Friday, 5 May 2017

PREVIEW: New-FM Northern League One Round 9


1st Grade:
"The Wallsend Derby"
West Wallsend SFC v Wallsend FC
Kickoff: 2:30pm

So here we go again. The Wallsend Derby. The 125 year rivalry is always a talked-about fixture and this season with the way things have panned out, it could be one of the most interesting derbies in recent memory. The cold hard fact staring down West Wallsend is that they have lost four-straight Derbies over the last two seasons.

Last year's controversial loss at The Gardens will stick with the Bluebells' players and after securing a shock 3-2 win over South Cardiff away from home midweek, Gary Rowe's side could suddenly jump New Lambton into the top six with a win here. The key for West Wallsend is like any side, playing to their potential week in, week out. The last couple of weeks (bar a loss to Kahibah a week and half ago) have shown Westy to have a lot more ticker than some though.

Wallsend F.C enter the Derby on the back of an 8-0 hiding at the hands of Broadmeadow Magic in the FFA Cup. The NPL powerhouse fielded a strong lineup and were too good for the Red Devils, similar to when they ran over West Wallsend two years ago. It was never likely to be a contest in the end.

In New-FM football, Wallsend are coming off a fairly unconvincing 2-0 win over Toronto. The Red Devils left it late to secure the points and so far have huffed and puffed in 2017 but not looked a side that's potentially going to push for the top four. They need consistent effort and consistent results. A loss here to the old rival would hurt more than any other loss this year.

Prediction: Before Wednesday's catch-up game, a West Wallsend victory here didn't look that likely but the Bluebells will be feeling confident after knocking off a quality Southy side. This is Derby football, they'll be fired up at Wembley and this could be the day that the Bluebells reclaim Derby spoils.

My Tip: West Wallsend 3-1 Wallsend FC


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Under 23's:
"The Wallsend Derby"
West Wallsend SFC (7th) v Wallsend FC (5th)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

West Wallsend 23's produced a decent result away to Belmont-Swansea last weekend with a 2-2 draw. Centre back and captain Andrew Cairney played a quality game in the defensive line and provided some decent long-range free kicks that caused trouble; not the mention he slotted two penalties to get a point for his side. It was a team effort and with a bit more clinical finish and one or two less errors at the back, they very well could have won it.

Wallsend had none of the issues as they cruised home to a 7-1 victory against a lacklustre Toronto-Awaba side. Ty Cousins, Calum Caldwell & John Olivares all scored doubles whilst Dave Hecimovic also got a goal. The Stags didn't offer much competition but make no mistake, Westy will in the derby. The last time these sides met, Westy were humiliated in a 7-0 away loss. They want revenge and they know a win on Saturday could really kickstart their season.

Prediction: It's not often the 23's looks the best match-up on the day but this one is an intriguing one. Both sides are looking for consistency to move into the top four positions. They have seven draws between them in 2017 so no doubt that is a result that wouldn't surprise at Johnston Park on Saturday.

My Tip: West Wallsend 1-1 Wallsend FC


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Under 19's
"The Wallsend Derby"
West Wallsend SFC (2nd) v Wallsend FC (11th)
Kickoff: 11:00am

What this game means for both clubs. The Wallsend Derby is always a fiery affair across the grades but for these sides, it's a key fixture like no other. West Wallsend can put three-straight draws behind them and put some real pressure on ladder-leaders New Lambton. The Bluebells will be fired up to get the win in a fixture a lot of them mark on the calendar as soon as the draw is announced.

For Wallsend, the situation is a lot more grim. They simply need to win. Sitting four points clear at the foot of the table, the Red Devils have been luckless at times this season and they just need to keep on kicking and hoping for the best. Make no mistake though, a loss here could be fatal for their finals hopes, even with 11 weeks to go after Saturday. It'll be a long, long way back. There'd be no better game to break the winless streak than this one.

Prediction: So two sides with different reasons to win. Wallsend will come out firing with desperation for a result but Westy will want to impress their home supporters on Derby Day. Both teams have players who fire up for Derby Day. At Johnston Park, this could be a real chance for Westy to heap misery on their rivals.

My Tip: West Wallsend 3-1 Wallsend FC


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Under 17's Match of the Round
"The Wallsend Derby"
West Wallsend SFC (2nd) v Wallsend FC (8th)
Kickoff: 9:15am

With West Wallsend's win over Cooks Hill United on Wednesday night, this game suddenly takes a little bit of extra importance for Gary Ellis' side as a win on Saturday in the Derby would boost them into top spot with New Lambton having the weekend off. Blake Ciappara and Sam Whyburn scored for the Bluebells during the week and will be key going forward along with the likes of Khye Drayton on Saturday. Good news as well to hear fullback Jarrod Crawford is on the mend after being shoved over and suffering potential whiplash last week.

Wallsend fell to another defeat last Sunday, this time a tight loss to Toronto-Awaba. It's a concerning time for the Red Devils as they've lost their last four games in a row. The good news is that all of those losses has been by a single goal so it won't take too much to turn it around. A loss here would leave them a long way behind their arch rivals and for a lot of players on both sides, this is their very first Wallsend Derby. They'll be fired up for this one.

Prediction: There's one or two players still with Wallsend that went through a harrowing loss in last year's Semi Final Series to West Wallsend. Revenge will be on the cards, breaking a four-game losing streak will be on the cards but make no mistake, Westy will show a lot of fight and they have the better side on paper to win this one.

My Tip: West Wallsend 3-1 Wallsend FC


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1st Grade:
Cooks Hill United (1st)  v South Cardiff FC (5th)
Kickoff: 2:30pm

An intriguing clash awaits at the AthField on Saturday as the ladder-leaders are back in New-FM action against an unpredictable South Cardiff side. With last weekend off, Graham Law's men took on NPL side Weston Workers Bears in the FFA Cup on Wednesday night. A gallant effort by the in-form Cookers but they'd fall to a 1-0 loss in the end.

The positives from that game will no doubt flow into this. The Cookers showed a lot of fight and desire against the higher-ranked opponents and they aren't on top of the pile at the moment for nothing. The recent recruitment of former Rosebud Daniel Yaxley to join his former teammates and coach will add a lot at the back. Going forward you could ask no more of the ladder-leaders; they average four goals a game at the moment.

South Cardiff before last weekend were doing well and coming off a tight 1-0 win over Kahibah away from home the week before. What's happened since then is pure disappointment. A horror Old Boy's Day at Ulinga Oval saw the Gunners demolished 6-0 by a ruthless Thornton Redbacks and then things would only get worse as they fell to a midweek home loss to West Wallsend 3-2.

Fortunately for Southy, the likes of Denis Fajkovic have been in this boat before. Two poor results isn't the end of the world and they'll look to take this game on with confidence and belief. Southy have enjoyed an early goal at times this year and seeking that and achieving that would allow them to dictate the game a little bit. Cooks Hill will need to be wary of the fast-start.

Prediction: South Cardiff are a side full of belief and passion in 2017 and they'll want nothing more than to put two disappointing losses behind them. Against a lower-ranked side they'd have a great chance but against the ladder-leaders, it might not be as easy. Cooks Hill will want the win here to keep the wheel turning at the top of the league. They've got the quality to do so.

My Tip: Cooks Hill United 4-1 South Cardiff



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Under 23's:
Cooks Hill United (1st) v South Cardiff FC (6th)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Cooks Hill were able to sit back, relax and enjoy the bye last week as they sat firmly at the top of the league. They would have enjoyed what they saw as well as their nearest rivals South Cardiff lost their first game of the season to the Thornton Redbacks. The same Thornton that the Cookers beat the week before. It's a good time to be involved in Cooks Hill's 23's but needless to say, they need to get straight back to work on Saturday.

Southy's home loss last week was a disappointing one but they'll look to bounce back quickly and these sides have a little bit of a rivalry in the 23's with one or two players crossing the divide to the opposition in past years and of course last season's Semi Final where Southy quiet frankly embarrassed Cooks Hill over two legs.

Prediction: Cooks Hill's four point buffer at the top of the competition is something they'd love to add to on Saturday. South Cardiff coming off a loss will surely be fired up for a quick bounce back but at the AthField with Cooks Hill leading the competition, it may be a tough ask for Southy.

My Tip: Cooks Hill United 3-1 South Cardiff



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Under 19's:
Cooks Hill United (3rd) v South Cardiff FC (7th)
Kickoff: 11:00am

Cooks Hill were held to a 1-1 draw with fellow top-four side West Wallsend during the week. No doubt the Cookers would have been disappointed to drop points at home but they remain in a pretty decent spot, 3rd position with a game in hand on the ladder-leaders New Lambton. They've got options in front of goals too with five players having three or more goals this season.

South Cardiff stopped Thornton's winning streak last weekend which was a positive result but picking up three points here would be their aim to avoid being potentially dumped down to 9th depending on other results. As the equal lowest scoring side with nine goals and five of those coming from captain Ethan Spiers, the Gunners could do with a goal or two to some other options. It's what their opponents do best.

Prediction: Southy will come to the AthField fired up and keen to get a result but Cooks Hill's side have the quality on paper to win it and their record against mid and lower-table sides has been good so far this season. 

My Tip: Cooks Hill United 4-2 South Cardiff


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Under 17's
Cooks Hill United (4th) v South Cardiff FC (9th)
Kickoff: 9:15am

Cooks Hill 17's went down to just their second loss of the season on Wednesday night. A tight 2-1 loss to an unbeaten West Wallsend side is certainly nothing to panic about for the Cookers and they'll look to get straight back to winning ways on Saturday to ward off 5th place Kahibah from dumping them from the top four.

South Cardiff picked up a much-needed win, their first of the season last week against Thornton to move up the table. A 2-0 win was good and a clean sheet was a bonus for the Gunners. Much has been mentioned of their injuries but with time passing by quickly, the side will be hoping recovery is quick and squad numbers can be boosted. This is a big test for them on Saturday.

Prediction: With Cooks Hill teetering on the edge of the top four, they'll go into this game knowing how much a win would help them. Wednesday night was a disappointing result but they can ill-afford to think about that for too long. Cooks Hill have a lot of options and like to attack wide so they'll put pressure on Southy's defence.

My Tip: Cooks Hill United 2-0 South Cardiff



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1st Grade:
Thornton Redbacks (4th) v Singleton Strikers (9th)
Kickoff: 2:45pm

The surprise packets of 2017 are the Thornton Redbacks. Some were doubting them after a first-up win over lowly Cessnock. A win over Westy would follow and then the Redbacks would fall to a disappointing loss to leaders Cooks Hill. But they returned to action with a 5-2 win over Toronto before last week's 6-0 thumping of South Cardiff at Ulinga Oval.

The Redbacks were up for a challenge in the FFA Cup on Wednesday. They put in a decent shift and heaped a lot of pressure onto NPL side Adamstown Rosebud but they'd go down 3-0. Darrel McAllister will be hoping injuries to Jamie Subat and Tyson Fletcher will be healing soon and he can get the two key men back on the park.

Singleton so far have endured a disappointing start to the 2017 season. A 1-0 loss to West Wallsend wasn't ideal and then the Strikers would fall at home to Kahibah last weekend to the tune of 3-0. One or two defensive errors have proven costly but it's in attack where Singleton need to find some answers. They've been kept to nil two weeks in a row now.

Away from New-FM, Singleton would get a goal in the FFA Cup on Wednesday night. They led NPL side Lake Macquarie City in front of a big home support on a special night at Howe Park but they'd fall away to the quality of the opposition losing 5-1 at the end of a hard-fought contest.

Prediction: Singleton are never an easy side to take on but they've lacked going forward in recent appearances. Thornton have a knack for scoring a lot of goals this season. They have 24 goals in 5 games and could very well add some more here if Singleton don't meet them for the challenge. The score could be tighter but this should be a Redbacks win at home.

My Tip: Thornton Redbacks 4-0 Singleton Strikers



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Under 23's Match of the Round:
Thornton Redbacks (4th) v Singleton Strikers (2nd)
Kickoff: 1:00pm

The 23's Match of the Round is an all-top four encounter at Thornton Park which in itself is a rarity. The Redbacks' 23's have enjoyed a quality start to the season and with 1st Grade and the 19's doing the same, Thornton is a good place to be at the moment. They secured a hard-fought 3-2 win over previously unbeaten South Cardiff last weekend to move into the top four.

Singleton's win over Kahibah last week wasn't without worry. The Strikers will need more if they are to overcome a side that's producing good results at the moment. Defensively they were strong last week and will need similar at Thornton Park. A chance to keep touch with Cooks Hill at the top is on the line for not just Singleton but Thornton as well.

Prediction: The Redbacks have two catch-up games coming up in the next few weeks and could still find themselves at the summit at the end of the those fixtures. Thornton's only blemish this year is a tight loss to the ladder-leaders and at home they'll want to get a good result

My Tip: Thornton Redbacks 3-1 Singleton Strikers



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Under 19's Match of the Round:
Thornton Redbacks (4th) v Singleton Strikers (6th)
Kickoff: 11:15am

The Thornton 19's saw their excellent winning run come to a halt last week as they were held to a scoreless draw by South Cardiff but no doubt the Redbacks will be delighted with where they sit on the table after six games. They've got four wins from six and still have some room for improvement. Keeping clean sheets will be something they aim for and last week they did that. They'll look to get a win here and move closer to the top of the table.

Singleton's 4-0 loss to Kahibah last week wasn't anywhere near what they were aiming for. Luke Fishpool's send off didn't help them at all but with three losses and a draw in their past four games, they really need to turn their form around and quickly. A tough test away to Thornton is an ideal time for the Strikers to get back to their best football.

Prediction: This poses as a big chance for both sides. Singleton could chop a five point gap to 4th-placed Thornton with a win whilst the Redbacks can move within touching distance of top spot on the table. With Thornton having the home advantage, they'll be fired up for a big result.

My Tip: Thornton Redbacks 2-1 Singleton Strikers



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Under 17's
Thornton Redbacks (10th) v Singleton Strikers (11th)
Kickoff: 9:30am

They say desperate times call for desperate measures. A bottom of the table clash in the Under 17's looms as a chance for two sides struggling this season to taste some rare success. Thornton's form has been patchy to say the very least and a 4-0 loss to South Cardiff last week was just another bump in a road that hasn't been smooth so far in 2017.

Singleton are in an even worse position, sitting bottom of the league with seven straight losses to start the year. They had a rare lead against Kahibah last week but some implosions at the back proved costly and it's defence that's costing them dear. 31 goals conceded is the 2nd worst of any side in New-FM football. And it doesn't help when they've missed a lot of vital chances this year up front either.

Prediction: Newysports has a long tradition of tipping scoreless draws in bottom of the table matches but this one being at Thornton Park surely edges the home side into the favourites tag. Singleton's defence has been poor. It's a lot more important game for Thornton. They need answers up front.

My Tip: Thornton Redbacks 2-1 Singleton Strikers



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1st Grade Match of the Round:
Kahibah FC (2nd) v Belmont-Swansea UFC (3rd)
Kickoff: 2:30pm

It's perhaps the best rivalry New-FM football has to offer. When Kahibah meet Belswans it normally produces the best football you'll see in the division. Last time they met was the infamous 2016 Semi Final Series where Jamie Hadlow broke Kahibah hearts with the winning goal in the 2nd leg. He now wears green and black and will look to sting his former side.

The Green and Blacks picked up back-to-back New-FM wins before this fixture. 3-0 against West Wallsend and 3-0 against Singleton. Apart from a win, nothing pleases Andre Gumprecht more than a clean sheet. Kahibah have conceded just one goal in their last four New-FM fixtures, an early goal from Southy that led to a 1-0 loss. They're the best defence in the competition.

Both sides were in midweek FFA Cup action with both falling out of the national knockout competition. Kahibah went down 2-1 in a fairly timid display against New Lambton whilst Belmont-Swansea were thoroughly outclassed by the class and might of the NPL champions Edgeworth in a 9-0 loss.

Belmont-Swansea's New-FM form heading is indifferent to say the least. Both of their last two games have ended 4-3. They lost in a ten man performance against Toronto before winning last week against West Wallsend. The win against Westy saw Tega Marcus get a hat-trick that proved vital in the end as Belswans conceded two late goals. The defence can ill-afford to lapse like that again.

Prediction: This could turn out to be as good if not better than the thrilling clash between Cooks Hill and Kahibah a month ago. Both these sides hold a respectful grudge against each other and at home Kahibah will be looking for the last laugh. Both sides will need their very best if they are to win it. Expect a tight game.

My Tip: Kahibah FC 3-2 Belmont-Swansea



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Under 23's:
Kahibah FC (9th) v Belmont-Swansea UFC (3rd)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

Times are getting desperate for the Kahibah 23's. After yet another poor result at Singleton last week, they remain winless in six appearances this year. Last season they were infamous slow starters and still pushed for finals so it's not exactly panic stations just yet but they need to produce results and fast. Luck has not been on their side as of late which doesn't help.

Belmont-Swansea 23's have picked up some decent results but in most of their positive results they haven't been at their best and they were found out last week in a fairly scrappy match with West Wallsend. Drawing 2-2, Belswans gave away not one but two penalties to drop two points on their home ground. They're capable of better results than that.

Prediction: Sitting nine points outside the top four, things need improving for the Kahibah 23's but their results so far have been unconvincing. If Belswans show up and play their best they'll win but even that's not a certainty. It could be a brilliant match or it could be a lacklustre match. Who knows.

My Tip: Kahibah FC 2-2 Belmont-Swansea


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Under 19's
Kahibah FC (8th) v Belmont-Swansea UFC (5th)
Kickoff: 11:00am

It's a Semi Final rematch in the 19's on Sunday as Kahibah tackle Belswans. It's more than that though. Kahibah are looking to build some form after a 4-0 win over Singleton last weekend. Taking chances is paramount for the Green and Blacks and there'll once again be a defensive focus as they look to make less costly errors. Building pressure in the final third will be the key to victory for the home side.

The defending champions Belswans come into this game on the back of yet another draw and whilst they remain unbeaten (in fact they haven't lost in 19 games, since May 22nd last season), coach Mick Buckley was left wanting more from his side last week. They dropped off against Westy and fell to an all-too-familiar scoreline of 2-2. More desire is needed this week from the champions.

Prediction: The jury is still out on Kahibah 19's and this is a real chance for them to prove themselves with a win over a solid Belswans lineup. Belswans lacked last weekend but at their best they can go toe-to-toe with any side in the competition, as proven by 2-2 draws with Cooks Hill and New Lambton. Why not that score again between two sides that'll look to win it but perhaps cancel each other out.

My Tip: Kahibah FC 2-2 Belmont-Swansea



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Under 17's:
Kahibah FC (5th) v Belmont-Swansea UFC (6th)
Kickoff: 9:15am

Kahibah 17's haven't hit their best potential this season. Last week's 4-2 victory over Singleton was decent enough but again the Green and Blacks missed an abundance of chances. The attackers just don't seem to be scoring enough goals and ironically it was centre back and captain Joseph Hadden who'd steal the show last week with an unexpected hat-trick within the space of eight minutes either side of half-time.

Belswans' 17's have two decent results over the last two games. A win over Wallsend was followed up with a 2-2 draw with West Wallsend. Last weekend's game saw an injury halt the game and eventually after a near 40 minute wait, the game was finally ended by Harry Dyer slotting a penalty to earn a point. With a good three or four players out hurt, it's a decent time for Belswans as of late.

Prediction: Despite having some below average displays, Kahibah remain unbeaten in the 17's and could have had five wins from six if not for some late lapses against Cooks Hill and West Wallsend. They have the quality to win this but they need to find the back of the net more consistently.

My Tip: Kahibah FC 4-1 Belmont-Swansea


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1st Grade:
Toronto-Awaba (10th) v Cessnock City (11th)
Kickoff: 2:30pm

 Both Toronto and Cessnock will be disappointed to find themselves once again clashing in a bottom of the table clash but there is some optimism around this clash for both sides. Firstly, Toronto-Awaba have been outclassed at times this season but they've produced some decent football at other times and really held their own.

An example of this was last week's 2-0 loss to Wallsend. The Stags fought gallantly and were only beaten in the final stages of the game with two late Wallsend goals seeing off Adam Routledge's team. Still, Toronto can be boosted by the fact that they hold two wins this season against Southy and Belswans, two sides who aren't easy to beat. They'll see this as a chance to record a big three points at home.

For Cessnock, they've had some positives in the last week. A gripping 1-1 draw with New Lambton showed that the Hornets can on their day test some of the competition's top sides and a respectable loss to Hamilton Olympic in the FFA Cup wasn't the worst thing in the world. Lino Gatti's men conceded five against the NPL heavyweights but with some expecting double digits, it's a commendable effort with such a small squad depth compared to Olympic.

Both sides have defensive issues this season, conceding a whopping 50 goals between them. No doubt there'll likely be some goals here and it'll be attack that'll be so crucial as to who might win it. Goalkeepers Matt Zechel (Cessnock) and Blake Redman (Toronto) will both be vital as well as they look to clean up any potential mistakes at the back from their defenders.

Prediction: It's hard to see this one finishing scoreless. Both sides will be desperate for the points and therefore it wouldn't surprise to see a goalfest as they both teams try to get over the line. Neither side on paper have a good record but Toronto at home will feel as though they should win. They've shown some quality this year and this is one where three points would be golden. It'd also leave Cessnock seven points behind the Stags.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 3-2 Cessnock City


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Under 23's:
Toronto-Awaba (10th) v Cessnock City (11th)
Kickoff: 12:45pm

 It's desperation time for both of these sides as they clash at Lyall Peacock Field. Toronto-Awaba's efforts last week was nowhere near where they'd want it to be as they went down 7-1 to Wallsend F.C. Needless to say, it'd give them a lot of pleasure to pick up a win here and put a little bit of a gap between themselves and Cessnock City at the bottom of the table.

The Hornets also suffered a fairly convincing loss last week as they fell 5-0 at home to New Lambton. Seven losses in seven appearances has Cessnock lingering at the foot of the table and this game stands as a chance to right the wrongs so to speak. They simply need to get things right and pick up their first result of the season.

Prediction: With 15 games between them, these sides have conceded 62 goals. It's simply horrendous defensive form. As for a prediction, conceding Cessnock have just three goals this season and they are the away side, it's likely the Stags will fire up for this and try to put some respect back into their season.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 4-2 Cessnock City


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Under 19's:
Toronto-Awaba (9th) v Cessnock City (10th)
Kickoff: 11:00am

 Toronto's 19's away form has been decent this year with two wins from four but at home (including their moved fixture to Johnston Park) they have not tasted success. Last week's tight win over Wallsend boosted them up to six points and they'll want nothing more than to get past Cessnock here. Connor Morgan was at the double last week for the Stags and will be a threat once again.

Cessnock City bounced back from a 6-1 loss to Cooks Hill with a surprising 4-1 victory away to South Cardiff. They'd fall to another heavy loss last weekend, losing 5-0 at home to league leaders New Lambton. They're conceding a lot of goals at the moment and it's stopping the leakage at the back that'll be the key on Sunday.

Prediction: With a poor goals conceded column, Cessnock come into this game with the worst for and against in the competition. Toronto have some decent attackers on paper who should thrive on games like this. The Stags will want to record three points against Cessnock at home and with their side they should.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 2-0 Cessnock City



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Under 17's
Toronto-Awaba (3rd) v Cessnock City (7th)
Kickoff: 9:15am

 The best game of the day at Toronto may be the 17's. Toronto-Awaba in this grade have been quality. Three of their five victories this season have come in the form of 2-1 scorelines. They know how to win big and they know how to grind out results. It's a very dangerous combination and if Toronto are the real deal in the 17's then they should be the inconsistent Cessnock City.

Cessnock were humbled last week, 7-0 on their home turf by the top of the table New Lambton Eagles. Last season's trip to Toronto for Cessnock 17's got a little bit heated with a bit of a scuffle but they'll need to show a lot more than physicality to win this one. The Hornets will need arguably their best effort of the season.

Prediction: The Stags in this grade have been superb and really it's hard to see them not getting the three points here. Staying in the top four and making finals is all about consistency and facing a Cessnock side that conceded seven goals last week, it should be another victory  for Toronto.

My Tip: Toronto-Awaba 3-1 Cessnock City



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