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Top four still setting pace

By FRED WOODCOCK - The Dominion Post . It was a case of business as usual in the Central League football competition.

The top four teams all had predictable wins, though any thoughts Napier City Rovers had of making a late-season charge were scuppered by Wairarapa United, with former All White Campbell Banks scoring a hat-trick in a 3-2 win in Masterton yesterday.

There were no such upsets at the sharp end of the ladder, however, as Western Suburbs, Miramar Rangers, Olympic and Petone all scored wins.

Leaders Wests are the masters of tight wins and pulled off another on Saturday, Jake Theron's goal securing a 1-0 win over Lower Hutt City at Bell Park.

The result saw Wests (36 points, 14 matches) tighten their grip on the title with four matches to play, while it ended any hopes Lower Hutt might have had.

Miramar Rangers (29, 14) and Olympic (27, 13) are the only teams that have any chance of catching Wests.

Dom Rowe scored a double and Andy Barron and Peter Halstead added goals as Miramar brushed aside Palmerston North Marist 4-0 at home.

Olympic successfully negotiated a tricky away trip yesterday beating Taranaki 3-1.

Fourth-placed Petone beat Wellington United 4-0 with Richard McLay scoring a hat-trick.



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