Match ups don’t come much more even than today – at least on paper.
Three Kings and Bay Olympic occupy the two middle spots on the table and have near identical records.
Bay Olympic is higher thanks to the 10 goals they’ve scored compared the 9 to Three Kings.
Easter Monday’s action saw Three Kings draw at home against Glenfield Rovers, who remain one of two unbeaten teams in the competition along with Hamilton Wanderers (although Glenfield has drawn 3 of 5 matches).
After a goalless first half, Allan Pearce netted just after the break to carry on his fine run of form, only for Glenfield Rovers to equalise soon after.
That match followed an impressive 3-2 away victory at East Coast Bays on Good Friday.
Three Kings scored an early goal through Mitchell Nash, and although East Coast Bays managed to equalise twice, an Allan Pearce brace (including the winner in the 88th minute) ensured Three Kings came away with maximum points.
Bay Olympic is on a decent run of form, with their Easter weekend results seeing a 3-1 victory away at Central, and a 2-2 home draw against Waitakere City.