PS4 NPL New South Wales Men's 1
SYDNEY United 58 are the 2015 Waratah Cup champions after outlasting Blacktown City 1-0 in a tense clash at Valentine Sports...[more]
The lowest ranked club in the Round of 32 the Westfield FFA Cup 2015, Football NSW’s State League 1 outfit Balmain Tigers, will...[more]
Panni Nikas takes part in his fourth Waratah Cup final on Sunday afternoon, his first in Sydney United 58 colours. He has two...[more]
Sydney United 58 FC face a tough test in Sunday’s Waratah Cup final against Blacktown City FC, but Stjepan Paric is confident...[more]
Yianni Perkatis has experienced both the highs and lows of life in football. The 21-year-old is looking forward to Sundays’...[more]
Sasa Macura will take to the field on Sunday afternoon at Valentine Sports Park in hope of making it back to back Waratah Cup...[more]
It was an interesting round of football as this week’s PS4 NPL NSW Men’s 1 Team of the Week took shape. Blacktown City heads the...[more]
  • BLACKTOWN City took a big step towards the Premiership by taking a scarcely deserved point in the blockbuster Match of the Round against APIA Leichhardt Tigers. The results leaves Blacktown City three points clear at the top,...[more]

  • ROUND sixteen of the Grade 20s competition played out over the weekend, with three matches across both Saturday and Sunday afternoons as Sutherland Sharks held their place at the top of the Grade 20s ladder. This week's match of...[more]

  • MANLY United finally found their goal scoring boots at Cromer Park on Sunday afternoon, thrashing a woeful Marconi Stallions 4-1. Backing up from Wednesday night's rescheduled 2-2 draw with Parramatta FC at Melita...[more]

  • ROCKDALE City Suns overcame Sydney Olympic at a packed Ilinden Sports Centre despite playing the entire second half with only ten players after the sending off of goalkeeper Ivan Necevski just before the break. After the game...[more]

  • BLACKTOWN Spartans travelled to face South Coast Wolves and took the points with a 3-0 victory at WIN Stadium. A double from the penalty spot by Shu Sasaki in the first half and a late Josh Tanner goal was enough as Spartans...[more]

  • BONNYRIGG White Eagles came back after conceding an early goal, to take all three points against Sutherland Sharks. It was the visitors who hit the front in the second minuted when Jordan Figon sent in a cross which James...[more]

  • THE competition's top two teams came together and in the end the ladder leaders Blacktown City were probably lucky to take a point against a fired up APIA Leichhardt Tigers. Most of the first half was played in the Blacktown...[more]