Competitions

Premier Division – Round 12 Preview

Oxley Vale Attunga will be out to extend its margin over Gunnedah at the top of the Northern Inland Premier Men’s competition on Saturday when they travel west to Geoff Morgan Fields. The Mushies sit atop of the table on

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Namoi League – Round 10 Preview

There is no shortage of action in round 10 of the Namoi League this weekend with a double-header at Hogan Oval sure to provide plenty of entertainment for the region’s football fanatics. At 3pm the Elevens host Moree, before Narrabri

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Premier Division – Round 11 Review

OVA extended its margin at the top of the Northern Inland Premier Men’s Division, while Tamworth and South United also recorded wins in round 11 of the competition. The Mushies are now 11-points clear of the second placed Gunnedah, with

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Namoi League – Round 9 Review

Narrabri continued its golden run with a 6-1 win over a depleted Moree on Saturday, while the match between Narrabri Elevens and Wee Waa was washed out. The top-of-the-table Narrabri found themselves behind early thanks to a spectacular effort from

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Tamworth Women’s Division – Round 7 Review

Oxley Vale Attunga goalkeeper Hanna Davis made the switch to up-front and delivered with five goals as the second-placed side hammered a luckless Kootingal 16-0. Kootingal player coach Cassi Cutmore took on the tough task of goalkeeper for the clash,

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Namoi League – Round 9 Preview

There’s a similar wet weather vibe to football in the Namoi League this weekend with consistent rain a welcome sight for all those bar football fans. Scheduled for Saturday, the top-of-the-table Narrabri head north to tackle Moree while the Elevens

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Tamworth Women’s Division – Round 7 Preview

Player depth will be tested this weekend in the Tamworth Women’s Division with the school holidays leaving many teams struggling for players. Among those battling the lack of depth is Oxley Vale Attunga. OVA sit third on the table with

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Premier Division – Round 11 Preview

Forecast rain could leave football fans disappointed again this weekend in the North West. According to the Bureau of Meteorology, Tamworth is expecting between 1 and 6 millimeters of rain on Saturday, though already wet fields could make football difficult.

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Tamworth Women’s Division – Round 8 Review

Tamworth recorded its sixth win of season 2021 with what coach Chris Hughes described as a scrappy win over the sixth placed Kootingal White. The win keeps FC at the top-of-the-table, four points clear of North Companions Black who also

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Premier Division – Round 10 Review

Oxley Vale Attunga proved too good for Kootingal in round 10 of the Northern Inland Premier Men’s competition, while Gunnedah edged out Moore Creek and South United defeated Tamworth. The Mushies led by four at the break at Riverside Park,

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