Momentum is key with two rounds to go

It could be a case of third time lucky for Sawtell Toormina Saints as they aim to seal top spot on the ladder ahead of the Finals when they travel south to take on the Port Macquarie Magpies. The Saints

Local derby result builds intrigue ahead of Finals

Sawtell Toormina Saints claimed local derby honours this season by beating Coffs Harbour Breakers in three of their five meetings, but Breakers have won the last two head to head clashes and move towards the Finals confident of their chances

Junior Finals are close, Footy Show is all over it

Eadey’s back for another appearance on the Footy Show, and PT realises that it’s not the best idea to have a Tiger and Pie on the show together two days out before a showdown at the ‘G. Outside of the

Junior clubs put best foot forward for charity

The Bellingen Bulldogs, Nambucca Valley Lions, and South West Rocks Dockers will be wearing rainbow laces in Sunday’s matches to support a great cause. The three clubs are marking their round 14 matches as Zaidee’s Round and will be wearing

Local derby could decide minor premiership

The 2018 minor premiership goes on the line in this week’s battle between local rivals Sawtell Toormina Saints and Coffs Harbour Breakers. The equation is simple – a Saints victory and they secure top billing, a win to the Breakers

Brianna named All Australian

Brianna McFarlane from Yamba has been named in the 2018 AFL Women’s Under 18 All Australian squad following her outstanding performances for the Eastern Allies at the National Championships. Bree only returned to footy earlier this season after a six

Eight North Coast players in Northern Heat

Eight North Coast Force players have been rewarded for their strong performances at the recent  Northern NSW Representative Carnival with selection in the Northern Heat Under 17 team. The Heat program is a combined initiative of AFL North Coast, AFL

Sawtell and Breakers close to securing top two spots

Sawtell Toormina Saints sent out an ominous warning with Finals just around the corner when they ruthlessly dispatched the Grafton Tigers by over 200 points. The Tigers were under strength, missing key players in Luke Stanford, Ethan Olsen, and Callum

Footy Show celebrates rep footy

Fresh from a huge two days at the Northern NSW Representative Carnival, PT and Crawls reflect on that outstandingly successful event, look at last week’s classic Women’s match, and cast an eye over this weekend’s round of footy. No mention

Force is building within Northern NSW

The Northern NSW Representative Carnival was acknowledged as an outstanding success by the 19 teams and 400 players that competed across the two days. The carnival was staged at Coffs Coast Sports and Leisure Park on two outstanding grounds and