NSW Conference League South
The NSW Conference League South is the 4th level of the State Wide Football NSW League. It shares the 4th level with the NSW Conference League North. It was formed in 2007 when the old NSW State Division 3 and Division 2 were merged to form one level in the NSW soccer league system.
NSW Conference League South seasons
2007 team line-up
- Camden Tigers
- Colo Coo Wanderers
- Gazy Lansvale
- Gladesville United
- Hurstville City
- Lakemba Sports Club
- Luddenham United
2007 season table
|Lakemba Sports Club||15||3||3||79||37||42||48|
2007 season summary
At the closing stages of the season, Greenisland faced a Hurstville City side from the Conference North League which was hungry to win. In the end of the match the Minotuars beat Greenisland 4–2. Roosters FC lost in the elimination final match against Lakemba Sports Club 2–1. Greenisland now had to beat Lakemba to make the grand final against the Minotuars but it failed to beat Lakemba in the preliminary final.
2008 team lists
- Camden Tigers
- Colo Cclo Wanderers
- Fairfield Bulls
- Gazy Lansvale FC
- Greenisland SFC
- Lilli Pilli Football Club
- Sydney Cedars(Formerly Lakemba Sports Club)
- White City Football Club
|White City FC||11||0||5||47||19||28||33|
|Gazy Lansvale FC||8||2||6||49||35||14||26|
|Colo Colo Wanderers||8||1||7||52||33||19||25|
|Lilli Pilli Football Club||7||4||5||38||23||15||25|
|Home team||Score||Away team|
|Camden Tigers||2–0||Balmain SC|
2008 grand final summary
The 2008 season decider on Sunday afternoon at Mona Park had an air of excitement about it, an expectation of a cracker match between the competition’s heavyweights, Camden Tigers and Balmain SC.
Just as the clock clicked over to reflect the 90th minute, and as everyone was preparing for extra time, Camden’s substitute, MacDonald, managed to get to a through ball before it crossed the goal-line, into the net to give the Tigers a 1–0 lead.
As soon as Mr Christie pointed to the spot, there was ever only going to be one outcome, and Buonavoglia picked himself up, dusted himself off, and sent Camden keeper Johnston the wrong way as he converted the penalty to send the grand final into extra time. 1 all.
Extra time had barely started and Camden had hit the front once again, Spain putting the Tigers 2–1 Up. A couple of minutes later and it all square again with, remarkably, the game’s fourth goal in almost as many minutes. Merlino beat a number of players to the loose ball to thump his shot into the unguarded net. 2 all.
Camden went first and scored 1–0 Camden Tigers. Buonavoglia scored with aplomb and making it 1-all. McDonald then left Fujiwara standing to score for Camden. 2–1 to Tigers. The MacKechnie brothers then scored both of their penalties for Camden, whilst Tucker and Pettenon did likewise for Balmain to cap off great personal performances. 4–3 to Tigers. Substitute McCormack then duly scored his penalty for Balmain to make it 4–4, and send the shootout into sudden death. Hardwick calmly converted his kick(5–4 to Balmain)Balmain SC are the 2008 Conference League Champions.
|2007||Hurtsville City FC||5–0||Lakemba Sports Club|
- Football NSW Web Site  retrieved 17 August 2008