NEWSPORT DAILY-Local teams looking for more success this season

Port Douglas Fangs

An institution in local football circles, Port Douglas Crocs can lay claim to being one of the most successful amateur football outfits in all of Australia for the past 10 years.

Meanwhile, super trainer Brad Cooper has made winning flags as easy as having breakfast.

Dynasty is a very appropriate word for this club. They may not have gotten the chocolates last year, but that doesn’t take away from the six premierships this club have won in eight years. What club.

This year they will have to overtake the Cairns City Lions, who will start the season as favorites after the Premier’s breakthrough last year.

Douglas Dragons

While the Crocs created a local AFL dynasty, in the same breath, the Dragons were equally dominant in the local football scene.

The second division side will pursue a fifth consecutive premiership in 2022 and will be the heavy favorites to do so. What an achievement that would be. Winning a prime minister’s job is hard enough, but chasing a fifth in a row? Just brilliant.

Grand Background

How not to mention the Gran Fondo among the things to expect in the sport this year? This new cycling festival will ignite Port from September 9 to 11 with riders ready to compete in courses of 100 km, 136 km and 48 km.

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