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Crazy tennis aces.
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Another great sport photo sent in from Mullumbimy.

Winners are crazed grinners: Mullumbimby Madness Div 3 lived up to their name after defeating Ballina in the grand final of the district championships last weekend.

Pictured are Phoebe Thomas, Tiani Hogan, Ariel Haslam, Peyton Hogan, Pele Leibo with coach Steve Gort, showing off their well-deserved trophies.

The championship was decided by a final tiebreaker in the final set after Mullumbimby won many tight matches. The Mullumbimby Div 2 juniors also did well, finishing third for the season.

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