Around the Clubs

FFA Cup Round Two Fixtures

March 2nd, 2017

URGENT UPDATE: Sawtell Scorpions v Coffs Coast Tigers now at Bishop Druitt College at 3.00pm today.
Due to rain through the week, Polwarth Drive fields are unsuitable for play and the match has been moved to Bishop Druitt College.

The second round of the NCF Zone FFA Cup will be played this weekend, with Orara drawing a familiar Round Two rival in Coffs United Lions, and Sawtell set to play Coffs Coast Tigers.

Northern NSW Football has released its fixture for the second round of matches and the Urunga boys can put their feet up.

Of the five teams that won in the first round last weekend, the Raiders have been given a free pasage to the third round with a bye.

Orara Valley need to put their impressive 3-1 win over Maclean Bobcats behind them as the face the daunting task of overcoming Coffs United for FFA Cup progression. Orara played Coffs United in the Second Round last year, and lost 8-1 at McLean Street.

In the other match, Sawtell Scorpions has drawn the home ground advantage against the Coffs Coast Tigers. The Gary Phillips-caoched side showed they are a new team against Boambee in the first round, though face a more resilient defence in their second round encounter with the Tigers on Saturday

ROUND 2 FIXTURES

Sawtell Scorpions FC v Coffs Coast Tigers FC
Saturday 4th March 2017 3.00pm at Polwarth Drive Coffs Harbour

Orara Valley FC v Coffs City United FC
Sunday 5th March 2017 4.00pm at Mclean St, Coffs Harbour

Bye: Urunga

Related Topics:

More NewsMore >

More News

Sean McFarlane named North Coast Football’s Newcastle Permanent Community Referee of the Year
Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Sean McFarlane as North Coast… [more]
Phil Lynch named North Coast Football’s Newcastle Permanent Community Coach of the Year
Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Phil Lynch as North Coast… [more]
Jada Johnson named North Coast Football’s Newcastle Permanent Volunteer of the Year
Northern NSW Football is pleased to announce Jada Johnson as North Coast… [more]

Around The Clubs

Phil Lynch – Bellingen’s Mr Fixit awarded Newcastle Permanent Coach of the Year by Northern New South Wales Football and North Coast Football
Phil Lynch from Bellingen FC was announced the Newcastle Permanent Coach of the… [more]
Super Sean Scoops Newcastle Permanent Referee of the Year
By all accounts, Maclean’s Sean McFarlane is a young man of utmost… [more]
Super Sean Wins Referee of the Year
By all accounts, Maclean’s Sean McFarlane is a young man of utmost… [more]

Sponsors