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WINNERS: Zone FFA Cup champion Coffs United received the Leo Baumgartner Memorial Trophy.
WINNERS: Zone FFA Cup champion Coffs United received the Leo Baumgartner Memorial Trophy.

COFFS United will receive no respite from the club's heavy schedule with the next stage of the Westfield FFA Cup campaign happening this Saturday.

The Lions will take on Far North Coast Zone graduate Alstonville at 2pm.

While the venue is still to be confirmed, the most likely meeting place is C.ex Coffs International Stadium with Maclean Street as backup.

As zone FFA champion the club has been awarded the first Leo Baumgartner Memorial Trophy.

Meanwhile, North Coast Football has released the first table of players heading the Golden Boot award and the Lions are holding down the top three spots in men's premier league.

While Boambee Eagles have streaked ahead in women's premier league, the goals are being shared around with top scorer Kylie McDonald in third position.

Kodie Vandenberg is showing her importance to Northern Storm by heading the list with eight goals.

GOLDEN BOOT

Men
Brendon Myers (Coffs United) 5
Nick Lambert (Coffs United) 5
Scott Goddard (Coffs United) 5
Dylan Loudon (Orara Valley) 4
Jack Mitchell (Boambee) 4
Luke France (Sawtell) 4
Wade Parker (Boambee) 4
Aaron Allsop (Coffs United) 3
Amanuel Ayelew (Sawtell) 3
Ben Mackay (Coffs United) 3
Jai Waddick (Urunga) 3
James Connor (Woolgoolga) 3
Jarrod Doyle (Maclean) 3
Judd Duncan (Coffs United) 3
Kale Hopper (Urunga) 3
Kevin Crofton (Maclean) 3
Naomichi Matsuda (Boambee) 3

Women
Kodie Vandenberg (Northern Storm) 8
Kanisha Warren (Grafton United) 7
Kylie McDonald (Boambee) 6
Ellie Slattery (Coffs United) 3
Lillie Moye (Boambee) 3
Lisa Linnertson (Grafton United) 3
Tamara Skinner (Coffs United) 3
Brontie Barrera (Northern Storm) 2
Hannah Barrett (Boambee) 2
Kanisha Phillips-Cooke (Urunga) 2
Sarah Skinner (Maclean) 2

Topics:  coffs united lions ffa cup ncf north coast football soccer