Tony Raymond confident of resolution to Port United's late-season Coastal Premier League fade

Paul Jobber
Updated August 10 2022 - 8:33am, first published 8:28am
Josh Casey (right) scored Port United's first-half goal, but it wasn't enough in a 2-1 loss to Sawtell. Photo: supplied
Josh Casey (right) scored Port United's first-half goal, but it wasn't enough in a 2-1 loss to Sawtell. Photo: supplied

It was the rapid-fire run of games that could have consolidated Port United's position in the top three of the Coastal Premier League Men's competition.

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Paul Jobber

Paul Jobber

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