Kangaroos lead way for Tweed teams

TWEED Heads scored a confidence boosting 1-0 win over Tugun at Arkinstall Park on Saturday to move to within one point of the top four in the Gold Coast Soccer First Division competition

The Kangaroos are the best placed of the Tweed teams after Murwillumbah was comprehensively beaten 5-1 by Merrimac at Murwillumbah on Saturday and Kingscliff was humbled by a rampant Robina City 11-0 at Robina on Saturday night.

South of the border, the Pottsville Panthers remain undefeated in the Football Far North Coast First Division competition after disposing of Bryon Bay 8-1 at Pottsville Oval on Saturday night.

With three wins from three starts and a game in hand, the Panthers sit in third spot on the ladder behind Woodburn who accounted for Uki 3-1 at Woodburn and Burringbar who beat Goonellabah 2-0.

Pottsville have continued their Anzac Cup winning form in the First Division and next week will be aiming to make it four from four when they face Uki.

Uki opened the scoring against the competition leaders through captain Dave Stratton and led going to half time 1-0.

However, the Wolves stormed home with three second-half goals.

In the other FFNC first division match, South Lismore beat Richmond 2-1.



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