Urunga showed no pity to Grafton United and delivered a 14-1 thrashing.
Urunga showed no pity to Grafton United and delivered a 14-1 thrashing. Debrah Novak

Final round comes down to big finish in North Coast Football

CHAMPAGNE quality is guaranteed when North Coast Football premier league clubs contest the final round of home and away matches this weekend.

Urunga and Coffs United meet to settle the minor premiership once and for all while the penultimate round has thrown up a batch of tasty encounters.

Men's round 21 saw three of the top four - Urunga, Coffs United and Sawtell - all win without too much fanfare apart from the Raiders who went on a 14-1 scoring spree against Grafton.

The loss of previously third-placed Northern Storm has allowed Sawtell to slip one position ahead of them and the clubs will face off this Sunday at Korora.

Boambee's win keeps them in the mix and they can still displace the Scorpions with a win over the sometimes unpredictable Coffs Coast Tigers.

Premier League

Men

Woolgoolga 1 Westlawn 2

Grafton United 1 Urunga 14

Sawtell 2 Coffs Coast 0

Boambee 3 Maclean 1

Coffs United 3 Northern Storm 1

Orara Valley bye

Women

Boambee 5 Maclean 2

Woolgoolga 6 Northern Storm 1

Grafton United 1 Urunga 4

Coffs United bye



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