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Alstonville and Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley were declared joint premiers after a 2-2 draw in the Grade 13/1st Division Grand Final

Newcastle Permanent Grand Final Series Summary

September 19th, 2016

Football Far North Coast has reached the end of the 2016 winter competitions, with the last grand finals played and champions crowned.

Bangalow SC is celebrating a unique achievement after their men’s Premier Division team claimed the Cyril Mayo Trophy with a 1-0 victory over Pointscore Champions Goonellabah. This win gives the Bluedogs the pigeon pair of trophies at the top level, after their women’s Premier Division team claimed their title last weekend. In that game, Women’s Premier Division Player of the Year Hollie Jarrett was named the “Lisa Casagrande Medallist” for being best on field, while Bangalow’s Rory Devlin was named the “Terry Greedy Medallist” for being player of the match in the men’s Premier Division grand final.

Brilliant weather, big crowds and marvellous football were the highlights of the Newcastle Permanent Grand Final Series, which extended over seven days and nights and was spread across three weeks. Supporters were overwhelmingly enthusiastic, respectful and appreciative of participants and match officials across the 30 grand finals that were played. With proud parents, grandparents and other family members looking on, clubs from across the length and breadth of the zone represented the strong state of our game within the region.

The final summary of Grand Final results is as follows;

JUNIOR (mixed gender);

  • Grade 12/3rd Div.: Dunoon United 5 def. Casino 0
  • Grade 12/2nd South: Alstonville Lightning 2 def. Goonellabah 0
  • Grade 12/2nd North: Pottsville Beach 3 def. Ballina 1
  • Grade 12/1st Div.: Byron Bay 6 def. Ballina 3
  • Grade 13/2nd South: Casino Cobras 7 def. Nimbin Headers 1
  • Grade 13/2nd North: Ballina 3 def. Alstonville Vipers 2
  • Grade 13/1st Division: Alstonville 2 drew with MBVFC 2 – Declared joint premiers (pictured)
  • Grade 14/2nd Div.: Richmond Rovers 4 def. Lismore Thistles 1
  • Grade 14/1st Div.: Alstonville 2 def. Tintenbar East Ballina 1
  • Grade 15/2nd Div.: Casino United 1 def. Uki Pythons 0
  • Grade 15/1st Div.: Lismore Thistles 3 def. Bangalow 1
  • Grade 16/2nd Div.: Goonellabah 2 def. Lismore Workers 1
  • Grade 16/1st Division: Alstonville 2 def. Lismore Thistles 1

GIRLS;

  • 12 Girls: Alstonville Hot Shots 5 def. Bangalow 0
  • 15 Girls: Alstonville Red Devils 6 def. Bangalow 0
  • 16 Girls: Pottsville Beach 2 def. Alstonville 0

WOMEN;

  • Women’s Division 5: Richmond Rovers 2 def. Italo Stars 1
  • Women’s Division 4: TEBFC 5 def. Italo Stars 1
  • Women’s Division 3: Lismore Workers def. Alstonville 7-6 after penalties
  • Women’s Division 2: Pottsville Beach 1 def. Goonellabah 0
  • Women’s Premier Division: Bangalow 2 def. Lismore Thistles 0

MEN;

  • Men’s Division 7: Lennox Head 1 def. Casino 0
  • Men’s Division 6: Lismore Thistles 1 def. Eureka 0
  • Men’s Division 5: Lennox Head 3 def. Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley 2
  • Men’s Division 4: Lismore Thistles 2 def. Ballina 0
  • Men’s Division 3: Alstonville 2 def. Byron Bay 1
  • Men’s Division 2: MBVFC 3 def. Woodburn 1
  • Men’s Division 1: Ballina 3 def. Nimbin Headers 0
  • Men’s Premier Reserves: Byron Bay 1 def. Lismore Richmond Rovers 0
  • Men’s Premier Division: Bangalow 1 def. Goonellabah 0
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