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Saints coach aware of the importance of Scorpions’ fixture

It's a classic six-point fixture for Kempsey Saints when they take on Sawtell Scorpions this weekend. Both teams are neck-and-neck in the middle of the table and Saints co-coach Dan Baker knows the importance of the fixture. The run home has started for most teams and Baker said the time to make their move was… Continue reading Saints coach aware of the importance of Scorpions’ fixture

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Port United growing in confidence after strong six-week run

With a bit more luck Port United could be on a six-game undefeated run heading into this Saturday's blockbuster Coastal Premier League Men's clash with Coffs City United. Over the last six weeks the Port Macquarie side - outside of the Lions and Coffs Coast, who currently occupy the top two rungs - are the… Continue reading Port United growing in confidence after strong six-week run

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Coastal League One Women back after having the weekend off.

COASTAL League One Women are back in action after having last weekend off, with Round 13 matches scheduled for Boambee and Coffs Harbour this weekend. The Boambee Eagles host the Macleay Valley Rangers at Ayrshire Park on Saturday afternoon. The Eagles have moved into second spot on the ladder having won two of their past… Continue reading Coastal League One Women back after having the weekend off.

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Urunga Raiders to play in the Women’s State Cup

The Urunga Raiders have beaten all before them this season. Now they will take on Northern NSW Football’s best sides at this years Women’s State Cup at Lake Macquarie this weekend. The Raiders will take their place amongst senior women’s clubs and member clubs of NNSWF Premier and Zone Competitions. This year will also see… Continue reading Urunga Raiders to play in the Women’s State Cup

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Rangers working hard on consistency in Coastal League One Women’s

Macleay Valley Rangers captain Heidi Tamblyn maintains her side continues to make steps in the right direction throughout the Coastal League One Women's competition in 2022. It comes despite a 3-0 loss to Urunga last weekend in a game where Rangers' mental lapses proved costly and the ladder-leaders didn't need to be asked twice to… Continue reading Rangers working hard on consistency in Coastal League One Women’s