ANZAC Day Cup & Callan McMillan Memorial Shield Finals Results

September 17th, 2020

Football Far North Coast congratulates the respective clubs and their teams who claimed the respective Tursa Employment & Training ANZAC Day Cup and Callan McMillan Memorial Shield titles for season 2020.

The ANZAC Day Cup Premier League final was won by Goonellabah FC who defeated Alstonville FC 2-1 at Crawford Park. The win is the first for Goonellabah since their title in 2011.

The ANZAC Day Cup Men’s Open A fixture was also played at Crawford Park when Alstonville FC played host to Tintenbar East Ballina FC (TEBFC). TEBFC proved too strong for the Alstonville FC side winning 4-1 and adding to their recent wins in the Open A competition in 2017 and 2018.

Lismore Richmond Rovers FC won the Men’s Open B final in a 3-0 win over Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley FC at Bill Harris Field. The win is the first for Lismore Richmond Rovers in the Open B competition since 2009.

The Callan McMillan Memorial Shield ‘A’ Division final was played between familiar opponents Alstonville FC and Lismore Thistles SC.  Alstonville FC defeated Lismore Thistles 4-0 adding a record 5th Callan McMillan ‘A’ Division title to their trophy cabinet.

The ANZAC Day Cup Grade 16 fixture was contested by Byron Bay FC and Alstonville FC at the Byron Bay Recreation Grounds.  Byron Bay claimed their first win in the Grade 16 competition since 2004 with a 7-0 win over their opponents.

Football Far North Coast again thanks Tursa Employment & Training for their loyal support of the event.


Men’s ANZAC Day Cup Premier League Final: Goonellabah FC 2 defeated Alstonville FC 1

Men’s ANZAC Day Cup Open A Final: Tintenbar East Ballina FC 4 defeated Alstonville FC 1

Men’s ANZAC Day Cup Open B Final: Lismore Richmond Rovers FC 3 defeated Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley FC 0

Callan McMillan Memorial Shield ‘A’ Division Final: Alstonville FC 4 defeated Lismore Thistles 0

ANZAC Day Cup Grade 16 Final: Byron Bay FC 7 defeated Alstonville FC 0


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