Urunga's unbeaten streak at home has extended to two years.
Urunga's unbeaten streak at home has extended to two years. Rob Wright/The Coffs Coast Advoc

Dingoes keen to end Raiders’ run

FLYING high in its first season back in the top grade, Orara Valley is determined to prove it's no flash in the pan.

Currently sitting tied for first on the NCF Men's Premier League ladder, the Dingoes have exceeded expectations over the first five rounds.

This weekend the Adam Wood-coached side will face Urunga away from home but he's confident his team can end the Raiders' two year Morgo St undefeated streak.

"I have told the boys to forget about any records. as the old cliche goes, records are made to be broken," Wood said.

"Every game Urunga play they will be one closer to losing the record.

"The boys are really fired up and trained well this week so we go into the much with plenty of confidence."

Sunday's game is the start of a tough run of games for the Dingoes.

NCF ROUND 6 MATCHES
Westlawn v Coffs United - 3pm, Barnier Park
Woolgoolga v Maclean - 3pm, High St
Boambee v Sawtell - 2pm Sun, Ayrshire Park
Northern Storm v Coffs Tigers - 2pm Sun, Plaintain Rd
Urunga v Orara Valley - 2pm Sun, Morgo St.



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