Wollongong FC has proved with their 3-0 victory over Bankstown City that they are true contenders for the 2008 NSW TeleChoice Premier League Championship.
Manly United moved to the top of the TeleChoice Premier League Table in emphatic style on Sunday afternoon after defeating Penrith-Nepean United 4-0 at CUA Stadium.
Sydney United got their season back to winning ways with an impressive performance against the recently improved A.P.I.A.-Leichhardt Tigers.
Marconi have yet to break their duck in securing a victory for 2008 after they were held to a 2-2 draw with the West Sydney Berries at Marconi Stadium on Saturday night.
Macarthur Rams and Sydney Olympic played out a goalless draw in wet conditions at the Campbelltown Sports Ground on Saturday night.
On a stormy night at Seymour Shaw Park Sutherland Sharks remained unbeaten for 2008 with a scoreless draw against a vastly improving Blacktown City.
Round 8 of the TeleChoice Premier League pits the top-two against sturdy opposition as neither Sutherland Sharks nor Manly United want to miss a beat as we approach the half-way point of the season.
Football NSW?s coveted Television program Football Stars of Tomorrow is ready to launch on the 28th April as Episode 1 takes centre stage on SBS which airs at 5.30pm.
Joseph Carlucci reviews round 7 of the TeleChoice Premier League
Manly United coach Phil Moss fears his team may give him heart palpitations after they snatched a injury time point following a dramatic 3-3 draw with APIA on Sunday.