Best Coffs Coast sporting clubs of the winter season

Beaches Hockey Club were one of the best clubs of the Coffs Coast winter sporting season.

MANY of the Coffs Coast’s winter sporting competitions have wrapped up recently, with the top clubs producing a number of champion teams.

Here are the best clubs of this year’s winter sporting season.

Coffs Harbour Breakers: Won an unprecedented four minor premierships in the four AFL North Coast senior competitions, with their Under 17s side going on to win a premiership.

Coffs Harbour Comets: Were the strongest club in Group 2 Junior Rugby League, winning the under 11s and under 13s premierships, and finishing runners up in the under 10s, under 14s, and under 16s.

The club also won the Group 2 League Tag premiership.

Coffs City United Lions: Won the inaugural first grade and reserve grade grand finals of the Coastal Premier League season.

Beaches Hockey Club: Won a number of Hockey Coffs Coast grand finals, including the men’s and women’s first grade premierships.

Coffs Harbour Snappers: Took out three Upper Mid North Coast Rugby Union competitions, winning the under 12s, under 14s, and women’s premierships.

Urunga Raiders: Won all their matches in the inaugural Coastal League One Women season, winning the minor premiership and grand final double.

The Raiders also won the Women’s State Community Plate at the Women’s State Cup in Newcastle.

Boambee FC: Ladders leaders in four North Coast Football competitions, including the 12 Boys 1st division, 12 Girls, Women’s Over 30s, and Men’s Over 35s.

Northern Storm: Were strong in the junior ranks leading the way in the North Coast Football’s 13 Boys 1st division, 16 Boys, and 17 Boys competitions.

Were also ladder leaders in the Men’s 2nd division South competition.


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