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Byron Bay Rams off to a flying start with three wins

Dynamic Rams flanker Ronan Karup scored a spectacular hat-trick against Casino. Photo Dogwhistle

Dynamic Rams flanker Ronan Karup scored a spectacular hat-trick against Casino. Photo Dogwhistle

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The Northern Hotel Byron Bay Rams have made a spectacular start to the 2017 Premiership season.

The Rams Premiers and Premier Reserves have played three rounds in just six days and racked up an incredible 27 goals each.

After their demolition of Lismore Workers the previous Sunday (April 30), Byron took on Bangalow in Bangalow on Tuesday night and returned with a convincing win in both grades.

The Rams Reserves won 5–0 and the Premiers 4–0.

Four days later Byron  turned on an even more impressive display against Casino at the Recreation Grounds.

The Rams Reserves scored an unanswered 14 goals and the Premier division won their game 15–0.

The Rams are off to Coffs Harbour this weekend for the regional semifinals, and (hopefully) finals of the FFA Cup.

 


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