Men’s Premier League
Beacon Hill vs Brookvale – 3pm – Beacon Hill Reserve, Field 2
It all comes down to the last round of the season to determine who will be in the premier league play-off on Tuesday night. (PLEASE NOTE: There will be no Play-Off Match due to the results from the 13th August)
There are three possible outcomes from this weekend which will see one of our premier league teams fight for their spot in the 2023 season.
Beacon Hill are currently in the clear sitting on 21 points however a Brookvale victory this Saturday could see Beacon Hill drop into the play-off position.
It is a must win game for both sides and with the bottom of the table as tight as it is there is a chance that both Beacon Hill and Brookvale will be safe from relegation.
With Harbord separating our two match of the round teams there is the possibility that Harbord will find themselves on the bottom.
Beacon Hill will be hoping to repeat their previous success in front of a home crowd as last time these teams met Beacon Hill defeated Brookvale 3-2. However, with everything to play for Brookvale won’t make it easy for the hosts.
It is the match of the round not to be missed.
Men’s Premier League Fixtures
Wakehurst vs BTH – Lionel Watts, Field 4 – 3pm
St Augustine’s vs Curl Curl – Cromer Park Field 2 – 3pm
CC Strikers vs Pittwater – St Matthews Farm, Field 4 – 3pm
Narrabeen vs Forest Killarney – Narrabeen High – 3pm
Harbord vs Mosman – Harbord Park Field 2 – 3pm
Women’s Premier League
Seaforth vs Mosman – 3pm – Allan Border Field 1
Seaforth FC have been crowned champions and they enter the final round of the competition undefeated and this Sunday’s match against Mosman will be their last test.
It is a top and bottom of the table clash however this does not mean that it will be an easy feat for Seaforth.
With a nothing to lose attitude from Mosman they will be determined to be the one and only team to take down the champions.
With Seaforth only have drawn two games all season, including the Challenge Cup competition, they will be determined to make it through the 2022 season without a loss.
Seaforth’s job won’t be finished on Sunday though as they prepare for a finals series. They will be checking the scores closely this weekend as they wait to see if Wakehurst will steal fourth place out from Beacon Hill and who their opponent will be next Sunday.
Women’s Premier League Fixtures
Beacon Hill vs Brookvale – Beacon Hill Reserve Field 1 – 3pm
Wakehurst vs Manly Allambie – Lionel Watts Field 4 – 3pm
Manly Vale vs Pittwater – David Thomas Field 2 – 3pm
*BTH have the bye