The Shores United Brown Snakes claimed a great a comeback win to put their stamp on the Shire’s newest sport’s field on Shara Boulevard in Ocean Shores two weeks ago.
The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club is hosting a free MiniRoos Coaching certificate training course at Pine Avenue, Mullumbimby, this Saturday, March 11.
A free soccer gala day for girls and women is taking place on Sunday, March 12, in Mullumbimby. Regardless of age or skill, organisers are urging you to come along and get involved in the day.
Thirty-six teams competed in the 4th women and girls Oceania Cup football tournament held in Alstonville over the long weekend. The majority of the teams come from local north coast clubs but sides travelled from as far as Brisbane and... Read More →
Dogwhistle The Northern Hotel Byron Bay Rams Premier League team out-classed Lismore Workers on Saturday to take out the Football Far North Coast elimination semifinal with a 2–0 victory at the Rec Grounds. Despite ongoing staff shortages, the Byron boys... Read More →
If you want to see the worst in men go to children’s soccer. The minute their kid hits the pitch certain ‘grown’ men transform into testosterone-fuelled man-beasts obsessed with living out their failed sporting prowess through their poor kid.
The Bangalow Bluedogs’ Women’s Premier League team won its fourth straight minor premiership trophy over the weekend, and are looking the goods to win the grand final again for the fourth consecutive year. The core of the team have been... Read More →
Dogwhistle The Northern Hotel Byron Bay Rams’ hopes of dual Minor Premiership titles were dealt a blow on Saturday, when both Prems and Reserves went down to Goonellabah Hornets. Wet weather saw the matches moved to Southern Cross Football’s artificial... Read More →
Dogwhistle The top five contenders were looking for a strong win last weekend as the race for this year’s Football Far North Coast Premier League honours hots up. A draw between ladder leaders Goonellabah and fourth-placed Bangalow tightened the competition... Read More →
Dogwhistle The Northern Hotel Byron Bay Rams turned up the heat in their run to the finals with a convincing win over Casino Cobras at the Rec Grounds on Sunday. The Reserve Rams annihilated their visiting challengers with another double-figures... Read More →
The Great Northern Byron Bay Rams stepped up the challenge of two night games inside four days in fine style last week, with four masterful displays of quick, decisive football.
Saturday’s final round of the Football Far North Coast Premier League competition saw reigning poinstcore champions the Byron Bay Rams, finish the season with a comfortable 1–0 victory over Alstonville.
It was a successful weekend for Byron Bay FC with wins in all senior men’s and women’s grades.
The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club has become the sixth Football Far North Coast club to achieve National Club Accreditation.
The Byron Bay Rams took to the Ballina pitch on Saturday with a new sponsor and a new look for 2015.
The young up-and-comers of the SAE-Qantm Byron Bay Summer Youth League squad came into their own in round three of this year’s youth competition.
Its always a fast, fiery and physical clash when Byron Bay's Park Hotel Rams meet their Bangalow rivals the Bluedogs in a local derby. Last Sunday’s second round of the 2014 Anzac Cup in Bangalow was no exception.
The Gaffiti Faeries and other volunteer ordinary humans have been busy out at the Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Football Club ground in Pine Avenue.
The Oceania cup was held in Astonville over last weekend. The Brunswick Bees, formerly known as Bruns Babes Girls 13s, entered. We could only gather 10 players because of school holidays. This was a round robin in groups.
The AIS/FFA football program is renowned for producing the Socceroos of the future and Anthony Kalik is no exception. The 15-year-old midfielder made A-League history in August becoming the youngest player to sign a senior contract joining the Central Coast Mariners.
The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley Womens Division 3 football team claimed their first Womens grand final win in the clubs history against undefeated Lennox Head 4-1 at Oaks Oval during the recent Far North Coast Football grand finals series.
A scoreless first half of to-ing and fro-ing saw both the Byron Bay Rams and the Lismore Thistles enter the field after the break anticipation the possibility of a win and ready to bring the match home in the Men's Premier League Reserve Grade final at Oakes Oval in Lismore.
Fine weather and competitive spirits were out at play over the weekend as Lismore and beyond hosted the Lismore Workers Club Masters Games, a biennial three-day event that attracts competitors ranked over the age of 30.
The Byron Bay Football Club took home the trophy on Saturday night after winning the Men's Premier League Grand Final at Oakes Oval against the Lismore Thistles 2–1.
A glorious day of football played out at Oakes Oval on Sunday as the Grade 12 to Grade 15 teams battled out their finals. The proved that the standard of football on the far north coast is really high and players and coaches should be really proud of their efforts.