Central United can put pressure on NRF Championship leaders Papatoetoe

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Central United have the chance to turn up the heat on NRF Men’s Championship leaders Papatoetoe by beating Papakura City in a Friday evening match at the Croatian Cultural Club.

Central are second in the competition and three points behind Papatoetoe.

But a win on Friday will put pressure on Papatoetoe to do the same on Saturday when they meet third-placed Te Atatu.

Here are the NRF Men’s Championship fixtures for the weekend of July 15-16:


NRF Men’s Championship

Central United (2nd) v Papakura City (5th)
Croatian Cultural Club, Auckland, 7.15pm


NRF Men’s Championship

South Auckland Rangers (4th) v Uni-Mount Bohemian (7th)
Rongomai Park, Auckland, 3pm

Papatoetoe (1st) v Te Atatu (3rd)
Murdoch Park, Papatoetoe, 3pm



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