ATTACKING MOVE: Urunga took a long time to dispose of plucky Coffs Coast Tigers.
ATTACKING MOVE: Urunga took a long time to dispose of plucky Coffs Coast Tigers. Greg White

Parker and France on Bombers' goal spree

ASHES to ashes, dust to dust, if Parker doesn't score against you, then Francey must.

Playing Boambee at the moment could be just like facing Australia's new ball attack in the 70s when Dennis Lillee and Jeff Thomson were terrorising opposition batsmen.

The Bombers faced a determined Northern Storm on Sunday and led 2-1 at half time courtesy of goals to Luke France and Christian Penny while Michael Turner finished a goal mouth scramble to give the Storm a sniff as the combatants entered the sheds.

That sniff was snuffed out quickly by Boambee's deadly duo.

Within minutes of the resumption the Bombers had stretched the lead to 5-1 with Parker scoring a double and France adding to his first half strike to put the result beyond doubt.

France added another to complete his hat-trick on a tough day for all.

Northern Storm co-coach Jade Porter rued his team's start to the second half.

"We just lost intensity for a 15 to 20 minute period and that's what beat us,” he said.

After a sluggish start at Polwarth Drive, Tim Rupprecht and Tom Rixon scored for Urunga to give the Raiders a 2-0 win over the Coffs Coast Tigers.

Maclean may have cost itself fourth position after securing one point against Westlawn.



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