UNSW FC vs South Coast Flame 

Friday 10th June

Hensley Athletic Field

U/20: 6pm

First Grade: 8pm

On Friday night, UNSW FC will come up against South Coast Flame at Hensley Athletic Field to begin the round 14 matches for the weekend.

UNSW propelled themselves to third place on the table while picking up a point against Hurstville FC last weekend to increase their unbeaten streak to seven matches.

Their last loss was sustained in mid-April with a 3-2 defeat to Nepean FC, and since then they’ve won four and drawn three games.

They will be looking to continue their run on form on Friday against South Coast Flame, who have won two of their last four matches.

South Coast has won their last four home matches in a row but will have to travel to Hensley Athletic Park to face UNSW in a tricky Friday fixture.

The away side for this match currently sits seventh on the table and will be looking to increase their pressure on the sides above, while UNSW will look to continue to establish themselves in the top four.

It’s a big fixture for the U/20’s as they take on second placed UNSW, where a win would give the Flame a big chance for a push into the top two. They will want to bounce back after their defeat to Parramatta last time out.



Camden Tigers vs South Coast Flame

Sunday 12th June

Ron Dine Oval

U/20: 1:05pm

First Grade: 3pm

Camden Tigers welcome South Coast Flame FC for an entertaining clash at Ron Dine Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

These two teams both come off last start losses and aim to rebound this weekend. Camden Tigers led twice before they were defeated 3-2 by Inter Lions. South Coast Flame FC lost 2-0 to UNSW FC on Saturday afternoon.

Last time these two played, it was one of the games of the early League One Womens season in a superb 3-3 draw. The Tigers clawed back a point in dramatic style but after two good performances in recent weeks will want to take all three points.

South Coast Flame FC showed in their win against Inter Lions, they can find goals when they need it and beat anyone in the competition. In Jessica Cruickshank and Caley Tallon-Henniker they have two fabulous players who can break open any game.

Our U/20’s sit just three points behind Camden and face a must win game this weekend if they are to climb up the ladder.



Central Coast United vs South Coast Flame

Saturday 11th June

Pluim Park

U/13: 8:30am

U/14: 10:05am

U/15: 11:40pm

U/16: 1:15pm

U/18: 3pm

Our high-flying U/13’s could very well see themselves at the top of the pile if they win their catch up games and their fixture this weekend. The squad is on a run of four wins and four clean sheets in a row, with an aggregate score of 12-0 in their favour over the last four games.

A win for the U/14’s this weekend will be crucial in closing the gap to the top five, as the top five are slightly breaking away. The 14’s have lost just one of their last five games.

The U/15’s are coming off a wash out last weekend against Mounties, though a win this weekend will cement their spot in the top five as they currently sit fifth, with a game in hand on teams chasing them.

The U/16’s will be looking to get back into the winners circle this week after their wash out last weekend and defeats in their previous two fixtures. Central Coast United currently sit 13th, so a win is a must this weekend.

While the U/18’s sit in 11th, they only sit just six points outside of the top five in a tight U/18’s competition. A few wins going their way, starting this weekend against 15th placed Central Coast, will give them a big chance at a push for the top five.



Camden Tigers vs South Coast Flame

Sunday 12th June

Ron Dine Oval

U/14: 8:20am

U/15: 9:55am

U/16: 11:25am

The youth girls face three big games this weekend after their wash out last week, as they look to repeat their clean sweep of Camden from last time out.

The U/14’s are looking to make it two in a row after their win against Inter Lions. They defeated Camden 2-0 last time out.

The U/15’s will look to replicate their performance against Camden from earlier in the season, where they recorded a dominant  4-0 win.

The U/16’s are hoping that the players that featured in the U/20’s last weekend will bring a new sense of energy into the squad, as they look to make it two wins over Camden this year.


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