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It’s carnival time for basketball

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The Byron Bay Basketball Association will host a carnival next month. There will be three grades included at the event: A Grade men, A Grade women, and B grade men.

Local referees will be supported by a team of highly trained and experienced refs from the Gold Coast for the weekend.

The association are also looking for any juniors, parents or players interested in getting paid to score games for the weekend.

The event will begin with a meet and greet at the Hotel Great Northern on Friday September 6 before the event starts at the Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Complex on Saturday September 7.

For more info, visit: www.byronbasketball.com


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