WAKEHURST have breathed new life into the MWFA Premier League title race after beating Seaforth 3-1 on Saturday.
Andrew Green was the hero for the Tigers, finishing with a hat-trick, but it was the team performance which pleased coach Paul Juergens.
“It was a big effort from our boys, we knew we had to be up for it,” the Wakehurst boss said.
“Seaforth are a tough team to play, I thought we kept our shape well and attacked when we had to out wide.
“It (win) keeps us in the hunt (for the title), I’m a happy coach.”
Elsewhere, league leaders Brookvale worked hard to get the better of Curl Curl 3-2, Pittwater RSL FC and Narrabeen drew 1-1, CC Strikers outclassed Mosman 3-1 and St Augustine’s dusted Dee Why 5-3.
After 12 rounds, Brookvale (31 points) are the competition yardstick ahead of Seaforth (28 points) and Wakehurst (26 points).
Curly round out the top four on 16 points, with Narrabeen, CC Strikers and St Augustine’s all poised to strike on 14 points.