Grand final wins for Bellingen, Tigers and Breakers

Coffs Coast Tigers were grand final winners in the under 15s boys competition. Photo: Northern NSW Football, David Wigley.

AFTER finishing fourth on the table, Corindi Breakers put in a barnstorming finish to win the grand final, defeating runaway league winners Northern Storm in men’s division three.

Following two weeks of heavy rainfall, both the semi final and grand final matches were switched to the Coffs Coast Synthetics.

The smooth, quick surface suited Corindi’s passing game of football as the midfielders fed the strikers with perfectly weighted through-balls which led to three unanswered goals and grand final victory.

Bellingen under 16 girls capped off a stellar season defeating Coffs United 2-0.

After lifting the Champions of Champions trophy only a few weeks earlier, the Bellingen girls ended the season on a high with a trophy cabinet of silverware.

After finishing the league in second place, the Coffs Coast Tigers under 15s saved the best for last, defeating Coffs United 1-0 to win the grand final.

After two years of Covid, the football clubs, players and supporters relished the return of grand final football despite the prolonged season due to the wet weather.


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