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Sydney AFL Round 8 2011
Article and Photos by Michael Shillito

Bondi Road, in Sydney’s east, is a well-travelled route. From Bondi Junction, leading down to the iconic Bondi Beach, it’s a haven of activity and a regular route for tourists – and a few backpackers staying locally ventured to have a look at what was happening.
On such a prominent road is Waverley Oval. It’s a cricket ground, the home of T20 legend Dave Warner and wicket-keeper Brad Haddin; and with the short boundaries square of the wicket there must have been a lot of balls hit out of the ground by those big hitters. But the ground is undergoing change. The old grandstand, having fallen into disrepair, has been demolished; and a new one is under construction. And a new winter sport has moved in, the ground now boasting Australian Football goalposts, and hosting the match between UTS and North Shore.
The area where the new stand is being built was a fenced-off construction site. The players’ rooms were demountable facilities, with a temporary canteen in a tent. But the temporary inconvenience will be worth it in the longer term, with the venue now locked in as a footy venue. The playing arena still had rugby ground markings on it, but otherwise was in good condition.
For the home side, UTS, promotion to Premier Division has been a challenge this season. After dominating in the second tier since the divisional structure was introduced, the Bats achieved their ambition of being promoted to Premier Division this season. But it’s been a huge step up, and a challenge for the Bats to adapt; and they are yet to break through for their first win in Premier Division. UTS are coached by former North Shore Premiership coach Michael Hosking, and the first quarter of the Bats’ clash against Hosking’s former club was a high-scoring, entertaining shootout.
The Bombers were kicking to the Bondi Road end in the first quarter, and after getting the centre break, Brendan Fitzgerald went long to goal in the first 20 seconds. A free to Chris Tolj in the centre square and a 50 metre penalty aw Tolj hit Andrew Davis at close range; and after only a minute it was already one goal apiece.
James Caica, with a mark at the edge of the square, goaled for the Bats. Chris Tolj played on to add another. But then it was time for the Bombers to step up, and they would add the next five goals. Adrian Harry played on after a mark on the 50 metre line and snapped truly. Teddy Strudwick sharked the crumbs from a boundary throw-in and threaded a sensational goal through from a tight angle. Lachlan Pryor landed a tackle 30 metres out, was unlucky not to be paid holding the ball, but the ball spilled free for David Martin to gather and score. And it was two in a minute for Martin, with the bombers getting the centre break and finding the tall forward unmarked. And when young Pat Codling marked under the shadow of the point post, played backwards to Dale Fitzgerald, who went into the square for Pat Brackin to soccer the ball through, the Bombers were 19 points ahead.
But the Bats then clicked into gear for a three-goal run. Andrew Davis played on after receiving a free. A holding-the-ball free gave Caica his second goal. And when captain Alan Kymantas landed a long set shot from a tight angle, the Bats had taken a quarter time lead. 12 goals in a thrilling 33-minute quarter was great entertainment, with both sides having periods with the momentum running their way.
The Bombers moved David Martin into the ruck for the second quarter, with Pat Brackin going into the forward line. And it proved a decisive move; with Martin consistently dominating the hit-outs while Brackin was dangerous up forward. But unlike the shootout of the first quarter, the defences of both sides began to be more effective, the ball travelling from end to end for 10 minutes before the first goal of the quarter; Pat Brackin showing strength in a marking contest 25 metres from goal, breaking a deadlock to put the Bombers six points ahead. And Brackin was again in the thick of the action two minutes later, being taken high in a similar spot to his last mark. Pat Codling picked up the ball and kicked truly, but advantage wasn’t paid and the ball taken back to Brackin. But it didn’t matter, as the big Bomber made no mistake.
The Bombers were getting on top around the ground, and showing their skills. Blair Oliver went up high for a speckie, but couldn’t hold it. But the highlight of the quarter was a sensational run down the wing in front of the building site by Adrian Harry; scooping the ball from the back line and five bounces later was inside the forward 50. Oliver crumbed a marking contest for the Bombers’ next goal, Lachlan Clancy showed strength to mark within kicking range; and when Teddy Strudwick floated forward to mark and goal deep in time on, the Bombers were five goals clear at the long break.

The run of play continued to favour the Bombers in the third term, but their goal-kicking radar deserted them. The Bombers squandered some good chances up forward, finishing with 1.7 for the quarter. But the Bats had only managed one goal since quarter time, and the Bombers were 34 points clear at the last change. And although the Bats scored four goals in the last quarter, they were never a chance of getting back into the contest; and the Bombers pulled away late in the final quarter to stretch the margin to 50 points – those late goals being important in the context of their percentage, as other results for the round went North Shore’s way, and their percentage boost enabled them to leap-frog other teams into fourth place.
The Bombers had plenty of stars for the day, but Adrian Harry, Teddy Strudwick and Brendan Fitzgerald were among the best of them. For the Bats, Andrew Morley, Chris Tolj and Alan Kymantas toiled hard all day, never dropping their heads even when the Bombers got on top.

For the first time since entering Premier Division in 2005, Illawarra pulled off a three-peat of wins when Lions defeated Campbelltown by 36 points at Monarch Oval on Saturday afternoon. There was only a kick in it at the first change, but the Lions got on top in the second term with a run of four goals to one to lead by 19 points at half time.
The Lions tightened the screws in a low-scoring third quarter. The Blues were unable to find their way back into the contest, the Lions scoring the only two goals to put the game firmly out of Campbelltown’s reach. And although the Blues won the final quarter, it was too little too late; and the Lions would get to sing their song in the rooms at Monarch for the first time.
In a low-scoring game, Jeremy Daniher and Andrew Barned contributed three goals apiece. Troy Bartlett, Daniher and Mitchell Daly being among the more prominent performers. The Lions have four wins, level with the top 5; but are yet to have a bye this season, and their percentage isn’t great. But the Lions, if they can maintain the momentum they’ve built up in recent weeks, must be confident that they are finally in a position to challenge for the finals. For the Blues, Marcus Linsen, Mark Leach and Jake Brazill were among their best; but the Blues find themselves winless and still looking for the spark of inspiration that will turn their 2011 fortunes around.

Pennant Hills are always up there at the business end of the season, and the Demons continue to accumulate the wins during this point at of the season. This time they travelled to the Village Green and returned home with the points after taking out a 33-point win over UNSW-ES. It was a devastating first half that did the damage, with the Demons blowing the Bulldogs out of the contest with a burst of 11 goals to three before half time. The Bulldogs fought back with seven goals in the third quarter, but the Demons were always in control and the Bulldogs were never a chance of getting back into the contest.
Ben Unwin, in his second game in Premier Division for the Demons, stepped up to become a target up forward with a return of five goals for the day. Tim Scoular, Jarred Mobbs and Sam Boughton were among the Demons’ best; while the Bulldogs were well served by the tireless contributions of Ryan Pert, Ben Woods and Anthony Rodrigues.
The Demons join the Bulldogs on a match-ratio of 57.14, two of the teams separated by only a small percentage gap just in and out of the top five; the Demons’ win being not quite enough to oust the Bulldogs from fifth place.

With Balmain having the bye this week, East Coast had the opportunity to return to top of the ladder if they could defeat Wests at Picken Oval. And the Eagles wasted no time in ensuring they would do just that. Returning to Sydney AFL action after their appearance in the Foxtel Cup last week, a one-sided first half sealed the fate of the game. The Eagle midfield was dominant, and their defence magnificent in allowing the Magpies no opportunities to establish their presence. The Magpies were unable to score a goal in the first half, while the Eagles managed 11.
The Magpies came out with a more competitive outlook in the second half, matching it with the Eagles in the third term and winning the last; but by then the damage was done. The final margin was 65 points, but the one-sided nature of proceedings in the first half was such that it could easily have been even greater.
Jamie Vlatko was again unstoppable on the Eagles’ forward line with five goals, while Stephen Doyle chipped in with four. Jon and Jamie Vlatko, along with Aaron Savage, were among the star performers on the day for the Eagles. In a remarkable solo performance up forward in a beaten side, Matt Eurell scored all seven of Wests’ goals. David Cusick, Dwain Watkins and Bill Lafferty were among Wests’ best; but it was a disastrous afternoon for the Magpies, winless since round 2 and in serious danger of falling out of finals calculations.

The twilight game at Sydney Uni No 1 saw Sydney Uni join East Coast and Balmain in a three-way tie for ladder leadership, when the Students completed a comprehensive 114-point defeat of St George. The Students, keen to make an impression early, dominated proceedings from the start with a seven goals to one opening term to lead by 37 points at the first change. And, taking advantage of the short distance from the centre to the goals on the short but wide ground, the Students were able to quickly get the ball to their forward one with regularity in the second term, kicking nine goals to five in a shootout to extend the lead to 61 points at the long break.
There was to be no respite for the Dragons in the second half, as the Students continued relentlessly on their drive to victory. Sensing an opportunity to boost their percentage, the Students held the Dragons to just three more goals for the game, while keeping their own scoreboard ticking over to extend the margin to three figures.
The Students shared the goals around, with 11 of their number getting on the goalscorers’ list. Phelan Medallist Alex Lee scored five goals for the Students, while Peter Dugmore returned to the side to weigh in with four goals. Josh Cole, Clinton Wells and Alex Lee were among Sydney Uni’s best, while Chris Ogle, Stephen Wilsen and Pat McBride worked hard for the Dragons.


North Shore 6.2 11.4 12.11 18.16 (124)
UTS 6.3 6.4 7.7 11.8 (74)
Goals : North Shore –
M Thomas 3, P Brackin 3, P Codling 2, D Martin 2, L Clancy, A Harry, B Fitzgerald, B Oliver, S Paynter. UTS – A Davis 3, C Tolj 3, A Davis 2, S Way, A Kymantas, J Spragg.
Best : North Shore – A Harry, T Strudwick, B Fitzgerald, P Brackin, Z Manley. UTS – A Morley, C Tolj, A Kymantas, F Boland, T Steinfort, I Irvin.
At Waverley Oval, Saturday 21st May 2011.

Illawarra 4.4 8.5 10.12 12.15 (87)
Campbelltown 3.6 4.8 4.9 7.9 (51)
Goals : Illawarra –
J Daniher 3, A Barned 3, M Daly 2, R Price 2, K Ewen-Chappell 2. Campbelltown – J Bottin-Noonan 2, K Hanson 2, L Coughlan, D Linsen, N Williams.
Best : Illawarra – T Bartlett, J Daniher, M Daly, J Tier, D Goodley, K Ewen-Chappell. Campbelltown – M Linsen, M Leach, J Brazill, H Sherwood, M Scully, B Joynson.
At Monarch Oval, Saturday 21st May 2011.

Pennant Hills 6.2 11.4 13.12 19.14 (128)
UNSW-ES 3.3 3.4 10.13 13.17 (95)
Goals : Pennant Hills –
M Unwin 5, C Smith 3, J Keen 2, L Bilbe 2, J Gourlay, T Wales, A Duncan, J Lewis, B Jack, D Dell’Aquila, S Boughton. UNSW-ES – R Pert 3, R Troon 2, L Lavery 2, B Elleman 2, N Tsindos, O Sidlo-Jones, P Kefalas, B Haberley.
Best : Pennant Hills – T Scoular, J Mobbs, S Boughton, B Beaston, T Wales, J Keen. UNSW-ES – R Pert, B Woods, A Rodrigues, A Gulden, H Nichols, T Heath.
At Village Green, Saturday 21st May 2011.

East Coast Eagles 3.1 11.7 16.9 17.10 (112)
Western Suburbs 0.1 0.3 5.3 7.5 (47)
Goals : East Coast –
Jamie Vlatko 5, S Doyle 4, B Rogers 2, M Goodey 2, P Vlatko, P Walton, J Shephard, D Costello. Wests – M Eurell 7.
Best : East Coast – Jon Vlatko, A Savage, Jamie Vlatko, R Bilkey, T Baker, S Doyle. Wests – D Cusick, D Watkins, B Lafferty, M Eurell, C McGrath, R Bamford.
At Picken Oval, Saturday 21st May 2011.

Sydney University 7.1 16.3 20.9 27.14 (176)
St George 1.2 6.2 7.6 9.8 (62)
Goals : Sydney Uni –
A Lee 5, P Dugmore 4, A Campbell 3, K Murphy 3, C Moller 3, T Barton 2, J Cole 2, M Rigby 2, C Kendrick, T Barrett, M Higgins. St George – J Shineberg 2, C Ogle 2, P McBride, D Napper, L Perris, N Ryan, B Jones.
Best : Sydney Uni – J Cole, C Wells, A Lee, T Barton, K Murphy, M Rice. St George – C Ogle, S Wilsen, P McBride, M Graham, L Perris, D Lycakis.
At Sydney Uni No 1 Oval, Saturday 21st May 2011.

 Play
Won
Draw
Lost
For
Agnst
Pts
%age
Strk
East Coast
7
6
0
1
801
295
85.71
271.53
W6
Sydney Uni
7
6
0
1
851
496
85.71
171.57
W3
Balmain
7
6
0
1
576
436
85.71
131.42
W1
North Shore
7
4
0
3
596
533
57.14
111.82
W1
UNSW-ES
7
4
0
3
612
598
57.14
107.75
L1
Pennant Hills
7
4
0
3
555
525
57.14
105.71
W2
St George
7
4
0
3
483
691
57.14
69.90
L2
Illawarra
8
4
0
4
574
597
50
96.15
W3
Western Suburbs
7
1
0
6
409
526
14.29
77.76
L5
UTS
7
0
0
7
440
784
0
56.12
L7
Campbelltown
7
0
0
7
361
804
0
44.90
L7




First Division:
UNSW-ES 15.10 (100) d Pennant Hills 9.9 (63)
North Shore 8.9 (57) d UTS 6.14 (50)
East Coast 18.10 (118) d Western Suburbs 4.5 (29)
Sydney Uni 12.10 (82) d Southern Power 7.5 (47)
Manly-Warringah 19.21 (135) d Illawarra 4.1 (25)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Manly-Warringah (100, 387.23%), Macquarie Uni (85.71, 301.14%), East Coast (66.67, 165.38%), Southern Power (66.67, 130.98%), Sydney Uni (66.67, 94.57%), Pennant Hills (42.86, 80.04%), UNSW-ES (42.86, 68.56%), North Shore (33.33, 57.31%), UTS (20, 76.15%), Wests (16.67, 48.03%), Illawarra (0, 36.29%).

Second Division:
Balmain 13.5 (83) d Macquarie Uni 12.1 (73)
Sydney Uni 23.10 (148) d St George 6.12 (48)
Penrith 12.10 (82) d Auburn 4.9 (33)
Holroyd-Parramatta 14.10 (94) d Camden 5.5 (35)
NorWest 12.7 (79) d Moorebank 10.5 (65)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Sydney Uni (100, 216.27%), Balmain (85.71, 170.25%), Penrith (66.67, 157.41%), Holroyd-Parramatta (57.14, 125.00%), NorWest (50, 96.87%), Auburn (50, 80.81%), St George (50, 76.08%), Manly-Warringah (28.57, 63.02%), Moorebank (14.29, 73.91%), Camden (0, 47.70%).

Third Division:
Western Suburbs 11.6 (72) d East Coast 8.8 (56)
UTS 17.17 (119) d North Shore 8.8 (56)
Campbelltown 10.12 (72) d Macquarie Uni 11.5 (71)
Sydney Uni 12.15 (87) d Southern Power 9.6 (60)
UNSW-ES 14.10 (94) d Saints AFC 13.6 (84)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – UNSW-ES (100, 236.90%), UTS (80, 146.18%), Sydney Uni (66.67, 109.26%), Saints AFC (60, 194.21%), Southern Power (50, 96.17%), Wests (40, 66.75%), East Coast (33.33, 67.88%), Campbelltown (33.33, 41.92%), Macquarie Uni (28.57%, 142.90%), North Shore (16.67, 43.39%).

Fourth Division:
UTS 9.9 (63) d Holroyd-Parramatta 7.14 (56)
Penrith 20.23 (143) d Auburn 2.7 (19)
Moorebank 13.10 (88) d NorWest 8.7 (55)
UNSW-ES 18.10 (118) d Manly-Warringah 7.9 (51)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Macquarie Uni (100, 206.22%), Penrith (83.33, 232.24%), UTS (75, 125.51%), Moorebank (66.67, 134.28%), UNSW-ES (42.86, 72.44%), Holroyd-Parramatta (33.33, 94.92%), NorWest (25, 83.74%), Manly-Warringah (20, 62.60%), Auburn (0, 26.46%).

Fifth Division:
Southern Power 15.10 (100) d Sydney Uni 10.8 (68)
Moorebank 16.14 (110) d Manly-Warringah 6.5 (41)
Camden 22.14 (146) d Holroyd-Parramatta 5.2 (32)
Saints AFC 8.6 (54) d Macquarie Uni 6.10 (46)
Ladder – Southern Power (28, 238.77%), Saints AFC (16, 145.22%), Sydney Uni (16, 128.30%), Macquarie Uni (12, 168.34%), Moorebank (12, 96.93%), Manly-Warringah (12, 75.20%), Camden (8, 82.27%), Holroyd-Parramatta (0, 29.11%).

Under 18s Premier:
East Coast 17.14 (116) d Western Suburbs 7.5 (47)
St Ignatius Riverview 8.9 (57) d North Shore 6.10 (46)
Illawarra 9.14 (68) d Penrith 7.4 (46)
Pennant Hills 13.11 (89) d UNSW-ES 6.3 (39)
Sydney Uni 14.10 (94) d St George 11.6 (72)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – East Coast (100, 205.21%), St Ignatius Riverview (83.33, 140.36%), North Shore (80, 197.36%), Sydney Uni (71.43, 176.27%), Pennant Hills (50, 91.69%), Wests (33.33, 68.37%), Penrith (33.33, 56.83%), Illawarra (28.57, 73.88%), St George (16.67, 88.81%), UNSW-ES (14.29, 41.96%).

Under 18s Challenge:
Balmain 10.9 (69) d Holroyd-Parramatta 8.12 (60)
Campbelltown 14.7 (91) d Manly-Warringah 12.11 (83)
Mac Uni Warriors 21.19 (145) d Southern Power 6.6 (42)
East Coast 19.22 (136) d Mac Uni Kookas 2.4 (16)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Campbelltown (100, 283.37%), Mac Uni Warriors (83.33, 184.49%), Southern Power (57.14, 106.80%), Holroyd-Parramatta (50, 122.26%), East Coast (50, 78.10%), Manly-Warringah (42.86, 110.61%), Balmain (33.33, 81.44%), Moorebank (16.67, 50.09%), Mac Uni Kookas (16.67, 36.72%).

NEXT WEEK’S FIXTURES

Premier Division:
Saturday 28th May
Blacktown Olympic Park – St George v UNSW-ES (2:10pm)
Mike Kenny Oval – Pennant Hills v Illawarra (2:10pm)
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v Balmain (2:10pm)
Picken Oval – Western Suburbs v Sydney Uni (2:10pm)
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast v UTS (4:10pm)
BYE – North Shore

First Division:
Saturday 28th May
Mike Kenny Oval – Pennant Hills v Illawarra (12pm)
Picken Oval – Western Suburbs v Sydney Uni (12pm)
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast v UTS (12pm)
Gwawley Oval – Southern Power v UTS (2:30pm)
Weldon Oval – Manly-Warringah v Macquarie Uni (4pm)
BYE – North Shore

Second Division:
Saturday 28th May
Blacktown Olympic Park – St George v Holroyd-Parramatta (10am)
Weldon Oval – Manly-Warringah v Penrith (12pm)
Harrington Park – Camden v Balmain (2:10pm)
Mona Park – Auburn v Moorebank (2:10pm)
St Pauls Oval – Sydney Uni v NorWest (2:10pm)

Third Division:
Saturday 28th May
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v Western Suburbs (10am)
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast v Macquarie Uni (12pm)
St Pauls Oval – Sydney Uni v North Shore (12pm)
Gwawley Oval – Southern Power v UNSW-ES (12:30pm)
Pioneers Park – Saints AFC v UTS (2:10pm)

Fourth Division:
Saturday 28th May
Weldon Oval – Manly-Warringah v Penrith (10am)
Mona Park – Auburn v NorWest (12pm)
Village Green – UNSW-ES v Holroyd-Parramatta (12pm)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v Moorebank (3pm)
BYE - UTS

Fifth Division:
Saturday 28th May
St Pauls Oval – Sydney Uni v Holroyd-Parramatta (10am)
Harrington Park – Camden v Southern Power (12pm)
Pioneers Park – Saints AFC v Moorebank (12pm)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v Manly-Warringah (1pm)

Under 18s Premier:
Saturday 28th May
Gore Hill Oval – North Shore v Penrith (10am)
Mike Kenny Oval – Pennant Hills v Illawarra (10am)
Picken Oval – Western Suburbs v Sydney Uni (10am)
Riverview First Field – St Ignatius Riverview v East Coast (10am)
Blacktown Olympic Park – St George v UNSW-ES (12pm)

Under 18s Challenge:
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast v Holroyd-Parramatta (10am)
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v Balmain (12pm)
Weldon Oval – Manly-Warringah v Mac Uni Warriors (2pm)
University Oval – Mac Uni Kookas v Moorebank (5pm)
BYE – Southern Power
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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