Hawkesbury City FC vs South Coast Flame

Saturday 18th June

Valentine Sports Park 2

U/20: 5:30pm

First Grade: 7:30pm

League leaders Hawkesbury City will continue round 15 of League Three Men’s action when hosting South Coast Flame on Saturday at Valentine Sports Park.

With two wins in a row, Hawkesbury has moved four points clear of second-placed Hurstville on the ladder.

They’ll be wary of Newcastle flying through, however, with the Jets only five points behind with three games in hand, but will be aiming to find their third straight win against South Coast Flame to continue their momentum in the second half of the campaign.

The away side for this match has won two out of their last five games, including their most recent match against Parramatta.

Coming into this game, South Coast Flame will have competed in a midweek match against UNSW, with the two sides going head to head on Wednesday night.

The U/20’s will look to build on their big win against second placed UNSW last week as they take on sixth placed Hawkesbury. The U/20’s are one of four teams on 19 points in a super tight competition, however still have make up games to play.



South Coast Flame vs Bankstown United FC

Saturday 18th June

Ian McLennan Park 2

U/13: 9am

U/14: 10:35am

U/15: 12:10pm

U/16: 1:45pm

U/18: 3:30pm


Suffering just their second loss of the year against Central Coast last week, the U/13’s face another big game as they take on a Bankstown side equal on points with the Flame. Despite the loss, the U/13’s still sit in the top five and can jump to second with wins in their catch up games.

The U/14’s are coming off a 0-0 draw last weekend, but face a big test as they take on third placed Bankstown. The U/14’s  currently sit 10th, but games in hand mean they can jump to as high as 7th.

The U/15’s are coming off a big win last weekend, and currently sit in fourth with games in hand on the teams above. They will see this game against 11th placed Bankstown as winnable.

The eighth placed U/16’s face a big game against the sixth placed Bankstown United side, with a win needed in order to shrink the gap between the top seven and the rest.

The U/18’s suffered defeat at the hands of Central Coast last weekend, however the 12th placed Flame still sit just six points out of the top five in an extremely tight competition. A win against the last placed Bankstown this weekend is much needed.



South Coast Flame vs Nepean FC

Ian McLennan Park 1

Saturday 18th June

U/20: 1:15pm

First Grade: 3:15pm


Saturday afternoon is a great time for football when South Coast Flame FC welcome Nepean FC to Sir Ian McLennan Park to kick-off Round 18.

Both teams come off last start wins in impressive fashion. South Coast Flame FC were 2-1 winners against Camden Tigers in the south-west. Nepean FC produced a stellar result in their 1-0 success against Central Coast Mariners.

South Coast Flame FC have enjoyed some bright moments in their debut campaign thus far and a key part to that has been the form of Rachelle Wang. The attacker brings the energy and her work helps get the young side moving forward.

Nepean FC are floating on a high after their upset win against the Mariners. Coach Ben Gough has developed his side’s style in his short reign and they have been hard to break down so the Flame will need to be on their game.

The Flame’s U/20’s will be looking to bounce back from a disappointing defeat against Camden last weekend as they face a Nepean side in which they defeated last time out.



South Coast Flame vs Nepean FC

Saturday 18th June

Ian McLennan Park 1

U/14: 8:20am

U/15: 9:55am

U/16: 11:30am

Our U/14’s are looking to make it three wins in a row this weekend as they take on 11th placed Nepean. Last time out, Nepean came out as narrow winners however the Flame considered themselves unlucky in that fixture.

The U/15’s are coming off their biggest win of the season last weekend, and take on a Nepean side which they defeated last time out in Penrith.

Finally, the U/16’s are coming off a disappointing draw against Camden last weekend, however will fancy their chances against a Nepean side in which they defeated last time out.


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