Mallee Park to host top of table clash

AWARD-WINNING PERFORMANCE: Wayback's Jay Mullins was all class in his team's win against Boston in the 13s.

AWARD-WINNING PERFORMANCE: Wayback's Jay Mullins was all class in his team's win against Boston in the 13s.

The countdown is on to finals in the Port Lincoln Football League with only five weeks of the minor round to go for teams to make or break their top four spot.

This weekend’s games will see the top two teams clash, with ladder leaders Mallee Park taking on Wayback, who sit in second place on the premiership ladder, at Mallee Park.

In the other two matches fourth placed Lincoln South will play fifth placed Tasman, on equal wins, at Centenary and Boston, on the bottom of the ladder, are set to take on third placed Marble Range at Poole Oval.

Shanno’s Pizza Award

Wayback young guy Jay Mullins put on a master class in his side’s big under 13s win over a young Tigers side.

Wayback young gun Jay Mullins put on a master class in his side’s big under 13s win over a young Tigers side at the weekend.

Jay was all class on the field, racking up possessions at will with some silky skills by hand and foot.

He did not waste the ball and found team-mates in space with ease.

Jay topped a great day with a strong performance in the under 15s. 

Playing as a small forward he managed to hit the scoreboard for two goals.

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