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Westfield FFA Cup Qualification Weekend

June 17th, 2016

The Westfield FFA Cup Qualification Weekend will be played at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility (LMRFF) this Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June as the final eight teams compete for a place in the Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32 and the chance to take on Hyundai A-League sides.

The ‘Final Eight’ fixtures will see PlayStation® 4 National Premier Leagues sides Hamilton Olympic FC, Edgeworth Eagles FC, Lambton Jaffas FC, along with NEWFM 1st Division teams Belmont Swansea FC, Thornton FC, Singleton FC, as well as Norths United FC from Armidale and North Coast Football side Urunga FC battle it out for a place in the ‘Final Four’ fixtures and ultimately the opportunity to represent Northern NSW Football in the Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32.

The winners of the ‘Final Eight’ matches will identify the final four teams to contest the Round of 32 spots. All ‘Final Four’ fixtures will be drawn from the hat on Saturday, June 18 to play on Sunday, June 19.

The two winners will automatically qualify to represent Northern NSW Football in the Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32.

‘Final Eight’ Fixtures
Saturday 18th June
Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility

10am Lambton Jaffas FC v Belmont Swansea United FC
12pm Singleton Strikers FC v Thornton Redbacks FC
2pm Hamilton Olympic FC v Norths United FC
4pm Edgeworth Eagle FC v Urunga FC

‘Final Four’ Fixtures
Sunday 19th June
Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility

10am Match 1 Kick Off
12pm
Match 2 Kick Off

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