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Men's Central League
Catch all the action from this Lotto Men's Central League round eleven match played at Park Island Napier.
The Central League remains tight at the top, but Napier City Rovers edged a six-pointer on Saturday when defeating Western Suburbs 3-2
Wellington Olympic beat Stop Out 2-1 to claim second spot, a point behind Rovers. Both teams had plenty of chances but Stop Out were first to score through Martin Packer just before halftime from a left foot volley.
Full-time here at Wakefield Park & Wellington Olympic AFC have come back from a goal down at half-time to take all three points v Stopout Sports Club. Goals to Birhanu Taye & Sam Blackburn see the team in blue win 2-1.
Wellington Olympic AFC are back in action tomorrow evening as 2nd plays 3rd in the Men's Central League.
For the first time this season the weather played havoc with junior and senior football, causing the postponement of one men's and three women's Central League matches this weekend.
It was a tense finish at Wakefield Park on Saturday as Miramar Rangers beat Wellington Olympic for the second time in seven days.
Wakefield Park on Saturday evening was the setting for both the upset and biggest casualty of the first round of Wellington's Chatham Cup action.
Just six points separate the top six Central League sides after the top two both faltered on Saturday.
Napier City Rovers have maintained their one-point lead of Stop Out at the top of the Cental League table as both sides won over the weekend.
A number of feature matches headline the draw for round one of the Chatham Cup in 2016.
The bad news for rest of the Central League is table-toppers Napier City Rovers are only going to get better.
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