Sunday Night Soccer?, Australia?s leading football program on FM radio 98.5, will broadcast for the last time on March 30.
Sutherland Sharks? 100% win record goes on the line when Brian Brown?s side travel to Belmore to face Sydney Olympic in Round 4 TeleChoice Premier League action this weekend.
Sutherland Sharks remain the only side with a 100% win record in the TeleChoice Premier League following Round 3 of the competition, which paired the Sharks and Manly United together.
Wollongong FC has put to bed a stalemate in Round 1 and a first half ambush in Round 2 by finishing off a determined A.P.I.A.-Leichhardt 2-0 in Wollongong on Sunday.
Penrith-Nepean United pulled off a come-from-behind win against table toppers West Sydney Berries at CUA Stadium on Sunday afternoon in the TeleChoice Premier League.
A controversial injury time penalty from Macarthur Rams striker Renato Jelen denied a resurgent Blacktown City Demons their first win of the season at Gabbie Stadium on Saturday evening.
Marconi versus Sydney Olympic: arguably the greatest of rivals in Australian football history.
Bankstown City again fell short of claiming maximum points from a League fixture this season following the scoreless draw against Sydney United.
A sensational match was played out between the Sutherland Sharks and Manly United at Seymour Shaw in a top-of-the-table clash as the home side edged out the visitors 2-1 on Saturday night.
2KY?s popular radio program Football Fever on 1017 AM will be featuring a TeleChoice Premier League special from this weekend onwards as all the results, tables and special interviews will now be evident on the well-liked...