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20 TEAMS SIGN UP FOR FIRST EVER WOMEN’S STATE CUP

20 teams from across Northern New South Wales have signed up for the first ever Women’s State Cup, to be held at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility on September 23 and 24. 15 sides from the Hunter will go up against Urunga FC, Football Mid North Coast, Northern Inland sides from Armidale and Tamworth, as well as Football Far North Coast. The official draw will take place on July 28.

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MAITLAND AND WESTON TO DO BATTLE IN FFA CUP SOUTHERN CONFERENCE ROUND 5

Northern New South Wales Football has conducted the draw, for the fifth round of the FFA Cup’s southern conference, with some interesting match-ups between clubs in different divisions. Northern League One side New Lambton will host top flight club, Broadmeadow, while the Roosters will face Cardiff City and the Jaffas will play Adamstown in an all-NPL encounter. In other games, Maitland will host Weston in a Valley derby. Powerful NPL sides Hamilton and Edgeworth will do battle, while the Zone Premier League’s Newcastle Suns drew Valentine.

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NPL SIDES DOMINATE ROUND FOUR NNSW FFA CUP GAMES

NPL clubs have dominated round four matches in the FFA Cup, with Edgeworth, Broadmeadow and Maitland smashing their lower tier opponents. Hamilton also beat Cessnock City, while New Lambton won the battle of the Northern League One clubs. It may not be in the premier division, but New Lambton still showed class against Kahibah. “Here’s Jovcevski from distance. Luke Jovcevski with a stunner.” The visitors hit back after the break, thanks to Dave Hodgson, but New Lambton sealed its passage to the next round in the 74th minute.

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FIVE OF THE BEST FOR MEREWETHER IN THE HUNTER’S WPL COMPETITION

In Round Seven of the Women’s Premier League, Warners Bay beat Mid North Coast, Wallsend drew with Adamstown, and Merewether hammered Thornton. It was first against last as United faced the Redbacks, but it took a Rhali Dobson goal just before half time to open the scoring. Dobson was involved again after the break, teeing up Sarah Halvorsen. Leticia Quinlan wound her way through to make it three-nil, before Halvorsen grabbed a brace and made it four nil from a corner. Bek Stuart then scored from a tight angle to make it five-nil.

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