URUNGA and Boambee Football clubs have a meeting with football destiny on Saturday at C.ex Coffs International Stadium.

The Raiders play South Cardiff FC at 2pm while the Bombers follow on at 3.30pm against New Lambton Eagles, chasing a place in the final of the NNSW State Cup.

In 2013, Urunga became the first country side to win the championship and will carry most local support this weekend.

The Bombers go in as underdogs but in knockout competition anything can happen.

Two other matches will be played side-by-side at the same venue but if two Hunter-Newcastle sides progress, the planned 2.30pm Sunday final will be delayed to a future date.

Meanwhile, a full round of club Coffs Premier League will be played with the draw pre-arranged for Boambee and Urunga to be drawn on Sunday but the match played in coming days.

 

Club CoffsPremier League

Women Saturday

Boambee v Urunga

3pm Ayrshire Park

Coffs United v Orara Valley

3pm McLean St

South Services v Northern Storm

3pm Rushforth Park

Woolgoolga bye

Men Saturday

Woolgoolga v Orara Valley

3pm Hight St

Westlawn v Northern Storm

5pm Barnier Park

Sawtell v Maclean

5pm Toormina Oval

Men Sunday

2pm Coffs United v Coffs Coast

(Urunga v Boambee deferred)



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