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The town of Mullumbimby is abuzz with the news that both their under-18 and reserve grade NRL teams have pulled the daily double and have both booked a place in this year’s Northern Rivers Regional Rugby League grand finals in Murwillumbah on Saturday.

Both teams will go up against the Grafton Ghosts in what is sure to be a tough game for both grades. If you have the day free, get up to Muwillumbah and show the boys your support.

The town of Mullumbimby and the staff at Echonetdaily wish all the boys the very best and congratulate them on their success in this year’s competition. Go the Giants!

GRANDFINAL – SUNDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER 2012

STAN SERCOMBE OVAL MURWILLUMBAH

Reserve grade: Mullumbimby v Grafton Ghosts.

Under-18s: Mullumbimby v Grafton Ghosts.

GATES OPEN AT 9:00AM – ENTRY FOR GRANDFINAL – ADULTS $12 – KIDS UNDER 16 FREE

Image: Mullumbimby Giants U/18 take on the Kyogle Turkey’s in july this year

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