Best women’s teams of 2021

The Coffs Harbour Breakers and Northern Beaches Blues were two of the region’s best women’s teams in 2021. Photo: Green Shoots Marketing.


WOMEN’S sport is booming across Australia, and the Coffs Harbour region is no exception.

Here are the region’s best women’s teams of 2021.

Coffs Harbour Breakers: Had a fantastic season winning nine out of ten games on their way to claiming the AFL North Coast’s women’s minor premiership.

Northern Beaches Blues: Were the only side to beat the ladder leading Breakers in 2021 as they finished second on the ladder in the AFL North Coast’s women’s competition.

Coffs Harbour Comets: Dominated the Group 2 Rugby League Ladies League Tag competition.

The Comets women finished the season as undefeated minor premiers.

Bellingen Valley/Dorrigo Magpies: Finished second on the ladder in the Ladies League Tag competition, and were the biggest premiership threat to the Comets losing by just 2 points and 4 points in two of their meetings.

Beaches Seahorses: The standout side of the Hockey Coffs Coast’s women’s competition winning 14 of their 17 games to top the 1st division ladder.

Bellingen Swoopers and Bellingen Bullrouts: Ladder leaders of their respective Hockey Coffs Coast competitions.

The Swoopers finished the season undefeated to top the division 2 competition, while the Bullrouts won 15 of their 18 games to lead division 3.

Coffs Harbour Snappers: The queens of Upper Mid North Coast Rugby Union had a magnificent season as undefeated minor premiers.

Boambee Eagles: The Eagles soared high in 2021 as minor premiers of the North Coast Football’s women’s 1st division competition.

Klaustel Phones & Data and The Hunters: Shared the Coffs Harbour Touch Association’s A-grade women’s premiership after a 5-5 draw in the grand final of the winter competition.

Springloaded: The standout team of the Coffs Harbour Basketball Association’s women’s competition as they won the A-grade title capping off a magnificent undefeated season.



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