Match Reports


South Coast Flame vs Parramatta FC

Saturday 4th June

Ian McLennan Park

U/20: 1:15pm

First Grade: 3:15pm

South Coast Flame will be taking on Parramatta FC in the first Saturday match at Ian McLennan Oval to continue the action in round 13 of League Three Men’s.

South Coast Flame is coming off a draw and loss in their last couple of matches, having won two in their last five.

The home sides’ form at Ian McLennan Oval has been impressive over the last month and a half, with South Coast having won their last three matches in Wollongong.

They’ll be looking to continue that run when taking on Parramatta FC, who could move two points behind Flame with a game in hand should they take all three points in this fixture.

Parramatta has won one of their last five matches, but within their last three losses, they went down 1-0, 1-0 and 2-0 by narrow scorelines.

They will be looking to gain their third victory of the campaign as they look to move towards the top half of the ladder.



South Coast Flame vs UNSW FC

Saturday 4th June

Ian McLennan Park

U/20: 5:15pm

First Grade: 7:15pm

Kicking off the second half of the season is some Saturday football between South Coast Flame FC and UNSW FC at Ian McLennan Park.

Both sides head into this contest picking up points in their previous contest. South Coast Flame FC were the winners in last week’s Match of the Round, 3-1 against Inter Lions. UNSW FC equalised late to secure a 1-1 draw against Central Coast Mariners.

South Coast Flame FC sit in a respectable tenth place after the first half of the League One Womens season in their debut campaign. Jessica Cruickshank has returned to goal scoring form in recent weeks and will be a danger for the students defence.

For the students, Marcella Santos found the back of the net in their draw last week. UNSW FC have had a stellar first half of the season, sat in sixth spot and well within striking distance of the finals if they keep their form up.



South Coast Flame vs Mounties Wanderers

Saturday 4th June

Ian McLennan Park

U/13: 8am

U/14: 9:35am

U/15: 12:30pm (Cook Park, Mount Pritchard)

U/16: 2pm (Cook Park, Mount Pritchard)

U/18: 11:15am


Rain has hampered our youth boys fixtures this week, with the U/15’s and U/16’s washed out after originally scheduled to be on field two at the furnace.

Our U/13’s win over third placed Hakoah last weekend has them in the box seat to take advantage of their games in hand over every team around them. They sit comfortably in the five with games in hand. The squad will see this weekend’s game as winnable as they take on 13th placed Mounties.

The U/14’s are also coming off a win last weekend, and could see themselves as high as sixth after playing their games in hand. It’s a must win this weekend as they take on Mounties, who are one spot and four points behind the Flame.

The U/15’s and U/16’s were originally set to play on field two at Ian McLennan Park this week, but with the ground not quite ready – they have had their fixtures reversed to Cook Park in Mount Pritchard.

A win is a must for our U/18’s this weekend, as they take on Mounties who are just one spot above the Flame. A win this weekend will see the squad jump Mounties. Mounties are coming off four-straight wins and a five game unbeaten run, so they come into this game in serious form.



Our youth girls games scheduled for Saturday morning against UNSW FC are washed out.


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