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Southern United defender commits to a cause other than football

Committing to a cause isn't something that is hard to do for Southern United defender Reyne Black. The four-time Mid North Coast Premier League winner with Forster-based club Wallis Lake played for six seasons between 2014 to 2020. He admits he was lucky to have been part of four premiership-winning sides over that time. The… Continue reading Southern United defender commits to a cause other than football

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Scorpions beat Storm 3-1 in mid-week catch up game

The Sawtell Scorpions have earnt a much-needed win in their mid-week catch up game against the Northern Storm at Toormina Oval.The Scorpions produced their best performance of the season so far, snapping a four-game losing streak with a 3-1 win against the Storm. The Storm opened the scoring early on a wet Tuesday night in… Continue reading Scorpions beat Storm 3-1 in mid-week catch up game

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Urunga Raiders and Coffs City United Lionesses both win in Round 4

THE URUNGA Raiders and Coffs City United Lionesses have both been victorious during the fourth round of the Coastal League One Women season.The Urunga Raiders won their second match in a row to start the season with a 4-2 win away from home against the Boambee Bombers at Ayrshire Park. The win sees the Raiders… Continue reading Urunga Raiders and Coffs City United Lionesses both win in Round 4

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Coastal League One Women – Round 4 preview

TWO powerhouse women’s teams are set to face off this weekend, as the Boambee Eagles and Urunga Raiders headline Round 4 of the Coastal League One Women competition. The two clubs have been the standout women’s sides of North Coast Football over the past two years. The Boambee Eagles finished as premiers in last year’s… Continue reading Coastal League One Women – Round 4 preview

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Lest We Forget – Anzac Day Cup – Storm v Lions in the Coastal Premier League

Northern Storm and Coffs City United have a strong history but their Anzac Cup clash on Sunday looms as arguably the most poignant.The importance of the fixture is not lost on Storm coach Craig Caruana who knows there is more than just three points on offer at Korora."For me personally, Anzac Day isn't a day… Continue reading Lest We Forget – Anzac Day Cup – Storm v Lions in the Coastal Premier League