Champion of Champions are Crowned at C.ex International Stadium

October 6th, 2019

Official Fixtures Draw Boys | Official Points Table Boys | Photos 

Official Fixtures Draw Girls | Official Points Table Girls | Photos 

Date: Sunday 6th October – Sunday 13th October 2019

Venue: C.ex International Stadium, Stadium Drive, Coffs Harbour

Age Groups:
Boys 12s 13s, 14s – Sunday 6th October to Tuesday 8th October
Boys 15s, 16s – Tuesday 8th October to Thursday 10th October
Girls 12s, 14s, 16s – Friday 11th October to Sunday 13th October

Day Three – Tuesday

After a foggy start to the third day of the Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) Champion of Champions, the 12, 13 and 14 Years Boys Finals were played with the winning teams crowned at C.ex International Stadium, Coffs Harbour.

The 12 Years division saw Kahibah FC (Macquarie Football) win the Final 2- 0 against Byron Bay FC (Football Far North Coast).

Kahibah FC played an excellent game of football, scoring crucial goals on either side of half-time.

While Byron Bay FC played strongly throughout the tournament, it was Kahibah FC who remained undefeated that took the Champion of Champions title home.

The 13 Years began their day with the top four (4) teams playing off in semi-finals to secure a place in the Final.

Alstonville FC (Football Far North Coast) defeated Valentine FC 2-1 and Coffs City United FC (North Coast Football) defeated Iona FC 2-1.

The Final between the two leading teams saw Coffs City United FC dominating 2-0 at half-time.

During a tight second half, Alstonville FC made a comeback slotting two (2) goals in the final five minutes equalising the game.

After an intense penalty shoot-out, Alstonville FC took it home and claimed the 13 Years 2019 Champion of Champions title.

Starting the day off with a 5-0 win over Port United FC (Mid North Coast Football), the 14 Years Morisset Strikers (Macquarie Football) continued their campaign into the Final against Northern Storm (North Coast Football).

Morisset struck first with an early goal in the third minute, followed by a second just before half time.

Northern Storm could not get on the score board, with a final score of 3-0 to Morisset Strikers after a cracking final goal in the second half.

Morisset Strikers remained undefeated throughout their campaign, making the team the new 14 Years 2019 Champion of Champions.

Day three (3) of the tournament continues this afternoon with the 15 and 16 Years Boys beginning their campaign from 3pm.

Day Two – Monday
A Scorcher Of A Day Has Seen The Competition Heat Up But Games Delayed

A scorcher of a day has delayed matches but seen the competition heat up as the Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) Champion of Champions tournament approaches the Finals.

NNSWF Development Officer Annelise Rosnell, has applauded the efforts of players, coaches and referees for managing the heat and remaining focused on the tournament.

“All teams rose to the occasion of playing hard to secure a spot in the semi-finals and finals tomorrow,”

“The level of involvement and passion seen from the community teams has been inspiring” Rosnell concluded.

In the 12 Years, Kahibah FC (Macquarie Football) are currently in the lead heading into the final round of fixtures scheduled for Tuesday morning.

Maitland JFC (Hunter Valley Football) and Byron Bay FC (Football Far North Coast) have both been impressive in front of goal scoring 24 and 20 respectively.

The two teams will challenge each other at 10am tomorrow morning with the winner advancing to the Final.

The 13 Years semi-finals have been determined with Alstonville FC (Football Far North Coast) taking on Valentine FC (Macquarie) and Coffs City United FC (North Coast Football) facing off against Iona FC (Mid North Coast).

Alstonville FC finished four (4) points clear of Coffs City United FC and Iona FC, who finished second and third respectively.

Leaders in the 14 Years division, Morisset Strikers (Macquarie Football) and Northern Storm (North Coast), have locked in their place in tomorrow’s Final.

After a thrilling match where Morisset came from one (1) goal behind to claim a 2-1 win over Northern Storm, they’ve now gained maximum points from their opening four (4) round matches.

Due to the hot weather, matches scheduled at 12pm, 1pm and 2pm were postponed until after 3pm, in accordance with the NNSWF hot weather policy.

The final round of the 14 Years matches have been rescheduled to Tuesday 8 October at 8am, kicking off Day three (3) of the NNSWF Champion of Champions tournament.

Day One – Sunday
Zone Community Champions Take The Field For the Coveted Title

Day One of the Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) Champion of Champions begins with the top performing 12, 13 and 14 Years community boys teams from across the region competing at the C.ex International Stadium, Coffs Harbour.

The tournament gives participants a chance to play against other top performing community teams from across the seven (7) community member zone competitions.

In its second year of operation, Champion of Champions affords participants the chance to play in competitive tournament format conditions.

Today we saw a standout performance from Kahibah FC (Macquarie Football) in the 12 Years, who have taken command after defeating the earlier frontrunner Maitland JFC (Hunter Valley Football) 4-1 in the third round of the tournament.

Iona FC (Football Mid North Coast) leads the way in the 13 Years division remaining undefeated in their three (3) matches played today.

In the 14 Years division Morisset FC (Macquarie Football) and Northern Storm (North Coast Football) have shown early form in their opening round matches gaining maximum points from their two (2) fixtures.

The fourth round fixture at 1:00pm tomorrow between the two title contending teams is shaping to be a decisive match.

NNSWF Development Officer, Annelise Rosnell has praised the efforts from the Member Zones for achieving an increase in the amount of teams participating in this year’s tournament.

“It’s fantastic to see the tournament grow by a substantial amount in its second year,”

“We have seen an increase of 13 teams, with this year being the first year of a Girls competition.”

Day two (2) of the tournament commences Monday 7 October, with first kick off at 9:00am.

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