
ECE
2008 Rnd 1 - St Grge v Nth
Shre
2008 Rnd 2 - Wests v
Camptwn
2008 Rnd 3 - W'gong v
NthShre
2008 Rnd 4 - Camptwn v S
Uni
2008 Rnd 5 - Nth Shore v
Balm
2008 Rnd 6 - Wests v Syd
Uni
2008 Rnd 7 - C'town v Nth
Shre
2008 Rnd 8 - Syd Uni v St
G'rge
2008 - Rnd 9 - W'gong v
Pen Hl
2008 - Rnd 10 - Pen Hills v
Nth Shre
2008 - Rnd 11 - Sydney Uni
v Nth Shre
2008 - Rnd 11 - Balmain v
Camp'town
2008 - Rnd 12 - Nth Shre v
East Cst
2009 - Rnd 1 - St George v
Syd Uni
2009 - Rnd 2 - Camp'twn v
Wests
2009 - Rnd 3 - Sydney Uni v
Penn Hills
2009 - Rnd 4 - Wests v Nth
Shore
2009 - Rnd 5 - Syd Uni v
Nth Shore
2009 - Rnd 6 - East Coast v
St George
2009 - Rnd 8 - Nth Shore v
Penn Hills
2009 - Rnd 9 - UNSW-ES v
East Coast
2009 - Rnd 10 - St George v
Nth Shore
2009 - Rnd 11 - Balmain v
Wollongong
2009 - Rnd 12 - UNSW-ES
v Nth Shore
2009 - Rnd 13 - Wests v
East Coast
2009 - Rnd 14 - Pen Hills v
Camp'twn
2009 Represent -Sydney v
Canberra
2009 - Rnd 15 - Nth Shore v
Syd Uni
2009 - Rnd 16 - Pen Hills v
Nth Shore
2009 - Rnd 17 - Nth Shore v
Campbelltown
2009 - Rnd 18 - Wests v
Penn Hills
2009 - Qual Final - Wests v
UNSW-ES
2009 - Elim Final - Pen
Hills v Camp'town
2009 - 1st Semi -
UNSW-ES v Pen Hills
2009 - 2nd Semi - East
Coast v Wests
2009 - Prelim Final - Wests
v UNSW-ES
2009 Grand Final Day
2010 - Rnd 1 - Wests v St
George
2010 - Rnd 2 - UNSW-ES v
North Shore
2010 - Rnd 3 - East Coast v
Sydney Uni
2010 - Rnd 4 - Sydney Uni v
North Shore
2010 - Rnd 5 - Camp'town v
UNSW-ES
2010 - Rnd 6 - Wests v
North Shore
2010 - Rnd 7 - Penn Hills v
Wests
2010 - Rnd 8 - Nth Shore v
Campbelltown
2010 - Rnd 9 - Camp'town v
Sydney Uni
2010 - Rnd 9 - Pennant Hlls
v North Shore
2010 - Rnd 10 - St George v
Wests
2010 - Rnd 11 - Balmain v
Campbelltown
2010 - Rnd 12 - St George v
North Shore
2010 - Rnd 13 - Nth Shore v
Sydney Uni
2010 - Rnd 14 - Wests v
East Coast
2010 - Rnd 15 - East Coast
v North Shore
2010 - Rnd 17 - Nth Shore v
Pennant Hills
2010 - Qual Final - Wests v
East Coast
2010 - Elim Final - North
Shore v Pennant Hills
2010 - 2nd Semi - Sydney
Uni v Wests
2010 - Prelim Final - Wests
v East Coast
2011 - Rnd 1 - East Coast v
Sydney
2011 - Rnd 2 - Balmain v
UTS
2011 - Rnd 3 - Balmain v
UNSW-ES
2011 - Rnd 5 - Pennant
Hills v North Shore
2011 - Rnd 6 - North Shore
v Campbelltown
2011 - Rnd 8 - UTS v North
Shore
2011 - Rnd 9 - Wests v
Sydney Uni
2011 - Rnd 10 - Balmain v
St George
2011 - Rnd 11 - Illawarra v
North Shore
2011 - Rnd 12 - East Coast
v St George
2011 - Rnd 13 - North Shre
v St George
2011 - Rnd 14 - Balmain v
Pennant Hills
2011 - Rnd 15 - North
Shore v Pennant Hills
2011 - Rnd 15 - Sydney Uni
v East Coast
2011 - Rnd 17 - North
Shore v Wests
2011 - Rnd 18 - Balmain v
North Shore
2011 - Rnd 19 - North
Shore v Sydney Uni
2011 - Rnd 20 - UNSW-ES
v North Shore
2011 - Qualifying Final -
Balmain v Sydney Uni
2011 - First Semi - Sydney
Uni v North Shore
2011 - Prelim Final -
Balmain v Sydney Uni