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Venue change: Dockers v Swoopers in Junior comp

The Under 11 and Under 13 matches that were to be played tomorrow (Sunday 9 May) between South West Rocks Dockers and the Port Macquarie have been moved due to the closure of the Dockers ground. These matches will now

Women’s focus is on Grafton

All eyes will be on Ellem Oval tomorrow with the only match in the Women’s competition being played in Grafton. Due to byes and postponements the Grafton Tigers and Lismore Swans Women will be at the epicentre of Women’s footy

Northern Beaches v Sawtell postponed in Senior comp

Centennial Oval has been closed by Woolgoolga Sports Council due to this week’s rain making the playing surface unsafe. This means that tomorrow’s (8.5.2021) matches between Northern Beaches Blues and Sawtell Toormina Saints in Seniors, Reserves, and Women’s have all

Blues chasing elusive first win

THE Northern Beaches have shown glimpses of some tremendous football in their first two matches back in the seniors. Trouble is all they’ve got to show for it so far is one draw. The Blues drew with reigning premier Grafton

Sydney Swans pay virtual visits to North Coast clubs

AFL North Coast clubs hosted Sydney Swans players for a video link conversation so that the Swans could better understand the local footy landscape. Conscious of the recent rain and flooding that has occurred throughout the region, the Sydney Swans

Breakers show they’re still the team to beat

ANY thoughts reigning premier the Coffs Breakers would be an easier egg to crack in 2021 have quickly been laid to rest. Playing in a replay of last year’s grand final against the Northern Beaches Blues, the Breakers put their

Wayward Swans continue winning ways

The Lismore Swans maintained their position at the top of the AFL North Coast ladder after an emphatic 85-point win over Port Macquarie. The Magpies faced the longest road trip in the competition, some 358km, and the distance and the

Celebrating our Umpires

This week across the nation is Community Umpiring Week with the aim to encourage people to get involved in umpiring Australian Football at the community level. Throughout the week, April 26 – May 2, leagues and clubs will celebrate their

Swans and Magpies battle for early supremacy

HAVING both recorded opening round victories, either the Lismore Swans or Port Macquarie will get a jump on the majority of the senior competition if they can win at Oakes Oval on Saturday. The Swans sit on top of the

Grand Final replay for women

IT’S only Round 2 but Saturday’s clash between Northern Beaches and the Coffs Breakers is already taking on extra significance. Both the Blues and the Breakers recorded impressive first-up win last weekend and the victor of this match will have