|HOME TEAM||AWAY TEAM|
|Muriwhenua Kuaka||12||vs||Hokianga Pioneers||40|
|Otaua Valleys||6||Moerewa Tigers||78|
|Northern Wairoa Bulls||20||vs||Takahiwai Warriors||24|
|Portland Panthers||32||vs||City Knights||28|
|Hikurangi Stags||70||vs||Hora Hora Broncos||26|
Hikurangi Stags and Moerewa Tigers are still the front runners, winning with big score lines. The surprise of the round was the Hokianga Pioneers resounding win over Muriwhenua Kuaka. Takahiwai Warriors are still undefeated after 3 rounds, after a close win over the Northern Wairoa Bulls.
Next week, matches to note will be Otaua Valleys vs Kerikeri Slayers, with both teams yet to secure a win. In the south zone, the game of interest will be Portland Panthers, hosting the Hikurangi Stags. Can the young Panthers contain a rampaging Stag?
Junior football breaks until 12th May, when all mini-mod and youth league will start across Northland.
The photo in this article is courtesy of Rob Burgin, Northern Advocate. Click here for the full news story by Cameron Leslie.