Our senior men, women and some youth boys squads are in action this weekend as wet weather has postponed our youth girls fixtures for Sunday, however our U/14 and U/16 youth girls are making the trip up the M7 to take on Mount Druitt in a catch-up game on Friday night.



South Coast Flame vs Hurstville FC

Sunday 1st May

Ian McLennan Park

U/20: 1:15pm

First Grade: 3:15pm

South Coast Flame will take on Hurstville FC in the first Sunday match of the round, fresh off their first victory of the season.

South Coast’s early spree propelled them to a 5-1 victory over Camden Tigers, with three goals in the opening nine minutes of play stunning their opponents.

They will be looking for a similarly fast start this weekend against a resolute Hurstville defence, which has conceded the joint third least goals in the competition.

Hurstville recorded a statement victory over Prospect United last weekend, prevailing 4-3 as both sides fielded young squads.

Interestingly, four out of Hurstville’s five victories this season have come by the solitary goal, as they currently sit second on the table, having only dropped points against Hawkesbury City and Newcastle so far in the League Three Men’s competition.

The Flame’s U/20’s will look to build on their solid start to the campaign, as they now sit inside the top five with games in hand over the sides above them. A win this weekend as well as wins in their catch-up games could see them very close to the top of the ladder.



South Coast Flame vs Marconi Stallions

Sunday 1st May

Ian McLennan Park

U/20: 5:15pm

First Grade: 7:15pm

Fresh from back-to-back wins, South Coast Flame FC host Marconi Stallions at Ian McLennan Park on Sunday night.

The Flame are white hot recently after their stunning 4-1 success against St George FC made it back-to-back wins for the first time in 2022. Marconi Stallions picked up a valuable three points in their 2-1 win against Inter Lions.

Riding back-to-back wins, South Coast Flame FC will look to add another huge scalp when they welcome one of the stalwarts of the competition to The Furnace. The combination between Emilia Skopal and Caley Tallon-Henniker were untouchable on Sunday and will be hard to stop again this weekend.

Points have been at a premium for Marconi Stallions in the first half of the season but four in the last fortnight is a good platform to boost from. If they can keep their defence intact they will go a long way to taking the points on Sunday.

The U/20’s will look to bounce back from their loss against St George last weekend, but face another tough challenge with Marconi in the top six with games in hand.


South Coast Flame vs Nepean FC

Sunday 1st May

Ian McLennan Park

U/13: Washed out

U/14: Washed out

U/15: 8am

U/16: 9:30am

U/18: 11:15am

This weekend’s youth boys fixture list has been shortened due to washouts, with only the U/15’s, U/16’s and U/18’s having their games played this weekend.

The U/15’s are coming off a draw against Spirit last weekend, and despite sitting 10th – they sit just three points outside of the top five in a very congested U/15’s competition. They take on Nepean who sit dead-last on just three points.

The U/16’s saw themselves go down by a goal against Spirit last weekend, however still only sit four points outside of the top five with a game in hand. This weekend’s clash is a big one for this age group as they take on fourth-placed Nepean. A win here would be massive for this age group.

The U/18’s suffered a tough 5-1 defeat at the hands of Spirit last weekend, and will need to find a win soon to remain in touch with the top half of the table. Nepean sit just two points ahead of the Flame, so expect another close one here.



All youth girls fixtures against Marconi scheduled for Sunday mooring are washed out, however our U/14’s and U/16’s play their catch-up fixtures against Mount Druitt tonight. The U/15’s will play their Mount Druitt catch-up game next Wednesday night.


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