news, latest-news, Football South Coast, Wollongong United, Frat Cup, Albion Park White Eagles, Coniston, South Coast UnitedDefending champions Wollongong United are set for a tasty opening clash to begin their 2021 Frat Cup project, which will begin next month. Football South Coast on Monday morning announced the four Illawarra Premier League groups for the revamped pre-season competition, with United a possibility to deal with fellow 2020 IPL finalists Albion Park White Eagles in their first video game. The two groups were attracted group four along with South Coast United. Port Kembla, under new coach Stuart Beedie, will aim to make an early impression in group one. The Zebras are up versus Tarrawanna and Coniston. In 2015’s IPL premiers Woonona will satisfy Cringila and Bellambi in group 2, while group 3 consists of Corrimal, Bulli and Wollongong Olympic. Learn more: Volkanovski to defend world featherweight title at UFC 260 The other half of the Frat Cup -which begins on February 17 – been revamped in 2021, with four Community League teams to sign up with District League sides in a conference. The newly-promoted groups are Port Kembla Pumas, Gerringong, Dandaloo and Albion Park, who ended up leading four in 2015’s Neighborhood League project. District League conference groups: Group One: Unanderra Hearts, Shell Cove, University FC and Port Kembla Pumas. Group Two: Fernhill, Berkeley Sports, Kiama and Gerringong. Group 3: Oak Flats, Helensburgh, Picton and Dandaloo. Group 4: Warilla, Balgownie, Thirroul and Albion Park City.

Protecting champions Wollongong United are set for a savory opening clash to begin their 2021 Frat Cup campaign, which will begin next month.

Football South Coast on Monday morning announced the four Illawarra Premier League groups for the revamped pre-season competition, with United a possibility to deal with fellow 2020 IPL finalists Albion Park White Eagles in their very first game.

The 2 groups were attracted group 4 along with South Coast United.

Port Kembla, under brand-new coach Stuart Beedie, will look to make an early impression in group one. The Zebras are up versus Tarrawanna and Coniston.

Last year’s IPL premiers Woonona will meet Cringila and Bellambi in group two, while group 3 includes Corrimal, Bulli and Wollongong Olympic.

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The other half of the Frat Cup -which starts on February 17 – been revamped in 2021, with four Neighborhood League groups to join District League sides in a conference.

The newly-promoted groups are Port Kembla Pumas, Gerringong, Dandaloo and Albion Park, who ended up top 4 in last year’s Community League campaign.

District League conference groups:

Group One: Unanderra Hearts, Shell Cove, University FC and Port Kembla Pumas.

Group 2: Fernhill, Berkeley Sports, Kiama and Gerringong.

Group Three: Oak Flats, Helensburgh, Picton and Dandaloo.

Group Four: Warilla, Balgownie, Thirroul and Albion Park City.

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