Boambee’s Brady Parker (left) has scored the greatest number of goals so far this season.
Boambee’s Brady Parker (left) has scored the greatest number of goals so far this season.

Prolific Brady leads way

IT’S no surprise to see Boambee’s prolific goal scorer Brady Parker leading the way in the North Coast Football Golden Boot award.

The Bombers have scored more goals than any other team so far in the men’s first division and the hot form of Parker in front of goal has been a big reason behind this. He has scored 11 of Boambee’s 26 goals in the opening six rounds of the season, while his brother Wade is also on the leaderboard having scored five goals himself.

The striker is a long way from having the award all wrapped up though.

Hot on Parker’s tail with 10 goals is Kodjo Adjassou from the much improved Coffs Coast Tigers, while teenage striker Ryan Cole has scored more than half of Northern Storm’s goals in 2010.

The women have only been playing for match points for the past two weeks but already the main contenders for their award have stepped forward.

Coffs United, Woolgoolga and reigning premiers Urunga have been scoring heavily at the start of the season and their players dominate the leaderboard.

Woolgoolga’s Ashli Deane is the current leader with five goals while Coffs United recruit Chloe Wighton has four to her name.

Regular goal scorers Cassia McGlashan from Urunga and Jasmine Courtenay from Woolgoolga have each put the ball in the back of the net three times.

GOLDEN BOOT AWARD

Men’s 1st Division

Brady Parker (Boambee)

11

Kodjo Adjassou (Coffs Tigers)

10

Ryan Cole (Northern Storm)

8

Fraser Robinson (Maclean)

6

Jarrod Doyle (Maclean)

5

Nick Lambert (Coffs Utd)

5

Wade Parker (Boambee)

5

Women’s 1st Division

Ashli Deane (Woolgoolga)

5

Chloe Wighton (Coffs Utd)

4

Cassia McGlashan (Urunga)

3

Jasmine Courtenay (Woolgoolga)

3

Tayla Atkinson (Urunga)

2

Rachel McVicar (Coffs Utd)

2


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