Men’s Football

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

Premier League | Round 8 Review.

NARRABEEN are on track to win back to back titles after thumping Wakehurst 5-0 on Saturday. Strikers Justin Hayward and Jakub Sklenar both finished with braces in the one sided affair at Narrabeen Sports High. “The boys did well, we wore them down,&

Premier League | Round 8 Preview.

NARRABEEN skipper Mark Femia has been impressed by Wakehurst’s start to the season – but still feels they will come up short this weekend at Narrabeen Sports High. The league leaders were scratchy in their 1-0 win over Dee Why last Saturday, a

MWFA profile: Adam Bosward.

ADAM Bosward had nothing to prove to anyone. In his three seasons with Pittwater RSL FC in the MWFA Premier League from 2012-14, he won countless trophies. Scored plenty of goals as well. But in the end, Bosward’s burning desire to prove to himself

MWFA profile: Nick Tomaino.

ST Augustine’s run to the MWFA FA Cup final this season has been nothing short of brilliant. Narrabeen (4-0), Seaforth (7-0) and Manly Vale (5-0), have been brushed aside with ease, setting up a showdown with either Pittwater RSL FC or CC Strikers,