The Boambee under-16 girls team
The Boambee under-16 girls team

David Vs Goliath



IT'S going to be a tall order and a modern day David vs Goliath battle for Boambee Eagles Under 16 girls to win their way to the Champion of Champions football grand final. Tomorrow morning at 10.30 they take on the might of Carlingford Redbacks at Hoxton Park but as defiant coach Karen McKillop points out: "The bigger they are, the harder they etc." For the record, the Redbacks have let in a miserly two goals this season while scoring more than a hundred. "Who cares," says the Eagles coach. "The last side we played came off a 9-0 result and we still beat them." With Boambee treating every game like their last they've struck a three match winning streak and have no intention of changing a winning routine. "Everyone's fit and we trained beautifully on Wednesday," McKillop said. "The girls are close friends after playing together so long and are determined to do it for each other. "It's very exciting and we can't wait to get out onto the field." Boambee will have 15 extra friends in their corner at game time. Their game follows Northern Storm Cyclones versus St.John Bosco and an earlier win would do wonders for their confidence.



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