Pictured: Tursa Employment and Training representative Greg McMahon (left) with Todd Jones, who is the new coach of the Men’s Premier Division 2016 ANZAC Cup winners, Lismore Richmond Rovers.
Domestic football formally swings into action this weekend when the 68th edition of the ANZAC Cup competition commences.
Tursa Employment and Training will again align themselves with Football Far North Coast, with the community based organisation continuing as marquee strategic partner of this historic event. Football Far North Coast acknowledges the stellar support of Tursa, who continue to give tangible support of a range of community activities and events within the community.
Team nominations for the four ANZAC Cup competitions total 34, with 15 teams to contest the Callan McMillan A and Callan McMillan B competitions for women, confirming strong interest in the pre-season concept.
Games commence on Friday night across the region, with Sunday games also played over the next three weeks, before semi-finals are played prior to the start of the main season commencing in late March. The FINALS for the ANZAC Cup will be played at Oakes Oval, Lismore on Saturday 22nd April, while the Callan McMillan Finals will be played at Oakes Oval on Friday evening 21st April.
The draw for each competition can be found on the FFNC website, www.footballfarnorthcoast.com.au