South West Rocks Stingers will look to bounce back in a strong way tonight in a strong mid-week local derby as they take on the Lower Macleay Brumbies at home.
The Stingers suffered an unfortunate 3-1 loss to Camden Haven Redbacks on Saturday, but will look to utilise the home ground advantage tonight.
In other Saturday Women's Northern League action, the Macleay Valley Rangers defeated Upper Macleay Yowies in a high-scoring contest, winning 9-2.
Goalscorers for the Rangers were Shelby Coleman and Serenity Clancy with a double, Emma and Heidi Tamblyn, Deni Anderson and Alyce Morn.
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The Wauchope Cedars defeated Kempsey Saints 2-0 to maintain their top three spot whilst Lower Macleay Brumbies pushed Western Phoenix to their limits in a 3-2 loss.
Tonight the Rangers will take on Western Phoenix at home whilst Saints and Yowies played their mid-week fixture last week with Saints winning 4-1.
These mid-week games will mark the end of the season with Round 14 on Saturday to be still played.
"The Saturday games will be a make-up round to give everyone the opportunity to play a fair amount of matches," Football Mid North Coast General Manager Bruce Potter told the Argus.
"A points score champion will be declared across all the various age groups in our competitions.
"We couldn't do official premiers this year because of the competition structure and how everything has panned out."