Premier League | Round 14 Review

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AN INJURY time goal from Josh Jacka-Easter rescued a point for St Augustine’s in their 2-2 draw with Narrabeen on Saturday.

Saints won plenty of admirers after coming from behind twice at Narrabeen Sports High.

Beanies defender Josh Lawson felt it was two points dropped, but paid tribute to the hard working nature of the visitors.

“They are certainly one of the better teams we have played this year,” he said.

“Obviously we were disappointed to concede at the death, but a draw was probably a fair outcome.”

Other games saw Dee Why move into the top four after belting Wakehurst 5-1, Pittwater RSL FC whacked Manly Allambie 6-2, Seaforth cruised to a 3-0 win against Mosman and Manly Vale beat Brookvale 3-2.



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