Wingham Warriors aim for top four Premier League berth

A TOP four berth is a realistic target for Wingham in the Football Mid North Coast Premier League, according to coach John Bevitt.

The Warriors have two draws and a win from the opening five games and sit just of the top five. Wingham scored their first win of the season last week when accounting for Old Bar and now meet co-leaders Port United at Wingham tomorrow.

"A top four berth that's our goal now,'' Bevitt said.

Bevitt said the results last weekend show there's no such thing as an easy game in the competition.

"No-one will be taking anyone lightly,'' he said.

Bevitt added the win over Old Bar was timely for the Warriors, coming off the back of two disappointing performances.

He will make one forced change to the side that accounted for Old Bar.

Kynan Groundwater limped off with an ankle injury against the Barbarians and Bevitt expects him to be sidelined for a couple of weeks. He was due to determine Groundwater's replacement last night however, Osama Ali is favoured to come into the side.

In other games this weekend Wallis Lakes will host Port Saints at Boronia Park, Kempsey Saints and Port FC meet at Eden Street, Kempsey.

Reserve grade starts at 1.15 with firsts at 3pm.