Semi Final Sunday in Champion of Champions

Manly Vale's W18 team have progressed to the 2023 Champion of Champions semi-finals. Photo credit: Jeremy Denham

2023 has been a great year for the MWFA teams participating in the Football NSW Champion of Champions tournament. Incredibly, 14 of our teams have progressed to the semi-finals, which will be held on Sunday.

Cromer Park is once again set to be a hive of activity, with the first game kicking off at 9am and the final fixture scheduled for 5:45pm. In total, eight semi-finals will be played at Cromer Park across fields 1 & 2, so there will be plenty of opportunity to head down there and support your team as they battle for a place in the Final!

See below for a full list of the fixtures involving MWFA teams.


Champion of Champions 2023
Quarter Finals
Sunday 15 October

13 Girls – BTH Raiders v Kellyville United, 9am, Cromer Park Field 1
14 Girls – Lilli Pilli v CC Strikers, 9am, 5sports Field 1
15 Girls – Wakehurst v Harrington United, 10:15am, Cromer Park Field 1
16 Girls – Pittwater RSL v Kincumber, 1:30pm, Valentine Sports Park Field 3
18 Women – Marton v Manly Vale, 1:45pm, Cromer Park Field 1
All Age Women – Seaforth v Woonona Sharks, 4pm, Cromer Park Field 2
Over 30 Women – Forest Killarney v Thirroul, 11:45am, Cromer Park Field 1

13 Boys – Earlwood Wanderers v BTH Raiders, 9am, Rudd Park Field 1
15 Boys – Greenacre Eagles v Forest Killarney, 10am, Padstow Park Field 1
16 Boys – Enfield v St Augustine’s, 12:45pm, Rudd Park Field 1
18 Men – Wakehurst v Berkeley Vale, 3:45pm, Cromer Park Field 1
21 Men – Auburn District v Brookvale, 6pm, Cromer Park Field 2
All Age Men – Pittwater v Glebe Gorillas, 5:45pm, Cromer Park Field 1
Over 45 Men – Cronulla Seagulls v Mosman, 10:15am, 5sports Field 1


Click here to see all Champion of Champions fixtures.


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