Category: FNSW PL

FNSW 2019 PL1 R8 Wrap

Round 8 of the 2019 Football NSW Premier League 1 competition saw the Boomerangs on the road to Campbelltown to take on the Campbelltown City Quake club. It has been a long time between visits for the Boomerangs at this Minto venue due to not playing in the same grade as the Quake for five or so years.

Three development squad matches were played, again providing the youngest of the Boomers with the opportunity to play against the best junior futsal players from Sydney. The matches against the Quake youngsters did not disappoint.

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FNSW 2019 PL1 R7 Wrap

Round 7 of the 2019 Football NSW Premier League 1 competition saw the Boomerangs at home against the only club yet to be played this season – Mascot Vipers. In previous years the Vipers have been a stalwart of the Premier League 1 competition and recently won the club championship. This year, they have strong teams across many age groups, but also a few age groups where there was an opportunity for a result for the Boomerangs teams.

A full set of development squad matches were played, again providing the youngest of the Boomers with the opportunity to play against the best junior futsal players from Sydney.

There were some strong performances across the day, but also some disappointment where opportunities were not fully realised to gain a couple more wins. But there was again strong performances from the 16 boys and 17 girls and both the open men’s and women’s team, with the women coming away with a win against the previously undefeated Vipers.

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FNSW 2019 PL1 R6 Wrap

Round 6 of the 2019 Football NSW Premier League 1 competition saw the Boomerangs on the road for the second weekend in succession taking on the Mountain Majik club in Blacktown.

A full set of development squad matches were played, simultaneously with the competitive matches, which started early at 8:30am; meaning very early starts for the youngest travelling Boomers.

There was again some good performances across all age groups however this has not resulted in many wins – especially in the competitive age groups, and importantly those that contribute to the season’s Club Championship (14 boys and older).

However, there were also some strong performances by the 11/12 girls, who played a couple of games, and the development ages boys, led by the 11-year old cohort that continues to impress with some great performances against all PL1 clubs.

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FNSW 2019 PL1 R5 Wrap

Round 5 of the 2019 Football NSW Premier League 1 competition saw the Boomerangs on the road again to the Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre at Riverwood to take on Enfield Allstars.

A full array of development squad matches were played with some terrific performances from all the teams, racking up a couple of wins and playing some high-quality futsal.

There continues to be a growing number of good performances across all age groups and it is clear that the players and teams are now getting more used to the higher level required at the Premier League 1 level.

A couple of wins in the older age groups and a much more competitive performance all round gives hope for the remainder of the season at this level.

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FNSW 2019 PL1 R4 Wrap

Round 4 of the 2019 Football NSW Premier League 1 competition saw the Boomerangs at home against a strong UTS Northside club.

A full array of development squad matches were played as UTS brought down their juniors for the day trip.

There were a number of good performances throughout the day – from individuals and from teams, and for certain stages of matches – but the performances weren’t of a high enough standard to take any competition points from UTS, A disappointing outcome from the day’s proceedings.

To check out the photos of Saturday’s matches head to the Boomerangs photo site.
For full match and highlight videos (as they become available), head to the BoomersTV YouTube channel.

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FNSW 2019 PL1 R3 Wrap

Round 3 of the 2019 Football NSW Premier League 1 competition saw the Boomerangs hit the road for the first away trip of the season taking on Eastern Suburbs Hakoah in Alexandria.

The development squad matches were cancelled due to a lack of available players from both clubs.

To check out the photos of Saturday’s matches head to the Boomerangs photo site.
For full match and highlight videos (as they become available), head to the BoomersTV YouTube channel.

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FNSW 2019 PL1 R2 Wrap

Round 2 of the 2019 Football NSW Premier League 1 competition saw the Boomerangs take on Inner West Magic at home.

Inner West has been, without doubt, the competition front runners in the FNSW Premier League competition for over a decade. They have won the Club Championship almost every season and have teams featuring in finals across all age groups, almost every year. Any round against the Magic is always a challenge for any club!

The day’s program included five development squad matches and eight competitive matches, with the 14 boys match postponed to a later date.

To check out the photos of Saturday’s matches head to the Boomerangs photo site.
For full match and highlight videos (as they become available), head to the BoomersTV YouTube channel.

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FNSW 2019 PL1 R1 Wrap

Round 1 of the 2019 Football NSW Premier League 1 competition saw the Boomerangs take on Campbelltown City Quake at home in the club’s first foray back in the top league for a couple of seasons.

The day’s program included four development squad games, the 12 boys and 13 girls competitive matches and the 14s through to open ages (the seven matches that contribute to the Club Championship).

Quake always present with solid squads across the board, and it was certainly a challenging first up outing for the Boomerangs club even with the home-court advantage.

To check out the photos of Saturday’s matches head to the Boomerangs photo site.
For full match and highlight videos (as they become available), head to the BoomersTV YouTube channel.

Development Squad Matches
Quake brought with them a full contingent of development squads, giving the youngest Boomerangs players (from 9-11 year’s old) a solid outing against good opposition. The young teams performed admirably and were more than competitive against the travellers from Campbelltown.

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Season Preview- FNSW PL1

For the fifth time in the club’s 10-year association with Football NSW futsal leagues, Boomerangs FS will be competing in the top league for the 2019 season.

In the history of the FNSW futsal competitions, it is doubtful that any other club has bounced so frequently between league levels on such a regular basis.

From entering the Super League in 2009-10 (the then second tier), the Boomerangs took little time to acclimatise to the new level of competition gaining promotion to the Premier League in 2011-12. This was followed by the longest stretch in the top league, at three consecutive seasons.

2014-15 saw the club compete in the then second tier, the State League for a single season; and with the addition of an extra league the following year, saw promotion into the newly established Premier League 2 competition for 2015-16. Winning the Club Championship in the inaugural year of the PL2 competition was satisfying and met with promotion back into PL1 once again.

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FNSW Player Trials 2019

Boomerangs FS is seeking new and existing players to trial for the 2019 FNSW Premier League competition.

All junior players interested in playing this coming summer season must complete the form below by Sunday, June 16.

After a hugely successful 18/19 season, and gaining promotion from PL2, Boomerangs FS will contest the FNSW PL1 competition for the summer season of 2019 with matches commencing late in September.

The season will consist of fourteen competitive rounds of home and away matches including seven away games to various parts of Sydney, potentially a double header weekend and finals. Player trials will commence during late June/early July with teams selected ready for pre-season training to commence in early August.

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