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    RWO Game Day Thread - Round 3 - April 23-26

    This week's matches (as currently fixtured)

    FIXTURES 23rd - 26th APRIL 2015

    Thursday 23rd April


    University Oval
    19:00 Macquarie University v Pennant Hills Demons Division One

    Friday 24th April

    Rosedale Park
    19:45 Moorebank Magpies v Pennant Hills Demons Under 19s Division Two

    Saturday 25th April

    BISP No.2
    14:10 Blacktown Magic v Manly Warringah Giants Division Two
    12.00 Blacktown Magic v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division Four
    10.00 Blacktown Magic v Penrith Ramettes Women's Division Two

    Gwawley Oval
    14:30 Southern Power v St George Dragons Division One
    12:30 Southern Power v Manly Warringah Giants Division Four
    10:30 Southern Power v Macquarie University Women's Division One
    8:30 Southern Power v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Under 19s Division Two

    Harrington Park
    15:10 Camden Cats v Penrith Rams Division Two
    13:00 Camden Cats v Sydney University Division Four
    11:00 Camden Cats v Sydney University Division Five

    Mahoney Park
    10:00 Balmain Tigers v Moorebank Magpies (Clash Jumper) Division Five

    Mona Park
    12:00 Auburn Giants v Gosford Wildcats Women's Division Two

    Monarch Oval
    12:00 Campbelltown Blues v Penrith Rams Under 19s Division Two
    10:00 Campbelltown Blues v Wollondilly Knights Division Four

    North Dalton Park
    10:30 South Coast Thunder v Pennant Hills Demons Under 19s Division One

    Picken Oval
    13:00 Western Suburbs Magpies v Pennant Hills Demons (Alternate Jumper) Premier Division
    10:00 Western Suburbs Magpies v North Shore Bombers (Red Jumper) Division Two

    Pioneers Park
    9:00 Randwick City Saints v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division Five

    Sydney Uni No.1 Oval
    16:30 Sydney University v North Shore Bombers Premier Division
    14:30 Sydney University v North Shore Bombers Under 19s Division One
    12:30 Sydney University v Balmain Tigers Division One
    10:30 Sydney University v Gosford Wildcats Division Three

    University Oval
    15:00 Macquarie University v North Shore Bombers Division Four

    Village Green
    14:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Manly Warringah Giants Premier Division
    12:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Manly Warringah Giants Under 19s Division One
    10:30 UNSW/ES Stingrays v Manly Warringah Giants Women's Division Two
    8:30 UNSW/ES Stingrays v Newtown Breakaways Women's Division One

    Sunday 26th April

    Bensons Lane
    14:10 Nor-West Jets v Penrith Rams Division Three
    12:00 Nor-West Jets v Penrith Rams Division Five

    Kanebridge Oval
    14:30 East Coast Eagles v UTS Bats Premier Division - MOTW
    12:30 East Coast Eagles v UTS Bats Division One
    10:30 East Coast Eagles v UTS Bats Division Three
    8:30 East Coast Eagles v St George Dragons Under 19s Division One

    Picken Oval
    14.10 Western Suburbs Magpies v Balmain Tigers (Yellow Jumper) Division Three
    12:00 Western Suburbs Magpies v Balmain Tigers Under 19s Division Two
    10:00 Western Wolves v Wollongong Saints Women's Division One

    Rosedale Park
    10.00 Moorebank Magpies v Newtown Breakaways Women's Division Two

    Village Green
    14.10 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division One
    12:00 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Pennant Hills Demons Division Three
    10:00 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Pennant Hills Demons Division Five

    Bye
    St George Dragons Premier Division
    UTS Bats Division Five
    Sydney University Bombers Women’s Division One
    UTS Shamrocks Women’s Division Two


    These are the fixtures as they currently are. But as I look at the window at the tempestuous Armageddon outside, there's no escaping the fact this weekend is going to be one with multiple ground closures; and the probability there'll be games moved & cancelled.
    As any games are changed; please post the changes here - so we can play our part in getting everyone to the right ground.
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    All games except Premier Division & Womens Div 1 are off. No real surprise there after so much rain & flood activity this week.
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    Picken Oval, Sydney Uni No 1 & Village Green are all open for Premier Division tomorrow. They will be heavy - anyone who finishes those games with a clean jumper, you know they haven't had a dip.
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    Without Campbelltown in PD the use of Monarch for wet weather weekends becomes very awkward. The Blues have no incentive to announce their ground is open to be used by anyone(as per the rules) when they only have a fourth div team.

    Also I noticed the Killarney Vale Vs Terrigal-Avoca game has been postponed until August. The interesting aspect is that the BDAFL has a general bye this weekend. This game is part of Round 1 which was deliberately delayed until this weekend. With the wet weather we get every year it would have made more sense to play round 1 in its entirety and then bring the next meeting of these 2 teams forward. This game would have then have been able to be pushed back to the weekend of the other games in that round. You might say easy in hindsight but wet weather options in draws should always be considered. I'm sure the players would prefer a bye mid season than round 1. A bit silly really.

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