HOCKEY Coffs Coast is one of the premier sporting organisations in the Coffs Harbour region.
This year’s AFL North Coast season has been an historic one, with both the Lismore Swans and Casino Lions joining the competition for the first time. In a year in which the AFL North Coast celebrated its 40th season, eight seniors teams from Port Macquarie to Lismore took part while a record six women’s
THIS year’s Tooheys New Group 2 Rugby League first grade season was one of the closest seen in years. With finals getting underway before lockdown, we look back on the home and away season and how each club’s teams have fared. Grafton Ghosts: The 2019 premiers continued their excellent form in 2021, winning
Finals spots have been decided as the final round of the AFL North Coast season was played last weekend. The Port Macquarie Magpies clinched the fourth and last finals spot with a 26-point win against the Northern Beaches Blues in Round 14. Minor premiers the Coffs Harbour Breakers head into this year’s finals series on
The Grafton Ghosts have won this year’s minor premiership after a 20-19 win against the Bellingen Valley/Dorrigo Magpies, during the final round of the Tooheys New Group 2 Rugby League season. The Ghosts finished two points clear on top of the ladder ahead of the Coffs Harbour Comets. The Comets finished second on the ladder
The Sawtell/Toormina Saints have moved into second spot on the ladder with a 34-point win against the Lismore Swans at Richardson Park during Round 13 of the AFL North Coast season. The Saints overtook the Swans for second spot on the ladder with just one round remaining until this year’s finals series. The Port Macquarie