Narrabri FC remained two points behind Namoi Soccer League leaders Moree Services FC on Saturday, when the two sides won their respective round 12 matches.
Narrabri FC downed Moree Two 6-1 in Moree, while Moree SFC scored a 1-0 win against Wee Waa United FC in Wee Waa.
In the other match in round 12 Crossroads Eleven FC was downed 5-2 by Gunnedah at home.
In Moree, Narrabri FC took a 3-0 lead into the break, following quality goals to Colby Williams either side of a Blake Jarrett one-on-one strike.
Williams scored his first from the left corner spot before smashing a left footed strike into the top right hand corner from outside the
18-yard box with a minute left in the half.
Goals to Rhys Hayne, Jason Foxe and Jake Brayshaw put the side ahead 6-0, before Moree Two grabbed a consolation goal from corner late in the match.
At Hogan Oval, Gunnedah was reduced to 10 men after a player was sent off shortly after the side established a 1-0 win against the home team Crossroads Eleven.
Gunnedah then scored two more before Crossroads hit back through Connor Hill and Justin Lawrence to make the score 3-2.
However, Gunnedah found the net twice more to secure a 5-2 win.
At Cook Oval in Wee Waa a headed goal from a corner in the first half saw Moree SFC beat Wee Waa.