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Just when you thought it was all over, you realise that too much football is barely enough. 

It’s that time of year again to sign up for the summer six-a-side competition in Mullumbimby.

The competition runs from October 17 for eight weeks on Wednesday nights from 5pm for players aged seven to 12 years old.

Up to ten players a team. 

Go to https:// mullumsoccer.weebly.com/ to register a team now or email [email protected]. 

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Following on from this season’s first ever girls-only leagues in the non-competitive age groups (4 to 11 years) Northern NSW Football is offering an eight-week girls’ summer program, starting October 22.   

Local Aldi MiniRoos girls summer programs will be run in Mullumbimby (Mondays from 4.30pm) and Ballina (Tuesdays from 4.30pm)

See: www.northernnswfootball.com.au/miniroos/miniroos-kick-off-for-girls/.


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