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Sydney University maintained third place on the NPL NSW Women’s ladder with a nil-all draw against second-placed Northern Tigers at North Turramurra Recreation Centre on Sunday.

While the Students missed a chance to edge into a share of the competition lead, they are still in a healthy position in a congested top six.

Sydney Olympic head the NPL NSW Women’s ladder on 17 points with a for and against advantage over Northern Tigers (17), while Sydney University (15), Illawarra Stingrays (14), NWS Koalas (13) and Football NSW Institute (12) make up the top six after eight rounds.

The Students (24) head the Reserve Grade ladder on for and against advantage over NWS Koalas (24), with Manly United (15), Blacktown Spartans (15), Bankstown City (15) and Sydney Olympic (12) making up the top six. Sydney University Reserve Grade have posted 45 goals while conceding just two in their eight outings.

Sydney University also head the Under 17 ladder, with seven wins and a loss; are fourth on the Under 15 ladder, and third on the Under 14 ladder.

The Students will host Manly United at Sydney University Football Ground this Sunday, with the action stating at 10am.

 

NPL NSW Women’s competition – Round 8

 

First Grade: Northern Tigers FC 0 drew with Sydney University SFC 0 at North Turramurra Recreation Centre on Sunday.

 

Reserve Grade: Sydney University 2 (Mackenzie Hawkesby, Jessica Cirignano) defeated Northern Tigers FC 0 at North Turramurra Recreation Centre on Sunday.

 

Under 17: Sydney University 4 (Tulley McEvoy, Lexi Fleischer, Juliet Williams, Nahla Quadan) defeated Northern Tigers FC 0 at North Turramurra Recreation Centre on Sunday.

 

Under 15: Sydney University SFC 4 (Alyssa Schwereb, Jaslyn Moore, Helena Malesci, Talia Kapetanellis) defeated Northern Tigers FC 1 (Claudia Johnston) at North Turramurra Recreation Centre on Sunday.

 

Under 14: Northern Tigers FC 1 (Eliza Brown) drew with Sydney University SFC 1 (Ronit Goldman) at North Turramurra Recreation Centre on Sunday.

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