Football Mid North Coast Premier League round 13 results

Wingham's Guy Welch sends a pass away during Saturday's game against Kempsey Saints.

Wingham's Guy Welch sends a pass away during Saturday's game against Kempsey Saints.

PORT United ended Old Bar's Football Mid North Coast Premier League top five aspirations with a 2-0 win in the round 13 game played at Port Macquarie.

The loss leaves the Barbarians in second last place on 11 points.

Old Bar will need a major form reversal or heavenly intervention if they are going to play finals football this season.

Taree scored an important 2-1 win over Port Saints to move to fourth place on percentages.

However, the Wildcats, Kempsey Saints and Macleay all sit on 18 points, two clear of Port FC.

In other round 13 results Macleay held competition leaders Wallis Lake to a 0-0 draw, while Camden Haven and Port FC drew 2-2.

Kempsey Saints struggled in a 2-1 win over Wingham at Wingham.

Wallis Lake sits on top of the ladder on 30 points followed by Port United on 26, Camden Haven 21, Taree, Kempsey Saints and Macleay Valley all on 18 while Port FC has 16, Old Bar 11 and Wingham 6.

Wallis Lake continued their unbeaten run in reserve grade with a 3-0 result over Macleay.

Port United thrashed Old Bar 5-0, while Taree accounted for Port Saints 5-2.

Port FC downed Camden Haven 2-0, while Wingham gave their supporters something to cheer about with a 1-0 victory over Kempsey Saints.

Wallis Lake has 37 points, Port United 32, Macleay 26, Taree 23, Port FC 19, Port Saints 16, Kempsey Saints 16, Wingham 9, Old Bar 6 and Camden Haven 4.

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