THERE were goals galore scored in round nine of the Football Mid North Coast Southern League men's competition.
Hallidays Point had a big day out, thrashing Wallamba 16-1. Pacific Palms thumped the last placed Wingham Wanderers 12-0.
Old Bar Barbarians moved to second place on the ladder when outclassing Tinonee Eagles 6-2 while Tuncurry-Forster Black proved too strong for Lansdowne Lions, winning 7-2. No result has been recorded from the Tuncurry-Forster Gold/Cundletown Jets fixture. Competition leaders Wingham Warriors had the bye.
Wingham Warriors head the ladder with 22 points from Old Bar on 21, Pacific Palms and Cundletown on 18, Tuncurry-Forster Gold 15, Tinonee 13, Hallidays Point 12, Tuncurry-Forster Black 12, Lansdowne 6, Wallamba 4 and Wingham Wanderers 1.
Palms have scored the most goals in the competition with 40.