KINGSCLIFF hopes to ramp up its scoring power with the recruitment this year of strikers Chris Kolovos, Justin Janezic and Bo H
KINGSCLIFF hopes to ramp up its scoring power with the recruitment this year of strikers Chris Kolovos, Justin Janezic and Bo H

Kingscliff hikes fire power

By TANIA PHILLIPS

KINGSCLIFF coach Paul Quarmby believes a lack of goal-scoring proved costly for the Gold Coast first division club last year and he is determined it won't happen this season.

The club has signed former Nimbin players Bo Hayes and Justin Janezic along with Tumbulgum Tweed District premiership player Chris Kolovos. The trio are all strikers and will join the club's existing key frontman Fares Abedrabbo, who was injured a lot last year.

"Last year we only lost two games but we lacked goals," he said.

Despite losing two games all season - their large number of draws proved costly and the side had to be satisfied with fourth on the ladder.

But with the Gold Coast first division season about to start again this weekend, the club is hoping to do much better this time.

Quarmby said winning the division and gaining promotion to premier league was their main aim for the year.



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