AFTER a slow start due to the effects of wet weather, the North Coast Football’s junior seasons are in full swing after a good run of weather.
A number of clubs have junior teams who sit at the top of their respective competitions.
Boambee FC, Coffs City United, Northern Storm and Woolgoolga FC all have two junior ladder leaders each.
Boambee FC lead the way in both the 12 boys first division and 12 girls, while Coffs City United sit at the top of the 13 Boys first division and 16 girls.
Woolgoolga FC are the standout in both the 14 boys and girls competitions, while Northern Storm are the ladder leaders in both the 16 and 17 boys leagues.
The Coffs Coast Tigers (15 boys), Nambucca Strikers (13 boys 2nd divison), and Sawtell FC (12 boys 2nd division) lead the way in their respective competitions.
The Boambee Bombers (12 boys first division), Boambee Eagles (12 girls), Northern Storm Tornadoes (16 boys), and Northern Storm Hurricanes (17 boys) still remain undefeated this season.
North Coast Football hosts 11 competitive age groups in the Coffs community fixtures, and eight non-competitive age groups for the youngest juniors.