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North Coast Football's Golden Boot winners for 2018. Boambee's Kylie McDonald (C.ex Group Women's Division) and Coffs United's Gum Mayak (C.ex Group Men's Premier League). Image: Green Shoots Marketing

McDonald, Mayak win Golden Boot trophies

September 5th, 2018

ONE player’s season in front of goal was so outstanding that she scored more C.ex Group Women’s Division goals on her own than most teams could muster as a group.
None of Woolgoolga 2, Nambucca, Boambee 2, Coffs United, Orara Valley, Macksville, Bellingen, Urunga 2, Sawtell or Corindi scored as many goals in 2018 as Kylie McDonald did.
The Boambee striker scored an incredible 60 times this year to easily take out the Women’s Division Golden Boot award.
Urunga’s Jacquie Kambere also had a great season scoring 37 goals but that wonderful figure was still 23 goals behind McDonald’s tally.
McDonald’s teammate Keira Plumbe finished the season in third position on the Golden Boot leaderboard with 26 goals, finishing ahead of Urunga’s Belinda Moore who finished the season with 22 goals next to her name.
The race for the Golden Boot in the C.ex Group Men’s Premier League was a lot tighter.
Coffs United’s Gum Mayak finished the regular season ahead of a triumvirate of Boambee players in Brady Parker, Player of the Year Lachlan Moye and Luke France.
Mayak scored 29 times in 2018 to finish four goals ahead of Parker. Moye found the onion bag 21 times this season while France’s 18 goals shows how potent the Bombers’ attacking trio is.

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