Woolgoolga stay top of NCF Premier League

Coffs United’s Black Townsend (red) chased down by Woolgoolga’s Addison Mallett (blue).

THE Woolgoolga Wolves and Coffs United played out a 0-0 stalemate in the North Coast Football Premier League last Saturday at McLean Street.

The result maintains the Wolves’ position in first place on 16 points, with the Coffs Coast Tigers in hot pursuit on 14 points with a game in hand.

Northern Storm showcased their title credentials by leapfrogging Coffs United into third place after earning six points in a week.

In round eight, the Storm secured a 2-0 victory against Westlawn Tigers, and in their rescheduled ANZAC Day midweek fixture, they triumphed over Coffs United with a 1-0 win.

Looking ahead, the Northern Storm will be hosting Sawtell on Saturday, June 17, with a kick-off time of 2:30 pm.

On the same day, the Woolgoolga Wolves will be hosting the Westlawn Tigers at 5 pm, while the Coffs United Lions will square off against the Coffs Coast Tigers at McLean at 5 pm.

In Women’s Division One, Woolgoolga claimed a resounding 7-1 victory over Bellingen, while the Coffs United Lionesses defeated Sawtell with a convincing 4-0 scoreline.

League leaders Boambee and second-placed Urunga decided to postpone their fixture for a later date.

On Saturday, June 17 there will be a full calendar of matches in Women’s Division One.

Bellingen will be hosting Coffs United, the Woolgoolga Wildcats will be hosting Urunga, and Sawtell have a home game against Boambee.

All matches are scheduled for a 3 pm kick-off.


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