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Getting fair dinkum as finals near

IF Urunga is to finish on top of Women's Premier League it must beat Boambee today.

The Raiders and Eagles have been clear leaders but if Urunga lose at Ayrshire Park it will open a gap between the two title contenders that will prove difficult to close before finals time.

Urunga coach Trevor Martin admits the team is "cautiously confident”.

"We played Boambee really early in the season and they beat us 5-2 but we had a new team back then,” he said.

"We're looking I guess to get a benchmark of how far we've come from that point.”

In Men's Premier League Coffs United coach Glen Williams isn't quite so sure his side will finish second as others believe.

"We've got Storm this week then Boambee next and they're a couple of important games,” he said.

Earning 10 points from their past five matches has seen the Storm move into fourth position and their 18 goals scored in that time proves they'll be a handful for Coffs United to handle.

Maclean and Boambee meet at Maclean today and play a catch up match tomorrow at Ayrshire Park.



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