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Northern Storm a gathering force

April 8th, 2021

They aren’t the Hollywood headliners of North Coast Football, but Northern Storm are in every sense one of the competition heavyweights.
Their foundations and community connections are so robust in fact that the House of Storm must be the envy of many.
“We’re looking very good this season having held on to most of our coaches from last year,” club president Michael Lloyd said.
“Our numbers are up marginally and they were very strong last year despite COVID.
“Our juniors are solid and in the seniors we’ve basically got a full book.”
So the Storm will field sides from Unders 6s through to Over 35s – with the notable exception of a senior women’s team, just to give them a goal pushing forward.
Asked to ponder the powerhouse club’s strength, Michael mused “without wanting to blow our own horn too much we get a lot of feedback from the community that we’re doing a good job.
“The logistics help us too in that we’re in an area that’s experiencing a lot of growth in the population.”

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