Final Four Determined for the Round 7 Westfield FFA Cup

June 18th, 2016

Day one of the Westfield FFA Cup Qualification Weekend was played at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility which proved to be a tough contest for the four fixtures.

Belmont Swansea pushed off to a good start in the first half of their match however the Jaffas proved to be too strong and dominated the NEWFM First Division team 4-2.

Match two was a tight contest with NEWFM First Division rivals trying to knock each other out of the park, however it was Singleton who held form and scored themselves a 2-1 win over the Redbacks.

PlayStation 4 National Premier League table leaders, Hamilton Olympic proved to be too strong for Armidale team Norths United dominating them in a 4-0 performance.

Edgeworth evened the scores between themselves and Urunga after Urunga beat them in the State Cup Final in 2013, securing a 3-0 win.

Tomorrows matches will confirm Northern NSW Football’s (NNSW) representatives for this year’s Westfield FFA Cup of Round 32, who will join the mix to play off against Preliminary Round club-based winners from fellow states, as well as Hyundai A-League Clubs.

The official LIVE Fox Sports draw is to take place either on Thursday 30th June to determine whether either of these teams will play host to a Hyundai A-League or rival State League club.

Full Round 6 Results as follows;

Lambton Jaffas FC 4 (9′ Majurovski, 45′ & 68′ Wood, 49′ Remington) defeated Belmont Swansea FC 2 (4′ Wilson, 23′ Hadlow)

Singleton Strikers FC 2 (37′ Burrell, 72′ Hall) defeated Thornton Redbacks FC 1 (15′ Subat)

Hamilton Olympic FC 4 (9′ Spencer, 22′ Mooney, 60′ Vallone, 74′ Bertos (P)) defeated Norths United Football Club 0

Edgeworth Eagles FC 3 (26’ Fayers, 61’ Moriyasu, 79’ Garland) defeated Urunga Raiders FC 0

 

‘Final Four’ Fixtures
Sunday 19th June
Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility

10am Match 1 Lambton Jaffas FC v Hamilton Olympic FC
12pm
Match 2 Edgeworth Eagles FC v Singleton Strikers FC

 

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