Tuesday, 7 March 2017

PREVIEW: New-FM Northern League One Round 1

*New Lambton will be the home side, despite the change of venue.

1st Grade:
New Lambton FC v West Wallsend SFC
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Months and months of preparation and years and years of hope will come to fruition on Saturday afternoon when New Lambton Eagles stroll out onto a premier competition field for the first time this side of the millennium. And doing it all against the side the Eagles downed in 1974 to seal their greatest accomplishment, the State League Premiership.

There could be no better venue (apart from maybe Alder Park) for this one. The most historic ground in Newcastle hosting the season opener. West Wallsend looking to restore pride this season but a side that during pre-season has looked anything but structured.

Gary Rowe's men have been rotated, they've had games where numbers were low and a Singleton side with multiple players under 20 beat them, games were Cooks Hill came to Johnston Park and demolished the Bluebells. Even if Westy are at full-strength, it's not certain what they may or may not produce.

Prediction: For the third year running, Westy are at Johnston Park against a newly promoted side. They downed Kahibah and Southy over the last two years but this one is one with a difference. New Lambton have nothing to lose and will be gunning for the win in Round 1 against a Westy side predicted to struggle this season. It could be a big day for the Eagles

My Tip: New Lambton 3-0 West Wallsend

Andrew Packers' Southy lost at Westy in Round 1 last year. Josh Casey is one player who's followed his coach to NLFC.

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Under 23's
New Lambton FC v West Wallsend SFC
Kickoff: 12:45pm

New Lambton across the board look a side to watch out for but it's the Under 23's who probably impressed the most on a recent trial day against Kahibah F.C. Players like Steven Shute have been shining in an attacking sense. The side will obviously be playing with heavy hearts after the tragic loss of Chris Shakespeare. The result for them will be second to remembering one of their own on an emotional day.

For West Wallsend, their pre-season just like 1st Grade has been topsy-turvy. It's unclear who'll be starting in the 23's this Saturday but considering not much is expected of Westy's 23's, they'll head into this one with a bit of extra focus to try and start the season with a bang.

Prediction: West Wallsend could definitely spring one of the Round 1 surprises but New Lambton on paper have the quality to win this one. Based on pre-season results and the lineups, which is all you can do at this time of the year, there's only one winner. 

My Tip: New Lambton 4-1 West Wallsend

Cooper Smith was one of the youngsters to feature in 23's for Westy during a pre-season of chopping and changing.

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Newysports New-FM Match of the Round
Under 19's
New Lambton FC v West Wallsend SFC
Kickoff: 11:00am

This is the best match you could possibly ask for in Round 1. A brilliant Eagles side who've entertained in pre-season against the competition favourites of West Wallsend. It's one helluva season opener and it's a chance for Tony Gascoine's Eagles to announce themselves as a serious threat to any 19's teams in the league.

Newysports has only ever seen this team play twice but it's a side that on paper looks as good as any. Maurice Bechelli would be one of the favourites alongside Belswans' Joel Nicholson for the Golden Boot, Adam Montefiore is silky on the ball, winger Luke Homer will look to combine with Bechelli and even defensively they look strong. Harry Callen and Jack Fisher worked well in trials.

This isn't any ordinary fixture, the Eagles are up against a team with their eyes firmly set on silverware. A fair chunk of Westy's talented 17's have aged up and despite possibly being without Josh Knight due to suspension, they'll field a very strong side. Hayter, Kramer, Taylor, Barnes, just talent everywhere you look. Steve Thomson has himself a very good squad on paper.

Prediction: How on Earth do you pick a winner in this one. Attacking football will be the winner and defensively it'll be a game where one mistake could prove to be the difference. Two high-quality sides in the season opener may very well cancel each other out but let's hope we see entertainment regardless.

My Tip: New Lambton 2-2 West Wallsend

Adam Montefiore is one to watch out for in a very talented Eagles 19's squad. 

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Under 17's Match of the Round
New Lambton FC v West Wallsend SFC
Kickoff: 9:15am

Like the other grades, it's anyone's guess as to what New Lambton will bring to the competition. They have a very hungry 17's side, ready to show New-FM football exactly what they can do and they've got a chance to do that with a big win in Round 1. Second-hand sources say that they'll be without their goalie who will miss the game via injury. That's unconfirmed though.

West Wallsend were the beaten Grand Finalists last season but there's a lot of newcomers ready to add quality to the squad. Blake Ciappara, Sam Whyburn and Blake Arthur are among those causing a stir during pre-season. A team that knows what it takes to score a lot of goals and with the solid Josh Snedden in between the sticks, anything is possible this year for the Westy 17's.

Prediction: New Lambton's introduction to New-FM football is as tough as any match you could ask for, playing the Bluebells at Westy. Kahibah overcame the Eagles a couple of weeks back and I'm expecting Westy to do the same. The young Eagles will take a couple of weeks to find their feet.

My Tip: New Lambton 0-3 West Wallsend

Josh Snedden was one of the best U17's goalkeepers in the comp last season.

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1st Grade:
Belmont-Swansea United v Singleton Strikers
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Where do you go after a penalty shootout loss in the Grand Final? Belmont-Swansea have lost the majority of their side from last season and despite losing every single trial match during pre-season, you simply cannot throw too much doubt onto Josh Rufo's side.

Rufo has ruffled a few feathers at the pond with his style and it's taking a little bit longer than hoped to get the side playing the football he wants. Quality like Chris Gazzard, Mitch Cook and Daniel Bartlett isn't easy to find and will add a lot but a recent departure in Josh Sutton will take a lot of of their attack. 

Last year's young exciting line-up is more of an experienced one this year and although tipped to be a contender, it's hard to see Belswans starting the year with their best foot forward just yet. And this is no ordinary season opener, they've been controversially booted off their home ground for the state lifesaving titles and now play at the home of rivals Lakes, Macquarie Field.

Singleton were at Macquarie Field during pre-season, solidly beaten 7-1 or so. But the Strikers have added some quietly added some quality to a team that on paper is as exciting as any in the league. Two more English imports to add to Stuey Plant and Sam Ford's quality and even some locals like Tristan Muir from Weston who impressed in last year's NPL 19's finals.

Singo beat Belswans during pre-season and it has to be asked, why can't they do it again. David Willoughby's side were very slow starters last season and it proved fatal for their finals hopes. The gaffer will be hoping for a better start in 2017 with a win on the road. Singleton will be away from home for the first few weeks due to the cricket season ending.

Prediction: Newysports prediction of Belswans to finish 2nd was one that was made with a little bit of wonder. Are they good enough to do it all again? Losing Josh Sutton will hurt them a lot and based on pre-season form, it's hard to believe things will just suddenly turn around. Belswans slow starters in 2017, Singo to win it.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 1-3 Singleton Strikers

Stuey Plant is constantly rated by some as the best goalkeeper in the competition.

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Under 23's
Belmont-Swansea United v Singleton Strikers
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Belmont-Swansea's Under 23's take on Singleton in the season opener and the Belswans reserves will be looking to go one better than last season's Semi Final exit. A side that is now coached by Dan Rufo with some advice on the side by Head Coach Josh Rufo, it's expected that Belswans 23's will be a stacked side due to an influx of new 1st Graders. Not sure that'll pan out just yet.

Singleton see a few U19's from last season featuring in 23's during pre-season. The likes of Nic Hough, Luke Giepel, Will Holz, Tom Golding and Mitchell Bradley all featured in the Under 23's against West Wallsend. The ever-reliable Ryan Guihot is again in goals and on paper it looks a side that might cause a little bit of a headache for opponents this season.

Prediction: Belmont-Swansea should defensively be a better unit with the Rufo's (especially Dan) working some experience into the players. Still uncertain if Dan himself might feature at times for the side but anyway, it's a Belswans win in this one for my money.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 2-0 Singleton Strikers

Belswans 23's look a side to watch out for in 2017.

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Under 19's
Belmont-Swansea United v Singleton Strikers
Kickoff: 11:00am

The defending champions fielded a side full of talent against Adamstown a few weeks back and were brushed aside by the Buds. On paper this team should go close to going back-to-back. The likes of Will Dundas and Joel Nicholson featured last year but it's still unclear whether they'll be required for the senior grades. The same can be said for Matt Ellis who has seemingly been dropped to 19's.

Singleton have a lot of last year's 17's making the jump up to the higher grade. Trae Proudlock, Brad Fairclough, Hamish Anderson, James Croucher and more featured in their side against Westy a few weeks back that saw them demolished 7-1. Defensive work will be vital for this side, especially against Belmont-Swansea. It's a difficult start to the year for the Strikers.

Prediction: There's some individual talent in the Singleton squad but they haven't looked great during pre-season and if Belswans field the likes of Nicholson and Dundas than this one will be almost academic. Belswans to remind the comp of their talent.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 4-1 Singleton Strikers

Singleton 19's are a side that should trouble a few teams this year.

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Under 17's
Belmont-Swansea United v Singleton Strikers
Kickoff: 9:15am

The 17's team at Belmont-Swansea have seen a few players 'age up' into the 19's set-up and coach Mick Buckley has joined them. Will McMaster is the man in charge now and some returning players include the likes of Danilo Apollonio in goals, Jacob Winzar, Charlie Herivel, Jesse Smith and others. Losing Lachlan McMaster and Will Dunn will hurt them a little but who knows what to expect ahead of Round 1.

Singleton too have lost some key players. Goalkeeper Brad Fairclough is one to move to 19's but more importantly, key attacker Trae Proudlock isn't eligible for the 17's anymore. The side hasn't hit great form during pre-season but with plenty of newcomers, time is an essential piece of the puzzle. This side could definitely prove to be decent.

Prediction: There's quite a few fixtures this weekend where flipping a coin could work out a winner. Both sides have lost some key players and it's anyone's guess how they'll overcome them. With a home game of sorts at Macquarie Field and the quality of Jacob Winzar up front and key additions Jacob Davies and Cameron Ahern, I'll go with Belswans.

My Tip: Belmont-Swansea 2-1 Singleton Strikers

Charlie Herivel is one of the returning players from last year's squad in Belswans' 17's.

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1st Grade:
Toronto-Awaba v Cooks Hill United
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Toronto copped 11 goals in their first two outings of 2016 and surely anything will be an improvement on that. They were smashed 7-2 in the corresponding game last year by a Cooks Hill side that isn't as good as the current one so to say the Stags need to be up for a fight is a true understatement. This is an extremely difficult opening game of the year for Adam Routledge's side.

Cooks Hill punished a poor second-string West Wallsend side 7-0 just a few weeks ago and they enter the season as a serious contender for silverware in 2017. Graham Law is the new man in charge, the club has once again gone with a clean slate of 1st Grade players and they'll want to get going on the front foot with a Round 1 victory.

Pre-season for Toronto has been worrying. They haven't had a load of games (neither have Cooks Hill) and they were beaten by Beresfield United before securing an unconvincing 2-1 win over newly promoted ZL1 side Westlakes Wildcats.

Prediction: If there was a betting market for New-FM football, the Cookers would be the shortest price favourites of the round. With respect to Toronto (who'll unfortunately be without new recruits Blake Redman & Blake Glennie to take on the side he used to coach), their team just doesn't match it on paper. Going forward, Cooks Hill simply have the quality to get the job done.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 1-4 Cooks Hill United

One of Toronto's young keepers Jackson Bartlett & Sam Cresswell will have to fill Blake Redman's boots this week.

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Under 23's
Toronto-Awaba v Cooks Hill United
Kickoff: 12:45pm

This fixture took place in Round 2 last season and was a completely one-sided affair as Cooks Hill rocketed to a 7-0 win at Lyall Peacock Field. The return leg was a lot more respectful as the Stags went down 3-2 at the AthField. Steve Blunt's Under 23's side won just the lone game in 2016, it really was a horrible campaign from all angles.

Cooks Hill's embarrassing Semi Final exit will have returning players eager to get started on the front foot in 2017. Consistency is something that is highly rewarded in the Under 23's as it is always such an unpredictable competition and Ben Nichols will be aiming for his side to start the season with three points away from home.

Neither side has managed to set the world alight during pre-season. Toronto downed Westlakes last weekend but it wasn't a convincing display in pretty difficult conditions and Cooks Hill have barely had any game time compared to other clubs with games called off left, right and centre. It's been a frustrating pre-season for the Cookers.

Prediction: On paper it should be a Cooks Hill victory but considering it's Round 1, you never quiet know. The away side have some quality talent and the Stags team list doesn't look too improved on 2016 at this early stage.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 0-3 Cooks Hill United

Sim Hamisi and Blake Carpenter are two key players for Steve Blunt's Stags side.

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Under 19's
Toronto-Awaba v Cooks Hill United
Kickoff: 11:00am

A team who have been by far the worst 19's side in the competition over the last two seasons take on a new-look side searching for finals football. The Stags have recruited well and have picked up some big wins during pre-season, albeit over Zone League 3rd Grade sides not up to the pace or skill level of their opponents this Sunday. Still, it's a good side the Stags have on paper.

As mentioned though, Cooks Hill United head into the Under 19's competition with a team that could and probably should cause a stir compared to last season's results. Incoming NPL-experienced players like Nicholas Fakes, Chad McCarter and Dylan McGarrigle add a lot of quality and the recent recruitment of Brady Conlan as well just makes this side even better on paper.

Prediction: There's no doubting that Toronto 19's are feeling a lot more confident of their chances with their new additions but they certainly have a baptism of fire this season. Cooks Hill across the park are as good as any side in the competition and Round 1 is a glorious chance for them to announce themselves as a force.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 0-2 Cooks Hill United

Cooks Hill coach Michael Best has an abundance of talented players to choose from.

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Under 17's
Toronto-Awaba v Cooks Hill United
Kickoff: 9:15am

Toronto-Awaba U17's are one of only six sides yet to feature in a Newysports-covered match in the pre-season so it's quiet difficult to get a gauge on them. Their trial results haven't been publicised either so again it makes it tough to make a prediction. Second-hand word is that the side isn't as good as the 2016 one that had a respectable season, including a win over the Cookers at home.

Cooks Hill's Under 17's suffered heartbreak at the end of last season, missing finals on the final day. The 2017 squad isn't the same though. New coach Bruce O'Donnell has a load of new players and from all reports, it sounds like this is a team to watch out for in the Under 17's competition. They went down to Westy in a Newysports-covered trial match but nearly half the team were out.

Prediction: Without seeing the Stags play at all and only seeing the Cookers with half their team, it's difficult to get a gauge on this fixture. The Cooks Hill side on paper probably eclipses that of Toronto from second-hand sources so it's Cookers for the win here.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 1-3 Cooks Hill United

Lachlan Mortimer in goals for the Cookers in a trial v West Wallsend.

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1st Grade Match of the Round:
Cessnock City v Thornton Redbacks
Kickoff: 2:30pm

Another year, another season opener at Turner Park. This isn't an ordinary season opener though, this isn't the same old predictable Cessnock City. This is a side that has been turned upside down by the arrival of Head Coach Lino Gatti and an assembled side that is adamant on changing the fate of football in Cessnock.

You have to acknowledge that the Hornets have lost some quality but they have a mentality of proving the doubters wrong and with that is a very dangerous outfit. Lino Gatti is short a couple of players and there will no doubt be a heavy reliance on youth in this one but with great risk could come great reward. The future is indeed bright.

Thornton enter another season with people claiming them as a 'dark horse'. Darrel McAllister will want his side to embrace that tag and finally get themsleves back into the Semi Finals. The club's 40th season would be a better time than ever to bring a massive finals fixture to Thornton Park.

The Redbacks have recruited well. Tyson Fletcher & Patrick Wand are decent additions and then there's Wade Attewell, who'll no doubt look to punish his former side at Turner Park. Thornton started last season slowly and they're keen to begin 2017 with a bang.

Prediction: Cessnock are in for a big season. On and off the field it's a different Hornets outfit. Thornton on Tuesday night downed Cooks Hill United 3-0 and on their best day will beat any team in the competition. This is the match of the round on paper and Thornton's experience could prove vital.

My Tip: Cessnock City 1-3 Thornton Redbacks

Lino Gatti has changed the landscape at Cessnock and is keen to build the club back to former glory.

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Under 23's
Cessnock City v Thornton Redbacks
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Cessnock City's Under 23's really are a mystery. Lino Gatti's Hornets team has been largely a squad without any distinction between either 1st Grade or Under 23's during pre-season and considering Gatti is still searching for a handful of recruits, it's obvious that the team isn't yet solidified.

Thornton have a more distinct 23's lineup that during pre-season hasn't really set the world alight with their form. Their most recent result, a tight loss to South Cardiff was a fairly scrappy game played on a poor surface at Tenambit. And the Redbacks have lost two or three players to other clubs, namely Wallsend.

Prediction: It's a common phrase you'll see all season. The Under 23's is the hardest competition to predict and to try and make a judgement on this one is extremely difficult. Surely across the weekend there'll be one or two draws and this is a game that has draw written all over it.

My Tip: Cessnock City 1-1 Thornton Redbacks

Thornton U23's will look to begin the season well with a win over their rivals Cessnock City.

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Under 19's
Cessnock City v Thornton Redbacks
Kickoff: 11:00am

There's not many New-FM sides yet to feature on Newysports this pre-season but Cessnock 19's are one of them and according to a player at the club, this team hasn't played any trials with new coach Kel Lund instead preferring to focus on training. A very strange decision and thus very hard to get a scope on what this team might bring.

Thornton have had trials left, right and centre and indeed have one or two quality individual players that can change a game but as a unit the side isn't looking like one that'll be a contender this season. 

Defensively there's questions that'll need to be answered and losing goalkeeper Blake McDonnell will be difficult. In their last trial against Maitland ZL3, key attacker Josh Davies was left isolated at times and structure seems to be a worry.

Prediction: Without knowing a squad lineup or seeing any trial results, Cessnock 19's is a complete mystery but I'll give them a win here. From second hand reports, Kel Lund is a focused coach and I'm expecting a decent showing from the Hornets in this one against a Thornton side that just isn't clicking at the moment.

My Tip: Cessnock City 3-1 Thornton Redbacks

Cessnock's Brandon Zechel is one of a few players eligible for the 19's that have featured in the senior squad this season.

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Under 17's
Cessnock City v Thornton Redbacks
Kickoff: 9:15am

Just like the 19's, its very hard to get a gauge on what may or may not happen in this game. Cessnock played Kahibah a few weeks back and put in a decent effort but without seeing a squad lineup, it's difficult to predict what they might do against Thornton.

The Redbacks on the other hand have played a few games during pre-season and like the Redbacks 19's they don't look great to be completely honest but the potential is definitely there. There's loads of newcomers to the club which has made the pre-season a little bit tougher than normal. Defence is where they'll need to produce their best. The likes of Taylor, Aspinall and co. will need big seasons if they're to push for finals.

Prediction: Cessnock are an unpredictable force ahead of their season opener but Thornton haven't really found their potential during the pre-season. You could almost flip a coin and decide a winner. How about Thornton to produce the goods away from home? No maybe not.

My Tip: Cessnock City 2-1 Thornton Redbacks

Caden Taylor is a defensive key for the Thornton U17's.

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"The Gallagher Shield"
1st Grade:
Wallsend FC v South Cardiff
Kickoff: 2:30pm

There's added importance into the 1st Leg of the 2017 Gallagher Shield as Chris Gallagher once again takes the helm of Wallsend F.C. Gone are the likes of Rufo, Hodgson, Gazzard, all that experience that helped guide the Red Devils to their first Grand Final win in 50 years and then another one to boot!

In comes a load of new and returning players who are keen to continue the time-honoured tradition of playing with the pride of the mighty Red Devils. They're all about youth, all about passion and all about football. Chris Gallagher's side will want to win this to remind New-FM football that they are a side to recognise.

South Cardiff have undergone massive change as well. 2016 Head Coach Andrew Packer has left for competition newcomers New Lambton and in his place is player/coach Denis Fajkovic. There's big questions surrounding Southy who have kept a lot to themselves during pre-season. Results haven't been convincing either so there's still definite doubt.

Klaudon Ahmahtaj added a lot to Singleton when he joined up last season and now has moved to Southy where Troy Runge also poses as a key man going forward. Southy's side on paper isn't one that looms as an obvious threat to the top four but this is the stage of the year where anything could very well happen. 

Prediction: The home advantage is key for Wallsend. They don't lose many games at The Gardens and with Chris Gallagher's first game back being the game that honours the memory of his brother, Wallsend will have extra motivation to bring this one home.

My Tip: Wallsend F.C 2-0 South Cardiff

Calum Caldwell has been one of Wallsend's key men going forward during pre-season.

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Under 23's Match of the Round
Wallsend FC v South Cardiff
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Wallsend Under 23's will be a more youthful looking side in 2017. Jackson Manning and Darcy Hall as well as goalkeeper Dylan Meyrick are all seemingly routine U23's players now. Then there's returning players like Cody Simpson who'll offer a lot. On paper it's a side that could definitely cause a ruckus during the 2017 season.

After a 3-0 loss in the 2016 Grand Final, South Cardiff 23's will be on the hunt to go one better. Starting the season well will be the goal for Dalibor Fajkovic and his side. There's a few newcomers into the side but during a recent trial v Thornton they didn't look too bad. A mid-week loss to Raymond Terrace is a slight concern.

Prediction: This match-up looks to be the pick of the bunch in the Under 23's. Wallsend will be keen on starting the season well at home but Southy deserve a fair look-in at the result being the beaten Grand Finalists from last year. I like the chances of an away victory in this one.

My Tip: Wallsend F.C 1-2 South Cardiff

Southy keeper Thim Jeppsen looks pretty promosing.

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Under 19's
Wallsend FC v South Cardiff
Kickoff: 11:00am

On paper this Wallsend side looks to be an exciting one. Craig Tselembis has brought a lot of his 17's up to the 19's age group and there's some additions as well. Jye Hancock has been the most solid of the new additions but players like Kalum Garbett and Boniface Horihoze offer something. Horihoze and Juma Saidi's work together will be as entertaining as any wing pairing in the comp.

South Cardiff 19's have flown in under the radar like the other Southy sides so far during 2017. Not much has been said about the side but they've lost one or two quality players from last year and the only avaliable lineup to view is an under strength one against Belswans. Very hard to judge on.

Prediction: TSouth Cardiff deserve a chance to prove themselves as a decent side and I'm sure they'll put up a decent fight here but Wallsend is a quality side and having the home support and the pressure of a potential Round 1 win will get them over the line. Three points for the Red Devils.

My Tip: Wallsend F.C 3-1 South Cardiff

Jye Hancock will be vital in the middle of Wallsend's defensive line.

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Under 17's
Wallsend FC v South Cardiff
Kickoff: 9:15am

Wallsend F.C's Under 17's side is a much different line-up to the one that made last year's Semi Final. Goalkeeper Cameron Jefferson-Bilbe, Angus Hall, Travis Lockwood and Cooper Mclean all return but there's plenty of newcomers and it's a real mystery to see how they'll go. Starting the season with a win would be the obvious hope for Sunday.

South Cardiff are also a bit of a mystery heading into Round 1. There's loads of new players into the 17's set-up. Lachlan Kerr a title-winning player from Lakes last season is one of those many new players. It's been hard to get a read on them during pre-season so anything could happen on Sunday. They definitely need a more solid set-up than last year's Southy 17's.

Prediction: Wallsend's 17's downed Southy 5-0 in the corresponding fixture last season although that's definitely not likely this time round. Both sides will be looking for a big start to the year and the home advantage at The Gardens will be something that gives a new-look Red Devils a leg-up.

My Tip: Wallsend F.C 3-1 South Cardiff

Wallsend 17's will be hunting a win at home in their opening game of the season

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