Next weekend we will take the opportunity to look back on what has happened and take a peek at what may happen over the coming weeks as we rapidly approach the finals series.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers are sitting at the top of the table after they claimed ten points from their visit to ninth placed Stanmore Hawks from whom the Rangers had taken all fifteen of the first round points.
Second placed St George pocketed ten points from they short trip to fifth placed Hakoah. The clubs had split the first round points at seven apiece.
Gladesville Ryde Magic are in third position after they split the points with seventh placed Schofields Scorpions with each club taking seven points from the day. When they met last time around Magic took eight points from the clash.
Fourth placed Hills Brumbies could take only six points from their visit to Camden Tigers who used their nine points share to move up two places to sixth. The Brumbies had claimed ten points from the first round encounter. In addition, Hills and Nepean earned seven points each from their Round 13 catch-up matches.
Southern Branch are in eighth position after they gained only four points from their journey to Northbridge who have remained at tenth despite picking up ten points from the day. Southern had taken a dozen points when the clubs met in the first round.
Twelfth placed Mountains United earned nine points from their encounter with eleventh placed Nepean who had pocket all fifteen of the first round points.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers have a handsome lead at the top of the table following their 3-0 success over fifth placed Stanmore Hawks who the Rangers had beaten 3-1 last time they met.
Second placed St George came up with a 4-2 victory over fourth placed Hakoah who had claimed the first round points with a 2-0 result.
Gladesville Ryde Magic are in third position after they suffered a “shock” 1-0 loss to eleventh placed Schofields Scorpions who had lost the first round match by a 3-1 scoreline.
Sixth placed Hills Brumbies were beaten 2-0 by seventh placed Camden Tigers who had gone down 2-1 when the met the Brumbies last time. Hills also lost 1-0 when they faced Nepean in a Round 13 catch-up match.
Northbridge are placed eight following their 1-0 victory over tenth placed Southern Branch, reversing the first round outcome when Southern were 2-1 winners.
Ninth placed Nepean suffered a 2-0 loss when they faced twelfth placed Mountains United and that squared the ledger as Nepean had taken the first round points with a 2-0 result.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers are the competition frontrunners following their 3-0 result over eleventh placed Stanmore Hawks, giving the Rangers the double as they were 2-0 winners last time around.
St George are in second spot thanks to they 2-1 success over Hakoah who have slipped back one place to ninth. Hakoah had won the first round encounter 1-0.
Hills Brumbies climbed two places to third when they were 1-0 winners over Camden Tigers who have fallen back one place to seventh. The first round match ended in a 2-2 draw. Hills also recorded a scoreless draw when they met Nepean in a Round 13 catch-up match.
Gladesville Ryde Magic dropped back one place to fourth when they suffered a 1-0 loss to Schofields Scorpions who have climbed two places to fifth. That completes the double for the Scorpions as they were 3-1 winners in the first round.
Southern Branch fell back two places to sixth after they lost 5-1 to tenth placed Northbridge, squaring the account as Southern had taken the points last time with a 4-2 result.
Eighth placed Nepean were held to a 1-1 draw by twelfth placed Mountains United who had gone down 3-0 last time they saw Nepean.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers maintained their slender lead at the top of the table with a 1-0 victory over ninth placed Stanmore Hawks who the Rangers had beaten 5-0 in the first round clash.
Second placed St George produced a solid 4-0 win over fifth placed Hakoah and that gave the saints the double as they had won the first round match 4-1.
Hills Brumbies moved up one place to third thanks to their 3-1 victory over eleventh placed Camden Tigers who had last the previous encounter 2-1. The Brumbies were also 3-1 winners over Nepean in a Round 13 catch-up match.
Gladesville Ryde Magic slipped back to fourth despite their 2-1 success over sixth placed Schofields Scorpions. When these teams faced each other last time the match finished in a 2-2 draw.
Seventh placed Southern Branch came up with a 3-1 win when they met eighth placed Northbridge, giving Southern the double as they were 3-1 winners in the first round.
Nepean are placed tenth following their scoreless draw with twelfth placed Mountains United who had lost the first round match 8-1.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers maintained their lead on the competition table when they were held to a scoreless draw by fifth paced Stanmore Hawks who had lost the first round match 6-1.
Second placed Southern Branch battled out a 2-2 draw with twelfth placed Northbridge who had lost the last meeting with Southern by a 5-0 scoreline.
Gladesville Ryde Magic are in third position thanks to their 1-1 draw with tenth placed Schofields Scorpions. The first round match involving these teams ended at 1-1.
Fourth placed Hakoah battled out a 2-2 draw with St George after Hakoah had claimed all the first round points with a 1-0 result.
Mountains United are in sixth spot following their scoreless draw with Nepean who have climbed one place to seventh. The first round points went to Nepean when they won by the odd goal in five. Nepean claimed all the points from their Round 13 catch-up match against Hills Brumbies thanks to a 1-0 result.
Hills Brumbies dropped back one place to eighth when they were beaten 1-0 by eleventh placed Camden Tigers who had lost the first round encounter 3-0.
Camden Tigers climbed one place to the top of the table with a 2-0 victory over fifth placed Hills Brumbies who the Tigers had beaten 4-1 the first time around. Hills posted an impressive 8-2 result when they met Nepean in a Round 13 catch-up match.
Mt Druitt Town Rangers slipped back to second when they suffered a 3-2 loss to eighth placed Stanmore Hawks who had lost their first round encounter with the Rangers 2-1.
Gladesville Ryde Magic moved up one place to third with a 4-2 win over Schofields Scorpions who have fallen back one place to seventh. Magic had claimed the points last time following a 3-2 result.
St George dropped back one place to fourth when they suffered a 4-1 loss to ninth placed Hakoah. The first round match ended in a 2-2 draw.
Northbridge moved up one position to sixth when they claimed the points with a 5-1 success over twelfth placed Southern Branch who they had beaten 5-0 last time around.
Mountains United and Nepean swapped places on the table when Mountains produced a strong 6-0 victory over Nepean and the teams are now tenth and eleventh respectively. Nepean had taken the first round points with a 2-1 win.
Source FNSW -By Barry Davis