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Revenge for Penrith

Recent action from Mono Park. (Photo by Mark McGuinness).

At Mono Park, Sydney yesterday, Round 7 of the 2010 NSW League in mens football saw Penrith Gaels gain a measure of revenge over table toppers Michael Cusacks, for their defeat to them in last year’s ‘League final. The win solidifies Penrith’s third table spot and increases their chances of again reaching the playoff stages. Meanwhile, Young Irelands win over Cormac MacAnallens on Sunday sees them just within a point of top place while ‘Macs have a big test ahead of them next week in the last round when taking on Clan NaGael for that all important final playoff birth.
In Camogie Clan Na Gael increased their lead at the head of the table when beating Craobh Padraig while second place Central Coast had an emphatic win over MacAnallens. While the top two seem destined to meet in the final, ‘Cusacks at the bottom look the likely ones to lose out for a playoff place.
In Ladies Football the position at the top is a reverse of the standings in Camogie in so far as Central Coast in this instance continue to lead the way when recording a comprehensive victory over third place ‘Cusacks, while second place Clan Na Gael maintain their place with a six point win over ‘MacAnallens on a scoreline of 0-11 to 1-2 (5).
There was no hurling fixtures down for decision on Sunday.
So all is in readiness for a few hectic weeks of Gaelic games action in Mono Park as this year’s League arrives at the knockout stages where points accumalated won’t mean a hell of a lot from here on in.

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NOTE:
There will be Podcast reports for the knock-out stages of the NSW League

Coming up later today, ‘Big Apple Monday Night’ with reporter Eugene Kyne.

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