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Byron High students excel at junior rugby 7s

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Byron Bay High School had a big day out at the inaugural junior rugby 7s held at Byron Recreational grounds earlier in October.

The junior tournament included 34 teams from schools throughout the northern rivers region.

Byron High girls U/13s were convincing winners in each of their four matches taking out their division.

Standout players throughout the day included Asha Tancred, Zoey Cutts, Kamisha Faulkner and Matilda Peacock.

The U/13s boys team were unbeaten until the grandfinal where they met a red-hot side from Trinity Catholic College.

Standout players for the boys were Jedd Windle, Harley Kent and Jai Glindeman.


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