Bonnyrigg move into third place

Bonnyrigg have moved into third place on the National Premier League's NSW Men's Elite 1 competition after a 1-0 win against Sutherland Sharks.

Mitchell Long scored the match-winner in the second half after replacing former Sydney FC Terry McFlynn in his home debut for his new club.

Sydney United 58 FC beat Blacktown City 1-0, and Marconi drew 1-1 with South Coast Wolves, who are coached by former Stallions stalwart Nahuel Arrarte.

In other sports news:

NSW Cup rugby league

Mounties will play the Canterbury Bulldogs in round 11 of the NSW Cup on Saturday at Aubrey Keech Reserve, Liverpool.

After last week's bye Mounties sit in second place on the ladder. Kick off is 3pm.

Lions celebrate successes

Fairfield Liverpool Cricket Association will hold its annual presentation dinner at Cabramatta Leagues Club on Saturday, May 31, at 7pm.

District football

Southern Districts Soccer Football Association has kicked off the new season.

Administration manager Rosie Lentini said the association looks forward to a big things in the junior and senior age groups.

The association has 36 clubs, 650 teams and more than 11,000 registered players from the Liverpool and Fairfield districts.

Lentini said the start of the season was delayed one week because of rain but it's now in full swing.


Wrestling setback

The Commonwealth Games dream of Abbotsbury wrestler Carissa Holland is over.

The 19-year-old, who qualified for the women's under-58 kilograms division for Glasgow, dislocated her elbow in a wrestling competition in Melbourne.

She is now turned her focus to the Olympic qualifiers next year.