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United’s Lionesses yet to taste defeat

September 6th, 2021

Success can be habit forming. and the Coffs United Lionesses women’s Over 30s are well and truly in that groove.
So much so that they remain undefeated since day dot of the competition’s inception on the North Coast.
To be fair, the Lionesses returned to the Over 30s fray this year after having two seasons’ off, in 2019 and ’20.
But it’s been business as usual back on the pitch in ’21 – though Lionesses captain Jodi Wood said the general standard of play has risen.
“The competition’s got a lot stronger,” Jodi said.
“Dorrigo are a very good side and they had only eight players when we faced them and Boambee are really strong – we had two draws with them.
“Woolgoolga too always bring you a hard game.”
The Lionesses – this year’s premiers – have been able to maintain a core group of six to eight across the seasons.
“We’re happy to get that (the premiership) and we haven’t lost that undefeated tag but it’s fairly social. We don’t train,” Jodi said.
“But we’ve got a strong structure down the middle and once we take the pitch it’s competitive.”

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