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SYDNEY AFL ROUND 17 2011
Article and Photos by Michael Shillito

Round 17 is now complete, and three weeks remain before the Premier Division finals. And after a weekend of mainly lopsided results, the top five teams are set, the top three who get the double chance are all but set, but the race for the minor premiership and the week off at the beginning of the finals remains very much alive.

North Shore went into their match against Wests at Gore Hill on Saturday afternoon knowing that if they could win while Illawarra lose their match, the Bombers’ finals berth would be secure. But despite the ladder positions, it wasn’t a game the Bombers could afford to take lightly. The Magpies had upset North Shore at Picken Oval early in the season, and were coming into the game with some form after four wins from their last five games.
But it didn’t take long for North Shore to make a statement that they were keen to wrap up their finals qualification as quickly as they could. From the opening minute, when Richie Lynch played on after marking on the 50 metre arc and kicked truly, the Bombers were in explosive form. Adrian Harry from the wing took a run, had two bounces and drilled a goal through. And as the quarter continued, Teddy Strudwick completed a hat-trick in the opening quarter, the Bombers kicking six unanswered goals to lead by 40 points at quarter time.
Brenton Mumme finally got the Magpies on the board at the start of the second quarter, crumbing a goal after a set shot from Dwain Watkins failed to make the distance. But any thought of a Magpie comeback was short-lived.
The Wests defence was constantly under siege, as the Bomber midfield was pumping the ball into the forward line with regularity. And with the buildup of pressure, turnovers followed. Zac Manley pounced on one such turnover and drilled home an answering goal. The Pryor brothers combined for another goal, Lachlan weaving through traffic before delivering to Rory 20 metres from goal. As the quarter continued, Daniel Roberts controlled a throw-in and delivered a pinpoint pass to Seb Paynter. And in the closing stages of the quarter, Michael Voyage went for a run and several bounces, taking the ball from the defensive 50 to the forward 50 before delivering to Lachlan Kilpatrick; and with the Bombers’ tenth goal the lead was out to 61 points at the long break.

Wests’ coach Peter Free stuck a rocket under his charges during the half-time break, and the Magpies responded in the third quarter with their best passage of play for the afternoon. Tackles that were missed in the first half started to stick, and for the first time the Bombers were placed under pressure.
The Magpies kicked the first three goals of the quarter, giving themselves the slightest glimpse of hope of a comeback. It began in the opening minute of the quarter, Clinton McGrath finding space to mark 30 metres from goal. Five minutes later, Seb Paynter was tackled and pinged for holding the ball, the ball spilling free for Lewis Bond to pick up the ball and goal, advantage being paid. And a downfield free a minute later to Nathan Scarfo saw the margin reduced to 42 points. Although still a long way behind, the Magpies were at least competing for the ball.
But the Bombers weathered the storm, and then began to re-assert themselves. When Teddy Strudwick was awarded a free kick for a push in the back 15 metres from goal, the Wests’ momentum was broken and the Bombers steadied. Strudwick’s goal, his fourth, would be the first of four straight goals for the Bombers that effectively ended the contest. Even with Christian Specha converting a set shot from the pocket as the three-quarter time siren sounded, the Bombers had won the quarter.

But the final quarter was another story, as the Magpie resistance crumbled completely. Rarely would a more one-sided display of football take place than the final term, which was little more than a North Shore training run.
The midfield were pumping the ball forward with regularity. The forwards easily shrugging tackles and finding unmarked team-mates with ease. When the Magpies did go forward, the miserly North Shore defence had little difficulty in clearing the ball out of trouble.
Thirteen unanswered goals saw the margin blow out completely. North Shore were unstoppable, while the embattled Magpies were powerless to do anything other than turn the ball over and chase the runaway Bombers. The margin blew out over 100 points, eventually finishing on a comprehensive 145-point result; the biggest North Shore victory in many a long year and the heaviest defeat.

There were plenty of goals to share, and 13 North Shore players got their name onto the goal kicking list. Teddy Strudwick kicked five, in a best on ground performance. Michael Voyage and Zac Manley were also prominent for the Bombers. On a dirty day for the Magpies, Brenton Mumme, Jarryd Lear and Shane Aitchison continued to persevere in the face of adversity.

Pennant Hills’ 5-game winning streak had put them comfortably into the top five, and they travelled to Sydney Uni for a twilight fixture. A win for the Demons would have thrown the race for the double-chance wide open. A close contest was expected, but instead it was a comprehensive display of Student dominance as they raced away to a 137-point victory.
The Students wasted no time asserting themselves, kicking seven goals in the first quarter while holding the Demons scoreless. And although the Demons attempted to get back into the contest during the second term, the Students had the answers and won the quarter, leading by 60 points at the long break.
Five goals to one further extended the lead. And by then the Demons were unable to resist the Student charge; and the final quarter was a procession. Clearing the ball from the centre with regularity, it was only a short kick into the goal square, and the goals flowed. 11 goals in the final quarter put the margin beyond three figures.
There were plenty of Sydney Uni goals to spread around. Sam Crichton and Tim Barrett kicked five goals apiece, and along with Matthew Clarke were among Sydney Uni’s best. Clarke had four goals, as did Adam Campbell and Anton Turco. It was hard to find a Sydney Uni player who didn’t play a key role in their team’s convincing performance. On a dirty day for the Demons, Jackson Potter, Daniel Witt and Damien Dell’Aquila tried hard all evening.
Such was the extent of the margin in the games at Gore Hill and Sydney Uni that North Shore’s percentage has leap-frogged Pennant Hills’ and the Bombers have climbed ahead of the Demons on the ladder. But although it’s still mathematically possible for the Bombers or Demons to go into the top three, it’s extremely unlikely; and so the percentage split between the Bombers and Demons won’t count for much as in all probability they’ll be playing each other in the first week of the finals.

It was, to quote an old cliché, a game of two halves at Waverley Oval as UTS hosted East Coast Eagles. The first half was evenly contested as the Bats took the fight up to the Eagles. The Eagles led by nine points at quarter time and by 14 points at half time, with the Bats hanging in there and finding answering goals when the Eagles threatened to run away.
But the Bats were unable to match the intensity in the second half, and the Eagles stepped up a gear and ran away with the contest. Eight goals to two in the premiership quarter saw the Eagles go 51 points clear of the Bats; and it was another run of eight goals to two in the final term that saw the final margin blow out to 89 points, a margin that looked unlikely at half time.
Jamie Vlatko and Ben Rogers were handy targets in the East Coast forward line, each finishing with four goals. Jack Dimery, Rogers and Brad Ure were among the Eagles’ best. For the Bats, Sam Way scored five goals and David Lavender four; while Tom Steinfort, Andrew Davis and Luke Trimboli were key performers for the Bats, particularly in their competitive first half.

It was considerably closer at Olds Park on Saturday afternoon, as St George edged out local rivals Illawarra by 17 points. The Lions had the better of the early exchanges, and led by nine points at the first change. But the Dragons got on top in the second term, a run of five goals to two putting the Dragons in front by 11 points at the long break.
The third quarter was low-scoring, as the Dragons and Lions could manage only two goals apiece. With a 14-point advantage, the Dragons could scent victory; and although the Lions tried hard to fight back in the final quarter, the Dragons had the answering goal every time. The Dragons had enough defensive power to hold on and take the victory.
Nick Ryan kicked four goals for the Dragons in a best-on-ground performance; while Jordan West and Alex Wynn were also prominent for the Dragons. Andrew Barned was unstoppable on the Lions’ forward line, finishing with six goals, while the Lions were also well served by Joshua Tier, Thomas Green and Jimmy Weavers. But it was a disappointing result for the Lions. This result, combined with North Shore’s win, ends Illawarra’s finals hopes.

Sunday afternoon at Drummoyne Oval saw another one-sided match, as Balmain were far too good for Campbelltown and recorded an 83-point win. The first quarter didn’t reach any great heights, and the Dockers led by nine points at the first change. But they got on top in the second quarter with five goals to one to extend the lead to 33 points at half time.
The premiership quarter saw the Dockers turn on a devastating burst of form. The defensive shackles were off in a high-scoring shootout, but the Dockers had more coherent routes to goal and would kick nine goals to four for the quarter. The sting had gone out of the game by three-quarter time, but the Dockers continued their merciless run in the final quarter with five goals.
Any Swans’ fans who were looking for a footy fix on their bye weekend and made their way to Drummoyne would have been well rewarded; as 2005 premiership hero Nick Davis was back to his unstoppable best. Davis was scoring at will, finishing with 12 goals; while Tim Schmidt, Ben Taggart and Jason Saddington were among Balmain’s best. For the Blues, Bryce Joynson, Fraser Brown and Mitch Hogan tried hard all afternoon.


North Shore 6.5 10.8 14.14 27.17 (179)
Western Suburbs 0.1 1.1 5.3 5.4 (34)

Goals : North Shore – T Strudwick 5, S Paynter 3, P Codling 3, B Attwood 3, R Pryor 2, L Kilpatrick 2, D Martin 2, D Roberts 2, P Brackin, A Harry, R Lynch, J Terrey, Z Manley. Wests – L Bond, B Mumme, C McGrath, C Specha, R Miller.
Best : North Shore – T Strudwick, M Voyage, Z Manley, L Pryor, L Kilpatrick. Wests – B Mumme, J Lear, S Aitchison, R Barrett, J Watkins, N Scarfo.
At Gore Hill Oval, Saturday 30th July 2011.

Sydney University 7.2 12.7 17.10 28.11 (179)
Pennant Hills 0.0 3.1 4.4 6.6 (42)
Goals : Sydney Uni –
S Crichton 5, T Barrett 5, A Campbell 4, A Turco 4, M Clarke 4, B Mankarious 2, C Moller, M Rice, D Mitchell, J Brain. Pennant Hills – B Jack 2, D Dell’Aquila, L Bilbe, M Thomas, J Gourlay.
Best : Sydney Uni – T Barrett, M Clarke, S Crichton, C Moller, J Cole, J McCreary. Pennant Hills – J Potter, D Witt, D Dell’Aquila, S Gourlay, S Parker, C Smith.
At Sydney Uni No 1 Oval, Saturday 30th July 2011.

East Coast Eagles 5.4 8.11 16.15 24.18 (162)
University of Technology 4.1 7.3 9.6 11.7 (73)
Goals : East Coast –
Jamie Vlatko 4, B Rogers 4, P Vlatko 3, L Stuart 2, A Moeller 2, J Dwyer 2, B Ure 2, T Baker, M Goodey, R Fitton, D Killworth, M Maher. UTS – S Way 5, D Lavender 4, T Steinfort, N Haslam.
Best : East Coast – J Dimery, B Rogers, B Ure, L Stuart, Jamie Vlatko, J Dwyer. UTS – T Steinfort, A Davis, L Trimboli, D Lavender, S Way, L Madsen.
At Waverley Oval, Saturday 30th July 2011.

St George 3.2 8.7 10.11 13.15 (93)
Illawarra 4.5 6.8 8.9 11.10 (76)
Goals : St George –
N Ryan 4, D Napper 2, B Jones 2, S Wilsen, B Addison, L Perris, J West, D Lycakis. Illawarra – A Barned 6, M Daly 3, T Bartlett, R Price.
Best : St George – N Ryan, J West, A Wynn, C Ogle, P Sain, D Lycakis. Illawarra – J Tier, T Green, J Weavers, J Daniher, A Barned, M Daly.
At Olds Park, Saturday 30th July 2011.

Balmain 2.4 7.5 16.7 21.9 (135)
Campbelltown 1.1 2.2 6.2 8.4 (52)
Goals : Balmain –
N Davis 12, J Saddington 2, T Head 2, J Howard 2, J Osland, J Farrell, M Edwins. Campbelltown – F Brown 2, B Yakimov 2, M Linsen 2, L Coughland, A Sneddon.
Best : Balmain – T Schmidt, B Taggart, J Saddington, T Head, N Davis, J Howard. Campbelltown – B Joynson, F Brown, M Hogan, M Linsen, S Tunbridge, H Fisiitalia.
At Drummoyne Oval, Sunday 31st July 2011.

 Play
Won
Draw
Lost
For
Agnst
Pts
%age
Strk
East Coast
15
12
1
2
1,745
810
83.33
215.43
W2
Balmain
16
13
0
3
1,493
1,126
81.25
132.59
W1
Sydney Uni
16
12
1
3
1,823
1,103
78.12
165.28
W2
North Shore
15
10
0
5
1,362
1,034
66.67
131.72
W2
Pennant Hills
15
10
0
5
1,334
1,135
66.67
117.53
L1
Illawarra
15
7
0
8
1,089
1,141
46.67
95.44
L2
St George
15
7
0
8
1,088
1,352
46.67
80.47
W2
UNSW-ES
15
6
0
9
1,230
1,354
40
90.84
L1
Western Suburbs
15
5
0
10
958
1,294
33.33
74.03
L1
UTS
15
1
0
14
959
1,733
6.67
55.34
L6
Campbelltown
16
0
0
16
874
1,873
0
46.66
L16


Black - Confirmed finalists
Green - Currently in a finals position, but not yet guaranteed a place in the finals
Blue - Not currently in a finals position, but still a chance to qualify
Purple - Will not be competing in the finals
Red - If the season ended now, would be relegated.


First Division:
North Shore 11.12 (78) d Western Suburbs 8.5 (53)
Sydney Uni 20.11 (131) d Pennant Hills 3.6 (24)
UTS 9.9 (63) d East Coast 8.9 (57)
Manly-Warringah 14.15 (99) d Macquarie Uni 7.6 (48)
Southern Power 16.17 (113) d Illawarra 0.6 (6)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Manly-Warringah (86.67, 253.61%), Southern Power (78.57, 163.61%), Sydney Uni (66.67, 113.23%), Macquarie Uni (60, 156.88%), UTS (53.85, 100.36%), East Coast (50, 122.12%), North Shore (42.86, 78.91%), UNSW-ES (42.86, 76.41%), Pennant Hills (42.86, 67.28%), Wests (14.29, 62.39%), Illawarra (7.14, 43.10%).

Second Division:
St George 8.10 (58) d Camden 6.7 (43)
Holroyd-Parramatta 18.11 (119) d NorWest 3.10 (28)
Penrith 12.11 (83) d Sydney Uni 6.13 (49)
Auburn 13.12 (90) d Manly-Warringah 6.8 (44)
Moorebank 12.15 (87) d Balmain 7.4 (46)
Ladder – Penrith (48, 187.22%), Holroyd-Parramatta (46, 157.92%), Sydney Uni (40, 126.38%), Auburn (40, 118.86%), Balmain (38, 120.86%), NorWest (28, 92.87%), Moorebank (20, 91.82%), St George (20, 65.56%), Manly-Warringah (16, 69.76%), Camden (4, 48.90%).

Third Division:
Macquarie Uni 9.18 (72) d Western Suburbs 6.6 (42)
UNSW-ES 21.19 (145) d UTS 5.4 (34)
Southern Power 12.7 (79) d Sydney Uni 8.12 (60)
Saints AFC 13.8 (86) d East Coast 7.9 (51)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – UNSW-ES (93.33, 269.68%), UTS (76.92, 167.10%), Sydney Uni (66.67, 120.57%), Saints AFC (64.29, 175.37%), Southern Power (57.14, 101.18%), Macquarie Uni (46.67, 107.92%), Wests (35.71, 80.19%), East Coast (28.57, 68.44%), Campbelltown (21.43, 46.05%), North Shore (7.14, 27.49%).

Fourth Division:
NorWest 15.8 (98) d Holroyd-Parramatta 14.7 (91)
Macquarie Uni 9.6 (60) d Penrith 7.9 (51)
Auburn 12.8 (80) d UTS 7.13 (55)
Manly-Warringah 11.10 (76) d UNSW-ES 5.10 (40)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Macquarie Uni (91.67, 153.82%), Penrith (84.62, 203.41%), UTS (54.55, 124.07%), Moorebank (53.85, 105.99%), Holroyd-Parramatta (42.86, 99.04%), UNSW-ES (42.86, 86.21%), Manly-Warringah (30.77, 75.16%), NorWest (27.27, 77.04%), Auburn (23.08, 51.25%).

Fifth Division:
Macquarie Uni 22.14 (146) d Holroyd-Parramatta 2.2 (14)
Southern Power 15.11 (101) d Sydney Uni 4.5 (29)
Saints AFC 10.18 (78) d Camden 6.8 (44)
Manly-Warringah 15.19 (109) d Moorebank 10.7 (67)
Ladder – Southern Power (60, 303.38%), Moorebank (40, 149.86%), Manly-Warringah (40, 115.40%), Sydney Uni (32, 126.79%), Saints AFC (32, 115.22%), Macquarie Uni (28, 117.42%), Camden (8, 54.11%), Holroyd-Parramatta (0, 22.90%).


Under 18s Premier:
East Coast 13.10 (88) d St Ignatius Riverview 10.6 (66)
North Shore 15.15 (105) d Western Suburbs 8.6 (54)
Sydney Uni 6.11 (47) d Pennant Hills 7.3 (45)
UNSW-ES 20.11 (131) d Penrith 10.11 (71)
Illawarra 16.9 (105) d St George 3.13 (31)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – East Coast (96.67, 239.61%), North Shore (75, 163.08%), St Ignatius Riverview (66.67, 116.35%), Pennant Hills (64.29, 113.07%), Sydney Uni (60, 114.38%), Illawarra (39.29, 101.25%), Wests (32.14, 75.00%, St George (30, 86.04%), Penrith (20, 51.49%), UNSW-ES (16.67, 50.34%).

Under 18s Challenge:
Mac Uni Warriors 10.2 (62) d Southern Power 3.2 (20)
East Coast d Mac Uni Kookas – forfeit
Manly-Warringah 30.16 (196) d Moorebank 5.5 (35)
Campbelltown 18.14 (122) d Balmain 8.7 (55)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Campbelltown (100, 330.46%), Mac Uni Warriors (84.62, 176.79%), Manly-Warringah (57.14, 137.46%), Holroyd-Parramatta (53.85, 120.53%), Southern Power (46.15, 122.99%), Balmain (46.15, 105.58%), East Coast (38.46, 65.42%), Moorebank (21.43, 54.50%), Mac Uni Kookas (7.14, 19.65%).


THE RUN HOME
With this weekend’s results, the top five teams are determined, and it’s no longer possible for any team from outside the top five to qualify.
Balmain are half a game ahead of East Coast and Sydney Uni, but the Eagles have a game in hand. Even if the Dockers win their final two games, they would face a nervous wait in the final round when they have the bye to find out if they get the minor premiership.
With Sydney Uni defeating Pennant Hills, the Students are two wins and a draw ahead of North Shore and Pennant Hills. The Students have the bye next week, but for either the Bombers or Demons to get the double chance, they would need to win their final three games while hoping the Students lose their final two matches.
Balmain
13 wins, 132.59%
North Shore (Henson)
St George (Olds Park)
bye
East Coast
12.5 wins, 215.43%
Campelltown (Bruce Purser)
Illawarra (North Dalton)
Wests (Bruce Purser)
Sydney Uni
12.5 wins, 165.28%
bye
North Shore (Gore Hill)
Illawarra (Sydney Uni No 1)
North Shore
10 wins, 131.72%
Balmain (Henson)
Sydney Uni (Gore Hill)
UNSW-ES (Village Green)
Pennant Hills
10 wins, 117.53%
Wests (Blacktown)
UNSW-ES (Mike Kenny)
St George (Olds Park)



NEXT WEEK’S FIXTURES:

Premier Division (Lurker’s Kiss of Death in bold):
Friday 5th August
Henson Park – Balmain v North Shore (7pm)
Saturday 6th August
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast v Campbelltown (2:10pm)
North Dalton Oval – Illawarra v UTS (2:10pm)
Village Green – UNSW-ES v St George (2:10pm)
Sunday 7th August
Blacktown Olympic Park – Western Suburbs v Pennant Hills (2:10pm)
BYE – Sydney Uni

First Division:
Saturday 6th August
North Dalton Oval – Illawarra v UTS (12pm)
Village Green – UNSW-ES v Southern Power (12pm)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v North Shore (4:10pm)
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast v Manly-Warringah (5pm)
Sunday 7th August
Blacktown Olympic Park – Western Suburbs v Pennant Hills (12pm)
BYE – Sydney Uni

Second Division:
Saturday 6th August
Henson Park – Balmain v Manly-Warringah (12pm)
Bensons Lane – NorWest v Auburn (2:10pm)
Greygums Oval – Penrith v St George (2:10pm)
St Pauls Oval – Sydney Uni v Camden (2:10pm)
Rosedale Oval – Moorebank v Holroyd-Parramatta (4:30pm)

Third Division:
Saturday 6th August
Bruce Purser Reserve – East Coast v Campbelltown (12pm)
St Pauls Oval – Sydney Uni v UTS (12pm)
Pioneers Park – Saints AFC v UNSW-ES (2pm)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v North Shore (2pm)
Gwawley Oval – Southern Power v Western Suburbs (2:10pm)

Fourth Division:
Saturday 6th August
Bensons Lane – NorWest v Auburn (12pm)
Trumper Park – UTS v Penrith (12pm)
Weldon Oval – Manly-Warringah v Macquarie Uni (2:10pm)
Rosedale Oval – Moorebank v Holroyd-Parramatta (2:30pm)
BYE – UNSW-ES


Fifth Division:
Saturday 6th August
St Pauls Oval – Sydney Uni v Saints AFC (10am)
Gwawley Oval – Southern Power v Camden (12pm)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v Manly-Warringah (12pm)
Rosedale Oval – Moorebank v Holroyd-Parramatta (12:30pm)

Under 18s Premier:
Saturday 6th August
North Dalton Oval – Illawarra v East Coast (10am)
Village Green – UNSW-ES v Sydney Uni (10am)
Greygums Oval – Penrith v St George (12pm)
Sunday 7th August
Blacktown Olympic Park – Western Suburbs v Pennant Hills (10am)
Riverview First Field – St Ignatius Riverview v North Shore (10:30am)

Under 18s Challenge:
Saturday 6th August
Gwawley Oval – Southern Power v Campbelltown (10am)
Henson Park – Balmain v Manly-Warringah (10am)
University Oval – Mac Uni Warriors v Holroyd-Parramatta (10am)
Rosedale Oval – Moorebank v East Coast (10:30am)
BYE – Mac Uni Kookas
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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