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Byron Bay Wildcats bag a double

Byron Bay FC Spell and the Gypsy Collective Wildcats after their win over Italo Stars last wekkend.

The Byron Bay FC third division Wildcats took on high-flying Italo Stars and from the get-go were psyched up for the contest running out 5–0 winners. 

After a furious start Violet Rogers scored within  five minutes, boosting their dominance.

Violet Innes scored a header off a perfect corner from Taylor Kempnich, a move they’ve been working on all year, making it 2–0.

The game got no easier for Stars as every foray into Byron’s end was met with either a ruthless defence or a fully resolute and impenetrable goalie, Nimmity Parks.

The Wildcats were playing with amazing control from the back through a very organised midfield to a fully committed and ruthless attack up front, ultimately resulting in two goals to the dancing Samy Bashford and another to the perpetual motion Violet Rogers resulting in a fully dominant 5–0 win. 

A portent for the upcoming finals series. Third grade sit in fourth place on the ladder with two games to go.

Premiers

The BBFC Spell and the Gypsy Collective premier division Wildcats played their old foe Mullumbimby and won convincingly 6–1, which has put them firmly in the race for top spot in the league. 

They are playing fluid possession football giving very few chances and developing a ruthless attitude in attack.


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