SEAFORTH’s season is no longer on life support following a hard fought 2-1 win against Manly Allambie on Saturday.
Veteran Matt Gale and one time Manly United striker Michael McGinley scored the goals for the hosts at Seaforth Oval, but coach Adam Israel felt the performance of keeper Michael Steell was the difference.
“He was fantastic for us, one of his saves was world class,” the Seaforth boss said.
“It goes without saying we needed that three points.
“We are finally beginning to gel, but I think we will have some nervous moments in the second half of the season.
“Spirits are high, I can’t fault the effort.”
Seaforth, Mosman and Brookvale are all locked on seven points in what is looming as a real relegation dogfight.
Other games saw Wakehurst beat Pittwater RSL FC 2-1, Narrabeen outclassed Mosman 5-1, St Augustine’s moved into the top four after dusting Brookvale 1-0 and Dee Why stunned Manly Vale 3-1.