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Blues push for minor crown

BATTLE: Norths and Souths will go head-to-again in the Hunter Coast Premier Hockey League on Sunday. Picture: Max Mason-HubersNorths will be close to full strength when they faceundermanned rivalsSouths at Newcastleon Sunday as the Blues continue their tiltat the Hunter Coast Premier Hockey League minor premiership.
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The competition leaders are down only Ben Howey while the Lions are missing 12 of their 19-player first-grade squad on representative duties.

Following the round-18encounteragainstequal-third Souths (19), Norths (22) have a top-of-the table clash with Gosford (21) and a byebefore finishing away to The Entrance (6) on August 26.

“The boys are really looking forward to the run home,” Northscoach Dave Willott said.“But this is a big game that we need to win to keep our minor premiership hopes alive.”

Norths are coming off a 14-0 thrashing of University (0), which featured a season-high haul of eight goals to striker Rory Walker.

Souths went down 3-0 on the road to the fifth-placed Rams (15), who are without Matt Brown, Josh Magann, Ryan Simpson andTom Forbes in a key fixture against joint-third Wests (19) in Maitland on Sunday.

University travel to meet Gosford atthe Central Coast on Sunday.

Meanwhile, veteran John Fernance opened the scoring and Souths teammate Ben Hanlan nabbed a doubleasNSW beat Victoria 4-0 in the first round of the Australian Country Championships in Berrion Friday.

Elsewhere and the Hockeyroos will face off against the Netherlands on Sunday (1.30am AEST) for a place in the women’sWorld Cup final in London.

LADDER: Norths 22;Gosford 21; Souths, Wests 19; Maitland 15; The Entrance 6; University 0.

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