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NCF vs Edgeworth FC NPL Preview

May 7th, 2017

North Coast Football’s PS4 NPL squad play their second home game of the season on Sunday when they take on Edgeworth FC at Leisure Park in Coffs Harbour.

Edgeworth Eagles are known for their strong Men’s side, who pushed Melbourne City to the limits in last year’s Westfield FFA Cup, and led the A-League side 1-0 before a double from Socceroo Aaron Mooy secured the 2-1 victory for City.

The Eagle’s 13’s, 14’s and 15’s teams will travel to Coffs Harbour to play North Coast Football in Round 8 of the NNSWF NPL competition, and after a bye in Round 7, NCF Technical Director Gary McGinnis says the boys are well rested and ready for the encounter.

“We’ve had a week off which has worked in our favour, we’ve managed four good training sessions and that continuity is good preperation for our coaches and players.”

The games will be closely fought, with all squads close on the ladder after 7 Rounds.

Edgeworth 15’s are one point below NCF 15’s on the table; the Eagles currently in 7th and NCF in 6th. Eagle’s 14’s are 8th position, two above NCF 14’s in 10th, and NCF 13’s sit in 5th position, one spot below Edgeworth who are in 4th.

Come out and support the local Rep squads and watch some of the best football the region has to offer, kick-off from 12pm on Sunday 7th May at Leisure Park, Stadium Drive.

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