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NCF NPL Squads Return to Action on Sunday

July 9th, 2020

UPDATE: Matches will now be held at Coffs Coast Sport and Leisure Park, the fields on the western side of the C.ex International stadium.

NCF’s National Premier Leagues youth squads take to the field this weekend following a prolonged break due to COVID-19, which was enforced just two rounds into the season.

Coffs Harbour will host their first fixtures at home for the season, with Newcastle-based Valentine FC bringing their 13s, 14s, 15s and 16s squads to play on Sunday afternoon at the C.ex International Stadium.

Sunday 12 July 2020
1pm Kick Off
NCF 13s
NCF 15s

Sunday 12 July 2020
3pm Kick Off
NCF 14s 
NCF 16s 

The 16s sit joint top of the table with two wins from two, whilst the other three age groups are toward the bottom of their respective tables, though with 20 rounds to go, and a strong focus from NCF Technical Director Jack Dover on the future, there’s excitement around the season re-start. 

“We have just returned back to full training and will be focusing on implementing our philosophy and style of play with the players over the coming months.”

‘The players are excited to get back on the field and play competitive football, we’re looking forward to welcoming Valentine FC for our first home match this year.”

Entry to the Stadium is free for the NPL NNSW competition this weekend, come out and enjoy an afternoon of the best youth football in the region.

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