WER WEATHER CAUSES PROBLEMS FOR NORTH COAST FOOTBALL
May 4, 2011 at 3:02 pm
North coast football officials are growing concerned over the lack of matches played so far this season due to wet weather.
Tonight Coffs United and Orara will play a catch up match on Stadium Drive.
After four rounds Coffs have played only one game with some clubs yet to take to the paddock.
North Coast Football administrators are in talks with the Coffs Harbour City Council in a bid to stage more make up games to get the season back on track.
Details of other catch up matches will be announced soon.
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