Newspaper article Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia)

Bellingen Set for Clash with Jewels

Newspaper article Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia)

Bellingen Set for Clash with Jewels

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LAST weekend Hockey Coffs Coast hosted the NSW Vet Women's State Championship. There was no local hockey to report, although tonight local hockey resumes.

In Division 1 Women's this weekend, Bellingen will clash with Southside Jewels tomorrow at 7.15pm.

Linda Eckhardt for Bello and Kerry Dixon for Jewels need to be watched. Jewels have been playing good hockey and may have the edge.

In the match of the round on Sunday, Orara Emus are expected to continue their winning run over Urunga Stingrays.

Kiona Moseley, Annette Berry and Renae Smidt have been the standout players for Orara and Jamie-Lee Lindsay has been consistent for Urunga.

Close contests are expected

TONIGHT the division 1 men's action is expected to be close.

At 6.15pm Urunga Thunda will be out to show its recent win over Southside Villains was no fluke when it takes on Southside Heroes.

Villains may have the services of key players Heath Edwards and Dean Herbert, if these two play along with Chris Shipman, Thunda might need more than new dress shirts to look the part.

Thunda defender Corey Beaton predicts a Thunda win and indicated to me his team are premiership contenders. Expect Beaton to be well supported by Dave Dedman and Riley Connor.

If the real Villains turn up they will win.

At 7.30pm Southside Heroes face back to back losses when they take on a Northern Beaches Seahorse team playing confident hockey.

Heroes were well beaten last game by Thunda and at the back end of the season have a number of injury worries. They have lost Reece Edwards, Chris Herraman and now Captain Kieran Marshall for the season. Northern Beaches have a young and determined team, with star strikers Adam Ellison (11 goals for the season), Joe Piggott and Scott Mackenzie expected to have strong games.

If Heroes can shut down Ellison they may have a show. Northern beaches by a margin of two.

Grafton takes a break

WITH last Sunday's game against Grafton Sailors deferred until a few weeks' time, Southside will have to wait until Sunday week to take on Grafton Royals in Coffs Harbour.

This Sunday local men's teams will travel to Grafton to be involved in the Kelly Cup which is long in tradition in the Clarence. …

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