Battlewin Premier League

The Battlewin Premier League competition for 2019 will consist of 12 clubs, competing in a 22 round home and away season before a 4 week finals series to crown the BPL champion. Both Woongarrah and Wyoming will enter the BPL competition in 2019 after successful seasons in Division One in 2018. They will take the place of both Kincumber and Umina who were relegated after underwhelming 2018 campaigns. The 2019 season kicks off under lights on Friday the 22nd of March, with all first round fixtures to be played at the home of Central Coast Football, Pluim Park.

CCF are proud to announce Battlewin Sports as the Naming Rights Partner for the Men’s Premier League competition for the next three years (2017-2019). The deal sees the League Champions and Premiers guaranteed a share in $10,000 prize money, along with Player of the year and Coach of the year awards.

Battlewin Sports are a division of the Scribal Group specialising in providing sporting clubs, academies, teams and associations a ‘one stop shop’ for all their supply requirements. These include a comprehensive range of strapping tapes and medical products, team uniforms, club apparel, sublimated gear, promotional and registration packs, gear bags and trophies.

BPL Club Championship 2019

ClubPU21sRES1stPts
1604894135277
2603974126239
3603872120230
4604258117217
5603638129203
6603938108185
760115099160
860267645147
960277048145
1060214845114
1160125442108
1260781227

In 2019 a Club Championship will determine relegation from the BPL and promotion to the BPL via Division One. The last and second last placed sides in the 2019 BPL Club Championship will be relegated to Division One in 2020. The first and second placed sides in the 2019 Division One Club Championship will be promoted to the BPL in 2020.

Central Coast Football will use the following metric to determine points allocations for the 2019 BPL Club Championship:

First Grade: Competition Points Multiplied by Three (3).

Reserve Grade: Competition Points Multiplied by Two (2).

U/21s: Competition Points Multiplied by One (1).

BPL Round Twenty Review

Round twenty of the Battlewin Premier League saw both Killarney District and Southern and Ettalong United held to draws, allowing BPL newcomers Woongarrah to sneak into second position as we enter...

Battlewin Premier League Preview | Round Twenty

This weekend sees the Battlewin Premier League enter its final three weeks of the 2019 season, with a number of finals contenders set to go head to head across the Central Coast this weekend! The...

BPL Round Nineteen Review

Another competitive round of Battlewin Premier League football played out across the Central Coast on Sunday afternoon with just 8 points separating 1st and 6th on the competition table with three...

Battlewin Premier League Preview | Round Nineteen

Round Nineteen of the Battlewin Premier League sees another two big clashes between sides in the top six, as well as a big match at the bottom of the league that could have huge ramifications on the...

BPL Round Eighteen Review

Until last season’s expansion of the Battlewin Premier League the league championship would have been decided following this weekend’s 18th round and Killarney District would have been celebrating...

BPL Round Seventeen Review

With just five rounds of the 2019 Battlewin Premier League season left to play, the fight for a finals position is beginning to heat up! Catch up on all of the weekends action! ⬇️ BPL RD 17...

BPL Round Sixteen Review | Re-Schedules

While the two Round 16 Battlewin Premier League matches that went ahead last Sunday were between the bottom four teams three of this weekend’s four deferred games were between sides in the top six....

Battlewin Premier League 2019

ClubPWDLGDPts
1201433+4145
2201343+1243
3201334+2142
4201244+2540
5201307+2339
6201136+536
7201037+1233
8204412-1216
9203611-1815
10204313-2915
11204214-2614
12201118-544

Battlewin Premier League Golden Boot

GoalsPlayer
19Keith Gumbs (SEU).
14Troy Mumford (BER).
11Jesse Parnell (GOS), Matt Hall (WMG), Jared McNee (WMG), Pat Mills (WMG), Erik Riquelme (TER), Ben Runge (WGA).
10Matt Hall (KDS).
9Stuart Adams (AVO), James Caban (SEU), Kane Woolston (WGA), Cameron Wilkinson (TER).

Previous Golden Boot Winners

YearPlayer Goals
2018Robbie Walton (EGO)21
2017Robbie Walton (EGO)20
2016Tim Knight (KDS)22
2015Keith Gumbs (SEU)18
2014Brenton Olzomer (BER)22
2013Michael Payne (WMG)16
2012Jack North (WMG)16
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