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Sydney University Soccer Football Club have claimed the NPL NSW Women’s Club Championship in record time. Following Round 18 where First Grade recorded a convincing 4-0 victory over Blacktown and reserve grade also claimed a 2-1 win, they were able to secure the Championship with four rounds remaining.
When ranking the clubs within the NPL NSW Women’s Club Championship, points are calculated from all premiership matches in all grades, with First Grades premiership points multiplied by three and Reserve Grades premiership points a multiple of one. In a fantastic Club effort, Sydney University sit 35 points ahead of the Macarthur Rams on the table, a lead that cannot be chased down.
Currently, First Grade sit on top of the NPL1 NSW Women’s competition ladder, three points ahead of the Illawarra Stingrays. Sydney University face Football NSW Institute (4th), Emerging Jets (11th), North Shore (7th) and Manly (5th) in their race home to the premiership.
Reserve Grade are also sitting on top of the leader board with 16 wins, one loss and one draw for the season so far. Sitting five points clear of North Western Sydney, they also face Football NSW Institute (5th), Emerging Jets (9th), North Shore (4th) and Manly (3rd) in their last four rounds.