Northern Rangers met Olympia in the final round of the Victory League in a third Vs fourth fixture. Rangers needed the win to take third place, while Olympia needed just a draw to ensure they stayed put.

Tim Lunnon and Dane Hudson had pretty much a full list to pick from, and Adam Edwards came back into the starting eleven, with Tuma moving to the bench and Hingston went back to centre back.

The game was a close tussle all day, with few chances, Olympia opened the scoring from a miss clearance from defense, and Warren Wadawu controlled, drove at goal and struck over the top of Pooley to open proceedings.

Fourth Place Secured with Round 19 Win.

Northern Rangers Victory League side needed just one more win from their remaining 3 games to secure their place in this year’s Victory Cup.

Coming up against Kingborough in theory should have been an easy game, given the past two fixtures were 7-0 and 8-0 to Rangers, but Kingborough were not at full strength on either of those outings, and looked far more up for the challenge this time around.

No Ranger losses on solid weekend.

A big weekend of football for Rangers, with a couple of teams taking to the park for the final time for the year and a couple of games were big for a host of reasons.

The Victory League boys travelled to Hobart for their second consecutive game, this time to play Tilford Zebras who needed to win to keep their title hopes alive.

Victory League Falter Against South Hobart.

On Saturday Northern Rangers travelled south to play South Hobart who had just strengthened their squad with the likes of Chris Hunt, Dan Brown and Tom Roach during the week.