WINGHAM Warriors dominated the Football Mid North Coast men's Southern League A-grade competition this year.
The Warriors were unbeaten and scored 58 goals while only conceding four. Thirteen games were played before the competition was stopped due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
The Warriors had 35 points and were clear of Pacific Palms on 31, Old Bar 29, Tuncurry-Forster Gold 24, Tinonee 21 and Cundletown 21 on the competition ladder.
For the first time FMNC decided to split the league into two divisions following the completion of the first round. Six teams were in A-grade with five in B-grade.
However, only two games were played following the split before the season came to an untimely end.
FMNC general manager Bruce Potter said if there's sufficient sides the zone will play two separate divisions next year, as is the case in the Northern League.