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2017 Newcastle Permanent Grand Final Series Concludes

September 19th, 2017
PHOTO: TERRY GREEDY MEDALIST IN THE MEN’S PREMIER DIVISION GRAND FINAL, JOEL WOOD OF BYRON BAY FC (CREDIT: DOGWHISTLE CREATIVE).

The 2017 Newcastle Permanent Building Society Grand Final Series concluded on the weekend with the 14 senior grand finals played.

Football Far North Coast extends a sincere gratitude to the PERM for its ongoing support for community football. We also acknowledge the work done by the volunteers at Dunoon United FC and also the crew at the Dunoon Sports & Recreation Club to ensure the delivering a wonderful spirit of engagement between stakeholders during the PERM grand finals series. Thanks also to Lismore Workers FC volunteers who hosted various senior grand finals at Richards Oval last Friday night and Saturday.

We trust that everyone found a great deal of satisfaction from their involvement in community football during season 2017.

May season 2018 be even better as we strive to continue the spirit of progress for football within our region.

The full list of SENIOR results were;

Friday 15th September

  • Women’s Division 5: Lismore Richmond Rovers 1 def. Italo Stars 0
  • Women’s Division 4: South Lismore 2 def. Nimbin Headers 1
  • Men’s Division 4: MBVFC 4 def. Shores United 2
  • Men’s Division 3: Dunoon United 5 def. Lismore Richmond Rovers 1

Saturday 16th September

  • Men’s Division 7: Shores United 4 def. Ballina 1
  • Men’s Division 6: Lismore Workers 4 def. Richmond Rovers 2
  • Men’s Division 5: Suffolk Park 2 def. Goonellabah 1
  • Men’s Division 2: Byron Bay 6 def. Lennox Head 5
  • Men’s Division 1: South Lismore 3 def. Shores 1
  • Men’s Premier Reserve: Byron Bay 4 def. Richmond Rovers 2
  • Men’s Premier Division: Byron Bay 2 def. Bangalow 1

Sunday 17th September

  • Women’s Division 3: Lennox Head 1 def. Bangalow 0
  • Women’s Division 2: MBVFC 3 def. Lismore Workers 2
  • Women’s Premier Division: Lismore Thistles 1 def. Bangalow 0
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