Footy fever has arrived and it?s not just the fans who are excited ... Mark Guyer and Mark ?Spud? Carroll arrive in town.
Footy fever has arrived and it?s not just the fans who are excited ... Mark Guyer and Mark ?Spud? Carroll arrive in town.

All roads lead to Coramba Sports Ground



THE weekend has finally arrived and unless you have been living under a rock you know what that means ? it's footy time.

The Orara Valley Sevens tournament gets underway today at the Coramba Sports Ground, promising two days of top quality, fast-paced league.

For those unsure of the format, today each of the 28 teams will play in a round robin on two fields with the first game getting underway at 11am and the last at 6pm.

Tomorrow it will be a match up of the best, with finals being played out between the 16 top teams, with the first match getting under way at 11am.

For those wanting to leave the car safely at home, there are a number of options.

One of these is Pacific Coaches, who will run two trips on each day for $10 return, leaving from the Elizabeth Street bus terminal.

Buses will depart on today at 10am and 10.30am, returning at 6.30pm and 7pm and tomorrow at 10am and 10.30am, returning at 4.30pm and 5.30pm.

Bookings are essential on 6652 5670.



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