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Urunga Raiders V Boambee Bombers

Coming off the bye in the previous round of the North Coast Hotel Group Premier League certainly didn’t suit the third placed Boambee Bombers on the weekend as the Raiders delivered an eye watering 9-1 result at Ayreshire Park on a greasy surface. Dave Thorn the man with the whistle had the sides engaged slightly after 3pm and the Raiders with an adjusted side missing Tim Ruprecht and Harry Gale from the usual line-up. Showing scant signs of complacency the Urunga side began an onslaught that had Jake Stitt, the Bombers keeper, bending over in his own net no less than nine times – now that’s gotta hurt. Raiders’ Craig Simpson the first to score on 12 minutes after Lachie Indian Manning as he does so often hammered down the right flank delivering a cross that only the swift could get to (ruling out Luke France), the Turtle though quick enough and unmarked slapping in a delicious finish from close range that Stitt could only flap at.
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Oh, it was ominous for the home side as their defence scrambled to adjust to the waves of Raider pressure. On 22 minutes Kale Hopper collected a pass from Ben Dooley and leaning one way sent an eager Nathan Pollit the wrong way leaving open passage for Hopper to thump in number two low to Stitt’s right side. Five minutes later Ben Dooley was fouled and had Mr Thorn pointing at the penalty spot. Perhaps a bit of luckfor the Raiders, but they were not complaining and Kale Hopper scores his second goal and the Raiders third. The score at the break was 3-0, it might have been more but for the acrobatics of Stitt and the errant shooting of the Raiders.

The second stanza and the floodgates that were creaking really opened with the Raiders adding six more goals my pick perhaps the goal from Wamara via Mick McCormick’s accurate long pass and Wamara’s vision seeing Stitt advancing and at full pace chipped him with a deft flick and into an open net. The Bombers did respond with a strike in the second half, via the ‘Bad Boy’ Brady Parker who was on the spot after Ben Sonta failed to control a crossed ball and Parker on the spot to finish a close opportunity.

Raiders’ scorers: France 3, Hopper 2, Wamara 2, Dooley 1 and Turtle 1 in a consummate performance that might give pause to other title aspirants, we shall see I suppose as some sides eye the upcoming final series. In the earlier match the Raiders reserve grade machine collected the minor premiership in fine style with a 6-2 win, a hat trick in consecutive appearances for Josh McGovern who attributes his good form not only to the man above but also respect for the man in black, one goal to an effervescent Emar Foran and a brace for Cale Simmonds. The women not fairing so well going down 3-2 to Boambee and the first grade down as well 7-0.This weekend the Raiders men play a catch up game againstMaclean at High St, Woolgoolga –kickoff at 3pm.

Go you Raiders!

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