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December 8, 2022

Pottsville wins Northern Rivers AFL9s

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The Mount Saint Pat’s Nanos (Pottsville) won the Northern Rivers AFL9s All Stars Final defeating Lismore Force and The Bar (Byron Bay).

The final was to determine the best mixed AFL9s social team in the northern rivers in a cross competition format.

Winners of the Byron Bay, Lismore and Pottsville competitions played off for the 2016 cup.

The games were competitive but played in good spirit.

 


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