Men’s Premier League

MWFA Premier League round seven review.

MOSMAN have proved they are the real deal this season after a gutsy 3-3 draw versus Brookvale on Saturday. The Blues were 2-0 up, only to see Mark Parkins and Finn McDonald square proceedings leading into halftime. When Lucas Cura slotted a penalty to mak

MWFA Premier League round 7 preview.

NARRABEEN coach Ross Talarico has declared Saturday’s away clash versus Manly Vale is a “six point game.” Both squads have struggled this year, with just a point between them after six rounds. A victory this weekend would be massive for

MWFA Premier League round six review.

DEE Why were in a ruthless mood on Saturday afternoon, outclassing St Augustine’s 7-3. It was the Swans’ first game of the season on home soil at Dee Why Oval, and they entertained from the kick-off. Jake Harris (3), Tommy Marshall (2), Dan Jo

MWFA Premier League round six preview.

BROOKVALE coach Simon Euers has heaped praise on league leaders CC Strikers, declaring their start to the 2018 season ‘very impressive.’ The teams meet at Graham Reserve this Saturday in what promises to be an enthralling spectacle. “The

MWFA Premier League round five review.

CC Strikers remain the only side unbeaten five rounds into the MWFA Premier League after they outclassed Narrabeen 4-1 on Saturday at St Matthews Farm. Michael Morrison (2), Jamie Brading and Sam Webber found the back of the net for the hosts in what was

MWFA Premier League round five preview.

DEE Why striker Matt Cooper is expecting a big response from his team ahead of Saturday’s tussle with Wakehurst at Lionel Watts. The injury hit Swans were poor last start, outclassed 4-1 by Pittwater RSL FC. It was in stark contrast to the Tigers, w

MWFA Premier League round four preview.

WAKEHURST facea stern test of character when they travel to Graham Reserve to tackle unbeaten Brookvale this Saturday. The Tigers recorded their first league win last start and coach Paul Juergens wants to see his team build on that encouraging performanc