With rain threatening before the weekend, only one match was ultimately washed out in the PS4 NPL NSW Men’s 1 competition. Parramatta FC & Manly United won’t feature in this week’s Team of the Week.
Blacktown City shot stopper Nenad Vekic found himself in between the sticks for the first time this season as he kept a clean sheet and starred in their victory over the Sutherland Sharks.
Brett Studman storms into Team of the Week’s defensive line after a solid performance on Saturday night.
Sydney United 58 FC’s Ibrahim Haydar kept quiet the often clinical attacks of Sydney Olympic, helping his side to a cleansheet in the process.
Despite the Sutherland Sharks going down, Perry Moustakas showed his worth and earning a spot in defence. Rockdale City Suns workhorse Taku Murayama was an played a pivotal role in their victory over the Bonnyrigg White Eagles, and makes up the final palyer in the back four.
APIA Leichhardt Tigers’ Nick Olsen continued his good form in recent weeks, picking up a goal and Man of the Match award after his teams win to seal his place in a midfield of three.
Panny Nikas put on a show, announcing his return to form for Sydney United 58 FC with a brace, one from the spot and the other a fantastic long range bomb, thus cementing his place in the side.
South Coast Wolves’ Peter Simonovski scored a late winner on Saturday night to help his side to an important victory.
It didn’t take APIA Leichhardt Tigers’ Blake Powell long to get back on the scorers list, picking up two against the hapless Blacktown Spartans to take his tally to an impressive 15 goals.
Blacktown City hit the top of the league thanks to a late Danny Choi winner, earning Choi a place in the Team of the Week.
Rockdale City Suns can look toward Alec Urosevski who was dazzling in the Suns’ massive victory over the White Eagles.