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MBVFC beat Ocean Shores in ANZAC Cup

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Ocean Shores came up short against a clinical Mullumbimby, losing the open B final of the ANZAC Cup 5–2 on the weekend.

Shores threatened early and scored the first goal, but this spurred Mullumbimby Brunswick Valley into action and they controled the majority of the rest of the game.

‘The game was played in great spirit with the clubs being very friendly rivals,’ Shores publicity officer Michelle Begg said.

The MBVFC women’s Premier League team is also having a successful season recording two wins from two games beating Byron Bay (4–2) and Casino (6–3).


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