We have a number of players on international duty this week as well as those in state league.
The weekly segment which takes you through what our players are doing during the Hyundai A-League, Westfield W-League and Foxtel National Youth League off-season.
The South Coast Wolves had their first win of the season with James Baldacchino starring in a 6-1 romp over Manly United. Baldacchino-s fine performance was matched by his teammates with their efforts reflected on the scoreboard.
Sean Symons continued his brilliant season individually scoring in the opening three minutes for Rockdale City Suns. Unfortunately for Symons the Suns- keeper got sent off two minutes later with Blacktown City running out 4-2 winners. Shayne D-Cunha came off the bench for Blacktown City.
Mark Cindric was the star for Sydney United 58 as they fell to Marconi Stallions 3-2. Cindric set-up one goal and was involved in the other as he did very well to hold the ball up; creating multiple chances for his side. Recently crowned NYL Player of the Year Jake McGing was on the pitch for the victorious Stallions.
It was a return from injury for Brendan Hooper as he played 90 minutes for Sydney Olympic. It was a solid performance by the defender in an evenly-contested game but Sutherland were the victors in a 3-2 win.
Matthew Stewart had a busy weekend for Blacktown City with a 3-2 win over Rockdale City Suns in the U18s before joining up with Blake Tuxford in the U20s for a 0-0 draw again against Rockdale City.
The North West Sydney Koalas defeated Marconi Stallions 2-0 with Jessica Seaman lining-up at centre back and Servet Uzunlar in midfield. Helen Petinos played 90 minutes for the Stallions.
Jordan Baker, Michelle Carney and Caitlin Cooper had a game to forget as Illawarra Stingrays lost 5-1 to table-toppers Macarthur Rams while Rachael Soutar played the full 90 minutes in Sydney Uni-s 2-1 loss to Manly United.
Jenna Kingsley scored in only her second game back from injury for the Blacktown Spartans as they defeated FNSW Institute NSW 2-0 while also defeating Northbridge 2-1 on Sunday.
Emily van Egmond, Alanna Kennedy and Teigen Allen have all travelled to Vietnam for the Asian Cup as the Matildas as they attempt retain the trophy they won in 2011 and qualify for the FIFA World Cup.
Daniel Alessi, Jaushua Sotirio and Shayne D-Cunha have travelled to Dubai with the Young Socceroos.
With the Hyundai A-League season concluded you can still support your Wanderers as our players take the field in the National Premier League.
Mark Cindric will look to continue his good form when Sydney United 58 take on the winless APIA Leichhardt Tigers on Saturday. The match kicks-off at 7:30pm at Lambert Park.
Marconi Stallions and Jake McGing face the undefeated Blacktown Spartans at Marconi Stadium on Saturday. Kick-off is 7:30pm.
One of the form players of the competition, Sean Symons, will line-up with his Rockdale City Sun teammates to bounce back from their unlucky loss last week. Their opponents are Sutherland Sharks with kick-off 7:30pm Saturday at Seymour Shaw.
Sydney Olympic travel to Cromer Park where Brendan Hooper will hope to claim victory over Manly United. The match is on Sunday with kick-off at 3pm.
Blacktown City-s Wanderers duo of Blake Tuxford and Matthew Stewart host Bonnyrigg White Eagles at Lilys Football Centre on Sunday. Kick-off for the U20s is 1pm.
Fresh off their first win, South Coast Wolves and James Baldacchino travel to WIN Jubilee Oval to play St George. Kick-off is on Sunday at 3pm.
Servet Uzunlar and Jessica Seaman will line-up for North West Sydney Koalas as they face Manly United at ELS Hall Park on Sunday. Kick-off is 3pm.
There will be four Wanderers on the pitch at JJ Kelly Park for Illawarra Stingrays as Jordan Baker, Caitlin Cooper and Michelle Carney takes on Jenna Kingsley-s Blacktown Spartans. Kick-off is 3pm on Sunday.
Rachael Soutar and Georgia Rowntree will have to be in fine form when their Sydney University takes on league-leaders Macarthur Rams on Sunday. Kick-off is 3pm at Wilson Park.
Helen Petinos- Marconi Stallions travel to Northbridge Oval on Sunday to take on Northbridge. Kick-off is 3:30pm.