PORT Saints caused the biggest upset of the Football Mid North Coast Premier League season so far by defeating co-competition leaders Camden Haven 4-1 at Findlay Park, Port Macquarie.
This was United's first win of the year.
It was a poor weekend for the competition front runners, with co-leader, Wallis Lake, going down to Port FC 3-2.
Wingham scored their first win of the season when accounting for Old Bar 2-1. The relegates the Barbarians to equal last place on the ladder.
In the local derby Macleay Valley and Kempsey Saints drew 1-1 while Port United and Taree drew 1-1 at Dixie Park, Port Macquarie.
Three teams now lead the competition, with Wallis Lake and Camden Haven joined by Port United on 10 points. Taree Wildcats have nine while Kempsey Saints round off the top five with eight points.
Old Bar and Port Saints sit in last place on three.