Men’s Premier League

MWFA profile: Dan Grant.

THE chance to again play with former Manly United teammates Justin Hayward and Johnny Hall was the main reason Dan Grant joined Brookvale a few years ago. Now 26, the energetic midfielder was a key figure on Wednesday night when the Blues won the MWFA Cha

MWFA Premier League round 15 preview.

BROOKVALE coach Simon Euers could be excused for thinking this weekend has a Groundhog Day feel about it. The Blues take on CC Strikers in the match of the round at Cromer Park – just four days after the squads squared off in the MWFA Challenge Cup

MWFA Challenge Cup final review.

BROOKVALE produced a miracle escape on Wednesday night, fighting back from two goals down to beat CC Strikers 3-2 in the final of the MWFA Challenge Cup. Ryan Butcher’s men looked on course to finally win some silverware for the club, but the Blues

Wakehurst hit Manly Vale for six.

SHELDON Tweedie loves playing Manly Vale. On Saturday, the 20-year-old scored a hat-trick against the men from David Thomas Reserve -the second time he has achieved the feat this season in the MWFA Premier League. Dan Stuart, Daniel Khawam and Mikey Domje

MWFA Premier League preview.

MOSMAN coach Josh Ayscough knows his team needs to collectively rise ahead of Saturday’s home tussle against Dee Why. After a promising campaign, the Whales have struggled in recent weeks, dropping out of the top four. “The past three games we

MWFA profile: Narrabeen’s Adam Foti.

AT his peak, Adam Foti was a top class striker, playing abroad professionally in Greece and Cyprus. Now 34, his talent still remains, although like many his age can attest to, his body is starting to show signs of slowing down. After Narrabeen won the MWF

MWFA Premier League round 13 review.

CC Strikers are firming to play semi-final football in the MWFA Premier League this season after a thrilling 4-3 win against Mosman on Saturday. Ryan Butcher’s men were cruising early in the second half at Allan Border Oval, up 3-1, only to see the

MWFA Premier League round 13 preview.

PITTWATER RSL FC coach Adam Israel is anticipating a much improved showing from his team when they entertain Dee Why at Kitchener. The greens were flat last weekend, with Brookvale moving level on points at the top of the table after a hard fought 2-0 tri

MWFA Premier League round 12 review.

BROOKVALE have drawn level on points with league leaders Pittwater RSL FC after winning the top of the table clash on Saturday at Graham Reserve. It was a statement of intent from the Blues, who secured the victory thanks to a brace from striker Justin Ha

MWFA Premier League preview.

DEE Why’s top four aspirations are on the line this Saturday when they take on Seaforth at Dee Why Oval. The Swans are in seventh spot on the ladder, and striker Matt Cooper said nothing buta victory will be tolerated. “We don’t make exc