Cen­tral United pour on the pres­sure

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Cen­tral United closed to within four points of the Lotto North­ern Pre­mier League lead on Satur­day af­ter trounc­ing Three Kings United 4-1 at Keith Hay Park.

League lead­ers One­hunga Sports slumped to a 3-2 loss at home to Glen­field Rovers.

This weekend One­hunga Sports and Bay Olympic clash at Waikaraka Park on Satur­day.

Three Kings en­ter­tain Hamil­ton at Keith Hay Park.

Cen­tral visit reign­ing champs East Coast Bays.

In Sun­day’s Lotto North­ern Pre­mier Women’s League ac­tion Western Springs faded in the fi­nal 15 min­utes go­ing down 5-1 at home to Claude­lands Rovers, af­ter Annabelle Web­ster had given ‘‘The Hoops’’ a sur­prise half­time lead at Seddon Fields.

The ASB Na­tional Women’s Knockout Cup dom­i­nates the sched­ule this Sun­day, with non­league Metro trav­el­ling to Glen­field Rovers.

Three Kings will head to Madills Farm, the home of the reign­ing league cham­pi­ons East­ern Sub­urbs.

Three Kings will be with­out Jas­mine Pereira and Mar­tine Puke­tapu, both of whom have been named in the Ju­nior Ferns squad to take on Brazil in two in­ter­na­tion­als in Rio de Janeiro next week.

Western Springs and Metro drew their Lotto North­ern League First Di­vi­sion derby 1-1 at Seddon Fields on Satur­day evening.

Mean­while Mt Al­bertPon­sonby lost 2-0 at Taka­puna.

One­hunga-Man­gere went down 3-1 to the last-placed Al­bany in the Lotto North­ern League Sec­ond Di­vi­sion.

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