PASSING: Matt Farrington lays off a pass for his Lismore Thistles side against Casino Cobras.
PASSING: Matt Farrington lays off a pass for his Lismore Thistles side against Casino Cobras. Stuart Turner

Smith aims to ram in goals

SEQUOYA Rawson Smith will be aiming to continue his goal scoring form for Byron Bay Rams when Football Far North Coast's Summer Youth League resumes tomorrow night.

The Rams, who have dominated the league in recent seasons, host Bangalow, needing a win to keep the pressure on league leaders Richmond Rovers.

Rawson Smith, who featured for the club's senior side in Premier Division action during the 2013 season, was on target in his side's 2-0 victory over Rovers last weekend.

It has been an exciting season so far in the competition, which showcases some of the region's best young soccer talent.

The regular season has three rounds left.

LADDER

1. Richmond Rovers (PL6, 15pts),

2. MacLean Bobcats (6, 12),

3. Lismore Thistles (5, 12),

4. Byron Bay (5, 12),

5. Alstonville (5, 7),

6. Casino Cobras (5, 6),

7. Bangalow (5, 4),

8. Lennox Head (6, 3),

9. Mullumbimby (5,0).

Friday's fixtures: Byron Bay v Bangalow; Alstonville v Lismore Thistles; Mullumbimby Brunswick v Richmond Rovers; Maclean Bobcats v Casino Cobras. Bye: Lennox Head.


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