Round Two of the PlayStation®4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s 2016 season put some impressive talent on display with some decent performances.


There were some big comebacks and some impressive goals but Round 2 went a bit like this:

Sutherland Sharks FC 3

Blacktown City FC 4

Seymour Shaw

A huge comeback from Blacktown City FC proved they mean business this season. City came back from a three goal deficit to win the game in the most exciting game of the round.

 

Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC 1

Blacktown Spartans FC 2

Bonnyrigg Sports Club

Bonnyrigg scored the first goal of the night but an incredible goal from Yianni Perkatis put Spartans back in the game and a goal from Anthony Proia sealed the deal for Blacktown, earning them their first win of the season.

 

Hakoah Sydney City East FC 0

Rockdale City Suns FC 2

Hensley Athletic Field

Rockdale proved too much for Hakoah who are yet to win in their first season in the league. Suns managed two goals in the second half to take the win and take second place on the ladder.

 

Sydney Olympic FC 1

Manly United FC 1

Belmore Sports Ground

A late goal for Sydney Olympic earned them a draw against Manly United as Jacob Boutoubia equalised in the 91st minute. Manly let three points slip out of their grasp leaving them in eleventh place on the ladder.

 

Parramatta FC 0

APIA Leichhardt Tigers FC 0

Melita Stadium

An inability to finish some crucial opportunities left Parramatta and Leichhardt in a scoreless deadlock. The draw worked in favour of Parramatta who remain unbeaten sitting in this position while Leichhardt will need to improve their standing and prove they are a threat this season as they currently sit in ninth spot.

 

Sydney United 58 FC 2

Wollongong Wolves FC 1

Sydney United fought hard to take the win against Wollongong as both teams put their competitive sides on display. Both teams now have one win to their name sitting in seventh and sixth respectively.

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Round 3 should highlight the threatening teams of the season with the match ups as follows:

APIA Leichhardt Tigers FC v Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC

Lambert Park

Manly United FC v Parramatta FC

Cromer Park

Blacktown Spartans FC v Hakoah Sydney City East FC

Blacktown Football Park

Blacktown City FC v Sydney Olympic FC

Lilys Football Centre

Rockdale City Suns FC v Wollongong Wolves FC

Ilinden Sports Centre

Sydney United 58 FC v Sutherland Sharks FC

Sydney United Sports Centre

 

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