Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Cities and Arrows Keep on Premier Track

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Cities and Arrows Keep on Premier Track

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HOCKEY: Bundaberg will be represented in both Premier League grand finals this Sunday, with reigning champions Cities to fly the flag in the men's division and Arrows/Athletics to line up in the women's decider.

The two booked their places with victories in Sunday's semi-finals, with Cities outgunning Wallaroos 4-0 at Hinkler Park and Arrows overcoming Tinana's home-ground advantage in Maryborough and beating them 3-0.

In a bonus, they will have home deciders despite being up against the minor premier Cooloola Heat and the unbeaten Wallaroos respectively, after Bundaberg was awarded hosting rights due to having more teams in the finals than the other cities.

Bundaberg Rovers rallied and served it up to Cooloola in their semi but the Heat prevailed 2-1.

Wallaroos' women, who had won all of their 10 fixtures matches, only advanced as the higher-placed team after their duel with Granville ended in a one-all draw and neither was able to break the deadlock in extra-time. …

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