Urunga and Coffs United will do more than shake hands when they meet in the North Coast Football men's premier league grand final this Saturday.
Urunga and Coffs United will do more than shake hands when they meet in the North Coast Football men's premier league grand final this Saturday. David Barwell

Lions, Lionesses, Raiders and Eagles into NCF grand finals

AN EXTRAORDINARY face off between Coffs United and Boambee ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw but the Lions move into this Saturday's men's premier league grand final against Urunga.

The teams went toe to toe in a magnificent exhibition but Coffs advance thanks to the 7-5 aggregate achieved over the two-match series.

The Raiders will defend their title next Saturday at C.ex Coffs International Stadium after a dominant 5-1 win over Sawtell, putting then across the line 8-3 on aggregate.

Both 2014 premiers will mount a title defence after Boambee Eagles into the women's decider with a 4-0 win over Woolgoolga.

The Eagles 'aggregate was 8-0 and they will be raging hot favourites against old rival Coffs United.

The Lionesses downed Urunga 3-1 but their 4-3 aggregate was the closest of all.

Urunga was named club of the year at the annual presentation but they are going to have their hands full with the Lions.



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