TABLES TURNED: Upsets don't come much bigger than what Westlawn Tigers performed on Urunga.
TABLES TURNED: Upsets don't come much bigger than what Westlawn Tigers performed on Urunga. File photo

Tigers take big bite out of top four teams

EVERY lane has a turn, and for Westlawn it took 350 days to find the bend.

Upsets rarely come bigger than what the Tigers performed last start against Urunga with a 1-0 win that wiped away any dreams the Raiders had of taking the leap into the top two.

Today, Westlawn has another mountain to climb and the players won't find it easy with a visit to Korora to take on Northern Storm.

That club drew 1-1 with Coffs United and have all but a mortgage on fourth spot for the play-offs.

Boambee won both matches over the weekend to open up an eight point advantage over Coffs United and take on that team tomorrow at home.

The Bombers have a tough run in the final four matches of the season but the break should be enough to ensure the minor premiership is theirs.

The club also sits comfortably at the top of the women's division after downing Urunga 5-1.

Today's opponent is Orara Valley sitting in eighth.



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