Northern NSW Football complete draw for rounds four and five of FFA Cup Northern conference

April 30th, 2021

Northern NSW Football has completed draws for rounds four and five of the 2021 FFA Cup Northern Conference.

The draw was made up of four Football Mid North Coast and four North Coast Football clubs.

In round four, North Coast Football clubs Northern Storm FC and Coffs City United will meet, while there will also be a Port Macquarie derby between Football Mid North Coast clubs Port Saints FC and Port Macquarie United FC.

The victorious Port Macquarie club will earn a fifth round clash against either Boambee Bombers FC or Camden Haven Redbacks FC.

There is also the potential for a Coffs Harbour derby in the fifth round with the winner of Northern Storm and Coffs City United to take on either Coffs Coast Tigers FC or Kempsey Saints FC.

Fourth round ties will be played midweek on 11, 12 and 13 May, with fifth round ties to be played a fortnight later on 25, 26 and 27 May.

2021 FFA Cup Northern Conference
Round four matches

Northern Storm FC v Coffs City United FC
Port Saints FC v Port Macquarie United FC
Coffs Coast Tigers FC v Kempsey Saints FC
Boambee Bombers FC v Camden Haven Redbacks FC

Matches to be played midweek on 11, 12, 13 May

Round five matches

Port Saints FC or Port Macquarie United FC v Boambee Bombers FC or Camden Haven Redbacks FC
Northern Storm FC or Coffs City United FC v Coffs Coast Tigers FC or Kempsey Saints FC

Matches to be played midweek on 25, 26, 27 May

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