Lions roar­ing

Coffs United too strong in lo­cal derby

The Coffs Coast Advocate - - FIND A -

ALTHOUGH Boam­bee and Urunga have a game in hand, Coffs United has joined them at the top of the C.ex Group Men’s Premier League ta­ble.

The Lions proved too strong for the Coffs Coast Tigers in Sun­day’s lo­cal derby at Pol­warth Drive.

Coffs United proved a con­stant threat and goals to Gum Mayak, Chris Doo­ley then Mayak again paved the way for a solid 3–0 win over their cross town ri­vals.

The North­ern Storm’s good form has fi­nally been re­warded with a vic­tory.

The Storm made light work of their trip to Grafton over­com­ing West­lawn Tigers 3–0.

Bee­jay Wendt scored twice for the Korora team while Tris­tan Al­bert also added his name to the scorer’s list.

Ma­clean has been granted a 3–0 vic­tory cour­tesy of a for­feit by Grafton United in both the Premier League and Re­serve di­vi­sions.

Due to FFA Cup com­mit­ments the highly an­tic­i­pated clash between Boam­bee and Urunga fix­tured for the week­end had to be post­poned.

At this stage the date and venue for catch-up match between the Bombers and Raiders is un­known.

In the women’s divi­sion, Boam­bee’s No.1 team, Wool­go­olga’s two teams and Urunga 1 are look­ing like the teams most likely to form the top four at the end of the sea­son.

Photo: Brad Green­shields

ON THE AT­TACK: Coffs United’s Gum Mayak proved a con­stant threat that the Tigers found dif­fi­cult to deal with.

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