NPL New South Wales table
National Premier Leagues New South Wales

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# Team Pts P W D L GF GA GD Form
1 59 25 19 2 4 65 35 30
L
W
W
W
W
2 53 25 17 2 6 60 30 30
W
W
W
W
D
3 48 25 15 3 7 66 37 29
L
D
D
L
W
4 45 25 13 6 6 54 32 22
D
W
W
L
L
5 43 25 13 4 8 41 36 5
W
L
L
W
D

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Top 3 scorersFull Scorers List

# Player Team Goals Penalties
1
Alec Urosevski
26 8
2
Roy O'Donovan
16 4
3
J. O'Brien
14 1

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Top 3 assistsFull Assists List

# Player Team Assists
1
Matthew Hatch
4
2
Rory Jordan
4
3
Zachary Sapsford
3

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The NPL New South Wales

The NPL New South Wales is a football competition based in Australia. It is a key component of the Australian football league structure, sitting at the second tier of the Australian football pyramid.

League Features

The NPL New South Wales primarily comprises clubs based in the New South Wales state. It provides a platform for the development of Australian football talent. The competition is known for its high level of competitiveness and love for the sport, with teams battling each season for promotion to a higher level.

Competition Level

At the second tier of the Australian football hierarchy, the NPL New South Wales represents a significant stepping stone for players looking to make their mark in the world of football. Matches are often fiercely contested and provide spectators with an exciting and unpredictable experience.

League Organisation and History

The NPL New South Wales was established in 2013, as part of a restructuring of Australian football. It is organised by Football New South Wales, an organisation that oversees football in the New South Wales state. Since its inception, the league has played a crucial role in the development of Australian football, providing a competitive platform for clubs and players.