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July 27, 2021

Charity Day at Byron Rugby Club

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Jack, Joel and Jordan model the Byron Bay jerseys you can own.

This Saturday Byron Bay Rugby Club fans have their last chance to see their team play at home in the regular season when they host Lismore City for their Charity Day. 

This year’s organisation is AIME-Mentoring, whose aim is to help 15,000 Indigenous kids reach university by 2020. Byron Bay’s playing jersey for the day represents Indigenous culture with the art designed by an AIME participant. 

The jerseys tell the story of the local whale migration and will be auctioned after the games.

All the action across two grades of rugby from 1pm Saturday July 28 at the Byron Recreation Ground. 


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