Urunga play hosts to Woolgoolga.
Urunga play hosts to Woolgoolga. Leigh Jensen

Second chance for Raiders

DESPITE losing in last week’s opening round of the Solo Cup Urunga has progressed to the next stage as a ‘lucky loser’. The Raiders now have a match in Kempsey where they will face Macleay Valley Rangers.

Travel is on the agenda for all four of the Coffs Coast teams who have progressed through to the next round.

Coffs United and Sawtell have been drawn to play at Port Macquarie, while Northern Storm will head to Maclean to face Byron Bay Rams as part of a double-header that features fellow North Coast Football clubs Westlawn Tigers and Maclean in a local derby.

ROUND TWO DRAW

Matches to be played May 7

Macleay Valley Rangers v Urunga

Maclean v Westlawn Tigers

Byron Bay Rams v Northern Storm (at Maclean)

Port Macquarie v Coffs United

Sawtell v Great Lakes United (at Port Macquarie)

Norths United v Lismore Workers



A plan to guide Woolgoolga's future

A plan to guide Woolgoolga's future

What changes will the new masterplan bring to Woolgoolga?

Clyburn takes early Bonville lead with course record

Clyburn takes early Bonville lead with course record

A blemish free opening round 67 at Bonville claims tournament lead.

Could Coffs Harbour's beloved dolphins be headed to sea?

Could Coffs Harbour's beloved dolphins be headed to sea?

Study to look at a dolphin sea pen in the harbour off the South Wall

Local Partners