Men’s Premier League

MPL Brookvale finish in top 4.

BROOKVALE have found form when it matters, coming from nowhere to finish in the top four of the MWFA Premier League. On Saturday they ran riot, winning 7-0 against Manly Vale. Unai Bell and Matt Molloy, both stood out, finishing with hat-tricks respective

Too late for Brookie?.

BROOKVALE’s impressive late season charge in the MWFA Premier League could see them enter the top four this Saturday – at the perfect time of year. In what has been an inconsistent campaign for the Blues, three points against relegated Manly V

Too long between semis for Dee Why PL.

DEE Why will play in the MWFA Premier League semi-finals for the first time since 2003 after beating CC Strikers 2-1 on Saturday. Matt Cooper and Aaron Dunne scored the goals at St Matthews Farm, with other results seeing the Swans now sitting in second s

Big game for the Beenies.

NARRABEEN skipper Mark Femia insists his team isn’t rattled ahead of Saturday’s trip to David Thomas Reserve to play Manly Vale. Vale, who looked certain to be relegated a few weeks ago, kept their season alive after beating Mosman 1-0 last st

CC Strikers after top four position.

CC Strikers are still in the hunt for the top four after beating Pittwater RSL FC 3-1 on Saturday. Skipper Luke Curnow (2) and Sam Webber scored the goals at Kitchener, ending Pitts’ dreams of an unbeaten season in the league. Ryan Butcher was elate

Dee Why MPL working on second position.

DEE Why finally returned to form on Saturday, hammering Wakehurst 5-2 at Dee Why Oval. Swans striker and captain Matt Cooper led by example, scoring four goals. It followed a lean recent run, with a shock loss to Manly Vale and a draw with Narrabeen. Coac

Back to basics for Dee Why.

DEE WHY striker Matt Cooper expects his team to find their mojo at home this Saturday versus Wakehurst. The Swans have struggled in their past two games, losing to Manly Vale and drawing with Narrabeen. As a result, Stuart Nairn’s men have dropped t