Macleay Valley Rangers continue to keep Port United at bay in the Women's Northern League as the end of the season nears completion.
Currently, their are three remaining rounds listed on the Women's Northern League fixture list with the final round listed as TBA.
The Rangers managed a dominant 11-1 win over Lower Macleay Brumbies on Saturday to extend their goal differential out to 76 whilst Port United had a 7-0 away win over South West Rocks Stingers with their differential reading 67.
Both Rangers and United sit in equal first.
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Goalscorers for Rangers were Emma Tamblyn, Serenity Clancy, Mylina Clancy, Lisa Morn, Heidi Tamblyn, Shelby Coleman and Alyce Morn.
Rangers will hope to use their winning momentum to their advantage on Saturday against Upper Macleay Yowies in Willawarrin.
In other Saturday Women's Northern League action, Kempsey Saints moved into fourth place with a 4-3 win over Phoenix whilst the Upper Macleay Yowies suffered an unfortunate 5-1 loss to Camden Haven Redbacks.
Wednesday night will see Kempsey Saints host Upper Macleay Yowies at Eden Street Playing Fields.