Men’s Football

Premier League | Round 11 Review.

LOSING 5-0 to Brookvale last weekend could work in Narrabeen’s favour ahead of their top of the table game with Pittwater RSL FC this Saturday at Kitchener. Pitts also tasted defeat, dusted 2-0 on the road versus Mosman. Narrabeen skipper Mark Femia

MWFA to Showcase Under 18 Talent Pool.

THE Manly Warringah Football Association have named a 18s boys select squad to play Manly United’s 18s later this month in a friendly at Cromer Park. It follows two previous games this year between Manly United against combined MWFA Premier League m

St Augustine’s win MWFA FA Cup.

JOSH Jacka-Easter will forever be etched in St Augustine’s Premier League football history after scoring the winner in the final of the MWFA FA Cup on Wednesday night versus Pittwater RSL FC. Saints were underdogs heading into the decider, but took

Premier League | Round 10 Preview.

LEAGUE leaders Narrabeen travel to Graham Reserve this weekend to face a desperate Brookvale. While Mark Femia and company are flying, the same can’t be said for the Blues. They are battling to avoid relegation, and Femia knows Brookie will be despe

MWFA FA Cup final preview.

ST Augustine’s Premier League coach Nick Tomaino will encourage his players to savour the occasion when they take on Pittwater RSL FC in the MWFA FA Cup final next Wednesday night at Cromer Park. Pitts deserve the favourites tag, but Saints are not

Premier League | Round 17 Preview.

MID TABLE Dee Why fancy their chances against Pittwater RSL FC this Saturday at Dee Why Oval. The Swans were impressive in their last start 3-1 win versus Manly Vale and are looking to make their home patch a Fortress. “We don’t fear anyone, a

Premier League | Round 9 Review.

SEAFORTH’s season is no longer on life support following a hard fought 2-1 win against Manly Allambie on Saturday. Veteran Matt Gale and one time Manly United striker Michael McGinley scored the goals for the hosts at Seaforth Oval, but coach Adam I

Premier League | Round 9 Preview.

DESPITE losing 5-0 to Narrabeen last round, Wakehurst are confident ahead of Pittwater RSL FC’s visit to Lionel Watts this Saturday. The Tigers were unbeaten before they were outclassed by the ruthless league leaders. “It was a funny game, we