Photo: Byron Bay Captain Ben Ahearn and Lismore Richmond Rovers Captain Russell Dent, with the Men's Premier Division ANZAC Cup Shield.

Tursa Employment and Training ANZAC Cup Finals

April 20th, 2016

Excitement is building only days before the finale to the 2016 Tursa Employment and Training ANZAC Cup and Callan McMillan Memorial Shield competitions.

Football Far North Coast will host its first marquee days for season 2016 at Oakes Oval, Lismore on Friday evening 22nd April and Saturday 23rd April. To add further impetus to the depth of football during these prestigious events, the play-off to decide the Westfield FFA Cup FFNC Zone winner, between Bangalow SC and Lismore Thistles SC, will be played as a curtain raiser to the Men’s Premier Division ANZAC Cup Final.

The schedule for these events at Oakes Oval, Lismore is as follows;
(Designated HOME team listed first in each case)

Friday 22nd April
Callan McMillan Memorial Shield Finals
5:45pm: “B” Division – Byron Bay FC vs Casino RSM Cobras FC
7:45pm: “A” Division – Bangalow SC vs Alstonville FC

Saturday 23rd April
ANZAC Cup Finals (and FFA Cup play-off)
10:30am: Grade 16 – Alstonville FC vs Lismore Richmond Rovers FC
12:15pm: Open B – Alstonville FC vs Italo Stars FC
2:30pm: Open A – Lismore Richmond Rovers FC vs TEBFC
4:45pm: Westfield FFA Cup – Bangalow SC vs Lismore Thistles SC
7pm: Men’s Premier Division – Byron Bay FC vs Lismore Richmond Rovers FC

Entry to Oakes Oval is $5 per person (aged over 16).

Oakes Oval is a NON alcohol, NON glass container, NO smoking venue.

Football Far North Coast congratulates all players/teams/clubs who have progressed to this stage of respective competitions and we acknowledge the loyal support of Tursa Employment and Training to ensure the ongoing profile of this event.

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