Action from the 2023 Round 6 MWFA Women's Premier League game between Curl Curl and Brookvale. Photo credit: Jeremy Denham

Our women’s teams have had Sapphire Cup, State Cup and Challenge Cup games over the last two weeks, now it’s time for Women’s Premier League Round 7. Only two points separates fourth place from eighth place – everything points to another hotly contested round of WPL games!

Wakehurst will be looking to shrug off Wednesday’s Challenge Cup heartbreak when they take on Curl Curl. These two teams come into this clash on the same number of points, with Curl Curl in fourth and Wakehurst in fifth, so expect a close game at Abbott Road.

Beacon Hill are flying high in second place, and they’re also into Round 3 of the Football NSW State Cup after a convincing victory over Lokomotiv Cove. Their next assignment is a trip to Grahams Reserve for a game against Brookvale, who are trying to bounce back from last week’s Sapphire Cup defeat.

Pittwater RSL were victorious against Leichhardt Saints in last weekend’s State Cup action – they’ll want to build momentum and climb the ladder. However, third placed Manly Vale will have plenty of motivation as they look to keep pace with the top two teams.

Finally, Seaforth have the task of backing up from State Cup success and their dramatic triumph in the Challenge Cup Final. The league leaders travel to Millers Reserve for a clash with Manly Allambie, who are seeking a return to winning ways.


Match Details – Women’s Premier League Round 7

Sunday 28 May, 3pm

Curl Curl v Wakehurst, Abbott Road Field 5
Brookvale v Beacon Hill, Grahams Reserve Field 1
Pittwater RSL v Manly Vale, Kitchener Park Field 1
Manly Allambie v Seaforth, Millers Reserve Field 2


Feature image courtesy Jeremy Denham (https://www.facetphotography.com.au/)


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