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FFA Cup Northern Conference Round 4 fixtures decided

March 21st, 2019

Following the conclusion of Round 3 of the Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) FFA Cup Northern Conference matches, the Round 4 fixtures have been confirmed after the LIVE Draw today.

Coffs City United will face off with fellow North Coast Football side Woolgoolga Wolves, while Boambee Bombers (North Coast Football) will be taking on South Armidale United (Northern Inland Football).

Goonellabah FC (Football Far North Coast) will host the last remaining Football Mid North Coast team, Kempsey Saints, while Bangalow SC (Football Far North Coast) will be squaring off with Coffs City Tigers (North Coast Football).

The Northern Conference will continue until Round 6, where the two remaining sides will combine with the six remaining sides of the Southern Conference.

Due to the overwhelming amount of wash-outs that occurred over the weekend in the Southern Conference, the Round 3 draw for that will take place next week on Monday 25th March, 12:30pm, LIVE on NNSWF Facebook.

The FFA Cup provides football teams across the country the chance to face-off against elite Hyundai A-League clubs in the national knockout tournament.

 

Northern Conference Round 4 Fixtures:

Boambee SC vs. South Armidale United FC

Coffs City United FC vs. Woolgoolga Wolves

Goonellabah Hornets FC vs. Kempsey Saints FC

Bangalow SC vs. Coffs City Tigers FC

 

Round 3 Southern Conference Draw

Where: Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility, Speers Point

When: Monday 25 March 2019

Time: From 12:30 pm

Live Link: Please follow our corporate Facebook channel for LIVE Stream. (FB: Northern NSW Football, Twitter: @nnswf, IG: nnswf)

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