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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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Rangers look to make amends in Coastal League One Women’s clash

Macleay Valley Rangers coach Heidi Tamblyn admits she got a few things wrong in their 6-0 defeat at the hands of Urunga last week. But she's the first to admit their Coastal League One Women's campaign is a learning curve for everyone at the club and as a coach you don't always get things right.… Continue reading Rangers look to make amends in Coastal League One Women’s clash

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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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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

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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