Tawa solidified their spot in the Central League table after a 4-1 win over Olympic on Saturday. Olympic had two players sent off for handball, and Tawa’s first goal was only seen by the linesman to have gone in, with the referee having waved play on. It was Tawa’s second win over the Greeks this year, with the Central League title-holders now in danger of not defending their crown. The result sees Tawa seventh, but only three points separates them from Olympic in fourth. Wests, meanwhile, stay in second after a solid 2-0 win over a struggling Petone side. Suburbs are five points behind the unbeaten Miramar Rangers. Wests are away to Lower Hutt City on Saturday, and Tawa make the trip to Napier City Rovers on Sunday.