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The loss follows last week’s narrow 19-18 defeat when they travelled to take on Lennox Head.

An inform Ballina side raced ahead to 21–3 by half time at Shultz Oval in Bangalow and went on to win seven tries to one. 

Ballina first grade rugby is in top form and has scored more than 280 points in its last four games played over May.

Along the way they have beaten Casino 59–14, SCU 86–17 and Lismore 85–0.

Alstonville-Wollongbar (31 points) are on top of the ladder one point ahead of Ballina, who have a game in hand.

Lennox Head (26) and Byron Bay (25) round out the top four.


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