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Coleman confident Rangers aren’t too far off the pace

Macleay Valley Rangers added their name to a growing list of clubs that wouldn't be human if they weren't slightly envious of Coffs City United. The full-time scoreline read 5-2 in favour of the Lions at Rangers Park on Saturday, but the hosts were left to lament some mistakes that didn't go unpunished. "We're not… Continue reading Coleman confident Rangers aren’t too far off the pace

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Urunga Raiders continue season of supremacy

THE Urunga Raiders have continued their season of supremacy with two wins in two days against fellow top-3 sides on the weekend. The Raiders started their weekend with an 8-0 win against the Coffs City United Lionesses at Forsyth Park, during the latest round of the Coastal League One Women season. The rampaging Raiders then… Continue reading Urunga Raiders continue season of supremacy

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Freewheeling United put on a second-half clinic

Port United might soon send a request in to Port Macquarie-Hastings Council regarding a synthetic pitch being built at Dixie Park. It comes after they banged in six second-half goals on the way to a magnificent 7-0 victory of Northern Storm on Saturday. If United could play on a synthetic pitch every week, they would… Continue reading Freewheeling United put on a second-half clinic

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Port Saints precariously placed as finals loom on the horizon

It’s important for Port Saints not to count their points before they have them against their name. The Port Macquarie side currently sit in a precarious eighth position on the Coastal Premier League Men’s ladder following Saturday’s 1-all draw with Sawtell. Upon further investigation, however, Saints are five points adrift of third-placed Bellingen with two… Continue reading Port Saints precariously placed as finals loom on the horizon

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Coastal League One Women season continues with mid-week matches

THE Coastal League One Women season continues with mid-week matches on Wednesday night in Coffs Harbour and Toormina. The Coffs City United Lionesses host the Boambee Bombers at Forsyth Park in Round 11. The Lionesses had last weekend off with the bye, while the Bombers are coming off a dominant 6-1 victory against the Sawtell… Continue reading Coastal League One Women season continues with mid-week matches

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Goal scoring woes continue to plague Port United

Port United dominated for large portions of the game, but couldn't capitalise on their opportunities and Coffs Coast Tigers stole all three points from Dixie Park on Saturday. The Tigers only had a handful of goal scoring chances, but they took most in a 3-2 win that saw them consolidate second position on the Coastal… Continue reading Goal scoring woes continue to plague Port United

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Saints to use weekend result as key moment in 2022 campaign

Ollie King would have preferred Port Saints to have been finished building by the halfway point in the Coastal Premier League 2022 first grade campaign. Now would have been the time for Saints to launch into a full-scale finals tilt. But with a strong run of home games to come at Findlay Park in coming… Continue reading Saints to use weekend result as key moment in 2022 campaign

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Boambee Eagles soar to big win against Sawtell Scorpions

THE Boambee Eagles are flying high after their 6-1 victory against the Sawtell Scorpions in the latest round of the inaugural Coastal League One Women season. A four-goal haul from Allissa Tate helped the Eagles to their second win of the season, as the striker had a big day out at Toormina Oval. The Eagles… Continue reading Boambee Eagles soar to big win against Sawtell Scorpions