2018 Newcastle Permanent Grand Final Series Recap – Week One

September 11th, 2018

Week One of the 2018 FFNC Newcastle Permanent Grand Final Series was completed over the weekend, with all 16 junior grand finals being played at the brilliant Southern Cross Football Centre in East Lismore.

The results for all Grand Finals that were played on the weekend are listed below.

The 2018 FFNC Newcastle Permanent Grand Final Series continues over the next two weekends, with senior grades being played at John Ryan Field (Thistles) in East Lismore on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th, before concluding the following weekend with the Men’s Premier Division Grand Final on Saturday 22nd September and the Women’s Premier Division Grand Final on Sunday 23rd September at Crozier Field, Lismore. For a full list of the upcoming senior Grand Final fixtures, click here


Friday 7th September

  • Grade 15 Division 2: Byron Bay 4 def. South Lismore 1
  • Grade 15 Division 1: Alstonville Taipans 6 def. Shores United 0

Saturday 8th September

  • Grade 12 Division 3: South Lismore 2 def. Woodburn Wolves 0
  • Grade 12 Division 2: Dunoon United 5 def. Woodburn 0
  • Grade 12 Division 2 North: Bangalow 3 def. Eureka 1
  • Grade 12 Division 1: Alstonville 2 def. Goonellabah 1
  • Grade 13 Division 2: Goonellabah 5 def. Dunoon 0
  • Grade 13 Division 2 North: Lennox Head 1 def. Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley 0
  • Grade 13 Division 1: Byron Bay 1 def. Lennox Head 0
  • Grade 16 Division 2: South Lismore 3 def. Bangalow 2
  • Grade 16 Division 1: Alstonville 2 def. Tintenbar East Ballina 1

Sunday 9th September

  • 12 Girls: Lennox Head 2 def. Ballina 0
  • 14 Girls: Lennox Head 1 def. Bangalow 0
  • 16 Girls: Bangalow 2 def. Alstonville 0
  • Grade 14 Division 2: Goonellabah 1 def. Lennox Head 0
  • Grade 14 Division 1: Eureka 1 def. Ballina 0
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