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April 15, 2024

Brown Snakes win ANZAC Cup

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Shores United Brown Snakes’ Kyriakos Tsapaliarsis making the ball work during Friday’s 3–3 penalty shootout win against the Richmond Rovers.

A bus load of supporters made the trip to cheer the Shores United Brown Snakes v Richmond Rovers in Lismore for the ANZAC Cup.

The see-sawing game finished in a 3-3 draw after extra time, which meant the champion team would be decided by a penalty shootout, resulting in a win to the Brown Snakes.

The win gave the small club it’s first piece of silver in the men’s divisions.

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Photos – Paul Begg Photography.


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