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Basketball Set for Summer Season

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Women’s champions Blue Steel with runners-up Suffo Crew after the final earlier this month. Photo supplied

Jenny Ogle

The Byron Bay Basketball Association has wound up another season with the top positions contested in all age groups from primary school to A-grade seniors.

Congratulations to all our competing teams, and also big thanks to our referees.

Winners

Primary School (girls) Wildcats ahead of Shooting Stars, (boys) Stingers.

Women: Blue Steel ahead of Suffo Crew

B-men: Js For Days ahead of Renegades

A-men: Next Level ahead of Blazers.

2019

Byron Bay Basketball is ready to start the new summer 2019 season with a muster for all grades over the next two weeks. See: www.byronbasketball.com.


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