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Ins and outs for Urunga women

March 17th, 2021

Urunga FC expect to take a small step back while keeping their foot on the accelerator in this year’s women’s competition.
The team was impeccable in 2020, sealing the deal 3-2 over Boambee in the 2nd Division Championship grand final.
But it won’t be a case of taking off where they left off, explains highly regarded Urunga coach Trevor Martin who will again be at the helm.
“We’ve lost a few players – a couple going off to uni, but we’ve picked a couple up,” Trevor said.
“We won’t be quite as strong but we’ll still be very competitive. The core group is still there.
“When you have new players coming in it’s a bit of a rebuild until they are fit – so the expectations won’t be as high until about mid-season.”
Trevor expects grand finalists Boambee Eagles to loom large again in the new competition.
“You always expect them to be strong,” he said.

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