WALLIS Lake secured the Football Mid North Coast Premier League minor premiership with a 4-0 win over Camden Haven in the match at Laurieton.
The victory and Port United's 2-1 loss to Macleay Valley gives Lakes a four point buffer over United going into the last round of the season.
Port Saints thrashed Old Bar 6-1 to stay in the race for the top five. They are now two points shy of fifth placed Kempsey Saints.
Kempsey Saints finally ended Taree's faint top five chances with a 4-2 result at Omaru Park while Port FC beat Wingham 5-3.
Wallis Lake leads on 39 followed by Port United on 35, Macleay Valley 28, Camden Haven 27, Kempsey Saints 25, Port Saints 23, Port FC 19, Taree 18, Old Bar 17 and Wingham 6.
Camden Haven scored the biggest upset of the reserve grade season when accounting for the the previously unbeaten Wallis Lake 3-2. Port United have now joined Lakes on top of the ladder after beating Macleay 3-0.
In other results Port Saints defeated Old Bar 1-0 Old Bar, Taree and Kempsey Saints drew 1-1 while Port FC beat Wingham 4-0.
Wallis Lake and Port United lead on 44 points from Macleay on 33, Port FC 28, Taree 27, Port Saints 20, Kempsey Saints 19, Camden Haven 11, Old Bar and Wingham on 9.