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The MBVFC girls (blue) will be helping to celebrate the FFA’s Female Football Week this Sunday.

The Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley FC is proudly hosting its second Female Football Gala Day during the FFA’s Female Football Week this Sunday March 4.

This is a free event and is open to all ages and abilities, from mini-roos to seniors and from beginners to the highly skilled.

Activities on the day will include fun drills and games for mini-roos, plus eight-a-side games and skill drills.

Leagues club

The day runs from 10am till 2pm and is being held at the Mullumbimby Leagues Club (25 Manns Road, Mullumbimby), to take advantage of their additional space.

Register a team of eight players or as an individual and join the fun.

Email [email protected] to register, indicating age/experience level.

Enquiries can be made to Sharon Scriven on 0435 057 463.

More than 20 per cent of the outdoor club football players are female, FFA boss David Gallop said. ‘No other footy brand can compare with that,’ he said.


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