2019 FFA Cup Northern Conference Round 3 fixtures decided

March 5th, 2019

Northern NSW Football’s (NNSWF) Round 2 of the FFA Cup Northern Conference finished over the past weekend and following the LIVE draw completed today, the Round 3 match-ups have been officially decided scheduled to take place this weekend.

Two weekends ago, Westlawn Tigers defeated Taree Wildcats 9-0, while Coffs Coast Tigers defeated Gunnedah FC 5-0.

Port United, Oxley Vale Attunga and Coffs City United all progressed by notified forfeit’s while the rest of the Round 2 matches took place over the last two days.

Goonellahbah FC beat East Armidale 5-0 away from home, Port Saints grabbed a close 1-0 victory over Alstonville FC and Boambee FC defeated fellow North Coast side Maclean FC 4-0.

There were also two matches that were both played at the University of New England that saw South Armidale United win 6-1 over Narrabri, and Demon Knights FC beating Moree FC 5-2.

The Round 3 LIVE draw featured all ten Round 2 victors, as well as the six teams who received bye’s and the following matches were fixtured:

 

Round 3 Fixtures:

Armidale City Westside FC (Northern Inland Football) vs. Kempsey Saints FC (Football Mid North Coast)

Tamworth FC (Northern Inland Football) vs. South Armidale United FC (Northern Inland Football)

Woolgoolga Wolves (North Coast Football) vs. Demon Knights FC (Northern Inland Football)

Port United FC (Football Mid North Coast) vs. Boambee SC (North Coast Football)

Macleay Valley Rangers FC (Football Mid North Coast) vs. Coffs City Tigers FC (North Coast Football)

Oxley Vale Attunga (Northern Inland Football) vs. Bangalow SC (Football Far North Coast)

Coffs City United FC (North Coast Football) vs. Port Saints FC (Football Mid North Coast)

Goonellabah Hornets (Football Far North Coast) vs. Westlawn Tigers FC (North Coast Football)

 

Match details will be determined in the next 48 hours with the team drawn first for each fixture given the opportunity to host in the first instance. See theffacup.com.au for further details.

Related Topics:
FFA Cup FFA Cup Northern Conference

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