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Northern NSW Football conduct Northern Conference fourth preliminary round Australia Cup draw

March 1st, 2022

Northern NSW Football conducted the Northern Conference fourth preliminary round draw for the Australia Cup yesterday.

The draws were broadcast live on NNSWF’s social media channels on Monday afternoon with the winner of Boambee Bombers and Northern Storm to host Oxley Vale Attunga, while Coffs City United will welcome the winner of Nambucca Strikers and Iona FC.

The winner of Coffs Coast Tigers and Taree Wildcats will host Bellingen FC, while the winner of Port Saints and Kempsey Saints will travel to take on Moore Creek FC.

Northern NSW Football are in the process of rescheduling the postponed matches from round three and will provide dates for round four matches in coming days.

The competition has been split between a Northern Zone and Southern Zone. The Northern Zone featured 18 teams at the start of the competition representing Football Far North Coast, North Coast Football, Football Mid North Coast and Northern Inland member zones.

There will be seven knockout rounds to decide the two NNSWF representatives that qualify for the national round of 32.

Southern Conference round two matches will be played 19th and 20th March, with round three fixtures the following weekend.

The full list of Northern NSW Football Preliminary Round Fixtures are available HERE.

Northern Zone
Round Four Fixtures

Boambee Bombers FC or Northern Storm v Oxley Vale Attunga FC
Coffs City United v Nambucca Strikers or Iona FC
Coffs Coast Tigers or Taree Wildcats v Bellingen FC
Port Saints FC or Kempsey Saints FC v Moore Creek FC

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