Article by Michael Shillito.

For the North Shore faithful, there was plenty to be excited about ahead of Round 2. The Bombers were coming home to Gore Hill Oval after more than a year on the road.
It’s been completely rebuilt, and you wouldn’t recognise it compared to how it was. It now runs east to west, with a new clubhouse and rooms stretching on the south-west pocket. There’s plans for a bigger clubhouse, but they’ll have to wait. The quagmire at the northern goal square and the concrete cricket pitch are gone, and won’t be missed.
And a new synthetic surface. In seasons past we’ve seen dustbowls at Gore Hill with players getting cuts and grazes every time they went to ground. Now it’ll still be green by late in the season, and it’ll stay open when it rains.
Conditions were good on Saturday for the second round. And it was an attractive contest for our match of the round, as the Bombers played host to local rivals Manly. The Wolves had given the Bombers plenty of grief since going up to Premier Division. But after the Bombers had a big win over Inner West Magpies in the opening round and the Wolves had gone down to Camden, the Bombers went into this clash as firm favourites.
The Bombers were quick out of the blocks, and controlled proceedings for much of the opening term. Some wasteful finishing would count against them, but the Wolves found themselves starved of possession and rarely ventured inside their forward 50. But for all their dominance, the Bombers could only manage two goals; and a major score after the siren to Manly cut the North Shore lead to 12 points at quarter time.
The Wolves were still close enough at quarter time to fight their way back into the contest. But it didn’t take long in the second for the Bombers to power away to a match-winning lead. Backing themselves in tight contests, winning the contested ball more often than not, and finding their targets with pinpoint accuracy, the Bombers were asserting themselves and showing exactly why they are title contenders this season. Five unanswered goals told the tale, as the Bombers raced to a 40-point lead at the long break.
By the time the players returned to the field for the third quarter, day was turning into night. The Bombers were a team on the way up, and Andrew McConnell was literally on the rise as he flew for a magnificent speckie on the wing early in the third term. The Wolves were unable to trouble the scorers in the third term, while the Bombers were in complete control. A return of 6.8 underlined their dominance, which could have been even more had a few shots not been squandered. But it looked a mismatch around the ground, the lopsided stats telling the tale as the Bombers extended their lead to 84 points at three quarter time.
The Bombers were turning on the trick shots early in the last term; the highlight being a run by Erol Sertbas that anyone watching would do anything just to be like him. Five goals to the Bombers completed the contest, and although the Wolves would grab two late goals; the Bombers’ night to remember was completed with a 105-point result.
Ned Campbell was in the thick of the action, finishing with four goals in a best on ground performance; while Kyle Devlin and Lachie Borg also featured prominently for the Bombers. Two games, two 100-point wins; it’s been a great start to the season for North Shore. Last year they led all the way through the home and away season but faded in the finals. This year’s quest to go all the way through the season is off to a great start, but there’s some tougher matches to come.
Lachlan Behagg, Alex Fraser and Levi Brain worked tirelessly for the Wolves in the face of adversity. But it wasn’t a great day for the Wolves. Winless after two rounds, the maroon and whites have plenty of work to do over the Easter break to get their season back on track.

Camden and Sydney Uni faced off at Fairfax Reserve on Saturday afternoon. Both teams had enjoyed opening round wins, and were looking to capitalise on that momentum.
The Students were looking the better side early on, putting the Cats under pressure and taking full advantage when scoring opportunities presented themselves. It was an opening quarter that would yield four goals to one in favour of the Students, and a 19-point quarter time lead; setting the tone for the one-sided nature of the game that would unfold.
As good as the Students had been in the first term, they were even better in the second. Getting first use of the ball out of the centre with regularity, and finding runners to sweep the ball forward at every opportunity. It was a high-scoring quarter of footy, both sides throwing caution to the wind and going on the attack; with the skilful players on both sides given the opportunity to shine. And it was the Students who would shine brighter, with seven goals to four for the quarter opening the lead up to 44 points at half time.
The Cats tried hard to stop the flow of Uni goals in the third term, but they were powerless to get themselves back in the contest. The Students had too many strong performers around the ground, big names living up to their reputation. The Cats didn’t have the firepower to go with them, and the Cats’ efforts in the third term could only see one goal come their way while the Students ran through another three.
59 points ahead at the last change, and the Students weren’t finished yet. Percentage could play a key role in how the ladder shapes up; and the Students had the sniff of an opportunity to give theirs a handy boost. And so there was to be no respite for the Cats in the final term, as the Students continued their relentless run. Six goals to one would be the result in the final quarter, with the Cats unable to find a way to stop the Uni juggernaut.
The final margin was 91 points. Spencer Krochmal, Sam Gilfedder and Tom Ayton were ball magnets all day for the Students, three contributors of many on a day when they sent a clear message to the league that they have a team capable of going one better than last year’s second place finish.
It was a tough afternoon for the Cats. Damon Franke, Baily McParland and Lachlan Maples never stopped putting in; but the Cats were outgunned on the day. They go into the Easter break with one win and one loss; and the next few weeks after the resumption will go a long way to determining how their second season in Premier Division will unfold.

Inner West Magpies hosted UNSW-ES Bulldogs at Picken Oval on Saturday afternoon. It was a match that put last year’s wooden spooners, coming off a heavy loss in the opening round; against the defending premiers. But if it was meant to be one-sided, someone forgot to give the Magpies a copy of the script; as the home side took it up to the Bulldogs.
The Bulldogs looked to start quickly, and put the attacking moves on early. But these Magpies weren’t going down without a fight, and some replying goals when they were needed kept them within striking distance. It was an entertaining opening quarter of footy, with the Bulldogs unable to shake off the efforts of the persistent Magpies, who were working hard to stay in the contest. The defending premiers kicked five goals to three in the first term and led by 12 points at quarter time, but it was evident they had a fight on their hands.
Encouraged by their opening quarter, the Magpies lifted another gear in the second. Suddenly, they were not just matching it around the ground with their opponents, but getting the better of the contest. Suddenly they were not just absorbing pressure, but dishing it out. And as the quarter drew on, they reeled in the deficit. Five goals to two for the quarter to the home side, and a rousing reception for the locals as they came in at half time with a shock four-point lead.
It was a battle for supremacy, and neither side was able to establish a clear superiority in a see-sawing third quarter. The Magpies were every bit as good as the Bulldogs around the ground, and had they kicked straighter during the third quarter they may have been able to put the Bulldogs under even more pressure. But the contest was on, both sides creating chances as the fortunes ebbed and flowed through an enthralling contest. The Bulldogs kicked five goals to three for the quarter, and led by five points at the last change. But the Magpies had put up a fight.
Sadly for the Magpies, after three quarters of matching it with the defending champions, they had nothing more to give. Their energy was spent, their game play could only go so far. And the Bulldogs were able to find another gear and power away with the game in the final quarter. The Bulldogs would add five unanswered goals in the final term, as the brave fight of the Magpies reached its limit and the Bulldogs had enough in the tank to make a getaway with the four points.
The final margin was 39 points after a contest which, for most of the afternoon, looked to be much closer. Jesse Aish was a standout up forward for the Bulldogs, landing seven goals when they were needed; and along with former Swan Dean Towers and Liam Hoy was among the Bulldogs’ best. Charlie Burgess-Hoar showed himself to be a forward on the rise with a return of four goals. The Bulldogs have been pushed in both their matches so far, but have found a way to win when under pressure and remain undefeated.
Ben Zoppo and Cooper Newton were a handy combination up forward for the Magpies, kicking five and four goals respectively. Jock White, Matthew Belbasis and Tyler Blake did good work around the ground for the Magpies. They weren’t able to get the win; but after a heavy defeat in the opening round, their brave fight will do a lot for the confidence and morale at Picken Oval. For three quarters they were good enough to match it with the competition’s best.

Meanwhile at Olds Park, St George played host to East Coast. The Dragons, after a heavy defeat to Sydney Uni in the opening ground, were looking to bounce back on their home turf; but it would be a tough assignment against an Eagles lineup who had enjoyed the spoils of victory in the opening round.
There wasn’t much to choose between the two sides in general play in the first quarter. But some inaccurate finishing by the Dragons killed their chances of building a lead that would put the Eagles under any sort of scoreboard pressure. The Dragons were getting the ball inside their forward 50 plenty of times, but frustration was mounting as shot after shot that should have been converted sailed wide of the big sticks. The Dragons were only able to come up with one goal in the first quarter, while three Eagle goals were enough for them to lead by nine points at the first change.
The Dragons were chasing from behind, having to take risks; and their chances came unstuck in the second term. Haunted again by poor finishing up forward, the Dragons turned the ball over too many times to give themselves any realistic chance of getting back into the contest. The Eagles didn’t have to do anything spectacular, but got on top around the ground in the second term and pulled away, putting the game out of the Dragons’ reach. Four goals to one for the quarter opened up a 28-point half time lead; and the Eagles were looking good at half time.
The East Coast defence was magnificently miserly, and the Dragons were unable to find a target up forward that would penetrate the defence and get them back into the contest. For all their efforts, the Dragons could only conjure up a single goal in the third term. The Eagles were clearly the better side, and had some handy focal points up forward to set up goal chances when they were needed. With four goals to one for the quarter, the Eagles led by 46 points at the last change; and the contest was already effectively decided.
The Eagles were on top, and would go on with the job in the last quarter. The Dragons were having a game to forget, and would not add another goal in the final term. Six goals would go the Eagles’ way, as they faced minimal resistance and controlled proceedings around the ground. When the final siren sounded, the Eagles had completed an 83-point win.
Jamie Vlatko was unstoppable up forward for the Eagles, booting eight goals through to race to the top of the goalkicking ladder; and along with Andrew Browning and Stuart Turner was among the Eagles’ best. Two handy wins for the Eagles, conceding just eight goals in the first two rounds; and they come into the Easter break with the season off to a flyer and plenty of confidence.
Liam Bognar, Riley Irvin and Dom Michalak were best for St George. But it was a disappointing day for the Dragons, scoring just three goals and thoroughly outplayed by the Eagles. After two big losses, the Dragons sit at the bottom of the ladder, and they will need the Easter break to regroup and reset themselves before moving back up the ladder when the competition resumes.

Meanwhile at Trumper Park, UTS Bats were playing host to Pennant Hills Demons. Both teams went into the game coming off opening round defeats, and were looking to open their 2019 account.
Little separated the two sides in the opening term. It was a willing contest around the ground, with both teams putting in maximum effort and nullifying any advantage they saw in the other. The Demons won the quarter by three goals to two, leading by six points at the first change; but there wasn’t much in it in general play.
The game opened up in the second quarter, and the Bats were coming up with the answering goals whenever the Demons looked like establishing a sizeable advantage. Both teams had no shortage of players putting themselves on the line for the cause, and an enthralling contest was unfolding. There wasn’t much in it, but the Demons again had the slightest of advantages, kicking four goals to three and extending their lead to 11 points at the long break.
A two-goal advantage was helpful for the Demons, but it was in the third quarter when they made the decisive break and set up their match-winning lead. Players who had been kept quiet in the first half began to get more touches and exert more influence over the contest, and the Demons were finding themselves with the lion’s share of possession and taking full advantage around the ground. It wasn’t a long period when they were on top, but enough to establish a lead from which the Bats were never going to recover. Five goals to two for the quarter saw the Demons leading by 34 points at three quarter time, and the game was safely won.
The last quarter was a shootout. The Bats, if they were to have any chance, had no option but to throw caution to the wind and go for all-out attack. They had six goals to make up, and managed to kick six goals in the final term. But the Demons were able to hit back every time, as the attacking mindset the Bats were forced to adopt left them lacking in defence. The Demons would also kick the ball through the big sticks six times; a marathon final quarter finishing with the Demons 35 points to the good.
Theo Moraitis was impressive on the forward line for the Demons, finishing with six goals; while Ranga Ediriwickrama, Josh Boag and Bailey O’Brien were impressive performers around the ground. The Demons have started with an honourable loss to UNSW-ES and a win over UTS; moving into the top five and beginning to build some momentum.
For the Bats, Tim McKenzie, Tim Garvey and Adam Tarrant were their best. It had been an entertaining contest, much higher scoring than the Bats’ opening round. But they find themselves with two losses to start the season. Neither by massive amounts, but the Bats will be keen to start stringing some wins together when the competition resumes.

The competition will take a week off for Easter before resuming the following weekend, with matches scheduled for Anzac Day Thursday, Saturday and Sunday; that could be pivotal to how the ladder takes shape.

North Shore 2.6 7.8 13.16 18.21 (129)
Manly-Warringah 1.0 1.4 1.4 3.6 (24)
Goals : North Shore –
N Campbell 4, B Cunningham 3, M Buskariol 3, C Barker 2, C Silvester, C Loone, L Borg, J McKenzie, E Sertbas, S Lee-Steere. Manly – T Wright, A Pilat, A Adams.
Best : North Shore – N Campbell, K Devlin, L Borg, B Parks, S Barkley. Manly – L Behagg, A Fraser, L Brain, G Benbow, C Bousamra, D Meadows.
At Gore Hill Oval, Saturday 13th April 2019.

Sydney University 4.3 11.5 14.8 20.12 (132)
Camden 1.2 4.3 5.3 6.5 (41)
Goals : Sydney Uni –
T Cordner 3, W Stratford 3, S Gilfedder 2, D Bonney 2, T Ayton 2, M Nettheim 2, T Dunlop 2, C Williams, A Birman, R Lucas, D Johnson. Camden – M Maher, K Stuart, M Broadstock, M Sapiatzer, D McParland, J Ware.
Best : Sydney Uni – S Krochmal, S Gilfedder, T Ayton, D Johnson, C Williams, T Cordner. Camden – D Franke, B McParland, L Maples, T Georgiou, M Coleman, N Kenny.
At Fairfax Reserve, Saturday 13th April 2019.

Uni NSW-Eastern Suburbs 5.2 7.5 12.7 17.12 (114)
Inner West Magpies 3.2 8.3 11.8 11.9 (75)
Goals : UNSW-ES –
J Aish 7, C Burgess-Hoar 4, D Towers, J Wachman, L Hoy, H Nichols, M Rossmann, N McGann. Inner West – B Zoppo 5, C Newton 4, C Dell, C Bateman.
Best : UNSW-ES – D Towers, J Aish, L Hoy, C Burgess-Hoar, J O’Dwyer, K Reynolds-Erler. Inner West – J White, M Belbasis, T Blake, M McGowan, J Robinson, B Zoppo.
At Picken Oval, Saturday 13th April 2019.

East Coast Eagles 3.2 7.7 11.8 17.10 (112)
St George 1.5 2.9 3.10 3.11 (29)
Goals : East Coast –
J Vlatko 8, K Merson 3, A Rickett 2, K Emery 2, M Eastman, J Battistella. St George – M Griffiths, B Jones, M Saunders.
Best : East Coast – A Browning, S Turner, J Vlatko, L Mansour, A Drinkwater, B Jones. St George – L Bognar, R Irvin, D Michalak, M Saunders, P Tegg, C McCoy.
At Olds Park, Saturday 13th April 2019.

Pennant Hills 3.1 7.3 12.9 18.12 (120)
University of Technology 2.1 5.4 7.5 13.7 (85)
Goals : Pennant Hills -
T Moraitis 6, B Thompson 2, M Blow 2, M Carey 2, B O'Brien 2, P Witt, N Mace, A Crisfield, R Ediriwickrama. UTS - S Jansen 2, A Balales 2, T McKenzie 2, J Mather, T Drum, N Daniel, J Harrison, D Smith, A McKenzie, C Van Dijken.
Best : Pennant Hills - R Ediriwickrama, J Boag, B O'Brien, T Moraitis, M Thomas, A Crisfield. UTS - T McKenzie, T Garvey, A Tarrant, N Daniel, T Drum, J Moyle.
At Trumper Park, Saturday 13th April 2019.

North Shore
Sydney Uni
East Coast
Pennant Hills
Inner West
St George
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

Mens Premier Reserves:
UNSW-ES 23.18 (156) d Inner West 3.4 (22)
Pennant Hills 17.12 (114) d UTS 5.6 (36)
Sydney Uni 13.12 (90) d Camden 7.5 (47)
St George 11.5 (71) d East Coast 7.2 (44)
North Shore 22.20 (152) d Manly 1.3 (9)
Ladder – North Shore (8, 752.94%), Pennant Hills (8, 239.53%), Sydney Uni (8, 204.21%), UNSW-ES (4, 180.70%), Camden (4, 120.37%), St George (4, 80.41%), UTS (4, 63.64%), East Coast (0, 63.16%), Inner West (0, 18.08%), Manly (0, 11.49%).

Platinum Division:
Southern Power 20.16 (136) d Western Magic 2.3 (15)
Penrith 12.12 (84) d Balmain 8.7 (55)
Macquarie Uni 11.12 (78) d South-West Sydney 8.7 (55)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Southern Power (100, 420.00%), Holroyd-Parramatta (100, 297.30%), Penrith (50, 105.22%), Macquarie Uni (50, 85.51%), Western Magic (50, 48.70%), Balmain (0, 65.48%), South-West Sydney (0, 42.55%).

Platinum Reserves:
Southern Power 14.12 (96)
Penrith 13.7 (85) d Balmain 4.9 (33)
Macquarie Uni 21.24 (150) d South-West Sydney 0.1 (1)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Southern Power (100, 659.26%), Holroyd-Parramatta (100, 266.67%), Penrith (100, 241.67%), Macquarie Uni (50, 190.36%), Balmain (0, 38.62%), Western Magic (0, 31.35%), South-West Sydney (0, 13.48%).

Mens Division One:
Campbelltown 8.11 (59) d Wollondilly 4.4 (28)
Pennant Hills 14.11 (95) d UTS 9.4 (58)
Sydney Uni 17.9 (111) d NorWest 10.3 (63)
North Shore 10.8 (68) d Randwick City 9.7 (61)
Ladder – Sydney Uni (8, 209.41%), North Shore (8, 122.76%), Campbelltown (4, 132.56%), Randwick City (4, 115.20%), Pennant Hills (4, 107.80%), UTS (4, 77.33%), NorWest (0, 64.43%), Wollondilly (0, 39.68%).

Mens Division Two:
Pennant Hills 14.6 (90)
Camden 7.10 (52) d Sydney Uni 7.8 (50)
St George 8.16 (64) d East Coast 4.2 (26)
North Shore 9.18 (72) d Manly 2.3 (15)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – North Shore (100, 480.00%), UNSW-ES (100, 477.78%), St George (50, 139.51%), Sydney Uni (50, 103.96%), East Coast (50, 94.50%), Camden (50, 77.69%), Manly (50, 75.44%), Pennant Hills (50, 62.90%), UTS (0, 61.08%).

Mens Division Three:
UTS 7.12 (54) d Pennant Hills 4.8 (32)
Macquarie Uni 10.15 (75) d Campbelltown 4.1 (25)
Camden 13.3 (81) d UNSW-ES 4.10 (34)
North Shore 9.11 (65) d Sydney Uni 5.8 (38)
Randwick City 24.11 (155) d NorWest 4.3 (27)
Southern Power 13.14 (92) d North Shore Red 2.3 (15)
Ladder – North Shore (8, 536.84%), Southern Power (8, 392.50%), Randwick City (8, 392.31%), Camden (8, 291.38%), UTS (8, 171.43%), Macquarie Uni (4, 111.11%), UNSW-ES (4, 70.40%), Pennant Hills (0, 45.45%), Campbelltown (0, 44.68%), Sydney Uni (0, 40.52%), North Shore Red (0, 40.41%), NorWest (0, 9.18%).

Under 19s One:
Camden 14.8 (92) d Pennant Hills 4.3 (27)
East Coast 9.7 (61) d St George 7.7 (49)
North Shore 15.11 (101) d Manly 5.7 (37)
Sydney Uni 10.11 (71) d UNSW-ES 10.9 (69)
Ladder – East Coast (8, 178.48%), Sydney Uni (8, 166.33%), UNSW-ES (4, 271.62%), Camden (4, 115.75%), North Shore (4, 111.97%), Manly (4, 87.82%), St George (0, 50.98%), Pennant Hills (0, 13.39%).

Under 19s Two:
North Shore 9.7 (61) d Penrith 6.11 (47)
Southern Power 9.6 (60) d UNSW-ES 4.11 (35)
Sydney Uni 10.6 (66) d South-West Blues 5.17 (47)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – West Goannas (100, 417.39%), Sydney Uni (100, 250.55%), North Shore (100, 129.79%), Penrith (50, 231.94%), Southern Power (50, 58.96%), South-West Blues (0, 43.21%), UNSW-ES (0, 25.56%).

Womens Premier Division:
UNSW-ES 12.9 (81) d Inner West 4.3 (27)
Southern Power 10.11 (71) d UTS 2.3 (15)
Sydney Uni 9.14 (68) d Newtown 0.3 (3)
East Coast 6.7 (43) d Macquarie Uni 4.3 (27)
Ladder – East Coast (8, 438.24%), Sydney Uni (8, 362.96%), Macquarie Uni (4, 223.53%), UNSW-ES (4, 184.21%), Inner West (4, 164.37%), Southern Power (4, 27.45%), UTS (0, 12.43%), Newtown (0, 4.89%).

Womens Division One:
Pennant Hills 5.11 (41) d Holroyd-Parramatta 3.4 (22)
Manly 10.12 (72) d Penrith 1.2 (8)
North Shore 6.8 (44) d Western Magic 1.4 (10)
Wollongong 16.5 (101) d Camden 5.3 (33)
Ladder – Manly (8, 403.33%), North Shore (8, 152.94%), Wollongong (4, 170.97%), Holroyd-Parramatta (4, 161.02%), Western Magic (4, 112.00%), Pennant Hills (4, 88.73%), Camden (0, 29.31%), Penrith (0, 11.86%).

Womens Division Two:
UNSW-ES 10.10 (70) d Campbelltown 0.1 (1)
Pennant Hills 5.6 (36) d North Shore 2.3 (15)
Sydney Uni 4.10 (34) d Newtown 1.3 (9)
Macquarie Uni 13.8 (96) d East Coast 4.4 (28)
South-West Sydney 4.12 (36) d Wollondilly 0.2 (2)
Ladder – South-West Sydney (8, 1475.00%), Pennant Hills (8, 523.53%), UNSW-ES (8, 342.86%), Macquarie Uni (8, 242.86%), Sydney Uni (4, 115.25%), Wollondilly (4, 66.67%), North Shore (0, 52.17%), East Coast (0, 41.94%), Newtown (0, 12.93%), Campbelltown (0, 2.44%).

Womens Division Three:
Manly 11.22 (88) d North Shore 0.1 (1)
UTS 3.11 (29) d Southern Power 2.2 (14)
St George 5.11 (41) d Newtown 0.0 (0)
Western Magic 4.13 (37) d Holroyd-Parramatta 1.4 (10)
Ladder (Match Ratio) – Manly (100, 8800.00%), Pennant Hills (100, 516.67%), UTS (100, 168.00%), St George (50, 217.24%), Western Magic (50, 208.70%), Holroyd-Parramatta (50, 80.00%), North Shore (50, 27.27%), Southern Power (0, 73.63%), Newtown (0, 8.33%).


Mens Premier Division:

Thursday 25th April
Picken Oval – Inner West v Pennant Hills (1pm)
Saturday 27th April
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v Camden (2:30pm)
Waverley Oval – UTS v Sydney Uni (2:30pm)
Weldon Oval – Manly v St George (2:30pm)
Sunday 28th April
Henson Park – UNSW-ES v North Shore (3:30pm)

Mens Premier Reserves:
Thursday 25th April
Picken Oval – Inner West v Pennant Hills (10am)
Saturday 27th April
Weldon Oval – Manly v St George (12:15pm)
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v Camden (12:30pm)
Waverley Oval – UTS v Sydney Uni (12:30pm)
Sunday 28th April
Henson Park – UNSW-ES v North Shore (11:40am)

Platinum Division:
Saturday 27th April
Greygums Oval – Penrith v Holroyd-Parramatta (2pm)
Macquarie Uni (Northern Oval – Macquarie Uni v Western Magic (4pm)
Rosedale Oval- South-West Sydney v Balmain (4:30pm)
BYE – Southern Power.

Platinum Reserves:
Saturday 27th April
Greygums Oval – Penrith v Holroyd-Parramatta (12pm)
Macquarie Uni (Northern Oval) – Macquarie Uni v Western Magic (2pm)
Rosedale Oval – South-West Sydney v Balmain (2pm)
BYE – Southern Power.

Mens Division One:
Saturday 27th April
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v Randwick City (12:20pm)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v UTS (3:40pm)
Hannaford Oval – Wollondilly v NorWest (4pm)
Gore Hill Oval – North Shore v Pennant Hills (4:20pm)

Mens Division Two:
Saturday 27th April
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v Camden (9am)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v UTS (2pm)
Weldon Oval – Manly v St George (7pm)
Sunday 28th April
Henson Park – UNSW-ES v North Shore (10am)
BYE – Pennant Hills.

Mens Division Three:
Saturday 27th April
Macquarie Uni (Northern Oval – Macquarie Uni v UNSW-ES (9am)
Bensons Lane – NorWest v North Shore Red (10am)
Weldon Oval – Southern Power v Camden (10am)
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v Randwick City (10:40am)
Gore Hill Oval – North Shore v UTS (2:50pm)
Henson Park – Sydney Uni v Pennant Hills (4:50pm)

Under 19s One:
Saturday 27th April
Kanebridge Oval – East Coast v Camden (10:40am)
Henson Park – Sydney Uni v Pennant Hills (2:30pm)
Weldon Oval – Manly v St George (5pm)
Sunday 28th April
Henson Park – UNSW-ES v North Shore (1:40pm)

Under 19s Two:
Saturday 27th April
Greygums Oval – Penrith v West Goannas (8:30am)
Village Green – UNSW-ES v Sydney Uni (10:40am)
Gore Hill Oval – North Shore v South-West Blues (1:10pm)
BYE – Southern Power.

Womens Premier Division:
Saturday 27th April
Waverley Oval – UTS v Sydney Uni (10:50am)
Macquarie Uni (Northern Oval) – Macquarie Uni v Newtown (12:20pm)
Waratah Oval – Southern Power v UNSW-ES (1:30pm)
Picken Oval – Inner West v East Coast (3pm)

Womens Division One:
Saturday 27th April
Greygums Oval – Penrith v Holroyd-Parramatta (10:15am)
Hollymount Park – Wollongong v Western Magic (10:30am)
Weldon Oval – Manly v Camden (10:30am)
Gore Hill Oval – North Shore v Pennant Hills (11:50am)

Womens Division Two:
Saturday 27th April
Monarch Oval – Campbelltown v South-West Sydney (9am)
Village Green – UNSW-ES v Pennant Hills (9am)
Gore Hill Oval – North Shore v East Coast (10:10am)
Macquarie Uni (Northern Oval) – Macquarie Uni v Newtown (10:40am)
Sydney Uni No 1 Oval – Sydney Uni v Wollondilly (12:20pm)

Womens Division Three:
Saturday 27th April
Gore Hill Oval – North Shore v Holroyd-Parramatta (8:30am)
Waratah Oval – Southern Power v Pennant Hills (11:40am)
Blacktown iSP No 2 – Western Magic v St George (1pm)
Weldon Oval- Manly v Newtown (3:20pm)