Thursday, 23 June 2016

PREVIEW: New-FM 1st Division Round 16


1st Grade:
Toronto-Awaba F.C (9th) v South Cardiff F.C (10th)
Last Time They Met: South Cardiff 1-2 Toronto-Awaba
Kickoff: 2:30pm

It's a big game in the race to avoid the wooden spoon and it's a chance for both teams to prove they've got a win in them. Toronto-Awaba enter this game on the back of eight-straight losses; I know, technically their 'loss' to Wallsend was reversed but there's a difference in winning on the day and winning by default due to an opposition admin error. In Layman's terms, the Stags are up against it.

South Cardiff come into this match with key defender Cameron Treweek back in the squad but will be without Jack Parkinson for the remainder of the season. It's been a disappointing season for the Gunners. As of late luck has let them down. Tight losses against Kahibah, Lakes and West Wallsend as well as a last-minute 4-4 draw with Cessnock City. They're more than due for a win and it should be coming here against an out of form Toronto side. Football is a strange game though and the Stags know this is an important match.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 1-3 South Cardiff

Johnny Nicholson grabbed a goal in Toronto's midweek loss to Cessnock City.
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Under 23's:
Toronto-Awaba F.C (11th) v South Cardiff F.C (3rd)
Last Time They Met: South Cardiff 2-0 Toronto-Awaba
Kickoff: 12:45pm

It's almost certain that Toronto-Awaba's Under 23's will end the season with the dreaded wooden spoon. It's been a disappointing campaign for the Stags and with just the lone win all season, they sit seven points behind West Wallsend and at this stage are playing simply for pride more than anything.

It's an opposite story for their opponents, South Cardiff. Whilst Lake Macquarie City seemingly have the premiership wrapped up, the Gunners and indeed other sides around them will be aiming to avoid 4th-place and a clash with the Roosters in the Semi Finals. The inconsistency of Cooks Hill and Belmont-Swansea opened the door for Southy and they've still got a game in hand to jump to second next Wednesday night.

The Gunners downed Toronto-Awaba 2-0 back in their Round 5 meeting and if form is anything to go by, it could very well be a similar result this time round.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 0-2 South Cardiff

Southy's Liam Parkinson v Kahibah F.C 
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Under 19's:
Toronto-Awaba F.C (11th) v South Cardiff F.C (7th)
Last Time They Met: South Cardiff 5-1 Toronto-Awaba
Kickoff: 11:00am

Toronto-Awaba are battling an uphill battle to avoid the dreaded wooden spoon in the 19's and they've got an important home match against South Cardiff coming up. The side are capable of quality performances, like their epic 4-4 draw with West Wallsend and a 2-0 win over Wallsend. They'll need more of that if they're to overcome a quality South Cardiff side.

The Gunners produced a big win over Kahibah two weeks ago but couldn't beat Singleton in a vital match at Howe Park mid-week. Their finals hopes are very slim but this game is important for them. When they met in Round 5, Southy were big winners, 5-1. A brace each to quality attackers Josh Iannazzo and James Wootton as well as a goal to Aaron Gunn fired them to a big win. Expect more of the same here. And keep an eye out for captain Isaac Roman who has two rare goals in his last two games.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 0-2 South Cardiff

Toronto's 19's will be looking to move off the bottom of the league with a win on Saturday.
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Under 17's:
Toronto-Awaba F.C (6th) v South Cardiff F.C (8th)
Last Time They Met: South Cardiff 0-1 Toronto-Awaba
Kickoff: 9:15am

It's becoming do or die for Toronto-Awaba's Under 17's and their search for finals football. After starting the season so well they've stumbled at times and at other times they've shown brilliance to pick up some quality results. Inconsistency has proven costly and a last time out 1-1 draw with Cessnock City in a fiery match-up would have been frustrating to say the very least.

On Saturday they take on a South Cardiff side that can challenge the best sides on their day. Southy were unlucky not to get a result at Kahibah a couple weeks back and with some quality players, I feel as though their best day would see them knock off nearly every team in the competition. Like Toronto, the Gunners have been victims of their own inconsistency.

Attacking football will be on display and I feel like Toronto-Awaba especially will be putting everything they have into this match-up. There's quality in both line-ups and it'll no doubt be the match of the day at Lyall Peacock Field. It's a big game for the home side and I believe they'll scrape out a result. Southy are a tough challenge though.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 2-1 South Cardiff

South Cardiff's Ethan Spiers played in goals and on the field for the 17's.

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Newysports Featured Match:


1st Grade:
West Wallsend SFC (7th) v Thornton Redbacks (5th)
Last Time They Met: Thornton 3-2 West Wallsend
Kickoff: 4:00pm

West Wallsend were eyeing off a finals spot but losing three points for their win against Kahibah (fielding a suspended player) cost them dearly and they were smashed 7-0, albeit with several players missing in a key match away to Lake Macquarie City. Their chances have seemingly gone out the window and they'll need to be on their toes against a desperate Thornton side.

Thornton Redbacks were denied by sheer bad luck last weekend in their FFA Cup loss to Singleton as they could only find the crossbar two or three times in a frantic finish. They were arguably outplayed on the day but the game was definitely still alive and the chances on another day would have seen them come away with a win.

Darrel McAllister's side sit seven points behind Wallsend F.C with a game in hand and indeed a trip to The Gardens coming up next weekend. The next week and a half (including next Wednesday's rescheduled game v Belswans) will simply make or break Thornton's seasons. It's time for the Redbacks to prove what they're made of. They won the first match and with a near full-strength squad, I can see them giving Westy a true test.

My Tip: West Wallsend 1-2 Thornton Redbacks

It's been a frustrating time as of late for Jarrod Olivieri and West Wallsend.
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Under 23's
West Wallsend SFC (10th) v Thornton Redbacks (9th)
Last Time They Met: Thornton 3-1 West Wallsend
Kickoff: 2:15pm

It's a strange league table in the Under 23's. There's Lakes well and truly on top and then there's just a six point gap between 2nd and 9th. Then Westy six points behind Thornton in 10th and then Toronto in last. Finals are a real possibility for Thornton but Westy need to win this game to keep their slim chances alive.

The last two weeks before last week's break weekend were nothing short of a horror-show for the Bluebells' 23's. A lacklustre effort in the Derby saw them smashed for seven by Wallsend and it didn't get much better in a mid-week trip to league-leading Lakes where they were downed 6-0.

Thornton are the defending champions and will be aiming to make the finals once again. It's not that likely with the amount of teams ahead of them but the inconsistency that plagues most teams in this grade means that anything is possible. They pushed Lakes in a 2-1 loss last time out and the form between the sides point to a rather predictable finish in this one.

My Tip: West Wallsend 0-3 Thornton Redbacks

Thornton will be looking for another win over the struggling Bluebells.
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Under 19's
West Wallsend SFC (4th) v Thornton Redbacks (10th)
Last Time They Met: Thornton 1-7 West Wallsend
Kickoff: 12:30pm

It's all come undone for Westy's 19's in the last two weeks. They haven't scored in 160+ minutes of football and they were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw with arch rivals Wallsend before being convincingly downed 4-0 by leaders Lake Macquarie City. They may very well make the finals on default if teams below continue their inconsistent ways but a win here would boost them eight points clear of fifth-placed Cooks Hill United.

Thornton Redbacks aren't in the best of form either. It's a strange story for their season though...three wins all year, one against struggling Toronto-Awaba but amazingly two against the premiership favourites Lake Macquarie City. Thornton may have Lakes' number but the only number they could get off of West Wallsend in Round 5 was seven...the amount of goals conceded. Westy need to fire themselves back into winning form.

My Tip: West Wallsend 3-0 Thornton Redbacks

Matt Turner and the Westy 19's will be looking for another big win against Thornton.
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Under 17's
West Wallsend SFC (2nd) v Thornton Redbacks (11th)
Last Time They Met: Thornton 3-2 West Wallsend
Kickoff: 10:45pm

It's been a long time between wins for Thornton's 17's. Since their win over Toronto on May 1st, the Redbacks have lost six-straight and fallen to the bottom of the table. Three straight home games saw them ship thirteen goals and score just two in reply. It's not the form you'd want going into a match with the premiership-chasing West Wallsend at Johnston Park.

Thornton were 3-2 winners back in Round 5 but a lot has changed since then. Westy have become a force that is a championship contender and they've shown brilliance to take top spot on the league table before losing it back to Lakes in a disappointing 3-1 loss last time out. That loss ended an eight-game winning streak and there's no doubting the Bluebells will be primed to get back into the groove on Saturday.

My Tip: West Wallsend 4-1 Thornton Redbacks

Two quality goalkeepers will meet when Thornton's Blake McDonnell takes on Westy's Josh Snedden.
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Newysports Featured Match:


1st Grade Match of the Round:
Belmont-Swansea United (2nd) v Kahibah F.C (3rd)
Last Time They Met: Kahibah 2-2 Belmont-Swansea
Kickoff: 2:30pm

It was the Game of the Season when these sides met in Round 5. Maybe not across all the grades but in 1st Grade, this game was a stand-out with edge of your seat football played out at a picture-perfect Blacksmiths Oval. This Sunday the two sides return to the venue and face each other in what will be a crucial game in the race for the premiership.

Belmont-Swansea produced a gallant effort against the Lambton Jaffas last weekend and will be looking to return to league action with a solid victory. They've got a mid-week game against Thornton next Wednesday so a win here would put them in the box seat for taking top spot back from Lakes.

Kahibah F.C come off the bye but before that was another late win at Kahibah Oval, over South Cardiff that day...similar to their win over Singleton. The sort of display that they can't afford to produce against Belswans. Southy that day didn't bring too much in front of goals but Belswans is a different beast. The likes of Hadlow, Hall & Sutton cannot be taken lightly.

In player news, Kahibah will be full-strength and may have young gun Jayden Demir back from injury. Belswans will be fired up after their FFA Cup outing last weekend and were unlucky not to win the first meeting between these two sides. At Blacksmiths Oval, I believe the home side will pick up another big victory in their 2016 campaign. Kahibah can't afford to produce another run of the mill performance or they'll be found out.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 3-1 Kahibah F.C

Jarrod Penfold and Kahibah will be looking to go one better at Blacksmiths this time round.
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Under 23's Match of the Round:
Belmont-Swansea United (5th) v Kahibah F.C (6th)
Last Time They Met: Kahibah 2-3 Belmont-Swansea
Kickoff: 12:45pm

It was one of the more entertaining 23's matches of the season when these two sides met in Round 5 and it's sure to be another tight-affair with finals hopes potentially on the line. It's not make or break but it's an important fixture for both teams, more so Kahibah as they look to close the gap between themselves and the top four.

Belmont-Swansea's form has disappeared. They started the year with a draw against Lakes and then five-straight victories. Since then, they've won just one of their last seven. Kahibah on the other hand are a different story. They were dead last with five-straight losses at the start of the season. Now they're unbeaten in their last eight. It's a huge form difference.

It's difficult to predict this one. Belswans' poor form has to end sometime soon and at home they'll be hoping to put in a quality effort. Kahibah though haven't lost in two months. I was asked about this game a week and a half ago and I said a 2-2 draw then and I'll say the same now.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 2-2 Kahibah F.C

Kahibah will travel to Blacksmiths for the second time after their relocated home game in Round 5.
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Under 19's Match of the Round:
Belmont-Swansea United (2nd) v Kahibah F.C (3rd)
Last Time They Met: Kahibah 3-2 Belmont-Swansea
Kickoff: 11:00am

Kahibah and Belswans produced four quality matches when they met at Blacksmiths in Round 5 and the 19's match was one of them. Five goals were scored that day and Kahibah came away with a win thanks to Bailey Chaplain's match winner. The stand-out goal had to be to a player Chaplain knows very well in Belswans' Matt Ellis; a cracking goal from near-abouts the halfway line.

In the race for the premiership, this is one of the biggest if not the biggest game of the year for both these sides. Kahibah have a game in hand on Lakes and Belswans and a win here would fire them right into contention. They've lost two of their last three though which isn't a good look for their form coming into the game.

Belmont-Swansea's form in the last three games has been perfect. 4-1, 5-1 and 5-1. Fourteen goals in three games and a whopping nine of them have come from top goalscorer Joel Nicholson who alongside William Dundas (who has three in 3 games) is a formidable force up front for the boys in yellow and green. Confidence is high and they'll be eyeing off a big win here against a Kahibah side that needs something more in front of goals than they've shown recently.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 3-1 Kahibah F.C

Bailey Chaplain (Kahibah) and Matt Ellis (Belswans) were both goalscorers when the two sides met in Round 5.
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Under 17's Match of the Round:
Belmont-Swansea United (7th) v Kahibah F.C (5th)
Last Time They Met: Kahibah 1-1 Belmont-Swansea
Kickoff: 9:15am

Belmont-Swansea's Under 17's will believe they're still a little chance of making the playoffs but this Sunday's match against Kahibah is simply a must-win game if they want to push for finals. It's their key match of the campaign and it's a home which plays into their favour. Not to mention they're unbeaten in their last four outings, winning three of them.

Kahibah F.C come into this game on the edge of the top four in fifth position and like Belmont-Swansea, it's a key game for those in green and black. Tristan Newbold fired in a rocket goal when Kahibah drew at Blacksmiths back in Round 5 in the relocated match and they'll come into this with some confidence after a hard-fought 1-0 win over South Cardiff.

I'm tipping the home side to overcome the challenge and pick up another crucial win for their finals hopes.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 3-1 Kahibah F.C

Kahibah's Henry Gibson in the 1-1 draw with Belmont-Swansea in Round 5.
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1st Grade:
Lake Macquarie City F.C (1st) v Singleton Strikers (8th)
Last Time They Met: Singleton 0-6 Lake Macquarie City
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Lake Macquarie City need to be applauded for the manner in which they handled West Wallsend last week. After being dumped from top spot as a result of other teams' misdoings, the Roosters simply let their football do the talking as they smashed West Wallsend 7-0 and regained top spot in some style.

With seven weeks remaining, it seems only Belmont-Swansea have an answer for the premiership favourites, they've beaten them twice. Lake Macquarie City have won 10 of their last 11 games and at home they are a force to be reckoned with. 

Last time these sides met, Lakes put six past a hapless Singleton. I'll give you two dates though, 25th July 2015 & 9th May 2015. July 25th saw Singleton beat Lakes 6-3 in what was arguably the game of the season last year. Five goals in the first eight minutes and then some after that.

The 9th of May is what the Strikers need to remember. The day they went to Macquarie Field and handed Lakes a 3-1 loss on their own turf. Two of the goalscorers on that day last year were captain Jackson Cox and Klaudon Ahmataj...the same Klaudon Ahmataj who meets Lakes for the first time since leaving the club after a short-spell at the start of the year.

Singleton met a classy side in Edgeworth last weekend and were disposed of fairly convincingly. Central defender Jackson Skinner was arguably one of their best in that game. The 18-year old celebrated his birthday a few days before the FFA Cup weekend and proved his worth by showing up to training on the night of his birthday. A player to watch indeed.

Lakes should win, Lakes probably will win but with Singleton you never quiet know. The likes of Sam Walker and Blake Green will be difficult to handle for the Strikers and with attacking outlet Kieron Burrell missing, the Strikers are going to be up for a real test.

My Tip: Lake Macquarie City 4-1 Singleton Strikers

Ever-consistent youngster Jackson Skinner showed quality in the FFA Cup matches last weekend.
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Under 23's
Lake Macquarie City F.C (1st) v Singleton Strikers (7th)
Last Time They Met: Singleton 1-4 Lake Macquarie City
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Lake Macquarie City are the form side in the Under 23's and are racing towards the premiership. They sit ten points clear and by this point will be making room in the club's trophy cabinet in belief that they'll finish top of the pile. Only a severe drop of form will cost them from here and confidence is high. Four-straight wins, two of them big and two of them tighter games proves that this side is the best in the division at the moment.

Singleton Strikers stunned Belmont-Swansea last time out and picked up their biggest win of the season. They're one of many sides still in the race for the playoffs and a win here will do them wonders. Even a loss wouldn't be that harmful with a catch-up game against South Cardiff still to come. That being said, it's surely going to be a fired-up Singleton side that arrive at Macquarie Field.

The visitors will want revenge from the 4-1 loss back in Round 5 but Lakes are just in too much form as of late to go against.

My Tip: Lake Macquarie City 3-0 Singleton Strikers

Lakes 23's will be looking to continue their good form against an unpredictable Singleton side.
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Under 19's
Lake Macquarie City F.C (1st) v Singleton Strikers (6th)
Last Time They Met: Singleton 1-1 Lake Macquarie City
Kickoff: 11:00am

This is the biggest game of the season for the Singleton 19's as they look to keep their ever-slimming finals hopes alive with an away win over the ladder-leading Lake Macquarie City. The Strikers have scored 34 and conceded 34 this season, 19 of those goals scored have come from Nathan Hall, easily their player of the season even with seven weeks remaining.

Lake Macquarie City sit top of the league following a mid-week 4-0 win over West Wallsend last week. Before that though was a second loss of the season to their 'bogey side' Thornton Redbacks. When these particular teams met in Round 5, the Roosters were held to a 1-1 draw but that was early in the season when their form was still coming together. They know the race for the premiership is tight and a win is paramount to their chances.

My Tip: Lake Macquarie City 3-1 Singleton Strikers

Top goalscorer Nathan Hall was the hero in Singleton's FFA Cup win over Thornton last week.
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Under 17's
Lake Macquarie City F.C (1st) v Singleton Strikers (9th)
Last Time They Met: Singleton 0-2 Lake Macquarie City
Kickoff: 9:15am

Lake Macquarie City returned to winning ways after two or three games where they dropped points and lost the competition lead to West Wallsend. A win over Thornton was never going to surprise but their effort against West Wallsend in a mid-week fixture was arguably their best of the season. Coming from 1-0 down at half-time, two goals to Adam Mitchell and one to Kurtis McRitchie gave the Roosters a big win and took back top spot; ending Westy's eight-game winning streak in the process.

Singleton on the other hand are coming off the back of two tight losses to Belmont-Swansea and South Cardiff, both at Howe Park. Despite the disappointment, they can take some positives out of their recent form. From all reports, new inclusion, French exchange student Theo Moreau has shown quality at training and on the park in his two games and attacker Trae Proudlock has enjoyed a breakout spell in front of the net with seven goals in five games.

Singleton will bring a fight but Lakes at home is just too much of a challenge in my mind. In eight home games and eight home wins for that matter, the Roosters have scored 33 goals to 9 and look a force. 3-1 with a goal to Kurtis McRitchie and Singleton's goal to Trae Proudlock.

My Tip: Lake Macquarie City 3-1 Singleton Strikers

Lakes' goalkeeper Brady McRitchie will be looking for another clean sheet against Singleton.
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1st Grade:
Cessnock City (11th) v Wallsend F.C (4th)
Last Time They Met: Wallsend F.C 2-0 Cessnock City
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Depending on Saturday's result at West Wallsend, this could be a very important game for the visiting Red Devils as they take on a determined Cessnock City. Thornton have a game in hand on the Red Devils and play them next weekend. Seven points behind, a win for Thornton at Westy will make things very interesting, especially if Cessnock take a point or three off the visitors. Food for thought...

Cessnock City are coming off the back of a solid victory over a poor Toronto-Awaba side but they remain dead last and will be looking at this game as their biggest of the season, there's no excuses not to. Steve Thomson will have a near full-strength squad (something they've failed to have a lot this year) and the Hornets will be looking for revenge for that 2-0 loss in Round 5.

Kyle Clarke was on debut for Cessnock City against Toronto-Awaba and is expected to be key once again for the Hornets. No official player news for Wallsend but a supposed sighting of Cam Hughes at Charlestown City Blues might be worth a talking point.

The Red Devils are becoming known for their gutsy victories, scraping out 1-0 and 2-1 results with a bit of luck on their side. Luck can run out and Cessnock will be looking for their first home win of the 2016 season. It's a big game for both sides.

My Tip: Cessnock City 2-1 Wallsend F.C

Wallsend player-coach David Hodgson scored against Cessnock City last time the two sides met.
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Under 23's:
Cessnock City (8th) v Wallsend F.C (4th)
Last Time They Met: Wallsend F.C 2-3 Cessnock City
Kickoff: 12:45pm

A huge 3-0 win over top four side Cooks Hill United in their last home game gave Cessnock City a finals lifeline in the Under 23's and they added to that win with a second-straight victory when they downed struggling Toronto-Awaba in a mid-week catch-up game. The 2015 Semi Finalists will be looking to make the playoffs once again.

Their opponents on Sunday are the unpredictable Wallsend 23's. A highly convincing 7-0 win over derby rivals West Wallsend was followed with a draw against Cooks Hill United in a mid-week catch-up game. Teetering on the edge of the top four is not where the Red Devils would like to be and they'll be looking for some revenge over the Round 5 result that saw Cessnock grab a stunning win in a fiery match-up.

One player who shined in Wallsend's 7-0 demolishment of West Wallsend was winger Jason Zechel. The former Hornet provided some quality assists on the day and will return to play at Turner Park for the first time since leaving the club. With his brothers remaining at Cessnock, there's sure to be some feeling in this one. I'm tipping a draw.

My Tip: Cessnock City 1-1 Wallsend F.C

Cessnock City picked up a late win over Wallsend 23's last time they met.
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Under 19's:
Cessnock City (9th) v Wallsend F.C (8th)
Last Time They Met: Wallsend F.C 2-0 Cessnock City
Kickoff: 11:00am

There's no real possibility of finals for these two sides so a free-flowing game may very well prove to be one of the better matches of the day at Turner Park. Cessnock City copped 20 goals in three games not that long ago but since then they've turned their form around and are unbeaten in five, winning three of them.

Back-to-back wins over Toronto-Awaba and an impressive win over Cooks Hill has the Hornets' 19's feeling confident and there's no reason they can't pick up another win here. Wallsend's last outing came to a premature end due to an injury to captain Cal Stokes and as a result they picked up a 2-1 win over a Cookers side that may or may not have drew level in the remaining 16 minutes.

Wallsend haven't looked convincing as of late in the 19's and with Cessnock in a form patch and having the likes of 17's standout Will Forbes in reserve, I'm tipping the Hornets for the first time this season.

My Tip: Cessnock City 3-1 Wallsend F.C

The Zechel brothers (pictured above Brendon) will be feuding once again.
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Under 17's:
Cessnock City (10th) v Wallsend F.C (4th)
Last Time They Met: Wallsend F.C 1-0 Cessnock City
Kickoff: 9:15am

Cessnock City's 17's last home game didn't go exactly to plan as they were smashed by Cooks Hill United but they put that behind them with a hard-fought and at times fiery 1-1 draw with Toronto-Awaba. A win on Sunday will almost put them out of contention for the wooden spoon so there'll be some feeling in this one. They'll have to do it without Lucas Zechel who is suspended.

Wallsend F.C come into this match on the back of not just one rare loss but two. After a seven-game winning streak came to an end against West Wallsend, a short turn-around and a mid-week trip to Cooks Hill proved too much for the young Red Devils as they fell to a 3-0 loss. They have to turn it around or face the ever-likely risk of being dumped from the top four.

Individual player battles aren't mentioned much here on Newysports but two form players will meet on Sunday morning. Cessnock's Will Forbes has seven goals in his last five games...the same stats as Singleton's Trae Proudlock. Unlike Proudlock, Forbes' goals are across three grades and have come in the last two weeks. In simple terms, he can't stop scoring goals. 

This week he'll need to overcome a sturdy Wallsend defensive line including Jackson Manning. Manning's running battle with Westy attacker Josh Knight was one of the highlights in the Red Devils 5-3 loss two weeks ago and alongside captain Darcy Hall (returning from suspension), Manning will be looking to stop the good form of Will Forbes. This is sure to be an interesting encounter.

My Tip: Cessnock City 1-2 Wallsend F.C

Forbes v Manning will be one of the better duels to watch in the 17's on Sunday.
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