Round Six of the PS4 NPL NSW Men’s 1 saw all matches played over the weekend with some great individual performances earning them their places in the Team of the Week.
Sydney Olympic’s Paul Henderson kept his third clean sheet of the 2015 season which saw him take the number one jersey.
Even though he was on the losing side, Bonnyrigg White Eagles captain Chris Tadrosse was his side’s best player on the park with his marauding runs down the left. Sydney United 58’s captain Ibrahim Haydar has been a rock at the back for his side this season and the skipper showed that again, earning his place in defence.
With his keeper already in the team, Sydney Olympic’s Leigh Egger has been an integral part of the Blues’ defensive record, contributing greatly to the three clean sheets. The Blacktown Spartans battled hard on Saturday night, taking all three points and not conceding a goal with youngster Spiros Agathos at the top of his defensive duties.
Mitchell Stamatellis put in a man of the match performance for Sydney United 58 on Sunday in his first match back from injury, governing the midfield and putting himself about all over the pitch. Franco Parisi has been in red-hot form this season for APIA Leichhardt Tigers and seems like he has turned the clock back which showed against the Sharks in a masterful display.
Mitchell Long has been instrumental for the Blacktown Spartans this season with the experience he brings to a relatively young side. His goal helped the Spartans to a 3-0 win on Saturday night.
Parramatta FC’s Juan Carlos Chavez has been a constant threat in attack and was one of Franco Consentino’s most dangerous players on the weekend.
Blake Powell has shot his APIA Leichhardt Tigers side to third spot on the ladder, scoring eight goals so far this season, leading the scorer’s charts. Blacktown City’s speedster Danny Choi also takes his spot in a front three after his man of the match performance on Sunday.