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Launceston City has sagged to a costly 4-1 defeat away against the Kingborough Lions.
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City had come off two ugly wins to keep Lino Sciulli’s men crucially in touch with the top four.

But against a side that entered the match trailing City by six points and to have little impact on this year’s title run, the visitors waivedthe white flag early.

Kingborough scored three first-halfgoals in 12 minutes on Saturday to almost put the result beyond doubt.

After both sides combined for four early shots at goal inside the first 18 minutes, the Lions wereawarded a penalty toscorefrom the spot.

A long bomb 35m out from Lions’ Joel Schuth then put the home team up two goals.

Shane Cartwright scored perfectly off a cross to further extend Kingborough’s leadafter 32 minutes.

City did breath new life into the contest only minutes after the second-half resumed when Aaron Campbell chipped the Lions keeper from just inside the box.

But only 11 minutes later the Lions restored their three-goal buffer to secure a fourth victory of the year.

FIVE goals in 19 minutes – thatincludedfour to Hobart Zebras–has sunk Northern Rangers to a morale-sapping 5-2 loss at the NTCA ground.

The visitors scored smartly duringthe 68th, 74thand 78thminutes to convert a 1-1 score to a three-goal break.

The Zebras bamboozled the Rangers’ defence viaa long ball, a curling free kick and an unmarked headeroff a corner.

But within three minutes talismanPat Lanau-Atkinson steppedup to take the penalty from an inadvertent handballto close the gap.

Three minutes from injury time, Zebras striker AdamMcKeown scored his second after finding space at the back post to seal the result.

Rangers had takena surprise lead after less than five minutes.Lanau-Atkinson goaled in acounter-attack but that advantagewas short-lived minutes later.

The loss has anchored Rangers to the bottom of the premier league title on just three points, six points behind their nearest rivals.

DEVONPORT has again reasserted its dominance –and its premiership lead –with another goal spree at Valley Road.

The Strikers had little trouble in putting on a 4-0 win over battlers Clarence United in a match that went according to script.

Putting 11 shots on target to four, and 24 shots at goal overall to Clarence’s five summed up Devonport’s control in attack.

Last year’s golden boot winner Brayden Mann scored twice in the first halfand had a hand in the other two after the interval.

Mann has now scored 21 goals in 15 matches, five ahead of South Hobart’sAlexander Leszczynski who plays on Sunday against Olympia Warriors.

Mann’s teammates Joey Zupo and Joel Stone put the finishing touches to ensure the Strikers were up four goals with 26 minutes of regulation time still left.

HEADLINE ACT: Northern Rangers striker Harry Thannhauser looks to knock the ball over Zebra full back Luke Huigsloot in the premier league clash. Picture: Paul Scambler

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