NARRABEEN are wary of a resurgent Pittwater RSL FC ahead of their tussle this weekend at Kitchener.
The Greens finally clicked into gear last start, thrashing CC Strikers 3-0 to move off the bottom of the ladder.
Narrabeen were equally impressive, outclassing St Augustine’s 4-0 to set up an enticing 90 minute encounter this Saturday afternoon at Mona Vale.
“Hopefully last weekend was a one off, no one wants to play an on-songPitts whena few teams arechasing a spot in the top four,” Beenies striker Sipan Berti said.
“I think it will be very tough, butour boys are flying, the win over Saints was good for us.
“With Curly playing Brookie, if they(Curly) lose and we win, we are onlyoff fourth spot on goal difference.”
Meanwhile, Dee Why striker Matt Cooper has declared Saturday’s game versus Saints a ‘six pointer.’
“They are in a similar situation to us and will want a battle,” he said.
“Morale is stillhigh, we are a close bunch and will back ourselves to stay up.”
Other games see CC Strikers play Mosman, Curl Curl host the Blues and Seaforth entertain Wakehurst.