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    Game Day Thread - Round 19 - August 18-19

    It's the second last round for Premier Division, Div 1 and the two Under 18s comps. The final round for Divs 2-5. And the first weekend of finals for the women.

    This week's fixtures:

    MEMORANDUM
    From: Garry Burkinshaw
    Date: Tuesday, 14 August 2012
    Re: FIXTURES ? 18-19 AUGUST

    Saturday 18th August 2012

    Venue Mike Kenny Oval
    Pennant Hills Vs Western Suburbs (White Jumper) Premier Div 2.10pm
    Pennant Hills Vs Western Suburbs (White Jumper) Division One 12.00pm
    Pennant Hills Vs Western Suburbs (White Jumpers) U18 Div One 10.00am

    Venue Village Green
    UNSW/ES Vs Sydney Hills Eagles Premier Div 2.10pm
    UNSW/ES Vs Sydney Hills Eagles Division One 11.30am
    UNSW/ES Vs Sydney Hills Eagles U18 Div One 9.30am

    Venue Henson Park
    Sydney University Vs Campbelltown Premier Div 2.10pm
    Sydney University Vs Campbelltown Division Three 12.00pm
    UTS Vs Camden Division Five 10.00am

    Venue Kelso Oval
    St George (White Jumper & Shorts) Vs Illawarra (Red Shorts) Premier Div 2.10pm
    St George (White Jumper & Shorts) Vs Illawarra (Red Shorts) Division Two 12.00pm
    St George (White Jumper & Shorts) Vs Illawarra (Red Shorts) U18 Div One 10.00am

    Venue Weldon Oval
    Manly Warringah Vs Southern Power Division One 5.30pm
    Manly Warringah Vs Southern Power U18 Div Two 3.20pm
    Manly Warringah Vs Southern Power Division Four 1.20pm
    Manly Warringah Vs UNSW/ES Division Two 10.00am

    Venue Gipps Rd Oval
    Holroyd Parramatta Vs Macquarie University Division One 2.30pm
    Holroyd Parramatta Vs Macquarie University Division Four 12.30pm
    Holroyd Parramatta Vs Macquarie University U18 Div Two 10.30am
    Holroyd Parramatta Vs Saints afc Division Five 8.30am

    Venue Greygums Oval
    Penrith Vs North Shore Division One 2.30pm
    Penrith Vs North Shore Division Four 12.30pm
    Penrith Vs Sydney University U18 Div One 10.30am
    Penrith Vs UNSW/ES (Black Jumper) Division Five 8.30am

    Venue Bensons Lane
    Nor West Vs Balmain (White Jumper) Division Two 2.10pm
    Nor West Vs UTS Division Four 12.00pm
    Nor West Vs Sydney Hills Eagles U18 Div Two 10.00am

    Venue Mona Park
    Auburn Vs Camden Division Two 2.10pm

    Venue Rosedale Park
    Sydney University Vs UNSW/ES Womens 3.40pm
    Western Wolves Vs Newtown Breakaways Women?s 1.40pm
    Moorebank Vs Sydney University Division Two 11.30am
    Moorebank Vs Sydney University Division Five 9.30am

    Venue University Oval
    Macquarie University Vs UTS Division Three 2.10pm

    Venue Wagener Oval
    Western Suburbs Vs Saints afc Division Three 12.00pm

    Venue Bruce Purser Reserve
    Blacktown Vs Southern Power Division Three 2.30pm
    Sydney Hills Eagles Vs Moorebank Division Three 12.30pm

    Venue Adcock Park
    Gosford Vs UNSW/ES (Bulldogs Jumper) Division Four 1.00pm

    Sunday 19th August 2012

    Venue Henson Park
    Balmain (White Jumper & Shorts) Vs North Shore (Black Shorts) Premier Div 2.10pm MOTW
    Balmain Vs Moorebank U18 Div Two 12.00pm

    Byes
    UTS Premier Div
    UTS Division One
    North Shore U18 Div One
    St Ignatius, RIverview U18 Div One
    Saints afc U18 Div Two

    Note
    In Premier Division, Division One, Division Two and U18?s Division One the away side is to wear white shorts unless otherwise advised.


    The weekend weather forecast:

    Friday 17 August
    Summary - Min 9 Max 19. Possible shower.
    Sydney area : Partly cloudy. The chance of showers mainly in the morning. Winds north to northwesterly 15 to 20 km/h turning westerly 25 to 35 km/h during the morning.

    Saturday 18 August
    Summary - Min 8 Max 17. Mostly sunny.
    Sydney area : Mostly sunny. Winds westerly 25 to 35 km/h.

    Sunday 19 August
    Summary - Min 7 Max 18 Mostly sunny.
    Sydney area : Mostly sunny. Winds southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h.
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    Southern Power have forfeited their game tomorrow against Manly in Div 4.

    That's probably bad news for Nor-West, who need to beat UTS to confirm a finals spot.
    Otherwise, depending on other matches played, Manly could jump from 7th to fifth (I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShortHalfHead View Post
    Southern Power have forfeited their game tomorrow against Manly in Div 4.

    That's probably bad news for Nor-West, who need to beat UTS to confirm a finals spot.
    Otherwise, depending on other matches played, Manly could jump from 7th to fifth (I think)
    Correct. Manly will win by plenty to nil.
    They were a game plus about 8% behind NorWest, and about 2% behind North Shore. But with Manly getting the walkover and no more points against, that just about ends any mathematical hopes for North Shore, even if they can get a win at Greygums. If NorWest has a narrow loss to UTS, the percentage difference that decides who makes the finals will be very tight.

    The next waiting game will be at Mona Park tomorrow morning to see how many Auburn players turn up - if they don't get a quorum, Div 2 could also be virtually decided by forfeit.
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    I'm reliably told that UTS didn't supply a club umpire for the game against the Jets, which also constitutes a forfeit and means Nor-West retains fifth spot and a place in the finals. Great for us, it'll be a terrific experience, and to have all three teams in the finals I believe might be a club first. But realistically we would need a huge turnaround to go too deep in Div 4. The top three pretty much have it between them.

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    Mention of St George backline in RWO Wrap is interesting.

    In fact the Premier Div side has only conceded 5 goals in the past three weeks. Not sure if this would be some sort of defensive record in premier division.

    St George Div 2 side has also only conceded 4 goals in past two games


    Both sit just inside finals - could their defences take them all the way

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