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Wynter comfortable where Ospreys sit with run of home fixtures on the horizon

It's been a hot and cold opening five rounds of the Coastal Premier League Men's competition for Southern United. But captain Beau Wynter has still enjoyed his first significant foray into the competition as part of the new franchise's defensive setup. There is one thing that he has noticed that is different to the old… Continue reading Wynter comfortable where Ospreys sit with run of home fixtures on the horizon

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Lions and Bellingen face off in top of the table showdown

A TOP of the table encounter between the Coffs City United Lions and Bellingen FC headlines the latest round of the Coastal Premier League this weekend.The two-time defending premiers Lions take on the new kids on the block with Bellingen FC playing in their first CPL season. The Lions and Bellingen play off for top… Continue reading Lions and Bellingen face off in top of the table showdown

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Clarke strikes twice as Saints move clear of CPL men’s cellar

Evan Clarke admits he got a bit lucky with two second-half goals as Kempsey Saints registered their first win of the Coastal Premier League Men's campaign on Saturday. Saints came from behind to outlast Sawtell 3-2 which allowed them to move four points clear of the CPL cellar. Clarke acknowledged he expected a tough game… Continue reading Clarke strikes twice as Saints move clear of CPL men’s cellar

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Ospreys look at taming Tigers after a share of the points with Kempsey

A wasteful Southern United had to settle for a share of the points in their Coastal Premier League Men's round six fixture on Saturday. The Ospreys drew 2-all with Kempsey Saints in a match that allowed the Kempsey side to register their first competition points while Southern stayed inside the top four. Coach Jonathan Newman… Continue reading Ospreys look at taming Tigers after a share of the points with Kempsey

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Macleay Valley building momentum as they prepare to battle Bellingen

Macleay Valley Rangers are slowly building momentum - it's what happens when you finally get to play some football. Rangers made it two-straight wins and extended their unbeaten run to three games when they were too good for Port United in a midweek Coastal Premier League Men's catch-up game on Tuesday night. The 3-1 win… Continue reading Macleay Valley building momentum as they prepare to battle Bellingen

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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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Port Macquarie sides prepare to return home in CPL round six

Port United and Port Saints return to their home surrounds when the Coastal Premier League Men's competition heads into round six this weekend. Both Port Macquarie sides haven't sat in the home dressing sheds so far this season due to wet weather, but coaches Oliver King and Adam Bruest are chomping at the bit. United… Continue reading Port Macquarie sides prepare to return home in CPL round six