3rd League South – 2013/14 season completed

Mlekar marked the season ending in the South with their impressive unbeaten run that lasts since the Round 14. Two teams will tremble for their survival as they depend on the Second League play-off outcome.

Partizan – Varosh 1:1
Mlekar – Golemo Konjari 1:0
Vardar Negotino – Kozhuf 2:1
Rosoman 83 – Mladost Krivogashtani 2:1
Ilinden 1955 – Prevalec 1:2
Babuna, Mladost Udovo and Sirkovo are free.

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Pl. W D L +/- P  
Vardar Negotino 25 16 5 4 62:23 53 play-off
Babuna 25 15 4 6 48:28 49
Partizan 25 11 7 7 45:30 43
Mlekar 25 11 10 4 35:20 43
Varosh 25 12 6 7 36:23 42
Golemo Konjari 25 11 7 7 38:26 40
Prevalec 25 11 4 10 28:37 37 (relegation)
Mladost Udovo 25 9 10 6 40:25 37 (relegation)
Mladost Krivogashtani 25 9 3 13 41:65 30 relegated
Ilinden 1955 25 8 1 16 32:46 25 relegated
Rosoman 83 25 8 4 13 35:52 25 relegated -3
Kadino 13 6 1 6 27:34 19 relegated
Sirkovo 25 4 3 19 24:55 15 relegated
Kozhuf 25 3 3 19 29:59 9 relegated -3

The teams of Kozhuf, Sirkovo, Kadino, Rosoman 83, Ilinden 1955 and Mladost Krivogashtani got relegated and next season will play in the Fourth Leagues.

Babuna, Partizan, Mlekar, Varosh and Golemo Konjari will feature in the South next season as well. Borec and 11 Oktomvri, who got relegated from the Second League, will also participate here next season.

Vardar Negotino will enter the play-offs for filling the Second League. In the same play-offs will also enter Miravci and Pobeda Junior, two Second League sides who in case of a relegation will join the South. Depending on the play-off outcome of these three, Mladost Udovo and Prevalec may or may not get relegated.

The rest two spots for next season will be taken by teams from the Fourth Leagues affiliated with the South.

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