North Coast Football’s Damon Laverick will be keen to ensure the under 14 boys bounce back from their last start loss.
North Coast Football’s Damon Laverick will be keen to ensure the under 14 boys bounce back from their last start loss.

Local teams to push ahead

NORTH Coast Football’s State Youth League teams are in action again tomorrow.

The four highly successful teams will take to the fields at Woolgoolga to take on Northern Inland Football.

North Coast Football teams travelled to Armidale back in March to face tomorrow’s opponents, and happily drove home that evening after collecting three wins from the four matches.

Both the 16 girls’ team and the 15 boys’ are sitting in second position on the table and will be favourites to win tomorrow.

With positions in the under 16 Northern NSW team up for grabs at the upcoming national championships, there’s little chance of the NCF teams taking their foot off the pedal tomorrow.

The under 14 boys are still smarting from their first loss of the year. The 13 boys will go into their clash as underdogs against the third placed Northern Inland squad, but will be buoyed by their opponents’ poor recent form.

NIF did manage to beat the winless Hunter Valley last round, who are looking good for the wooden spoon, but apart from that, their previous win was back in March.



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