SYDNEY AFL ROUND 4 2018
Article by Michael Shillito

It was an early start to Round 4, with what has become a traditional ANZAC Day at Picken Oval starting the round.
Wests, as AFL Sydney ANZAC Day hosts, always do a great job of respecting the occasion, and this year was no exception. Flags were raised, military personnel read the oath and wreaths were laid. Many great footballers gave their lives when they served in the armed forces. And even today, there are players in our league who are serving.
Lest we forget.

After the respectful ceremony, there was a game of football to be played. Wests were up against defending premiers Pennant Hills. On paper it looked to be a mismatch, and the Demons would go on to win the match. But the Magpies put up plenty of stiff resistance and made the Demons earn the win.
From the start, the Magpies showed they had come to play. They weren’t giving the Demons any easy touches; and every contested ball was a scrap. Goals were hard to come by, bodies were on the line and there was no role for loose runners in a tightly-contested quarter of footy. The Demons kicked two goals to one in the first term and led by eight points at quarter time, but they knew this game wasn’t going to be a walk in the park.
The pressure in the first term had been relentless; and the second term started in similar terms. As the quarter passed, the Demons finally managed to shake off some of the tags that had been applied; but they weren’t finding it easy. The Magpies were under-manned and were short of the firepower that can take a game apart; but their determination and grit had compensated to some degree. But in the end, the class of the Demon lineup began to take its toll, and they would kick four goals to two for the quarter to extend the margin to 19 points at the long break.
When the teams returned to the field for the second half, the difference in the teams was all too apparent. The Demons had been under pressure in the first half, but regrouped when they were in the rooms and they would take control of the game in the third term. At last the Demons were playing a brand of football closer to what they had been aiming for, and the Magpies’ personnel was unable to shut it down. It was a more open and free-flowing quarter of footy, and the scoreboard was ticking over more often. Six goals to three in favour of the Demons saw them leading by 36 points at the last change, and the game was safely won.
It was clear the Magpies’ search for their first win of 2018 would have to wait another week. But to the home side’s credit, they kept working hard during the last term, even with the odds stacked against them. And they would salvage something from the contest as they won the last quarter, a high-scoring shootout that would yield five goals to four in the Magpies’ favour. But it was the Demons whose efforts earlier in the game had been enough for them to take the game; with the final margin being 29 points.
It had been a glorious autumn day, and Nick Hey made six goals as the sun shone. Around the ground, Tom Angel, Alex Goodall and Lloyd Shepherd were standout contributors for the Demons. After a loss in the opening round, the Demons have won three in a row; and although they haven’t yet clicked into their top form this year, they are getting the wins they need to maintain a position in the top five.
Callan Dell, Callum McEvoy-Gray and Josh Robinson worked hard all day for the Magpies. It had been a credible fighting effort by the home side, their best game so far in 2018. Although yet to sing the song this year, there were encouraging signs that the breakthrough victory may not be too far away. And their hosting of ANZAC Day was, as always, dignified and respectful and was appreciated throughout the AFL Sydney community.

The remaining games were played on Saturday afternoon, under overcast skies. North Shore hosted UTS at Kanebridge Oval in a game that would see the Bombers maintain their unbeaten run in 2018.
The first quarter wasn’t one that reached any great heights. A swirling breeze didn’t help, but much of the quarter was scrappy football; the two teams putting in a string of turnovers and skill errors that would have frustrated the coaches. It had been a tight and physical quarter of footy, and there were few highlights to excite in a quarter that saw the Bombers kick two goals to one and lead by six points at quarter time.
When the second term got under way, it was clear that the Bombers had lifted and the Bats hadn’t. The free-flowing North Shore game was back, and multiple forward options began to present themselves. UTS weren’t doing themselves any favours with some appalling turnovers, which the Bombers swooped on with glee as the game looked set to blow out. The quarter would see the Bombers kick five goals to two, taking their lead out to 23 points; and with the lopsided possession count the lead could have been even greater.
The Bats were a better side in the third term than they had displayed in the first half, but they didn’t have the on-field firepower to match it with a red-hot North Shore side. Scoring was hard to come by, as the cross-field wind picked up. Three goals to one saw the Bombers lead by 34 points at three quarter time and the result of the game was beyond doubt.
The last quarter wasn’t one that reached any great heights. The result of the game was secure, and much of the sting had gone out of the contest in a term that had the feel of going through the motions. The Bombers were clearly the superior side, and extended their lead in the last quarter with another run of three goals to one, stretching the final margin to 47 points. Without looking totally convincing except in the second term, the Bombers had still done enough to record a comfortable win.
Wayd Blackburne was again unstoppable on the forward line to kick four goals; while Sam Carruthers, Andrew McConnell and Erol Sertbas were ball magnets around the ground. The Bombers remain undefeated and look to have built a team that will be right up there at the business end of this season.
The Bats were well served by the efforts of Scott Jansen, Josh Moyle and Fred Cator; but it wasn’t enough to challenge for the four points in this game. After winning their first two games, the Bats have now lost the next two by bigger margins; and will be keen to get themselves back on the winning list and do some repair to a percentage that has taken a hit in the last fortnight.

But despite remaining undefeated, North Shore lose top spot on the ladder. The Bombers were leap-frogged on percentage by a rampant Sydney Uni side who dominated against a disappointing St George at Sydney Uni No 1 Oval in a twilight fixture.
From the start, the Students were looking the better side; but tended to over-possess the ball in the first quarter and didn’t really get the full reward that their efforts should have suggested. They were still on top on the scoreboard, kicking the only three goals, but should have been further ahead. The Dragons were consistently second to the ball and struggled to get the ball into their forward 50. At quarter time, the Students were 20 points ahead and looking in control.
The Dragons did manage to get the ball forward at times in the second quarter, but their forwards failed to make anything of their opportunities and they were unable to find the big sticks. The Students were also plagued by inaccuracy at times, but weight of possession and a superior work rate around the ground meant they were always in control. Three unanswered goals put them 38 points clear at half time. As the players left the field at half time, the dominant Students had a spring in their step, while the Dragons looked downcast as they returned to the rooms without a goal on the scoreboard.
The Dragons would break their duck in the third term, twice breaking through for goals. But they were rare moments of respite against a Sydney Uni side that was in complete control of the contest. The Students may have played around the wings a lot in the first half, but went more direct in the third term and were finding a potent forward line and creating a glut of scoring opportunities. The quarter produced a return of seven goals to two in favour of the Students, the game turning into a blowout as they led by 73 points at the last change.
It had been a mismatch, and that trend would continue in the last quarter. The Students squandered countless chances, kicking 4.8 for the quarter. But the margin eventually stretched into three figures as they dominated against a St George side down on confidence and willing the game to be over.
In the end, the Students won by 104 points. Tristan Davies and Denim Loffley each contributed four goals for the Students; Loffley joining Allister Clarke and Bailey Biggs as the Students’ best. But it was hard to find a Uni player who didn’t play their role effectively as the Students put on a dominant performance to outline their credentials as a premiership contender.
Dom Michalak, Tim Coenen and debutant Wyatt Horbury tried hard for the Dragons. But it had been a dismal day for a St George side that struggled to exert any influence. Winless, a poor percentage and bottom of the ladder; this is unfamiliar territory for a St George side that has enjoyed success in recent seasons. There’s plenty of work to be done to turn their fortunes around.


Manly and UNSW-ES faced off at Weldon Oval in a high-stakes contest. With both clubs going into the game with one win from their first three games, the loser would face the risk of losing touch with the top five. The game would be a low-scoring slog in overcast conditions, and little would separate the two sides in the first half.
Just one goal apiece would be scored in a tight and tough opening term, a physical contest where packs would frequently form around the ball and loose crumbers were denied the opportunity to create space and forward pressure. The Bulldogs led by a point at the first change, but neither team was able to shake off the pressure of their opponents.
Not much changed in the second quarter. A congested contest, it wasn’t a quarter of footy that had the aesthetic fanciers of the game enthused; but reflected the desperation of two teams short of their best form but determined to deny anything to their opponent. The quarter would yield two goals to one in favour of the Wolves, who led by four points at half time; but the game was still very much in the balance.
But after so much pressure in the first half, something had to give. And in the third term, it was the Wolves who were able to break from the clutches of their opponents and carve out greater scoring opportunities. It was still a slog, but it had become one-sided, as the Wolves were getting a far greater share of the ball. The Bulldogs were left behind in the chase for possession, but although the Wolves weren’t always efficient with their disposal, weight of opportunities would make the difference as the Wolves added four unanswered goals to take a 26-point lead to three quarter time.
Manly were on top, and continued their resurgence in the last term. Frustration would set in for the Bulldogs, as another game was slipping away. But this was the Wolves’ day, and a run of four goals to one would put the icing on the cake as they races away to a 45-point win.
On a day when goals were at a premium, Tyrone Armitage’s four goal haul was worth its weight in gold. Armitage, along with Connor Pettersson and Jame Brain, was among Manly’s best. The Wolves have two wins and two losses, importantly they remain unbeaten at Weldon Oval and their home fortress remains a tricks visit for opposition teams.
Tom Banuelos, Justin Cann and Kaia Reynolds-Erler were the Bulldogs’ best. But it was another lost opportunity for the Bulldogs. After two close losses and a win, the Bulldogs had gone into this game looking to build on the form of their round three result. Instead they find themselves well behind the ladder leaders, and will need to string some wins together to get back into contention.

At Fairfax Reserve, Camden hosted East Coast. The Eagles, one of the competition favourites this year, would take the points; but they had to overcome some stiff resistance by the Cats before they eventually prevailed.
The first quarter looked to be going the way of the form. The Eagles weren’t having everything their own way, but were doing enough to look set to get on top of the contest. The scoreboard would show a return of four goals to one in favour of the Eagles, with several of their big-name ball winners featuring prominently. The Eagles led by 16 points at quarter time, and there was nothing in the first quarter to suggest it would be anything other than a regulation Eagles win.
But when the teams emerged from their huddles for the second quarter, suddenly the Cats lifted. The Eagles found themselves under siege as the Cats were picking up a greater share of the ball, and time and again would propel it into their forward 50. The Eagles were finding it hard to create chances, as an enthusiastic Camden lineup was taking the fight up to them. The second term would see the Cats win the quarter by three goals to one, and the margin was back to six points at the long break.
Suddenly it was a contest, and the third quarter was an arm-wrestle as two determined sides vied for supremacy. Every challenge the Eagles would launch would find the Cats come up with the answer to keep them in range. For a fleeting moment the Cats flirted with the lead, and hopes of a boilover were rising among the locals. The Cats won the quarter by three goals to two, with the Eagles leading by just two points at the last change.
It had been a brave fight by Camden, one that had put the Eagles under sustained pressure. But fighting so hard for so long took its toll. For three quarters the Cats had given it their all. But in the final term they had nothing more to give. The Cats were unable to score a goal in the final quarter, while the superior stamina of the Eagles shone through in the last quarter, as they added the last four goals of the game. Camden had been worthy opponents, but in the end it was the Eagles who took the match by 23 points.
Mark Weekes maintained his position as the competition’s leading goalkicker with a bag of four goals, while Brandon Clark, Keiran Emery and Ben Bourke were the Eagles’ best. The Eagles have three wins and a loss, remaining in third place. But they had to work hard to get this win.
Connor Marsh, Blake Pearce and Luke Vella figured prominently for the Cats. They weren’t able to get the points this time; but for the second week in a row they’ve put up a credible showing against one of the league’s top teams. It’s still early days in 2018, but so far the Cats have shown that they’re good enough to belong at this level.

Next weekend we have five Saturday games. Undefeated North Shore take on defending champions Pennant Hills at Blacktown in a game that could well prove pivotal to the fortunes of this season. St George, desperate to break through for their first win, have the home ground advantage when they play Manly at Olds Park; while UTS and Camden will be looking for their second win of the season when they face off at Waverley Oval.
East Coast will be looking to keep their winning form intact but will face stiff resistance from UNSW-ES when the two sides play off at Kanebridge Oval. And in a twilight fixture, top side Sydney Uni will take on a Wests team who are keenly awaiting their first win of the season.


Pennant Hills 2.3 6.4 12.6 16.8 (104)
Western Suburbs 1.1 3.3 6.6 11.9 (75)
Goals : Pennant Hills -
N Hey 6, T Edmonds 2, M Carey 2, N Low, A Goodall, M Preen, T Wales, N Mace, J Adams. Wests - C Dell 3, T Dell 2, P Maxwell 2, T Blake, D O’Connell, E Cole, C McEvoy-Gray.
Best : Pennant Hills - T Angel, A Goodall, L Shepherd, J Boag, N Hey, T Wales. Wests - C Dell, C McEvoy-Gray, J Robinson, T Blake, L Sands, R Bamford.
At Picken Oval, Wednesday 25th April 2018.

North Shore 2.2 7.4 10.5 13.7 (85)
University of Technology 1.2 3.5 4.7 5.8 (38)
Goals : North Shore -
W Blackburne 4, B Plug 3, K Devlin, M Thomas, A McConnell, A Morgan, E Sertbas, M Buskariol. UTS - J Reynolds 2, C Rogers, M May, A Bottomley.
Best : North Shore - S Carruthers, A McConnell, E Sertbas, K Devlin, S Crane, B Plug. UTS - S Jansen, J Moyle, F Cator, D Crouch, A Tarrant, E Karatzas.
At Kanebridge Oval, Saturday 28th April 2018.

Sydney University 3.5 6.10 13.18 17.26 (128)
St George 0.3 0.8 2.11 2.12 (24)
Goals : Sydney Uni -
T Davies 4, D Loffley 4, M Nettheim 3, O Wetzlar 2, S Gilfedder, T Cordner, A Clarke, D Johnson. St George – L Bognar, A Wann.
Best : Sydney Uni - A Clarke, D Loffley, B Biggs, N Foster, T Ayton, D Johnson. St George - D Michalak, T Coenen, W Horbury, L Bognar, D Cooper, B Hodgson.
At Sydney Uni No 1 Oval, Saturday 28th April 2018.

Manly-Warringah 1.3 3.3 7.3 11.4 (70)
Uni NSW-Eastern Suburbs 1.4 2.5 2.7 3.7 (25)
Goals : Manly -
D Michalak, T Coenen, W Horbury, L Bognar, D Cooper, B Hodgson. UNSW-ES – J Pawle 2, A Hailkas.
Best : Manly - C Pettersson, J Brain, T Armitage, H Koch, H Washington, J Field. UNSW-ES - T Banuelos, J Cann, K Reynolds-Erler.
At Weldon Oval, Saturday 28th April 2018.

East Coast Eagles 4.2 5.5 7.9 11.10 (76)
Camden 1.4 4.5 7.7 7.11 (53)
Goals : East Coast -
M Weekes 4, T Stubbs 2, P Vlatko 2, C Wilson, R Haupt, Jamie Vlatko. Camden - B Pearce 3, J Ware, C Marsh, D Leary, N Tait.
Best : East Coast - B Clark, K Emery, B Bourke, T Stubbs, Jamie Vlatko, E Kruger. Camden - C Marsh, B Pearce, L Vella, B Yakimov, S Doherty, M Maher.
At Fairfax Reserve, Saturday 28th April 2018.

 Play
Won
Draw
Lost
For
Agnst
Pts
%age
Strk
Sydney Uni
4
4
0
0
435
199
16
220.81
W4
North Shore
4
4
0
0
390
209
16
186.60
W4
East Coast
4
3
0
1
365
200
12
182.50
W2
Pennant Hills
4
3
0
1
354
278
12
127.34
W3
Manly
4
2
0
2
291
336
8
86.61
W1
UTS
4
2
0
2
238
334
8
71.26
L2
UNSW-ES
4
1
0
3
261
245
4
106.53
L1
Camden
4
1
0
3
321
373
4
86.06
L3
Wests
4
0
0
4
239
438
0
54.57
L4
St George
4
0
0
4
159
443
0
35.89
L3
Black - Confirmed finallists
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 - Wooden spoon

Premier Reserves:
Pennant Hills 6.11 (47) d Western Suburbs 4.8 (32)
UNSW-ES 19.11 (125) d Manly 5.7 (37)
North Shore 10.12 (72) d UTS 6.4 (40)
Camden 11.9 (75) d East Coast 6.12 (48)
Sydney Uni 8.7 (55) d St George 5.6 (36)
Ladder – Camden (16, 217.42%), UNSW-ES (16, 170.77%), Pennant Hills (12, 174.68%), Sydney Uni (12, 163.28%), East Coast (8, 130.57%), North Shore (8, 124.53%), UTS (4, 67.26%), St George (4, 66.04%), Wests (0, 37.78%), Manly (0, 32.73%).

Platinum Division:
Holroyd-Parramatta 14.11 (95) d South-West Sydney 4.7 (31)
Penrith 18.11 (119) d Southern Power 6.5 (41)
Western Magic 8.19 (67) d Macquarie Uni 5.11 (41)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Penrith (100, 353.75%), Western Magic (100, 143.94%), Holroyd-Parramatta (50, 120.09%), Southern Power (50, 94.49%), Macquarie Uni (33.33, 113.85%), South-West Sydney (25, 47.52%), Balmain (0, 50.90%).

Platinum Reserves:
Holroyd-Parramatta 12.10 (82) d South-West Sydney 4.6 (30)
Macquarie Uni 7.19 (61) d Western Magic 5.6 (36)
Penrith 13.7 (85) d Southern Power 7.5 (47)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Penrith (100, 343.88%), Macquarie Uni (100, 256.73%), Southern Power (75, 274.22%), Western Magic (33.33, 124.22%), Balmain (33.33, 88.80%), Holroyd-Parramatta (25, 54.01%), South-West Sydney (0, 10.15%).

Division One:
Sydney Uni 7.10 (52) d Randwick City 5.8 (38)
UTS 6.9 (45) d North Shore 4.7 (31)
Wollondilly 15.13 (103) d Campbelltown 1.3 (9)
NorWest 13.5 (83) d Pennant Hills 10.7 (67)
Ladder – Sydney Uni (12, 128.42%), NorWest (12, 91.47%), Randwick City (10, 204.69%), UTS (8, 120.75%), Wollondilly (8, 106.54%), Pennant Hills (6, 80.95%), North Shore (4, 146.63%), Campbelltown (4, 27.03%).

Division Two:
UTS 4.11 (35) d North Shore 5.4 (34)
Camden 15.7 (97) d East Coast 5.7 (37)
Western Suburbs 7.2 (44) d Pennant Hills 3.7 (25)
Sydney Uni 18.22 (130) d St George 0.0 (0)
UNSW-ES 11.7 (73) d Manly 6.7 (43)
Ladder – Sydney Uni (16, 613.92%), Camden (16, 373.12%), UNSW-ES (12, 220.16%), UTS (12, 135.76%), St George (8, 43.82%), East Coast (4, 74.92%), North Shore (4, 58.73%), Manly (4, 55.56%), Wests (4, 41.21%), Pennant Hills (0, 63.48%).

Division Three:
Macquarie Uni 7.4 (46) d Pennant Hills 4.3 (27)
Camden 7.11 (53) d North Shore 2.6 (18)
UNSW-ES 6.13 (49) d UTS 5.10 (40)
Sydney Uni 3.11 (29) d Randwick City 2.4 (16)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Macquarie Uni (100, 170.71%), UNSW-ES (75, 102.56%), Camden (66.67, 123.70%), Pennant Hills (50, 105.88%), Sydney Uni (50, 102.61%), Randwick City (33.33, 91.23%), North Shore (33.33, 56.29%), UTS (25, 90.56%), Campbelltown (0, 64.74%).

Under 19s One:
UNSW-ES 21.21 (147) d Manly 2.4 (16)
St George 9.9 (63) d Sydney Uni 2.11 (23)
Pennant Hills 11.4 (70) d North Shore 5.5 (35)
East Coast 10.13 (73) d Camden 10.7 (67)
Ladder – UNSW-ES (16, 302.34%), St George (12, 161.59%), Sydney Uni (12, 122.53%), Pennant Hills (8, 139.88%), North Shore (8, 91.46%), East Coast (4, 81.31%), Camden (4, 62.89%), Manly (0, 37.14%).

Under 19s Two:
Campbelltown 7.6 (48) d Penrith 6.8 (44)
Southern Power 14.11 (95) d St George 3.4 (22)
UNSW-ES 10.5 (65) d South-West Sydney 4.5 (29)
Wests Goannas 7.7 (49) d North Shore 3.0 (18)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Southern Power (100, 360.00%), UNSW-ES (75, 114.8%), Penrith (66.67, 250.54%), Wests Goannas (66.67, 170.37%), Campbelltown (66.67, 124.60%), St George (50, 87.56%), North Shore (25, 77.59%), Sydney Uni (0, 29.51%), South-West Sydney (0, 18.45%).

Women Premier Division:
UNSW-ES 17.9 (111) d Western Wolves 0.1 (1)
Auburn-Penrith 6.9 (45) d Southern Power 2.4 (16)
Macquarie Uni 5.3 (33) d Sydney Uni 2.1 (13)
Newtown 5.8 (38) d UTS 5.7 (37)
Ladder – Macquarie Uni (16, 224.10%), UNSW-ES (12, 417.86%), Auburn-Penrith (8, 117.59%), Newtown (8, 89.71%), Southern Power (8, 68.71%), Sydney Uni (4, 66.45%), UTS (4, 63.44%), Western Wolves (4, 45.85).

Women Division One:
Manly 6.11 (47) d North Shore 0.1 (1)
Pennant Hills 8.16 (64) d Sydney Uni 1.0 (6)
Wollongong 11.13 (79) d East Coast 4.4 (28)
Western Magic 9.10 (64) d UNSW-ES 1.3 (9)
Ladder – Wollongong (16, 491.38%), Pennant Hills (12, 314.29%), Manly (12, 191.51%), East Coast (12, 168.28%), Western Magic (8, 238.10%), North Shore (4, 48.40%), UNSW-ES (0, 20.89%), Sydney Uni (0, 1.83%).

Women Division Two:
South-West Sydney 15.10 (100) d Manly 1.0 (6)
Campbelltown 5.5 (35) d Wollondilly 2.5 (17)
Camden 15.24 (114) d North Shore 1.1 (7)
Holroyd-Parramatta 7.8 (50) d Auburn-Penrith 0.2 (2)
Newtown 2.4 (16) d UTS 1.8 (14)
Western Magic 11.16 (82) d Macquarie Uni 0.0 (0)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Holroyd-Parramatta (100, 1800.00%), Camden (100, 983.33%), Campbelltown (100, 731.58%), South-West Sydney (75, 309.09%), Pennant Hills (66.67, 376.47%), North Shore (50, 37.56%), UTS (33.33, 91.89%), Macquarie Uni (33.33, 17.45%), Wollondilly (25, 81.20%), Western Magic (25, 59.20%), Auburn-Penrith (25, 36.08%), Newtown (25, 30.00%), Manly (0, 1.73%).


NEXT WEEK’S MATCHES

Premier Division:

Saturday 5th May
Waverley Oval – UTS v Camden (2:15pm)
Blacktown ISP No 2 – North Shore v Pennant Hills (2:30pm)
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v UNSW-ES (2:30pm)
Olds Park – St George v Manly (2:30pm)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v Western Suburbs (4:50pm)

Premier Reserves:
Saturday 5th May
Waverley Oval – UTS v Camden (12:15pm)
Blacktown ISP No 2 – North Shore v Pennant Hills (12:30pm)
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v UNSW-ES (12:30pm)
Olds Park – St George v Manly (12:30pm)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v Western Suburbs (2:50pm)

Platinum Division:
Saturday 5th May
Waratah Oval – Southern Power v Holroyd-Parramatta (1:40pm)
Mahoney Park – Balmain v Western Magic (2:20pm)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v Penrith (4:20pm)
BYE – South-West Sydney.

Platinum Reserves:
Saturday 5th May
Waratah Oval – Southern Power v Holroyd-Parramatta (11:50am)
Mahoney Park – Balmain v Western Magic (12:30pm)
University Oval (North Oval) – Macquarie Uni v Penrith (5:30pm)
BYE – South-West Sydney.

Division One:
Saturday 5th May
Trumper Park – UTS v Randwick City (9:20am)
Blacktown ISP No 2 – North Shore v Pennant Hills (10:40am)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v Wollondilly (11:20am)
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v NorWest (2pm)

Division Two:
Saturday 5th May
Blacktown ISP No 2 – North Shore v Pennant Hills (9am)
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v UNSW-ES (9am)
Olds Park – St George v Manly (9am)
Waverley Oval – UTS v Camden (10:35am)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v Western Suburbs (1:10pm)

Division Three:
Friday 4th May
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v North Shore (7:30pm)
Saturday 5th May
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v Pennant Hills (12:20pm)
Village Green – UNSW-ES v Randwick City (1:50pm)
Trumper Park – UTS v Camden (2:30pm)
BYE – Sydney Uni.

Under 19s One:
Saturday 5th May
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v Pennant Hills (9:30am)
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v UNSW-ES (10:40am)
Olds Park – St George v Manly (10:40am)
Blacktown ISP No 2 – North Shore v Camden (5pm)

Under 19s Two:
Saturday 5th May
Waratah Oval – Southern Power v Penrith (8:30am)
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v North Shore (10:40am)
Rosedale Oval – South-West Sydney v Sydney Uni (12pm)
Village Green – UNSW-ES v Wests Goannas (12:10pm)
BYE – St George.

Women Premier Division:
Saturday 5th May
Waratah Oval – Southern Power v Western Wolves (10:10am)
Mahoney Park – Newtown v Sydney Uni (10:40am)
Trumper Park – UTS v UNSW-ES (11:10am)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v Auburn-Penrith (2:40pm)

Women Division One:
Saturday 5th May
Village Green – UNSW-ES v Pennant Hills (10:30am)
North Dalton Oval – Wollongong v Sydney Uni (12pm)
Weldon Oval – Manly v Western Magic (2:10pm)
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v North Shore (5pm)

Women Division Two:
Saturday 5th May
Mahoney Park – Newtown v Pennant Hills (9am)
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v Holroyd-Parramatta (9am)
Rosedale Oval – South-West Sydney v North Shore (10:20am)
Weldon Oval – Manly v Western Magic (12:30pm)
Trumper Park – UTS v Camden (12:50pm)
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v Auburn-Penrith (1pm)
BYE – Wollondilly.

Masters:
Saturday 5th May
Hannaford Oval – Wollondilly v St George (3pm)
Waratah Oval – Southern Masters v Sydney Uni (3:30pm)
Monarch Oval – Macarthur v Balmain (3:50pm)
Sunday 6th May
University Oval – Macquarie Uni v North-West Sydney (1pm)