Interesting clashes in NCF round

ROUND 6 of the NCF men’s Division One competition will be played this weekend with several interesting match-ups.

Three more rounds after this, and each team will have played the other.

As luck would have it, the two undefeated teams after five rounds, Maclean and Boambee, face each other last, so the excitement is building as we near that match in round nine.

Woolgoolga Wolves and Northern Storm Thunder, both sitting mid-table, will face each other at Woopi this afternoon.

Orara Valley Dingoes earned high praise from the Bobcats’ coach last week after their close tussle at Maclean.

Another performance like that this week and Sawtell Scorpions could find themselves none from six.

Another cracker of a match is at Polwarth Drive where the home side, Coffs Coast Tigers, will play host to last year’s grand finalist Coffs City United. On Sunday, Boambee Bombers play Urunga Raiders at Ayreshire Park.

With three women’s Division One teams managing to trouble the scorers last week, you can expect plenty of attempts on goal in round two.

Coffs Lionesses, Woolgoolga Wildcats and Urunga Raiders were the only ones to find the back of the net last week.

The most impressive result came from the girls at Sawtell who held the seemingly unstoppable Corindi Red Rock Breakers to 0-0 after the Breakers put five past Woolgoolga the week before.



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