Football Mid North Coast Premier League round 14
TAREE'S Football Mid North Coast Premier League semi-final hopes are in tatters after a 4-0 loss to Camden Haven in the clash at Omaru Park.
Camden Haven Redbacks made it back to back wins. The Reds remain well in the hunt for Finals however the Wildcats now sit six points out of the top five.
Port United v Wallis Lake (Dixie Park, Port Macquarie)
Port United and Wallis Lake shared the points with a 2-2 draw at Dixie Park. The Lakies led 1-0 at half time, but needed a late penalty to draw the match and remain in third. United's lead at the top is now seven points with four rounds remaining.
Port Saints v Macleay Valley Rangers (Findlay Park, Port Macquarie)
Macleay Valley Rangers moved into second place with a 1-0 win away to Port Saints who drop to fourth. A Justin Crockford goal for Rangers on the hour mark proved the difference.
Kempsey Saints v Wauchope (Eden Street, Kempsey)
Kempsey Saints got the job done at home with a 6-1 win over Wauchope. The Saints sit fifth on goal difference ahead of the Redbacks.
Tuncurry Forster Tigers had the bye.
The first grade points table reads: Port United 38, Macleay Valley 31, Wallis Lake 29, Port Saints 29, Kempsey Saints 20, Camden Haven 20, Tuncurry-Forster 14, Taree 14, Wauchope 6.