FMNC U14 women Premier League State champions

Champions: coach Brenton Doyle, Hayley Potts, Chelsea Hall, Jessica Watts, Frances Duffy, Ginger Harrison, Susie Coster, Mia Bales, assistant coach Jenna Doyle, goalkeeper coach Michael Mikolajczyk (back) Leteesha Amato, Jasmine Trafford, Sarah Garrett, Maddison Kerr, Charlie Parkinson, Kiana Osmond-Dreyer and Alira Knight (front).
Champions: coach Brenton Doyle, Hayley Potts, Chelsea Hall, Jessica Watts, Frances Duffy, Ginger Harrison, Susie Coster, Mia Bales, assistant coach Jenna Doyle, goalkeeper coach Michael Mikolajczyk (back) Leteesha Amato, Jasmine Trafford, Sarah Garrett, Maddison Kerr, Charlie Parkinson, Kiana Osmond-Dreyer and Alira Knight (front).

The Football Mid North Coast (FMNC) under 14 girls were named champions of the northern NSW football Stateskill acquisition program (SAP) championship, held in Coffs Harbour last week. 

FMNC was recently crowned Herald Women's Premier League Premiers after losing just one game in a 21 game season, before three wins in the finals series, closing with a 1-0 win in the grand final to become WPL champions.

Now the team can add State champions to their resume after six wins and one draw from their seven matches in the three day Coffs Harbour tournament.

Coach Brenton Doyle, Mia Bales, Susie Coster, Frances Duffy, Chelsea Hall, Maddison Kerr, Jessica Watts (back), Leteesha Amato, Sarah Garrett, Jasmine Trafford, Kiana Osmond-Dreyer, assistant coach Jenna Doyle, Michael Mikllajczyk (middle), Charlie Parkinson, Ginger Harrison, Hayley Potts and Alira Knight (front)

Coach Brenton Doyle, Mia Bales, Susie Coster, Frances Duffy, Chelsea Hall, Maddison Kerr, Jessica Watts (back), Leteesha Amato, Sarah Garrett, Jasmine Trafford, Kiana Osmond-Dreyer, assistant coach Jenna Doyle, Michael Mikllajczyk (middle), Charlie Parkinson, Ginger Harrison, Hayley Potts and Alira Knight (front)

FMNC finished with 19 points, five ahead of second placed North Coast Football.

A strong defensive display resulted in the girls conceding just the one goal all tournament.

In attack, they found the back of the net 16 times.

Goal scorers were Mia Bales (6), Jessica Watts (6), Lateesha Amato (1), Susie Coster (1), Chelsea Hall (1) and Jasmine Trafford (1).