FIRED up Wakehurst have the League Championship firmly on their minds ahead of their clash with league leaders Narrabeen this Saturday.
The Tigers are flying in 2016, and know if they beat the Beanies and Pittwater RSL FC next week, they will be in the box seat to win the title.
“I would say we have surpassed expectation, we wanted to be in the top four,” Wakehurst coach Paul Juergens said.
“The boys are pumped, they know the prize that awaits.
“We also haven’t forgotten the last time we played Narrabeen (5-0) loss, we would love to rectify that.”
Elsewhere, Dee Why take on Pittwater, Seaforth tackle Manly Vale, St Augustine’s do battle with Manly Allambie and Mosman lock horns with Brookvale.
With two rounds to play, Narrabeen, Pitts and Wakehurst are all locked on 29 points, making it one of the most open MWFA Premier League competitions in recent years.