After thumping Coffs Coast Tigers last weekend, Sawtell Scorpions face a much tougher task against Coffs United Lions at Toormi
After thumping Coffs Coast Tigers last weekend, Sawtell Scorpions face a much tougher task against Coffs United Lions at Toormi

Business end of soccer season



WITH the business end of the season well underway, the Lions, Wolves and Scorpions have confirmed semi final positions.

Wolves host Westlawn Tigers in what should be a one sided affair for the Wolves.

The Wolves are confident after their return to winning ways with their solid performance last weekend against Storm.

The other Saturday encounter will be between two very physical sides, Valley United and Urunga Raiders.

Northern Storm takes on the Coffs Coast Tigers, hopefully both sides can overcome their defeats of last weekend.

In the match of the round, Sawtell Scorpions entertain the Coffs Utd Lions.

This match should see two powerful and skillful teams match up for what will be an entertaining game of football.

The Scorpions are brimming with confidence after recent wins over the Wolves and recently there blitzkrieg of goals over the Coffs Tigers, whereas the Lions will be keen to win and have the minor premiership wrapped up.

Fixtures

Saturday 5pm at Woolgoolga, Woolgoolga Wolves v Westlawn Tigers, Saturday 7pm at Macksville, Valley Utd v Urunga Raiders.

Sunday 2pm at Korora, Northern Storm v Coffs Coast Tigers, Sunday 2pm Toormina, Sawtell Scorpions v Coffs Utd Lions, Majos Dragons bye.

In the women's fixtures, the Sawtell Scorpions take on inform Corindi Breakers, who had the bye last week and will be keen to impress after there win over the Lionesses two weeks ago.

Coffs Coast Tigers will battle with the Woolgoolga Dolphins, both teams have had a 'rollercoaster ride' of a season, so this match up should be an entertaining one to watch with both sides producing quality football.

The stealth or dark horse team of this season would definitely be the Dorrigo Cedars, who sit pretty in second position on the table and have quietly gone about their business winning crucial games and producing great results.

They take on Nambucca Strikers and should win comfortably.

Coffs United Lionesses will prove too strong for the Urunga Raiders.

Fixtures: (all games kick off Saturday, 3pm): Sawtell Scorpions v Corindi Breakers at Toormina, Coffs Coast Tigers v Woolgoolga Dolphins at Polwarth Drive, Dorrigo Cedars v Nambucca Strikers at Dorrigo, Coffs United Lioness v Urunga Raid- ers at the Den, Boambee Eagles bye.



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