One for the neutrals.
That's how to describe proceedings at Eden Street Playing Fields on Saturday after a total of 11 goals hit the back of the net in the Macleay Valley Rangers vs Kempsey Saints Coastal Premier League Southern Conference derby.
With a slight wind and the temperature at 21 degrees, conditions were no problem despite the football season not normally reaching the hotter months.
Rangers kicked off proceedings with an excellent goal to Steve Morn in the 8th minute after a great build of play.
Saints hit back three minutes later through a well placed Corey Crotty free-kick.
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Opportunities then came to both sides with neither able to land the final blow.
Sam Mahoney bucked the trend of close chances in the 28th minute with possibly the goal of the weekend, hitting a left footed long shot to make it 2-1.
Rangers failed to go away however with Evan Clarke and Steve Morn scoring 10 and 15 minutes later.
The constant changing of the score-sheet continued with Saints' Harry James finishing a great through ball from Angus Patterson with the score 3-3 at half-time.
Both sides didn't come out of the break firing with the first fifteen minutes seeing no clear cut chances.
However, the injection of prolific Rangers striker Chad Applegate turned the match on its head as he put Rangers in the lead at the 60th minute mark after a great assist from Chris Walker.
Brett Morn then made it 5-3 ten minutes later with an assist from Applegate.
Nick Wright then proved why he's one of the most dangerous strikers in the competition five minutes later to score and put the pressure on Rangers.
Macleay Valley weren't worried however with Evan Clarke scoring on the back of another Walker assist.
Brett Morn put the icing on the cake in the 85th minute to score a well timed long shot and deliver himself a double and man of the match honours.
The 7-4 win delivered Rangers the Kay Clarke Memorial Shield and saw them finish on top of the CPL South ladder with an excellent end to the season.
Coach Chris Walker was pleased to see the Shield in Rangers hands.
"Obviously winning the shield the first year and then losing it last year it's good to re-gain it," he told the Argus.
"We wanted to finish the season strong, we worked hard pre the COVID break and obviously once we returned that hard work continued at training and playing with a lot of effort put in during the year so it's a nice pay off to finish in first."
Saints coach Kevin Sinclair was, as always, pleased to see both clubs play off in good spirits for the shield.
"The Clarke's have always been about getting kids on the park and enjoying their football," he said post-match.
With Rangers finishing in first it's still yet to be confirmed if they're official winners of the Southern Conference competition with no official word yet from Football Mid North Coast on a first versus second final.