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Round 14 Review

July 19th, 2016

Coffs United will be disappointed with a draw over the weekend as they failed to put away Maclean in a tight contest.

The Bobcats managed to hold the league leaders at home, the match ending in a 1-1 draw.

Urunga Raiders hosted Westlawn Tigers, and the Tigers surprised Urunga in the opening 30 minutes, leveling the match 1-1. Urunga were ultimately too strong for the Tigers, but credit to the Grafton side for keeping the Premier League’s in-form team within their reach for most of the first half. Raiders beat Tigers 8-1.

Northern Storm defeated Orara Valley 7-1, and Boambee outclassed the Scorpions 9-1 to wrap up the North Coast Hotel Group Men’s Premier League weekend fixtures.

In the Coffs Deep Sea Fishing Club WPL, the Boambee Eagles have all but secured the Premiership, beating second placed Coffs United 5-1 on Saturday. Now 15 points ahead, the Eagles only need 4 points from their remaining 6 matches to win the competition.

Urunga Raiders and Maclean Bobcats fought out a 0-0 draw, and Northern Storm defeated Woolgoolga Wildcats 3-2. It was Northern Storm’s second win of the season, and a fantastic performance from the Cyclones.

 

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