Competitions

Winners Celebrate

April 24th, 2017
Pictured: Byron Bay defeated Lismore Richmond Rovers 2-1 in the 2017 Tursa Employment & Training Men’s Premier Division ANZAC Cup final.

Oakes Oval was the place to be last weekend when the finals of the six Tursa Employment & Training ANZAC Cup and Callan McMillan Memorial Shield competitions were contested.

Results are listed as follows;

CALLAN McMILLAN “B” Division
Byron Bay Wildcats 2 def Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley 0
Player of the Match: Soo Young Moon (Byron Bay Wildcats)

CALLAN McMILLAN “A” Division
Bangalow 2 def Lennox Head 1
Player of the Match: Molly Parker (Bangalow)

ANZAC CUP

Grade 16
Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley 2 def Lismore Thistles 1
Player of the Match: Oscar Soper (MBVFC)

MEN’S OPEN B
Ballina 5 def Shores United 1
Player of the Match: Brody Flew (Ballina)

MEN’S OPEN A
Tintenbar East Ballina 3 def Ballina 1
Player of the Match: Jake O’Grady (TEBFC)

MEN’S PREMIER DIVISION
Byron Bay 2 def Lismore Richmond Rovers 1
Player of the Match: Joel Wood (Byron Bay)

THANKS again to Tursa Employment & Training for the fantastic support given to football and the community.

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