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2022 season to be extended due to weather

The 2022 winter football season will be extended for many competitions due to ongoing weather conditions under plans released today by North Coast Football. Unprecedented weather conditions on the Coffs Coast and in the Clarence Valley have saturated many fields,

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Coastal Club Shield starts 2023

A new inter-regional club football competition planned to start this year has been postponed until 2023 due to the ongoing issues created by the weather. The Coastal Club Shield was due to start in 2023, with junior and senior teams

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The weather situation

Statement by Andrew Woodward, General Manager, North Coast Football Hi everyone, we need to talk about the weather. We’re as frustrated as you at this weather and its impact on our competitions. I understand we’re getting into the territory of

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Former Socceroo to run Skill Acquisition Phrase Program in Grafton

Is your child looking to do more or go further with football? Do they want to go to the next level? The North Coast Football Skill Acquisition Phase program could be for them. The Clarence Skill Acquisition Phase (SAP) program

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2022 season start

The 2022 season is scheduled to start this weekend on the Coffs Coast. However, with the weather, all matches except a few will be postponed. That’s a disappointing way to start the year, but the weather has intervened in football

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Coffs Football 6s – Coming soon!

Plans have been unveiled today for a major new football competition that will make the game a year-round sport on the Coffs Coast. North Coast Football (NCF) has released details of Coffs Football 6s involving six-a-side competition on the synthetics

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Senior draws are now online

Two weeks are senior draws are now online. More draws for juniors, masters and MiniRoos will be out soon. All senior draws will be out the week after Easter. Football on Coffs Coast starts 23/4 and Clarence Valley 30/4. Go

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Community football season start delayed

North Coast Football (NCF) today announced the start of the 2022 community football season would be delayed a few weeks due to saturated grounds and the forecast of more significant rain in the next week. Football for around 5,000 players

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Update on the situation in the Clarence Valley

Picture: The playing fields at Maclean “Most water off it now, but unplayable for a while unless we get rain to wash all the mud off,” Matt Farrell, Maclean FC Club President. Following is an email sent to clubs in

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Football in the Clarence is suspended

Northern NSW Football has suspended all football activity in flood-affected areas. In the North Coast Football Zone, at this time, that takes in the Clarence Valley LGA. Football is suspended in the Clarence Valley LGA until 21 March 2022 at

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