Port High to play at Australasian Champion of Champions

Next level: Port High's bunch of successful futsallers. Front, Kane Pollard and Billy Axford. Back, from left, Ambrose Kranitis, Oscar Brotherston, Noah Agland, Ryan Johnson, Harvey Kaye and Jacob Barlow.
Next level: Port High's bunch of successful futsallers. Front, Kane Pollard and Billy Axford. Back, from left, Ambrose Kranitis, Oscar Brotherston, Noah Agland, Ryan Johnson, Harvey Kaye and Jacob Barlow.

PORT High's under 16s futsal team will fight it out with the best in Australasia in November in Queensland after winning its way through the Northern NSW component of the sport last week.

Port High knocked off Great Lakes Tuncurry, Camden Haven, Coffs High and Camden Haven again in the Northern NSW Champion of Champions tournament at Port Macquarie Sports Stadium.

The team went through the tournament undefeated. Now, Port High is preparing for the Australasian event at Oxley in Brisbane.

Coach Jim Krahe said he didn't know what to expect at the next level, but he was sure his boys would do well in Queensland from November 6-8.

"We have no weaknesses," Krahe said.

"We have a solid eight players."

The team consists of mostly Port FC juniors in the Football Mid North Coast competition.

Pollard is the exception. He plays for Port United.

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