Summer Youth League Progress

October 24th, 2016
PICTURED: Action from the Goonellabah vs. Lismore Richmond Rovers female SYL fixture.

Three teams remain undefeated after the first three rounds in each of the respective male and female Summer Youth League competitions.

Alstonville, Bangalow and Lismore Richmond Rovers are yet to face defeat in the male competition, while Alstonville, Bangalow and Lismore Thistles have secured the maximum nine points available so far in the female competition.

The Tursa Employment and Training Summer Youth League concept has proved very popular and although many teams are likely already out of contention for a trophy, young players are enjoying the opportunity to gain valuable experience in an environment that offers a high level of football. The SYL competitions also provide a good opportunity for many young match officials to test their skills, with the support of senior mentors.

Play continues this Friday evening, with the Tursa Employment and Training Summer Youth League Champions to be crowned on Friday night 2nd December, after the completion of the nine rounds.

For more information about SYL fixtures, click here

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