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Byron Bay junior basket ball sent three rep teams to the Yamba Prawn Bowl on last weekend and brought home a winners grin.

The teams, the Under 14 and Under 16 boys and the Under 14 girls enjoy the even which was run for the very first time for junior players, in the apst it has been an open age event.

The Under 14 boys took the opportunity to smash the competition wide open and without losing a game, made it to the finals then trounced through to the podium.
The first half of the finial game was desperately close and had supporters out of their seats.

The lads then found their rhythm under with expert and calm coaching and they pretty much ran away with it.
And the boys had only trained twice as a team before the comp!


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