Coffs Harbour Comets on Fire in Ladies League Tag Coffs Coast Sport News Of The Area by News Of The Area - Modern Media - August 4, 2021 Jess Moore with a determined run to score the first try. THE Coffs Harbour Comets fired to their fourteenth consecutive victory of the season with a 12-0 win over Bellingen last Saturday at Geoff King Motors Oval. Tries from Jess Moore, Hannah White and Eden Bennett continued their stellar season where they have scored an impressive 398 points and conceded only 42. Jess Moore led by example with a determined run in the middle of the park to score the first try. The co-captain attributed the results to the team spirit in the camp. “The game was tough and Bello came out fighting hard, they’re a very good side so we knew we had to be strong in defence which our girls did. “The team spirit is very good at the moment, we have a diverse group of girls from 16 to 30 and we are working really well as a team and the younger girls are always making us laugh. “The next game we have Woopi who are coming off the back of some good wins and good games so it will be a tough match for us, we just try and put our best footy on the field with smiles and then our coaches are happy,” said Jess. The Comets travel to Woolgoolga in their final match of the season and co-captain Megan Danvers is looking forward to the match before the finals. “We’re looking forward to playing Woopi next week, they’ve hit some good form in the second half of the season so it’ll be good to play them again,” said Megan. By David WIGLEY Comets celebrating a stellar season attributed to the team spirit in the camp. Elizabeth Kelly on the attack. Hannah White stretching the Bellingen defence.