COFFS Harbour will be hoping to celebrate plenty of four pointers when the club hosts its first ever Old Boy's day on Sunday.
COFFS Harbour will be hoping to celebrate plenty of four pointers when the club hosts its first ever Old Boy's day on Sunday.

Comets calling on former stars

COFFS Harbour is calling on former players and coaches to Sunday's clash against Woolgoolga at Advocate Park for the club's first ever Old Boy's day.

The brainchild of former Comets player Brendan Pellegrino, the club is hoping Old Boy's day becomes an annual event scheduled for the last CoffsHarbour  home game of the Group 2 season.

 This year's event is set to get underway early on Sunday from 10am with a breakfast at the Coffs Comets Leagues club followed by an afternoon of action at Advocate Park

Anyone involved in the club over the years is invited with the Comets hoping for a big turn out to support their boys take on the high flying Woolgoolga Seahorses.

For more information contact Brendan Pellegrino on 0401 420 044.



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