Home semi-final for Bulls

Richard Fono had little impact on the match which saw the Tigers totally outclass the Bulls.

AN undisciplined Mareeba Bulls showed no sign of improvement at the back end of the season as they were hammered 4-0 by the premiership winning Edge Hill Tigers on Saturday night at Borzi Park.

The 4-0 thumping meant the Tigers completed their season undefeated outlining the enormous gap between them and the rest of the field.

The saving grace for the Bulls came when the Innisfail Cutters only managed a 4-1 win over Stratford United, meaning that the Bull’s, who finished the season in third position, will have a home knockout semi-final this weekend against Innisfail.

The Men’s Premier Reserves have been sensational this year and finished the season off in style after seeing off their third placed opponents Edge Hill United 7-0 which triggered celebrations well into the night at the Club.

The Reserves will pay a qualifying semi-final against Stratford united at Tiger Park this Saturday Night.

Mareeba Youth will also host a home semi against the Leichhardt Lions after going down to the Tigers 3-1.

The young bulls had a tough match after seeing their goalkeeper red carded in the 22nd minute.

The Premier Ladies ended their season in third position and will play a home knockout semi against fourth placed JCU.

Mareeba’s Colts side will take on Leichhardt at home this Friday night while the Men’s Second division and Third Division play away this Friday night to Douglas United and Southside Comets respectively.

A huge weekend of football is coming up and supporters are urged to come along and support their teams, wherever they may be playing.

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